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Benefits of Participation in a National Development Project: Reflections on the Professional Development Programme for Advanced Practitioners

During 2018-19, this professional development programme has aimed to develop practitioners working in Advanced Practitioner-type roles across the education and training sector. Participants have been able to access five programme strands: Communities of Practice (CoP) Collaborative Projects Developing Advanced Practitioners … Continue reading

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Professional Development Programme for Advanced Practitioners: Some Reflections on the National Conference, March 29th 2019

The National Conference on March 29th2019 was the culmination of a year of rich and varied activity on the Professional Development Programme for Advanced Practitioners, funded by the Education and Training Foundation and delivered by touchconsulting and CETTAcademy. Aiming to … Continue reading

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Research ED FE and Vocational December 3rd 2016- Presentation on Making Supported Experiments Happen

http://www.researched.org.uk/event/researched-fe-vocational/ I am really pleased to be presenting on making Supported Experiments happen alongside Diana Tremayne from the FE sector. We will be sharing the challenges and approaches that help and discuss the role of project management and coaching in … Continue reading

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Project pitfalls and how to avoid them

The challenging nature of projects In every sector, projects have become a fact of life – and yet project management processes are often not in place. There is an expectation that projects will deliver business change, improved performance, greater outcomes, … Continue reading

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The benefits of project management: what can it do for you and how can you develop the skills?

It’s a common thing to hear people complaining about how badly an initiative has been implemented. Poor communication, unrealistic planning, a lack of monitoring, things tailing off with few useful outcomes – you know the litany of complaints and pitfalls. … Continue reading

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