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New College of FE partnership will benefit staff

New College of FE partnership will benefit staff

Friday 14 June 2019

New College of FE partnership will benefit staff


Teaching staff at Guernsey College of Further Education will be welcomed as members of the Society for Education and Training thanks to a new corporate partnership.

The partnership will offer a range of professional development opportunities for college staff.

The SET is the only professional membership body dedicated to teachers and trainers working in further education.

“We value our people as positive, skilled professionals who are empowered to make a real impact on learner outcomes," said College Principal Louise Misselke. "This focus on teaching and learning, combined with the highest levels of professionalism, will be further enhanced by the benefits and development opportunities our corporate partnership with SET will bring.”

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Teachers at the College of FE will have the opportunity to study for additional qualifications through the partnership should they wish.

College CPD Manager and Scholarly Lead, Martine Ellis, added: “Having been a member of the SET from the outset, I have personally experienced the benefits; achieving my Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills and working towards Advanced Teacher Status has had a significant impact on my teaching practice. I am
looking forward to supporting colleagues in doing the same.”

As SET members, teaching staff at the college will:

  • Have the opportunity to study for Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills (QTLS) and Advanced Teacher Status (ATS)
  • Gain access to resources, training and teaching tools, research and expert views in further education
  • Enjoy benefits, such as the Society for Education and Training's mentoring service
  • Be part of a professional community of almost 20,000 teachers and trainers in the education sector
  • Receive copies of inTuition, the most widely read journal for practitioners working across further education, vocational teaching and trainin
Pictured top: College of FE Principal Louise Misselke.

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