Learning & skills events

Find out about learning and skills conferences, seminars and exhibitions taking place across Scotland in the coming months.

 

“Informed Scotland provides a very valuable service with information on forthcoming Professional Learning events throughout Scotland. There are lots of useful events in their listings that I only found out about through their Calendar.”
– Allan Wilson, Information Officer, CALL Scotland, Moray House School of Education, University of Edinburgh

“Everyone involved in Scottish education should regularly check out the Events Calendar and follow @InformedScot on Twitter. Quite simply, it tells you about everything that’s going on!”
– David Noble, co-founder of Radio EDUtalk

“It’s great to see all that’s happening in learning and development in one place. Thanks to the Calendar I am always up to date with current events and never miss anything.”
– Allan Lloyds, Founder, Product Forge

 

Are you organising an event you’d like us to publicise?

Contact angela.gardner@ajenterprises.co.uk with the details.

Click on the Agenda button below (right) to display the Calendar by month, week or day, or use the Categories filter below:  

Jan
22
Tue
Introduction to Recognition of Prior Learning @ 201 West George Street, Glasgow
Jan 22 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

SCQF Partnership.

A taster session aimed at anyone wishing to recognise the skills and experience that people pick up through formal or informal learning, life experiences and work.

The recognition process can be worked through with anyone of any age to build confidence or simply let them know where they are.

This workshop would be extremely useful for employers to enable them to recognise what skills their staff already have and identify any skills gap that they need to fill.

For more information visit: https://scqf.org.uk/workshops-events/introduction-to-recognition-of-prior-learning-22-january-2019/

 

PE, the Body, Movement and Health @ St. Leonard's Land, Room 3.24, Edinburgh
Jan 22 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

The University of Edinburgh and ScotPERN

Professor Øyvind Førland Standal is a professor at Oslo Metropolitan University, Faculty of Teacher Education and International Studies, Oslo, Norway. He will present his current work on an inter-disciplinary project with S3-4 pupils about movement, the body and health.

For more information visit: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/pe-the-body-movement-and-health-a-presentation-by-prof-yvind-frland-standal-from-oslo-metropolitan-tickets-54639272535

Radio EDUtalk Live: Learning & skills across the landscape – the hottest topics in 2018 and what’s on the horizon for 2019
Jan 22 @ 8:30 pm – 9:15 pm

Radio EDUtalk. With Angela Gardner, producer of Informed Scotland, on ‘Learning & skills across the landscape – the hottest topics in 2018 and what’s on the horizon for 2019′. More information from http://edutalk.cc/upcoming/

Jan
23
Wed
Quality 2019 @ Carnegie Conference Centre, Dunfermline
Jan 23 all-day

College Development Network

For more information visit: https://www.eiseverywhere.com/ehome/index.php?eventid=386536&

The benefits of context learning for learners with autism @ Glasgow
Jan 23 all-day
Teachers’ Private View: BP Portrait Award 2018 @ Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh
Jan 23 @ 5:15 pm – 7:00 pm
Jan
24
Thu
Excellence & Attainment Through Outdoor Education @ COSLA, Verity House, Edinburgh
Jan 24 all-day
Getting to Grips with Senior Fellowship @ Glasgow, The Studio
Jan 24 all-day
Would you credit it? @ 201 West George Street, Glasgow
Jan 24 all-day

Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework Partnership.

This workshop will introduce participants in some detail to the SCQF and the criteria which will determine whether a learning programme is suitable for Credit Rating. It is designed to support individuals and organisations who are developing, or who already have, a learning programme which they are considering having Credit Rated for the SCQF.

The workshop will provide key information about the SCQF, how it can be used, and how Credit Rating processes are carried out. It will consider the development of programmes which are suitable for Credit Rating.

After completing this workshop, participants will have a sound knowledge of the SCQF and will be able to make an informed decision about whether a learning programme is suitable for Credit Rating and the next steps they need to take.
No detailed knowledge of the SCQF is required to take part in this workshop.

Key themes addressed over the day:

  • The SCQF – Key Facts
  • Meeting the criteria:
  • Learning outcomes
  • Assessment and assessment planning
  • The allocation of credit
  • Proposing an SCQF level
  • Quality assurance
  • Submitting a programme for Credit Rating – who does what?
  • Finding further support

For more information visit: https://scqf.org.uk/workshops-events/would-you-credit-it-24-january-2019/

Jan
26
Sat
DofE Expedition Festival @ Stirling Court Hotel
Jan 26 all-day
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