Assessor E-bulletin

For everything Teaching, Learning and Assessment in ER

Issue 3

Spring is in the air and never is there a more important time to continue your professional development.

Here are an array of tips, case studies and links to resources that you can access to aid you in your professional development.

We are always looking for contributors to the e-bulletin, so if you have an idea that you'd like to share, please email

Assessor Teachmeet!

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Central's Got Talent!

We are very excited to announce that our Assessor Network will have the opportunity to share our best practice through an assessor 'TeachMeet' that will be hosted on the 9th July 2015.

A TeachMeet is an organised but informal meeting where assessors can share good practice, practical innovations and personal insights into their practice and also learning technology.

Presentations will be short (2 minutes for mini presentations or 7 minutes for demonstrations/micro teaches), which means that you will be able to benefit from lots of different ideas at the event.

You will have the opportunity to share and access best practice on;

  • Progress Reviews
  • Feedback
  • Target Setting and ILPs
  • Blended Learning
  • Developing English and maths skills
  • Promoting Equality Diversity and Inclusion
  • PLTS

Assessor ILP and 1:1 Review Standards

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To support with the implementation of e-track, and to provide clarity of what should be included within a Progress Review and ILP, standards have been developed in consultation with the apprenticeship working group. The new ILP and Progress Review Standards can be accessed here.

Top Tips all in one place!

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This months top tips include:

* Effective Feedback

* Effective Standardisation

* Effective Internal Verification

Which can be accessed here.


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e-Learning Modules

We now have a host of e-learning modules available. Focus your learning on an area of interest/need - take a look at what's on offer by clicking here.

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An online gamified training package to reflect on observation and practice

Access a review of this excellent training package and feel free to try it out to improve your practice. Click the following link for more information.

E-Enthusiast Forums


Tuesday, June 9th, 8am


Clifton, Beeston and MMW

More information

Anyone interested in sharing or learning about new technologies is welcome to come to one of the folowing e-enthusiast forums:

All held on Tuesday 9th May

Clifton 8am - 9am

Beeston 12pm - 1pm

MMW 4pm - 5pm

You can sign up via the training and learning technologies page here