Web Links to External Organisations
Professional body for teachers/trainers in further education & skills
They fund and regulate adult FE and skills training in England. They are part of a network of organisations in the country who commission, manage and market training for adults.
The Learning and Work Institute is an independent policy, research and development organisation dedicated to lifelong learning, full employment and inclusion.
The Campaign for Learning works for an inclusive society in which learning is understood, valued and accessible to everyone as of right. The campaign aims to stimulate learning that will sustain people for life.
Online learning, support and advice from the BBC. Includes information on current BBC campaigns and links to free resources to use with your learners.
The National Learning Network (NLN) is a national partnership programme designed to increase the
uptake of Information Learning Technology (ILT) across the learning and skills
sector in England.
Here you will find examples of good practice, self-improvement, suppliers of improvement services plus materials to support teaching and learning.
Ofsted inspect and regulate to achieve excellence in the care of children and young people, and in education and skills for learners of all ages.
NCFE is a national awarding body, recognised in the field of education as a highly professional and responsive organisation. Hampshire County Council’s Adult and Family Learning service has been awarded NCFE’s Investing in Quality Licence, which enables the service to give formal recognition to locally-developed programmes of learning.
The Department of Education's extended schools programme aims to improve levels of educational achievement for disadvantaged children and young people by providing the additional support that they might need to help them reach their full potential.
DoE is a government department with responsibility for children's services, families, schools, 14-19 education and the Respect Taskforce.