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CPD FE and Skills

Following the update from Sam Slack regarding the banned group National Action, we still have space on the WRAP training (Workshop to Raise Awareness of Prevent) running next week on Tuesday 10th October from 9:00am to 12:00pm

Delivered by Sam Slack, the HE/FE Prevent Lead for East Midlands, South Yorkshire the Humber & North East, this WRAP course is aimed at all staff, including front line staff, managers and specialised employees to help raise awareness of their contribution in preventing vulnerable people being exploited for extremist or terrorist purposes.

Thank you to all the members that have completed the conference feedback forms so far.

We're really pleased to see that from the responses we have had so far, you enjoyed the day and found mix of speakers and the content provided useful for your organisation.

We are still waiting for a few attendees to complete their feedback, so if you haven't already responded, could I ask you to take a few minutes of your time to complete the form so we can plan and make next year's conference even better.

Work-Based Learning News

We have been sent a national briefing document produced by the Police providing an update on National Action (NA), the right wing group that were proscribed (formally classed as a terrorist group) last December. The document clarifies some offences relating to NA & also that they appear to have rebranded themselves as "NS131". The police are asking for you to be aware of this & also to share any activity, materials etc that may appear at or close to your premises.

Last Friday saw The Derbyshire Network AGM and Annual Conference take place.

Would you like to improve your use of digital skills & use digital tools to create more interactive, fun, cost effective teaching sessions?

Following the success and popularity of four pilot workshops in May 2017, AELP is running a further series of one day workshops in October across the country which have been designed to develop personal digital skills and help delegates understand the relevance of digital technologies in four sector areas