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190213 bahrain from satisfactory to good

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190213 bahrain from satisfactory to good

  1. 1. FROM ‘SATISFACTORY’ TO ‘GOOD’ (OR, BETTER STILL, ‘OUTSTANDING’): IMPROVING VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING Sue Parker GEMS Education Solutions© The views expressed in this presentation are those of the speaker’s, and not the NAQQAET
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  3. 3. BACKGROUND AND CONTEXT© The views expressed in this presentation are those of the speaker’s, and not the NAQQAET
  4. 4. VET is not:© The views expressed in this presentation are those of the speaker’s, and not the NAQQAET
  5. 5. WHY VET IS CHALLENGING TO MANAGE AND DELIVER© The views expressed in this presentation are those of the speaker’s, and not the NAQQAET
  6. 6. IMPLICATIONS FOR QUALITY ASSURANCE IN BAHRAIN© The views expressed in this presentation are those of the speaker’s, and not the NAQQAET
  7. 7. RESEARCH INTO ‘GOOD’ VET© The views expressed in this presentation are those of the speaker’s, and not the NAQQAET
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  9. 9. EVALUATING LEARNERS’ ACHIEVEMENT© The views expressed in this presentation are those of the speaker’s, and not the NAQQAET
  10. 10. EVALUATING LEARNERS’ ACHIEVEMENT - MAKING A DIFFERENCE© The views expressed in this presentation are those of the speaker’s, and not the NAQQAET
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  19. 19. This is an outstanding college Capacity to improve is excellent, as has been demonstrated by the college’s record of sustained and very significant increases in success rates for all learners and in its highly successful actions to tackle areas for improvement from the last inspection. Inspectors found individual tutorial provision, a key area for improvement in 2007, to be a core strength in contributing to outstanding outcomes for learners, with excellent management of learners’ progress and target-setting. Learners feel very safe in the college as a result of excellent arrangements for safeguarding. The college equips learners very well for their future careers. Their practical skills are good and often outstanding. The emphasis the college places on developing learners’ employability skills is shown in employers’ reflections on the high standards of work and professional conduct they find in the learners they employ The quality of provision is outstanding. Teaching and assessment are good. Lessons are well planned and include a broad range of activities that keep learners interested. Inspectors observed some outstanding lessons, showing that there are very high standards in teaching and learning to be shared The Principal, staff and governors have shown great ambition for the college and its learners. Outstanding leadership and management, exemplified by rigorous quality assurance self- assessment procedures, have driven up results and improved the quality of teaching and learning since the last inspection Value for money is outstanding, as is evident from the college’s financial health and outstanding outcomes for learners.© The views expressed in this presentation are those of the speaker’s, and not the NAQQAET
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  21. 21. FOR A GIVEN GROUP OF LEARNERS – HOW WOULD YOU MEASURE THE DISTANCE TRAVELLED?© The views expressed in this presentation are those of the speaker’s, and not the NAQQAET
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  27. 27. THE DYNAMICS OF QUALITY: EXAMPLE OF INDICATORS FOR MEASURING IMPACT© The views expressed in this presentation are those of the speaker’s, and not the NAQQAET
  28. 28. SUMMARY – FROM SATISFACTORY TO GOOD (OR OUTSTANDING) TEACHING AND LEARNING© The views expressed in this presentation are those of the speaker’s, and not the NAQQAET
  29. 29. SUMMARY – FROM SATISFACTORY TO GOOD (OR OUTSTANDING) MANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP© The views expressed in this presentation are those of the speaker’s, and not the NAQQAET
  30. 30. MOVING FROM SATISFACTORY TO GOOD (AND EVEN OUTSTANDING)© The views expressed in this presentation are those of the speaker’s, and not the NAQQAET

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