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College Development Network Strategy

  1. 1. Leading, creating and sharing across learning
  2. 2. CDN Board Development Committee Innovation Committee Audit Committee HR Committee Sector and Stakeholders User Interface Sector and external expertise Sector and external expertise Sector and external expertise
  3. 3. Our values
  4. 4. Our purpose is to support and enable the learning community in the college sector to contribute to the social and economic wellbeing of Scotland.
  5. 5. We do this through the professional development of their people, resources and approaches to learning.
  6. 6. Our strategic approach: LEADING Spot latest thinking and practice CREATING Create new materials and courses SHARING Showcase best practice
  7. 7. Strategy map
  8. 8. We work in partnership with:
  9. 9. Supported by our stakeholders: CDN Scottish Funding Council Education Scotland SQA Skills Development Scotland JISC Scottish Training Federation Scottish Government Colleges Scotland
  10. 10. How we learn about the needs of the sector CDN Single Points of Contact CDN Board Development Committee Innovation Committee College Ambassadors Development Networks
  11. 11. Our 31 Development Networks
  12. 12. Provide:  Professional dialogue and sharing  Events, workshops and online discussion  Addressing current policy
  13. 13. In 2014-15 we: Engaged with nearly 5,000 college staff Through 180 courses and events
  14. 14. Plus 389 webinars Saving our delegates 69,828 travel miles Equal to nearly three times round the Earth.
  15. 15. Strategic themes 2015-18 • Governance, leadership and management • Curriculum, learning, assessment and attainment • Development Networks • Employer engagement and enterprise • Quality and digital development
  16. 16.  Lead the sector on implementation of Code of Good Governance  Share sector expertise through the Senior Leaders programme  Create a CPD programme for mid-level leadership. Governance, leadership and management
  17. 17. Supporting good governance • Lead thematic workshops and seminars • Bespoke sessions for individual Boards • Training and development for student and staff Board members • College Board Members Day 2016.
  18. 18. Angela Constance, Cabinet Secretary for Education and Lifelong Learning College Board Members’ Day 2015
  19. 19. Curriculum, learning, assessment and attainment  Standards for lecturers  Lead on developing sector confidence in open learning, teaching and assessment resources  Support delivery of new and existing qualifications  Support good practice in equalities.
  20. 20. Development Networks  Lead through credible steering groups and full utilisation of technology  Create opportunities for colleges to participant in partnership activities  Share best practice and drivers that influence and address current challenges.
  21. 21. Employer engagement & enterprise  Partnership activities to support DYW  Enhance employer involvement in curriculum development  Share best practice in employer engagement.
  22. 22.  Increase use of digital delivery  Share information and good practice through web-based technology.  Develop further content for the professional learning platform: Moodle Quality and digital development
  23. 23. CDN LearnOnline: Moodle
  24. 24. CDN LearnOnline: key facts 4,264 visits over the past 3 months Visits have increased 267% over the last year 39 registered on PDA in Inclusiveness Course – starts September 350 completed Safeguarding Course since launch last year 85 completed the Teaching in Colleges Today course since launch last year Materials and pre- course information for other events and courses
  25. 25. I have felt supported, encouraged, pushed and am already feeding some of this back into work. Thank you. ‘ ‘Measuring impact Emerging Leaders course participant

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  • Collaborative approach