Quality and Curriculum

Thu 3 February 2022

2:00 – 3:30 PM

Quality and Curriculum Thematic Group Meeting


What is the purpose of this working group?

This working group aims to encourage the sharing of plans, approaches, insights and practices between organisations in the digital blended CCF project. It will be a space for reflecting on progress with assurance and improvement and curriculum development and celebrating successes as well as working through issues and challenges in a supportive environment. The meeting will encourage further collaborative practice and support planning of actions to take back into your context. We have provided an additional online forum for discussion beyond the meetings and created an online space for sharing draft resources between yourselves.


Who should attend this working group?

This working group will be of interest and relevance to those who lead or coordinate strategy and development related to  curriculum design, quality improvement and assurance. The working group meeting will focus on strategy, planning and embedding high quality digital/blended approaches in sustainable ways through systems, processes, roles and resources.


Insights from the sector: Joanne Miles will  share a few common challenges and messages emerging from the FE sector at this time

Sharing Experiences: What are the current challenges and issues in our digital and blended contexts? What’s helpful when tackling them?

Breakout discussion to share emerging issues, positive practices and key areas of focus in your context

Looking Forward: How can we secure high quality digital blended learning for next year? What needs to be in place for September?

Breakout discussion and identification of next steps for sustainability


Meeting recordings and resources

Use the link below to download the recordings and resources from our previous meetings

Download meeting resources from 3 Feb 2022 – Quality and Curriculum

Download meeting resources from 20 Oct 2021 – Quality

Download meeting resources from 21 Oct 2021 – Curriculum