Case Studies

Talent to Teach in FE: Nina Vallard

Nina is the incoming Care Leavers Progression Partnership Officer in East Kent Colleges Group. Earlier this year she took part in the Pathways to Further Education (now called Talent to Teach in FE) programme in the same college. She graduated from University of Brighton with a Postgraduate Certificate in Inclusive Arts Practice and is currently […]

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Talent to Teach in FE: EKC Group and Fida Hussain

The EKC Group is a major educational institution serving communities across the East Kent area. It has colleges in Broadstairs, Canterbury, Dover, Folkestone and Sheppey. The Teacher Academy recruits and develops teaching staff from industry, especially in hard-to-fill curriculum areas. Simon Bigrigg (above, left) is Head of the Academy. Fida Hussain (above, right) is a […]

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Talent to Teach in FE: The College of Haringey, Enfield And North East London

The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London (CONEL), as part of the Capital City College Group (CCCG), attracts over 12,000 students of all ages from local London boroughs as well as further afield. The College was ranked number one in England for student satisfaction in the 2016/17 ESFA survey of FE providers and […]

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Talent to Teach in FE: Abigail Osei Owusu

Abigail graduated from the University of West London with a First Class degree in Forensic Science (Crime Scene Investigation). While completing her degree she came across the opportunity to take part in the Pathways to FE teacher training programme (now called Talent to Teach in FE) with CONEL and wanted to be a part of […]

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Talent to Teach in FE: Lauren Austin

Lauren Austin is a graduate in dance from the University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN) and a participant on the Pathways to Further Education Teaching (now called Talent to Teach in FE) programme. Why did you decide to get involved in the Pathways programme? I was in the final stage of my third year at UCLAN […]

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