The application period for phase six of the Teach Too programme is now open.
Teach Too is the ETF development programme aiming to address quality improvement in technical and vocational teaching and learning, implementing Teach Too principles and approaches based on the recommendations of the Commission on Adult Vocational Teaching and Learning (CAVTL) report. It supports post-16 providers to develop and embed Teach Too principles and practice across their whole organisation, to increase their understanding and to develop their practice through use of the Teach Too framework and resources.
Applications are invited for four larger-scale organisational development projects worth £10,000 each, and three smaller scale organisational development projects worth £5,000 each.
We are seeking to fund four organisational development projects worth £10,000 each.
Organisations who have been funded for Teach Too activity in the past are welcome to apply for funding in this phase and all proposed activity should build on the previous work and extend delivery. Applications from organisations new to Teach Too are also welcomed.
We are seeking to fund three organisational development projects worth £5,000 each.
Organisations preparing for the implementation of technical education reforms may find this funding useful to support the development of collaborative relationships which improve the quality of technical education and training programmes.
Applicants are encouraged to familiarise themselves with how Teach Too is working effectively across the sector. Further information is available about Teach Too resources and effective practice case studies.
This opportunity aims to support organisations that have not previously participated in the Teach Too programme to develop their practice using the Teach Too framework and resources.
For more information please read the available guidance and to apply please submit of expression of interest through the online form. Both are available on the AoC Teach Too website pages.
The deadline to apply for either opportunity is Friday 27 September 2019.