The Education and Training Foundation (ETF) has CPD courses in a wide range of areas to support maths and English delivery. All our courses can be accessed via the ETF booking system. Our support includes online pathways (fully funded), standalone webinars (fully funded), and Level 5 blended learning courses.

The courses are for practitioners at all levels and stages of their development. Please visit the ETF booking system and click on maths or English for specific courses in those areas.

ETF and our expert delivery partners are also able to develop and deliver bespoke courses and intervention packages. For more information, please contact Fleur Dewar or discuss with your Regional Specialist Lead.

Fully funded online pathways

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We currently have 19 fully funded blended online pathways on offer. The courses aim to develop a rhythm of continuing professional development and are made up of introductory webinars, courses with reflection and self-study, and extension webinars. You can choose to enrol in one or all components.  Courses running until the end of September are:

Attendance and Motivation: Maths

Attendance and Motivation: English

Developing maths in vocational / technical contexts

Developing English in vocational / technical contexts

English: improving reading

 English: improving writing

English: Post-16 Phonics: improving spelling and basic reading

 English: Speaking, listening and communicating

Maths: getting the basics right

Maths: key topics learners find challenging

 Maths: level crossing

Maths and English digital pedagogies

Supporting ESOL on English courses

Supporting ESOL on maths courses

Supporting ESOL on vocational / technical courses

SEND and neurodiversity: approaches to support maths and English learners

Approaches to supporting the diverse needs of maths and English learners

 Supporting Functional Skills Learners (English)

 Supporting Functional Skills Learners (Maths)

Fully funded stand-alone webinars

Level 5 (blended learning) courses