To evidence our understanding and knowledge of our specialist areas, we were charged with delivering a ‘Careers Event’ presentation; this was to be delivered to our peers, who would take on various roles of learners with special education needs and requirements. The purpose of this, was to challenge our knowledge of the course and see how we can best advise the potential, differentiated learners that may pursue our various disciplines. For a proportion of the class, who are already teaching within an FE institute, they will have most likely, already delivered a session known as either a ‘Preview’ or ‘Taster’ day. Instead of delivering a formal presentation, on taster days, prospective learners are given the opportunity to participate in an actual lesson. This term, I have delivered two, one on the 26th Feb and the other on 26th Mar, my write up of these can be found below.

Week 19: Taster Session

Week 23: Embedding Minimum Core & Careers Event

 

Instead of delivering a ‘Careers Event’ to my peers, I suggested that I deliver a presentation of my ‘Induction Booklet‘; I thought that would best support my peers in generating ideas and methods to aid them in the structure of their ‘Induction Leaflet’ as part of UET3&4 . In my presentation, I did examine aspects of the UAL spec, where I highlighted certain elements such as the required evidence. Please see the feedback report below.

Reports

Carlisle, Prof A. (2014). Creative Britain: The current and future contribution of the creative industries to the UK economy. Falmouth University.

Browne, Lord J. (2010) Securing a sustainable future for higher education. GOV.UK.

GOV.UK. (2014). Promoting fundamental British values as part of SMSC in schools. Department for Education.

Harvey, A. (2016). Funding Arts and Culture in a Time of Austerity. NLGN.

Sainsbury, Lord D. (2016). Post-16 Skills Plan. Department for Education.

Sharda, J. (2017). College Inspection Report, Fareham College. Ofsted.

Specifications/Prospectus

Fareham College: 2018-19 Careers Manual

Pearson: Edexcel BTEC Level 3 Award/Certificate/Diploma in Graphic Design (QCF)

UAL: Diploma and Extended Diploma in Art & Design

Websites

Coughlan, S. BBC News. (2015). Did £9,000 fees cut applications?
Available at: http://www.bbc.com/news/education-30684462

[Accessed 19 Apr. 2018]

CIPR Influence. (2018). The Importance of Creative Apprenticeships
Available at: https://influenceonline.co.uk/2018/01/18/importance-creative-apprenticeships/

[Accessed 18 Apr. 2018]

Dawood, S. Design Week (2017). Creative sectors worth £92bn to UK economy, Government research reveals
Available at: https://www.designweek.co.uk/issues/27-november-3-december-2017/creative-sectors-worth-92bn-uk-economy-government-research-reveals/
[Accessed 18 Apr. 2018]

GOV.UK. (2018). Corporation Tax: creative industry tax reliefs
Available at: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/corporation-tax-creative-industry-tax-reliefs

[Accessed 20 Apr. 2018]

GOV.UK. (2017). Creative industries’ record contribution to UK economy
Available at: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/creative-industries-record-contribution-to-uk-economy

[Accessed 21 Apr. 2018]

GOV.UK. (2015). The purpose of education
Available at: https://www.gov.uk/government/speeches/the-purpose-of-education

[Accessed 21 Apr. 2018]

The Apprenticeship Guide. (2018). NAS: The rise of the apprentice
Available at: http://www.apprenticeshipguide.co.uk/nas-the-rise-of-the-apprentice/

[Accessed 18 Apr. 2018]

UAL. (2018). Events Calendar
Available at: http://www.arts.ac.uk/about-ual/awarding-body/about-us/events-calendar/

[Accessed 26 Apr. 2018]

UAL. (2018). Level 3 Diploma and Extended Diploma in Art & Design
Available at: http://www.arts.ac.uk/about-ual/awarding-body/qualifications/art–design/level-3-diploma-and-extended-diploma-in-art–design/

[Accessed 23 Apr. 2018]