NASES Further Education

The FE Benefits

NASES not only works within Higher Education but we also work with a number of Further Education Organisations. As evidenced by our work with Shrewsbury College, membership of NASES is of great benefit to the Further Education institutions. In addition to accessing a wide range of benefits available to all members NASES also provides a cost effective way of evidencing the Ofsted Common Inspection Framework, evidencing elements of the framework such as:

Effectiveness of leadership and management

  1. Inspectors will make a judgement on the effectiveness of leadership and management by evaluating the extent to which leaders, managers and governors:
  • successfully plan and manage learning programmes, the curriculum and careers advice so that all children and learners get a good start and are well prepared for the next stage in their education, training or employment

Personal development, behaviour and welfare

31. Inspectors will make a judgement on the personal development, behaviour and welfare of children and learners by evaluating the extent to which the provision is successfully promoting and supporting children’s and other learners’:

  • choices about the next stage of their education, employment, self-employment or training, where relevant, from impartial careers advice and guidance
  • where relevant, employability skills so that they are well prepared for the next stage of their education, employment, self-employment or training

 

In addition, Further Education members benefit from a reduced rate of membership. Only £160 for the first named member and £60 for each subsequent member within your organisation.

For further information email nases@wlv.ac.uk

 

Registered Office

nases@wlv.ac.uk

Tel: 01902 321022

NASES Office: University of Wolverhampton
Careers, Enterprise and The Workplace, Wulfruna Street, WV1 1LY

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