CPD Session 21/03/2022 Using the newly launched GHWY Toolkit

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Go Higher West Yorkshire (GHWY - a partnership of 13 HE providers in West Yorkshire) would like to invite you to a: CPD Session - Using the newly launched GHWY Toolkit for Supporting White Boys from Working Class Backgrounds on Monday 21st March 2.30pm - 4pm.

Go Higher West Yorkshire (GHWY - a partnership of 13 HE providers in West Yorkshire) would like to invite you to a: CPD Session - Using the newly launched GHWY Toolkit for Supporting White Boys from Working Class Backgrounds on Monday 21st March 2.30pm - 4pm.

CPD session, aimed at careers/education/community practitioners, will cover how the Toolkit can be used in real-life practical settings for example school/college/HE/the community

To confirm your place at the session and receive the invite please contact ghwy@leeds.ac.uk

 

The Toolkit is specifically aimed at those providing progression support (such as careers advisers, WP & outreach practitioners) to learners, the CPD will be applicable to those working in other settings for example teaching, working in the community. 

Please forward details of this CPD session to your network and colleagues. Click here for the link to the Toolkit

 

This CPD session is part of a series of research dissemination events, designed for both practitioners and strategic leaders, with the aim of supporting your work with groups of learners typically underrepresented in HE.  

The Toolkit stems from the research report - ‘Supporting White Boys from Working Class Backgrounds in West Yorkshire’ which has now been published and presents the experiences of these learners (and their parents/carers) in relation to education generally, and their attitudes towards, and opportunities for progression to, HE. 

Read the report here

 

Please see below other briefings sessions that are being held relating to the dissemination of the research report below which you are also welcome to attend: 

The practitioner briefing will be held online on Wednesday 16 February (15:00-16:00) using MS Teams, with questions taken towards the end of the session.?  

The strategic leaders briefing will be held online on Friday 18 February (15:00-16:00) using MS Teams, with questions taken towards the end of the session.? 

Attendees may register for one or both events. 

REGISTER FOR RESEARCH BRIEFING FOR PRACTITIONERS

REGISTER FOR RESEARCH BRIEFING FOR STRATEGIC LEADERS


Opportunity

Published: 07/02/2022
Audience: Secondary Head Teachers; Careers Leaders/advisers; Teachers
Contact: Dorothy Shepherd

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