Coming Soon. (we have lots of new and exciting functionality being released over the next few months, please find a list below of a taster of things to come)
Delete/Update option on a careers activity.
Ability to add multiple students to placements.
Ability to remember the last hour’s input at placement creation to auto show on next placement creation.
Parental Consent Email upon placement creation.
This is your opportunity to learn more about the Connect Software functionality, including key developments which have been designed to enhance the user journey. Through our market research phase, we have improved user functionality.
Pathways progress tracker will enable you to manage, track and evaluate all key interactions during each stage of your work placement programme. Pathways provide the educator with a framework to adhere to which will ensure all key documents, assessments, and interactions with both the employer and students are logged during pre-placement, placement and post-placement activities. The framework provides the delivery team with best practice processes to ensure students are receiving a meaningful learning experience as set out by the Ofsted and Gatsby agenda. This tracker provides the educator, student, and employer with the functionality to log, track and report on the student’s development and progression throughout the term of the work-based learning programme.
Why should I attend? because the answer to all the questions below are YES
Can we track placements readiness?
Can we complete employer and student inductions?
Does Pathways offer the team a clear framework to follow?
Does Pathways allow us to track attendance?
Does Pathways encourage start, mid and end-point assessments?
Does Pathways track student’s self-analysis across the term of the programme?
Is work personality screening (Skills Builder Framework) incorporated?
Does Pathways enable us to report on the students’ progress and outcomes?
This week we explore how CONNECT Labelling enables cross-group reporting. These allow you to create multiple labels, in multiple groups and attach them to students to allow quick filtering on any metric you choose to apply.
Mark Parsons (Assistant Principal – Cheshire College South & West) is cycling the length of the UK from each furthest point, Lands End to John O Groats, but then to turn around and cycle all the way back to Lands End. This is a total distance of 1900 miles, Mark’s aim is to complete this in 18 days the average time for this epic ride is 14 days for one length of the country. This will test Mark physically and mentally at every level each day of my ride, but this does not compare with what individuals who live with Multiple Sclerosis live with every day and the loved ones who support and live through this with them.
– Averaging 10 to 12 hours days
– Averaging 136 miles a day
– Averaging 14 – 16 mph
– Averaging 654 calories an hour
– Averaging 7194 Calories a day
The Changing Education Group is proud to sponsor this fantastic cause, If you can help please contact Mark directly via his Facebook page here or Just Giving page here
Through supporting Mark you will be making a direct difference for people living with MS daily.
Work Placements are back on the agenda and we’re here to take all the weight off your shoulders. We look forward to supporting you to get your work experience programme up and running, provide guidance on Ofsted, Gatsby, and Compass+ integration, risk management, and employer engagement while tracking and reporting on everything you and your students need.
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