About the event

Our interactive online CPD event helped TVET educators advance their teaching skills and introduce innovative ways to develop excellence in training students and apprentices.

Through practical workshops and discussions, we brought expertise from our global network of experts back to UK educators as well as showcasing industry partners and the very best expertise of those within the UK.

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Why educators attended

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Free CPD

over 11 hours of free professional development

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workshops and discussions in skills development

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Best practice

showcasing global best practice and UK expertise

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learn excellence in technical skills


Our workshops and sessions fitted into four main areas:

We’re delighted to have partnered with the Education and Training Foundation (ETF). ETF support teachers and leaders across the Further Education and Training sector to help them achieve their professional development goals for the benefit of learners and employers across England. In doing so, ETF helps to transform the lives of individuals and communities across the country, unleashing potential and benefitting the economy.

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Digital credential

Educators will have the opportunity to have continued professional development (CPD) formally recognised by WorldSkills UK through a digital credential. This is a verified record of your commitment to developing excellence in education, and a celebration of your contribution to improving standards in technical education for learners from attending the event. To qualify for the credential you will need to attend 1hours 30 mins of CPD across the event. We will contact all attendees who have met the recognition criteria and with your acceptance we will issue you the credential. You will be able to share your WorldSkills UK credential across your professional networks, to raise awareness of your work and support our aspirations to give educators the recognition they deserve.

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