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NFEC Previous NFEC Seminars


To support NFEC members, network and friends a series of Online seminars are being scheduled for the remainder of 2020 and into 2021. Focusing on Engineering, Technology & Science Education.

What are "T" Levels and what will their introduction mean to us?

Thursday 10th December 2020

A well attended NFEC Seminar on the development of Engineering and Manufacturing T Levels.

Appointed Awarding Bodies City & Guilds and EAL gave a presentation on the principles and progress made so far. Reference was made to many of the outstanding issues and delegates questioned how these will be dealt with, some good discussion took place and some useful suggestions were made.

The seminar is available for viewing below:

Scott Wilkins of City & Guilds invited practitioners to get involved and to sign up for further updates:

Further NFEC Seminars will return to the subject of T Levels, each addressing a different element and providing updates.

Where do we go from here?

Friday 20th November 2020

NFEC's third seminar in its "Where do we go from here" series considering how we, as education providers manage our way through the Covid 19 Pandemic; was held online on Friday 20th November 2020.

Representatives from Awarding Bodies, City & Guilds, EAL and Pearson reported on their experiences gained in working with providers and regulators during Lockdown one. Preparing for delivery and assessment and preparations for what did come next and what may yet be still to come. A good interactive session covered a range of pertinent questions - we will obviously be returning to this topic in the future, reviewing developments and outcomes.

The seminar is available for viewing below: