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Join us at 1pm on April 30th for a fireside chat with Paul Saunders​​​​, Commercial Director at Gateway Qualifications and Liz Knight, Academic Director at University Centre Peterborough (UCP).

 

We’ll cover key topics on meeting LSIPs’ requirements through curriculum planning, including 

 

  • Motivations to create Gateway Qualifications Level 5 Diploma in Web Application Development 
  • UCP’s curriculum planning process to create an aligned curriculum with explicit links to local and regional needs
  • How the said Level 5 Diploma meets national skills needs
  • Course success at UCP
  • Q&A

 

For a sneak peek into UCP’s success story, download the whitepaper.

Tuesday, 30th April, 13:00-13:45 (London Time)
Online Registration Required

Speakers

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Liz Knight
Academic Director at University Centre Peterborough (UCP)

Liz has been the Academic Director at University Centre Peterborough since 2012. As a Peterborian, she has a passion for improving education in the city and encouraging widening participation and lifelong learning. She started her teaching career at Peterborough Regional College, and held positions as Head of Arts and Science. Liz is a qualified teacher and holds higher qualifications in Education and post-graduate research and is a member of the National Trust and CAMRA.

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Paul Saunders​​​​
Commercial Director at Gateway Qualifications

Paul Saunders is the Commercial Director at Gateway Qualifications and has led on the collaboration with Code Institute.  Paul has previously worked in a range of education settings over the last 25 years. Roles included teaching and assessing in work-based settings, working with employers and other stakeholders developing national occupational standards and qualifications as well as successfully running an Independent Training Provider delivering work and classroom-based provision. Paul is a keen advocate of adult lifelong learning.

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Callum Cartledge
Academic Partnerships Manager

As Academic Partnerships Manager at Code Institute, Callum Cartledge works in partnership with FE colleges to address the Digital Skills Gap throughout the UK. Callum’s work in the Education sector spans over 15 years and it includes Special Education, Higher Education as well as offering Trade-Based online learning provisions to the UK Military and Ministry of Defence. Callum is passionate about contemporary education as a vehicle for social mobility.

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