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Pat Hood

Pat Hood worked as a lead consultant on FEFC Basic Skills Quality Initiative,

supporting colleges and editing materials. For three years she managed the FEFC

Inclusive Learning Quality Initiative on behalf of the AoC. Pat was a member of the

FEFC Basic Education National Survey Team. Formerly, she was adviser/writer to 

the FEFC Tomlinson Committee and is a part-time registered inspector. Previously, 

a member of the NIACE advisory group; member of the QCA forum on Fair

Assessment; member of the SKILL national executive council; senior manager with

the FEU; LEA inspector; senior manager in FE colleges. 

Myra Joyce

Education consultant and part-time inspector. Lead tutor in the training of inclusive

learning facilitators and institution co-ordinators. Formerly a full-time inspector

covering humanities and programme area 10 including ESOL and provision for

students with learning difficulties and/or disabilities and all cross college areas. 

Myra was previously head of a continuing education department and vice-principal

at a college. Teaching experience includes English, communication skills, ESOL and

provision for students with learning difficulties and/or disabilities.

Teresa Kelly

Currently deputy principal (Curriculum & quality) at Sandwell College in the West

Midlands. She started teaching in 1974 in special schools in Birmingham and moved

into FE in 1977 as a course director for students with severe learning difficulties.

Teresa has has held a variety of teaching and management posts within the sector,

including client services, head of department and director of corporate strategy. 

She became deputy principal in 1998. A part time FEFC registered inspector for basic

skills and an inclusive learning facilitator, she has also been involved in phase one of

the Basic Skills and Inclusive Learning Initiatives.

Sheila Leevers

Now retired, Sheila was one of the lead consultants on BSQI and ILQI. Sheila Leevers

has worked as a consultant to a number of national organisations, including AoC,

LSDA and DfEE, as well as a range of colleges. Until 1998, she was FEFC Senior

Inspector for the Northern region and Yorkshire and Humberside. Before that, she

worked for four years as an organisational development manager for ICI and held

various management roles in FE. Her last college role was vice principal; her first 

role in further education was adult literacy co-ordinator for Hertfordshire.

Christine Crompton

Christine works as an independent consultant. She was formerly a full-time FEFC

inspector. Formerly an education adviser with north west government regional office,

working on TVEI, TEC and SRB programmes; also regional lead on GNVQ

development and FE/HE links. Previous roles include FE/HE inspector with

Liverpool LEA, including work on the development of open learning provision and

Drop-In Study Centre provision, the equal opportunities training programme and

oversight of prison education. Also, a teacher and manager in a large FE college, with

responsibility for open and distance learning development; and 3 years’ experience as

a college governor.

Rose Gittins

A freelance educational consultant with 22 years experience in the post-16 sector, 

12 years as a manager and 6 years in a SMT position. She has taught dedicated basic

skills, support for vocational courses, family literacy/numeracy and work-based

learning in a variety of settings and delivered C&G 7306/7, 9282/3/5, 7323/4.

A consultant for the BSA and has written training materials for the Core Curriculum,

Family Learning and Diagnostic Assessment teacher training initiatives. She is

currently co-ordinating the roll out of the Core Curriculum training in the north of

England. Also, Rose has designed and delivered customised training for a range of

ACL, FE and LEA providers, and written basic skills entry level qualifications for two

awarding bodies.

A LSDA consultant advising and supporting ACL providers through the process of

self-assessment and development planning. A BSQI facilitator and has successfully

prepared basic skills action plans and co-ordinated applications for BSA Quality Mark

and IIP.

Charlie Henry

An OFSTED additional inspector for Special Education Needs and a registered

Associate Inspector for the ALI. Charlie Henry has expertise that spans educational

psychology, assessment and advice for learners including dyslexia and areas of

learning difficulty including emotional and behavioural difficulties and the autistic

spectrum, consultancy with further education and specialist colleges. Previously FEFC

lead and team inspector for students with learning difficulties and/or disabilities,

Inclusive Learning Facilitator, Deputy Head of LEA Support Service, Manager of 

non-maintained provision for learners with visual impairment.



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Carol Tennyson

Carol works as an independent consultant, and was lead tutor for some of the BSQI

training and development events. Formerly, a full-time inspector with FEFC; particular

responsibility for basic education and provision for students with learning difficulties

and/or disabilities; joint lead for national survey of provision for basic skills and

provision for students with learning difficulties and/or disabilities; co-author of the

FEFC Good Practice Guide for teachers of students with learning difficulties and/or disabilities;

member of the BSQI steering group and co-editor of the BSQI materials. She was

previously an inspector/adviser for Nottinghamshire LEA; project researcher for the

FEU leading to the publication of Transition to Adulthood (1987). 

Jane Ward

Jane Ward joined NIACE as regional agent for the North West in September 2001.

Previously, she worked for over 18 years in adult and community education delivering,

developing and managing literacy and numeracy, and other provision for adult

learners. One specialist area of interest for Jane is good practice in the development 

and delivery of basic skills provision in the workplace and diverse adult education and

community based contexts. She has also worked on effective recruitment strategies,

staff training, development of innovative curriculum content and delivery methods,

assessment and appropriate quality assurance methods. Jane managed basic skills

provision for one of the providers that contributed materials to stage 1 of the BSQI 

and is also a BSQI facilitator. She is now researching workplace basic skills provision 

at Sheffield University.

Janet Woods

Janet works as an independent consultant. She contributed to the BSQI materials in

stage 1 of the initiative with Oaklands College; involved in editing some BSQI draft

materials; also works as a BSQI facilitator and contributed to the training of BSQI

facilitators. Most of her consultancy work is with colleges in developing basic skills

provision and the development of quality assurance for a range of providers. 

Janet formerly was the basic skills manager at Oaklands College and has 18 years 

of experience as a lead practitioner in the basic skills curriculum area. 

Sheila Morton

Now a consultant, Sheila was formerly vice principal of Northern College [Beacon

College]. A member of South Yorkshire LSC Basic Skills Strategy Group and Chair of

Barnsley Basic Skills Consortium, Sheila contributed to the preparation of materials

for the Basic Skills Quality Initiative. She is former chair of South Yorkshire Open

College Network. With experience in schools, community education, local authorities,

FE colleges and adult residential learning. Her research interests lie in widening

participation.

Angela O’Donoghue

Angela O’Donoghue has been Principal at Brooke House, The Sixth Form College 

in London since its opening in 2002. Previously, she was director of curriculum at

Wigan & Leigh College for three and a half years. Prior to that she was head of faculty

of engineering, construction and science at Liverpool Community College.

Angela has extensive experience of working with basic skills, students with learning

difficulties and disabilities, and student support, in addition to experience of

managing adult and community work in outreach settings.

Angela has always been involved in developmental work across the sector. She was

involved in the Inclusive Learning Quality Initiative, in Phase 1 (developing

materials) and then as a facilitator and trainer, in the development of the use of

ICT/ILT within curriculum delivery and in development of the Basic Skills 

Quality Initiative.

Angela has experience of basic skills as both a practitioner and as a strategic manager.

She brought both perspectives to the Quality Initiative. Her current role and her work

as a curriculum director gave her the opportunity to implement the strategic decisions

required in order to take forward the Government’s agenda of improving the basic

skills of the country and improving standards of basic skills delivery and achievement.

Jan Smith

Jan works at Sheffield Hallam University, co-ordinating and teaching on college-based

education management courses and on post-16 education courses. She has worked as

a teacher and manager in further, adult and community education in seven different

post-compulsory organisations. Previous teaching experience includes basic

education, teaching ‘second-chance’ learners, adults with learning difficulties, and

speakers of other languages. She is a part-time inspector, specialising in basic skills,

and has worked as a consultant for the FEFC as a member of the Basic Education

National Survey Team. Jan was also a member of the Inclusive Learning Quality

consortium, looking at accreditation issues. Her research interests are in widening

participation and in the curriculum experience of non-traditional learners.

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How convenient is the location?

Very


Quite

Not very 

Not at all

How would you rate the conference facilities at the venue?

Very good

Good

Adequate


Not very good

Unsatisfactory

How was the quality and service of food and refreshments?

Very good

Good

Adequate


Not very good

Unsatisfactory

Would you like to make any additional comments about the event?

Name (optional): 

Thank you for completing this form. Your contribution is appreciated.

LSC Basic Skills Quality Initiative

Training and development event

Feedback form

The Association values your feedback and would be very grateful if you would let us 

have your views about the event. Please hand in your completed feedback form at the 

end of the event, or return it by post to Siobhan Bird, at Association of Colleges, 

5th Floor, Centre Point, 103 New Oxford Street, London, WC1A 1RG, or by fax to 

020 7827 4650.

How informative and useful did you find the event?

Very


Quite

Not very


Not at all

How appropriate was the duration of the event?

Too long


About right

Too short

How well did the event match your expectations?

Very well

Quite well

Not very well

Not at all

Which session did you find most useful? And why?

Plenary sessions Home groups

ABSSU

LSC


Area groups/LLSC

Which session did you find least useful? And why?

Plenary sessions Home groups

ABSSU

LSC


Area groups/LLSC

How effectively was the event administered?

Very well

Quite well

Not very well

Not at all

Annex C:


Evaluation form and statistics 

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The same questions were asked at of those delegates attending the one-day events.

Statistics were compiled from the 266 responses received (shown below): 

1)

How useful/informative did you find the event?

Very


Quite

Not very


151

103


9

57%


39%

3%

2)

How effectively was the event administered?

Very


Quite

Not very


195

51

2

73%

19%


1%

0

10

20

30

40

50

60

0

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

80

Feedback forms were given to each attending delegate as part of their delegate pack.

These forms were then collected at the end of each event and collated. All comments

received through this feedback were discussed with the tutor team and action decided.

Of the 1828 people that attended, 1463 forms were received, a response total of 80%.

Statistics from all events is collated and shown below:

1)

How useful/informative did you find the event?

Very


Quite

Not very


854

569


36

58%


39%

2%

2)

How well did the event meet your expectations?

Very


Quite

Not very


644

729


70

44%


50%

5%

3)

How effectively was the event administered?

Very


Quite

Not very


1082

362


10

74%


25%

1%

0

10

20

30

40

50

60

0

10

20

30

40

50

0

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

80



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1-2 July

Liverpool

49

20 9-10 July

Exeter

32

13

8-9 October

London


40

20

28-29 October

Leeds

38

20

5-6 November

London


32

16

25-26 November

Leeds

41

21

3-4 December

Birmingham

45

26 10-11 December

London

40

21

2003

21-22 January

London

34 17

28-29 January 

Birmingham

31

16 5-6 February

Leeds

46

24

4-5 March

London


49

28

11-12 March

Birmingham

36

22

18-19 March

Leeds


53

27

*25 March

London

15

15

*26 March

London


21

21

*1 April

Leeds

14

13

*2 April

Liverpool

12

10 *8 April

Birmingham

18

15

* denotes one-day events

Organisation type

Number attended

Percentage

■ 

Sector Colleges

426

53%


■ 

Adult and Community 

178

22%


learning providers

■ 

Work-based learning 

92

12%


providers

■ 

Prison Education

101

13%


Date

Location


Delegates

Organisations

2001

5-7 February 

London

43 17

13-15 February

Sheffield


49

18

19-21 February

London

47

17

28 February-2 March

Birmingham

54

21 6-8 March

London

51

19

12-14 March

Sheffield


50

19

27-29 March

Birmingham

50

20

2-4 April

Sheffield


60

24

4-6 June

London

17

7

19-21 June

Chester


37

16

25-27 June

Bath

51

18

2-4 July

Dudley


47

17

9-11 July

London

45

18

16-18 July

Sheffield


58

22

17-19 September

London

31

13

2-4 October

Bath


28

10

8-10 October

Leeds

22

9

15-17 October

Stratford-upon-Avon

21

10 29-31 October

London

40

19

5-7 November

Leeds


37

14

26-28 November

Leeds

44

18

3-5 December

London


46

19

10-12 December

Stratford-upon-Avon

65

26

2002

*24 January

Bristol

27 23

*29 January

Chester


50

44

*5 February 

Newcastle-upon-Tyne

28

22

*12 February

Leeds


38

33

*26 February

Coventry

36

34

*6 March

London


48

44

*7 March 

London

44

41

*12 March

Peterborough

29

27 *19 March

Newmarket

26

23

28 February-1 March

London


44

23

20-21 March

London

46

20

10-11 June

Birmingham

41

18 13-14 June

Leeds

48

21

20-21 June

London


42

16

25-26 June

London

48

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Annex D:

Event schedule



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www.aoc.co.uk

For more information about the

Association of Colleges contact:

Director of Curriculum and Quality

Association of Colleges

5th Floor

Centre Point

103 New Oxford Street

London WC1A 1RG

Telephone 020 7827 4600

Facsimile 020 7827 4650

E-mail curriculum_quality@aoc.co.uk

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