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Angus College. Angus Council. OVERVIEW. Making a difference School/College activities School/College partnership agreement Vocational Learning Centres Partnership continuing to make a difference – where are we going?. MAKING A DIFFERENCE. Breadth of provision 8 Schools Highers

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Angus College

Angus Council

overview
OVERVIEW
  • Making a difference
  • School/College activities
  • School/College partnership agreement
  • Vocational Learning Centres
  • Partnership continuing to make a difference – where are we going?
making a difference
MAKING A DIFFERENCE
  • Breadth of provision
    • 8 Schools
      • Highers
      • Community Programmes
      • Part-Time Programmes
      • Full-Time Link (23 Subject areas)
      • S3, S4 Provision – Skills for Work, C&G, NQ
        • Catering, Childcare, Construction, Hairdressing, Motor Vehicle, Rural Skills, Sport and Fitness
breakdown of provision
BREAKDOWN OF PROVISION

2003 2004 20052006 2007

Full Time94 78 101 101 103

No of Courses 23 24 23 29 24

Highers 99 137 140 122 143

Total 216 239 264 252 270

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BREAKDOWN OF PROVISION

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

S3 - 66(5) 64(5) 99(7) 113(9)

S4 65(5) 59(5) 67(5) 128(9) 128(9)

Total 65 125 131 227 241

Applications

2005/6 2006/7 2007/8 2007/8

(College) (VLC)

S3 134 188 174 111

S4 145 220171 33

S5/6 14

Total 279 408 345 158

school college activities s3 s4
SCHOOL/COLLEGE ACTIVITIES S3, S4
  • Interview Procedure(Interviews carried out in School)

2006/72007/8

    • 408 pupils interviewed - 345 pupils interviewed
    • 227 successful pupils - 241 successful pupils - 158 VLC pupils
    • Promotion of Courses – How can we improve? College4U
enhanced activities
Work experience placements

Chef competitions

Cookery demonstrations

Open Days

Taster Days

Education Business Partnership

Member of School of Ambition Team

ENHANCED ACTIVITIES
school college partnership agreement
SCHOOL/COLLEGE PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT
  • Arrangements through which each organisation will collaborate
    • Full Time Link Courses
    • Vocational Courses for S3, S4
    • Highers
    • Community Programmes
  • Signed by Director of Education, College Principal and Head Teachers from each Angus School
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Procedure for Induction
  • Parents’ Evenings – March and June, College4U
  • Staff Training – Child Protection, PDA, In-house
  • Communication with schools and ongoing support for school pupils
  • Evaluation
    • Strategic
    • Implementation
    • Team
the partnership continuing to make a difference
THE PARTNERSHIP CONTINUING TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE
  • Joined up thinking across the partnership
  • Support in meeting the demand for places
  • Opening of the new Vocational Learning Centres
  • Building a deeper understanding – Joint Staff Development
  • Flexible use of resources
  • A key partner in the delivery of the 3-18 Curriculum
employer engagement

Employer Engagement

Kevin Murphy

Director of Learning & Teaching

background
Background
  • Engage employers
  • Technology teams
  • Construction
  • Engineering
issues facing industry
Issues facing industry
  • Ageing workforce
  • Skills gaps
  • Re-training and up-skilling
  • Do current qualifications meet the needs of industry?
geoservices
Geoservices
  • Geoservices has been contributing to the development of the oil and gas industry since 1958
  • International reputation as a prominent service company in the upstream sector (drilling and production).
  • Headquartered near Paris, France, District Offices and Bases in over fifty countries
  • A truly international company, Geoservices employs over 4000 people of some sixty different nationalities.
  • World leaders in Mud logging and specialise in Well Intervention and Field Surveillance services
engagement outcome
Engagement: outcome
  • Asked for input into the new HNC framework
  • Visit to company
  • Staff CPD
  • Guaranteed interview
  • Jobs
  • Visiting speakers
  • Development of materials
  • Joint development of short courses
forster roofing
Forster Roofing
  • One of the main roofing contractor in Scotland
  • “1 in 5 of all new homes in Scotland is having a Forster roof. Are you?”
  • Partnership working

- Determine to succeed

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Engagement: outcome
  • Angus Construction Training Group
  • Up-skilling and re-skilling their staff
  • HNC Quantity Surveying
  • NC Built Environment
  • Donations of £000’s material
  • CPD for staff
  • Partnership in delivery of S4W with Brechin HS
  • Guest speaker for pupils and Intro students
  • Validation process of HN qualifications
win win
Actively market college courses

CPD opportunities

Up to date input into curriculum design

Donations of materials

Real engagement with employers

Investing in future employees

Input into shaping curriculum to meet company/industry needs

Addressing skills gaps – skill shortages

Want to be involved

Win – Win

COLLEGE

EMPLOYER

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