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BACH has built a strong reputation for delivering National Events that are designed for those managing construction training.  These events address the issues we all face, from COVID-19 to T Levels & End Point Assessments.  

BACH Webinar 3 February 2021 On-line Delivery and Blended Learning

BACH WEBINA3 February 2021,  2:30 pm to 4:30 pm

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On-line Delivery and Blended Learning

Chair:        Graham Hasting-Evans, President BACH

2:30 pm              Introduction by the Chai

2:30 pm              Introduction by the Chair

2:35 pm              Good Online Learning:

what good online learning looks like - technology, content and deliver and how The Skills Network can be your partner.  

Speaker -  Mark Dawe, CEO of The Skills Network

3:10 pm              Credentialing, assessments and carding:

This will cover on-line assessments for qualifications, short courses and on-line data for carding.  

Speaker – Mark Buckton, Executive Director of NOCN

3:50 pm              Construction Apprenticeships:

This will cover use of on-line assessment and material for EPA’s of the new construction Apprenticeship Standards.  

Speaker – Jordan Lee, Olive and Thomas Burton.

3:55 pm              FE College Experience:  This will cover the experience of the college in delivering on-line over the Covid period.

Speaker – Daniel Grimes, Leeds College of Building

4.15 pm              Panel Q&A

4:30 pm              Close

BACH Webinar 20 Jan 2021 Diversity and Inclusion in the Learning Community

BACH WEBINAR This event has been postponed due to Members time constraints dealing with the third lock-down.

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Diversity and Inclusion in the Learning Community

Chair:        Graham Hasting-Evans, President BACH

2:30 pm              Introduction by the Chai

2:35 pm              National Centre for Diversity:

The benefits of FREDIE in the construction sector and how Colleges are leading on diversity.  

Speaker - Solat Chaudhry, CEO of NCfD

3:10 pm              The Challenges of Diversity:

This will cover the challenges facing achieving diversity in education and skills.  

Speaker –Fiona Alridge, Director of Learning and Work Institute

3:50 pm              Achieving Diversity in the Highways Workforce:

This will explain how a major construction company benefits for creating a diverse worksforce and how Colleges can support this.  

Speaker – Duncan Elliott, MD of Galliford Try Highway

3:55 pm              College Perspective:  The perspective of the college in terms of ensuring equality of access to learning and the linkage to employment in the construction sector.

Speaker – To be agreed

4.15 pm              Panel Q&A

4:30 pm              Close

We will email our booking details before we go on sale.

Hold these dates

BACH National Annual Conference Now on 9 to 11 May 2021  Going on sale mid-January

BACH National Development Day - CPD Wednesday 10 November 2021  This event is free to all Named Members, but booking required.

If you are unsure if your college or college group are BACH members email businessmanager@bach.ac.uk

 

National Annual Conference Now on 9 to 11 May 2021

Going on sale mid-January

BACH National Annual Conference 2021

Note new date - Sunday 9 May to Tuesday 11 May 2021

The programme will reflect the changes and challenges Construction training has faced during 2020 and winter 2021

DoubleTree Hilton Lincoln

National Development Day CPD 10 November 2021

Over the last three years, these training days have been in Leeds, Birmingham or York.  Subject to restrictions we will be holding the 2020 National Development Day in Birmingham on 10 November 2021

 

2020 Webinars showing how BACH supported its members

MOBIE an overview and your college's participation Webinar

Tuesday 1 September at 14.30

What is MOBIE and general background, why it was set up, what we have done to date, what are our aims and what we are planning in the forthcoming future, etc.

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An industry overlook, Mark Farmer's 'Modernise or Die' Report

Student Design Challenges

The CITB funded Offsite Ready 'Train the Trainers' materials.   www.offsiteready.com

The MOBIE Education Pathway and mapping to the Offsite Ready material with our Level 3 BTEC Con. & B.E. specialist units (The Housing Industry, Housing Design Project, Renewable Energy for Housing and Onsite and Offsite Alternative Construction Methods) and our Level 4 & 5 HNC/D Future Homes Design and Construction course both with Pearson.

The approved assignment briefs we have written to cover the units and our online help/webinars supporting assignment writing/development.

How are colleges involved at the moment what are opportunities for colleges over the next two years

Why should colleges get involved

What are we offering colleges

Presenters

Gabriel Staples, Portfolio Director Construction & B.E. and Building Services at Pearson will be joining Mark Southgate MOBIE CEO and Gerry Ruffles to deliver the webinar. 

last three years, these training days have been in Leeds, Birmingham or York.  Subject to restrictions we will be holding the 2020 National Development Day in Birmingham on 11 November.  

Can you Host our events?  

Can any college, employer or relevant organisation host this event for circa 75 delegates.  We pay for refreshments and lunch and give you coverage as a sponsor.  Cantact Ian Stirling ian.s@bach.ac.uk or 07539 143184.

Plumbing & Domestic Heating Apprenticeship Webinar

Friday 4 September at 14.30

Craig Evans & Tony Ganner

Overview of the new Plumbing & Domestic Heating Apprenticeship.  

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BACH is aware of the views of some Members that an Apprenticeship that does not contain Gas is required and Level 2 is the appropriate level for Bathroom and Kitchen fitters.  This is your opportunity to question why your views were not accepted and raise other issues or request clarification.

The benefits of our resource package:

1. A Scheme of Work for each Phase.

2. Learner workbooks containing study notes, diagrams, drawings etc. and underpinning knowledge questions, which link to all of the Learning Outcomes and Assessment Criteria for each phase.

3. Comprehensive, detailed PowerPoint Presentations directly linked to the workbooks to ensure consistent standardised delivery.

4. Practical Task manuals directly linked to the Health & Safety, Common Processes and Systems Modules.

5. A standardised approach to teaching and learning across your delivery team allowing continuity of delivery where staff changes may occur.

6. All the learning outcomes and assessment criteria are covered.

7. Resources can be used with any of the Awarding Organisations qualifications.

8. Lecturers will not be required to develop any additional resources.

9. Additional textbooks are not required, due to the extensive information contained in the learner workbooks.

10. Inexperienced lecturers will be supported by the extensive knowledge and technical information contained within the package.

11. The resources are updated in line with changes in regulations and standards.