institute for learning uk

LLUK is responsible for the professional development of staff working in the UK lifelong learning sector.
This link takes you to the FAQ part of the IfL website.

Institute for learning uk
Don’t be on your own, we can support you in your work by providing helpful resources; leading edge professional development and valuable connections. We also give you a platform of credibility that comes with Membership of a Professional Body.
We can help you enlarge your commercial capability; benchmark your training courses; align your brand with ITOL and access loads of resources. You can also protect yourself with our specially negotiated low-cost Professional Indemnity Insurance.

The Institute for Learning is responsible for registering teachers and trainers in FE and skills; keeping an overview of teachers’ continuing professional development; conferring the professional status of Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills (QTLS) and Associate Teacher Learning and Skills (ATLS) through the Professional Formation process.
The IfL has announced new membership rates that come into force on April 1st 2011. Following the budget, amendments to rates payable by individual teachers have been made but cause for concern remains about the impact of charges on a workforce with a majority of part time members teaching minimal hours.

The Association for Learning Technology (ALT) is an independent charity and the leading professional body for Learning Technology in the UK. We represent individual and organisational Members from all sectors including Further and Higher Education and industry. We provide recognition and accreditation for all with a professional interest in Learning Technology.
Since we were established in 1993, our community has grown to over 3,500 Members as Learning Technology has become a fundamental part of learning, teaching and assessment. The pervasiveness of learning technology means that many working in education will be involved with it in some form, so therefore we embrace the diverse range of roles, titles and terminology in Learning Technology across sectors. We believe ‘you don’t have to be called ‘Learning Technologist’ to be one.

BILD’s services help develop the organisations who provide services, and the people who give support. They play a part in making sure people are supported with dignity and respect and can make choices and decisions about their lives.
BILD’s training and qualifications, ourevents and conferences, our books andjournals, as well as the information they provide to their members, to help spread good practice.

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Our communities of practice bring together professionals, people with lived experience, families and carers and provide a space to supportive space to share ideas and experiences
The coronavirus pandemic has put unprecedented pressure on the health and social care system. We encourage everyone to act in the best interests of the people they are supporting to ensure they remain as safe as possible.