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New Insights Webinar: Plagiarism and the Professional as Learner: Pressures, Pitfalls and Prevention
There are several challenges that occur when learners are also members of the workforce of the organisation that is directly training them. Pressures from work can mean that time to study and to prepare and submit work for assessment can become squeezed, creating additional pressures for the learner which can show up in many ways. Throughout this webinar you will have the opportunity to hear from Mike Cunningham QPM who will be sharing his insights and experiences of over 30 years of policing and reflect on this important topic with reference to his time as Chief Executive of the College of Police.Register to attend
Have your say on the future skills development and training needs of the UK workforce
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“It’s vitally important that as many learners, centres, employers, and training providers participate in the national ‘Developing a Resilient Workforce’ survey to ensure a fair, well-rounded, and considered view of the future needs for training across key sectors in the UK. I am personally fascinated to find out, through the robust methodologies of Skills for Justice’s Research Division, what the post-pandemic learning and development needs are for people across a range of industries, and encourage anyone involved in skills or training to take part.” Candace Miller, Managing Director, SFJ Awards
Introducing the new SIA Licence-linked Qualifications
New SIA-Licence linked qualifications from SFJ Awards, the leading vocational qualifications awarding body for safety, security, and public sector training. Developed in collaboration with the Security Industry Authority (SIA), and industry-leading experts, to support the ongoing professionalisation of the security and public safety sectors.Find guidance on new qualifications
Choose to Challenge Events by Women in Fire Service UK
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“We’re very happy to be supported by SFJ Awards through the provision of Certificates of Attendance for our virtual events. Not only does it add value for attendees to have a nationally recognised awarding organisation provide certificates but also gives us the opportunity to form a new partnership with a trusted not-for-profit organisation.” – Jules King, Chair, Women in Fire Service UK
Find free Learning and Development resources and webinars
Watch webinars on-demand
Find a range of free on-demand webinars and virtual events hosted by the SFJ Awards team with special guests, to help you navigate a variety of learning and development changes. All our on-demand webinars are less than 1-hour long, and we plan to release further webinar and event dates for Summer 2021, very soon.
Enhancing public safety training with new suite of qualifications
Introducing SFJ Awards Spectator Safety Qualifications, including four qualifications from Level 2 to Level 4. The standards and assessment strategies, revised in 2019, developed by SkillsActive, the Sector Skills Council for Active Leisure and Learning, and the Sports Ground Safety Authority (SGSA).Find new Safety Qualifications
COVID-19 Guidance for End-Point Assessment (EPA)
We understand and appreciate the challenges you’re facing during these unprecedented times. To support you to navigate the challenges of delivering End-Point Assessment and External Quality Assurance solutions, we’ve developed and maintained a range of FAQs and resources available throughout the pandemic.Find EPA FAQs during Covid-19
Plagiarism is the concept of presenting other people’s content, words, or ideas as if they’re your own. Often found occurring in educational settings, the practice can have significant impact if discovered, ranging from severe academic penalties, to fines or even expulsion.
We are delighted to announce that our Managing Director, Candace Miller, has been co-opted as a non-executive director to the Federation of Awarding Bodies (FAB) Board, until the FAB Annual General Meeting in December. “FAB does an outstanding job on behalf of its members. It is, therefore, a great honour to have been co-opted onto the Board,”
This year, we are celebrating initiatives throughout Learning at Work Week with the ‘SFJ Awards Connecting People through Virtual Learning’ Impact Award. The award will recognise winners independently from the public and third/charity sector, as well as L&D programmes put forward by private sector employers.
“I would say the investigating and information gathering aspect is the most enjoyable and interesting when it leads to solving a problem for a Centre or identifying new opportunities to make continuous improvement to our services. “