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How to be an effective Education Visits Co-ordinator (EVC)

Helping you to plan, manage and deliver high quality and safe learning outside the classroom experiences.

Outline

An integrated approach to the planning and management of LOTC, together with frequent and progressive provision can enable schools to develop excellence across the new Ofsted inspection framework including;

  • using high quality teaching to deliver learning experiences that have impact,
  • raise attainment and progress for all children through innovative curriculum design and delivery
  • improve behaviours and attitudes to learning through engaging content
  • provide opportunities for personal development
  • demonstrate excellence in the leadership, management and governance of your school

An effective Education Visits Coordinator (EVC) is a crucial part of this success; providing the first point of contact for advice and guidance for teachers as they plan and deliver educational visits and off-site activities and; helping the school fulfil its Health and Safety obligations by ensuring that appropriate systems for the oversight and management of educational visits are in place.

This nationally recognised course, follows a syllabus developed by the Outdoor Education Advisers Panel (OEAP) and is designed to provide EVCs in all schools with the necessary skills, knowledge, confidence and competence to manage their off-site visits programme effectively.

Participants will receive a certificate qualifying them as an OEAP Accredited Education Visits Coordinator.

Description

Learning objectives

To increase participants knowledge and understanding of:

  • How high quality LOTC experiences can support, enrich and extend teaching and learning.
  • The legal framework, policies, procedures and guidance relating to the effective management and delivery of LOTC experiences, including day, residential, adventurous and overseas activities.
  • The roles, responsibilities, competence and confidence required of everyone involved in the planning, management and delivery of LOTC experiences.
  • The commissioning and managing of the relationship between school and an LOTC Provider.
  • The appropriate management of risk via risk/ benefit analysis and a simple risk assessment process.
  • The importance of informed parental consent; medical information and First Aid provision; inclusion and equal opportunities considerations when planning LOTC experiences.
  • The role of the EVOLVE system in planning, managing, authorising and evaluating LOTC experiences.

Outcomes

Participants will receive a certificate qualifying them as an OEAP Accredited Education Visits Coordinator.

Audience

Headteachers, Education Visits Co-ordinators

11 Oct 2019 09:30 - 15:30

Closing date: 10/10/2019
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Learning Outside the Classroom & EVOLVE
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Date and Time

11 Oct 2019 09:30 - 15:30

Venue

Salisbury Diocesan Education Centre (SDEC / Salisbury Diocesan Education Centre - Room tbc), The Avenue, Wilton, Wilts, SP2 0FG

Trainer

Gary Burn
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