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Professor Andy Hargreaves to Take Centre Stage at EWC’s Professionally Speaking 2019

Prof. Andy Hargreaves will deliver the Education Workforce Council’s (EWC) fourth annual lecture, Professionally Speaking on...

EWC's Annual Fitness to Practise Report 2018-19 Published

Today we publish our first Fitness to Practise Annual Report. The report provides a summary of the fitness to practise...

EWC Code of Professional Conduct and Practice Comes Into Force

On 1 September 2019, the EWC’s revised Code of Professional Conduct and Practice came into force. The Code sets out the...

EWC Appoints New Chair of its Initial Teacher Education (ITE) Accreditation Board

The Education Workforce Council (EWC) is delighted to announce the appointment of Dr Hazel Hagger as new Chair of its ITE...

EWC's Annual Report and Accounts 2018-19 Published

We recently published our Annual Report and Accounts for 2018-19.

Congratulations - QTS Certificates Issued to Newly Qualified School Teachers

The Education Workforce Council would like to congratulate all initial teacher training students who have achieved Qualified...

Pak Tee Ng to Deliver “Masterclass in Educational Change” to Leaders and Senior Leaders

On 27 September the Education Workforce Council (EWC), in partnership with the National Academy for Educational Leadership...

Consultation on EWC powers to impose interim suspension orders

Read the Consultation Report here .

Initial Teacher Education (ITE) Accreditation Board

EWC is currently recruiting a new Chair of its ITE Accreditation Board. Find more information here .

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professionally speaking 2016

On Monday, 6 June 2016, EWC in association with The Open University Wales held its inaugural public talk, 'Professionally speaking with Professors John Furlong and Graham Donaldson'. Following an introduction from top Welsh broadcaster and journalist Catrin Haf Jones, both professors presented their thoughts on the challenges facing the education system in Wales and what the future holds for Welsh education policy.

Professor Graham Donaldson was the author of 'Successful Futures', an independent review of curriculum and assessment arrangements in Wales.

You can view Graham’s presentation here .

Professor John Furlong's report 'Teaching Tomorrow's Teachers; options for the future of initial teacher education in Wales' was published by the Welsh Government in March 2015.

You can view John’s presentation here .

You can also view a video of the talk:

If you are on Twitter, you can get a flavour of the evening by searching hashtag #profspeak16

Professor Ken Jones responds  to what he heard at ‘Professionally Speaking 2016’

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