Staff, learning and business resources are aligned to enable efficient support of the continually evolving digital requirements of post-16 education.
Senior leaders and managers foster a culture of collaboration (within the organisation, and with other partners), enabling the effective use of expertise and resources to manage and improve the use of technology.
Providers enable effective, accessible and inclusive teaching, learning, assessment and support through co-ordination of virtual and physical learning spaces.
Digital learning techniques, resources and diagnostic methods are used creatively to help overcome barriers to learner participation and success.
Digitally-enabled learning delivery is designed to reflect industry practices and an awareness of current and emerging requirements for digital skills in the workplace.
Teaching staff are able to ensure that their use of learning technologies adds value to learners’ experiences through reflective practice.
Financial investments in introducing and updating digital technologies are made as part of a strategic, planned approach to enhance learner support, skills and employability.