Become an expert educator
Our point of view
We want to help educators to progress throughout their careers. That’s why we have many continuing professional development (CPD) opportunities to help you become lifelong learners, making sure your knowledge and skills always reflect what the sector needs.
We also run national and bespoke training events, including webinars and networking opportunities. This helps you to improve teaching practice and learner outcomes, and support world class learning.
Creating world-class educators of the future
We’ve partnered with WorldSkills UK on a new Centre of Excellence, which is the first of its kind to be launched in the UK. This will draw on WorldSkills UK’s unique insights into global skills systems as well as our expertise in technical education to mainstream excellence in skills development.
The programme will work directly with educators so that they become artful and inspiring world-class teaching practitioners. Ultimately, this will inspire more young people from all backgrounds to take up apprenticeships and technical education as a prestigious route to success.
82% of educators say it’s had a positive impact on their motivation to improve their teaching and training practice
Collaborative approach generates outstanding opportunities at Sunderland College
“CACHE qualifications are very robust but they give you the flexibility to support learners to achieve, and get the very best out of them.’’
Sunderland College Curriculum Manager, Carla Raine, explains how our qualifications support the college to create outstanding opportunities for learners, and to develop a career-focused curriculum.
How we support you with delivery of our qualifications
We support centres with a range of training options, including support visits, bespoke training designed around your needs, and regularly scheduled training with assessment professionals and internal quality assurance (IQA) professionals.
Head to our Training section to find out more about our range of training events, meet our Trainers and request training or support visits.