Three new Technical Teaching Fellowships awarded

The Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851 together with the Education Teaching Foundation have awarded three new Techinical Teaching Fellowships.

Fellowships are awarded to outstanding practitioners who are recognised for their high impact teaching practice and the delivery of effective outcomes for learners. The 2021/2022 Technical Teaching Fellows are:

  • Rosa Wells (Executive Director Employment and Skills and IoT, Solihull College and University Centre)
  • Ben Houlihan (Head of Quality, Teaching and Digital Innovation, Bridgwater and Taunton College)
  • Peter Jackson (Learning and Skills Lead – Automotive Engineering, Lincoln College).

Each Fellow is expected to share their expertise and learning across the sector as part of the award with an aim of supporting quality improvement in technical teaching and learning.

To find out more about the programme visit the Education and Training Foundation website.

3 new Technical Teaching Fellowships Awarded
“Congratulations to the Technical Teaching Fellowship awardees. Their applications and supporting statements were testament to the quality of the technical teaching and learning that each of them facilitate. The new Fellows all showcased fantastic support to diverse groups of learners and colleagues as well as strong collaborative partnerships with employers and key stakeholders. I look forward to supporting the Technical Teaching Fellows to share their knowledge, skills, and insights widely with FE sector colleagues maximising reach, engagement and impact.”

Cerian Ayres
National Head of Technical Education at the Education and Training Foundation