Maths and English

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The Education and Training Foundation (ETF) has a wide range of fully funded CPD courses and resources to support maths and English delivery. The courses are for practitioners at all levels and stages of their development. Courses have been categorised as:

  • Introductory courses
  • Extended (for more experienced practitioners)
  • All levels (useful for everyone).

Our offer has been carefully designed to provide solutions to concerns around progress in post-16 maths and English attainment.

The ETF and our expert delivery partners are running a range of maths and English courses. The suite of courses is designed to meet the CPD needs of all maths and English practitioners in the Further Education and Training sector.

To support busy practitioners, courses are primarily made up of short and focused, one-hour webinars and two-hour interactive courses. This is to enable practitioners to build up specific subject and pedagogical knowledge and skills through regular and ongoing rhythm of CPD.

Most courses can be done on their own and in any order, but are designed to be undertaken as a package, according to individual needs, skills and knowledge.

CPD courses and resources

We also have online modules and learning resources 

In addition to training for teachers, we offer a wrap-around programme of English and maths support, including the opportunity to engage with our Regional Specialist Leads. They deliver advice and guidance and help identify the best options available for organisations and individuals on a local level. For more information, on any of the courses please discuss with your Regional Specialist Lead.

Accessing courses and resources will help raise the standard of teaching, the attainment of learners and better prepare them for key maths and English skills in the workplace, or further study.

inTuition maths and English supplements

Once a year a maths and an English supplement are produced alongside inTuition, the Society for Education and Training (SET) quarterly professional journal. The supplements explore developments in maths and English education and training and are free to read online.

The back-catalogue of inTuition journals is available to SET members and non-SET members. 

Sign-up for a SET membership to receive the journal and the supplements. 

If you would like hard copies of any of these publications, please email