Esis

ESIS provides expertise and solutions through observation, coaching, training, and interim management which supports your organisational improvements.

We

  • Observe | Direct developmental observations of teaching, learning and assessment by curriculum area or provision type to measure and improve individual, team and whole organisation practices which directly impact on learner progress and achievements
  • Coach | ‘Critical friend’ support of leadership and management teams improves the competence, confidence, capacity and capability of personal and professional performance
  • Train | Subject-specific or pedagogical professional development ensures teachers, work-based assessors and support staff all improve their learner’s outcomes and learning experience
  • Improve | Validation of policies, procedures and working practises ensure the most efficient and effective work habits are shared and adopted.
READ ABOUT SOME EXAMPLES OF OUR WORK

ESIS has experience and expertise…

in supporting general further education colleges, private training providers, tertiary and sixth form colleges, employers, adult and community learning providers, offender learning institutions, local education authorities, local enterprise partnerships, schools, academies, specialist residential providers as well as awarding organisations and international ministries of education.


We listen, we understand, we customise and we deliver tangible improvements to outcomes for learners, the quality of provision and organisational reputation

“We found the ESIS team to be very effective ……. on each occasion, we have been more than satisfied with the service and level of support”


| Vice Principal, Cheshire College

“I haven’t known an interim make such a difference in such a short space of time.  Additionally, he’s done it by winning the hearts and minds of staff.  A truly exceptional achievement”


| Principal, Midlands General FE College

“The Improvement Adviser was excellent in terms of her knowledge, style and engagement.  Great session”


| Vice Principal, Lincolnshire College