Curriculum development

Curriculum development

Our holistic approach to curriculum development enables education providers to build better-planned curricula, supported by highly effective assessment strategies – resulting in high-quality learning that consistently delivers improved outcomes.


Translating policy into best practice

Government education policies don’t automatically translate into either education best practice or business best practice. We help bridge that gap.

Robust, end-to-end curriculum development

Government policy provides a framework within which education providers must work. But they’re not the whole story. We help providers to better plan their curricula (and to develop better planning processes), run smoother operations with stronger teams and individuals, meet the whole needs of learners and stakeholder organisations – and develop learning programmes that provide the best outcomes for learners.

Translating policy into best practice

Contribution costing

Meeting the needs of the learner is vital, but it’s equally important that learning programmes are run in a commercially feasible way.

Solid financial planning and measurement

The traditional focus for curriculum development, rightly, is on the needs of the learner. But of equal importance is financial viability – that it makes a contribution costing. We help learning providers to develop learning programmes, courses and apprenticeships that can be delivered on a commercially sensible footing – using a defined contribution cost model.

Contribution costing

Delivering the skills to succeed

Today’s learning, including apprenticeships, should be focused on equipping learning providers with the skills, knowledge and behaviours needed to succeed.

Creating engaging learning experiences

Today’s learning must combine workplace skills with employment skills (such as English and maths) as part of a single, cohesive learning programme. We help education providers develop learning programmes that achieve this in an exciting and engaging way – focusing on the learner, giving them the skills, knowledge and behaviours necessary for work in the ‘real world’, all within a solid apprenticeship plan.

Delivering the skills to succeed

Attendees praised you to a person for the direct, frank and clear message given. You created a virtual hornets’ nest of activity, which was exactly what we needed.– Director of Quality, Southeast Further Education College