richard Moore, 

richard Moore Solutions

WEDNESDAY, 3 JUNE 2020 |  10:30 am - 11:30 am





This webinar will examine in detail exactly what each of these terms – curriculum intent, implementation and impact – really mean within the context of work-based learning.

In doing so, we will endeavour to demystify the terminology around what are, to a large extent, some quite simple and straightforward concepts, many of which are not new within the world of education or inspection.

We shall look at the interrelationship between each of them and exactly what inspectors are trying to get to the bottom of when evaluating your curriculum intent, its implementation and its impact on your learners.

We will look at what activities inspectors will carry out in respect of each of them and what questions they are likely to ask your managers, teachers, trainers, assessors, learners and employers. You will also gain a greater understanding of how ‘deep dives’ into curriculum areas are conducted.



At the end of this webinar, you will have learned about:

  • How to define each of the ‘three Is’ – intent, implementation and impact.
  • The interrelationship between all three, how inspectors seek to establish and explain that interrelationship during an inspection and why it is important.
  • How inspectors will go about gathering evidence to make judgements about each of them.
  • What their particular focus will be within each of the ‘three Is’.
  • The likely questions inspectors will ask senior leaders, managers, employers and your staff about intent, implementation and impact.

Target Audience


Members of staff nominated as Ofsted inspection nominees and managers and other staff responsible for planning and delivering the curriculum within your company.