Skip to main content

This is a new service - help us to improve it

T Level events - 2021

Skip to event type

Course Information

October

20 October 9:30am to 1:30pm : T Levels: Introducing the Digital Route
This ETF course covers key models of delivery and assessment for the Digital Route, planning and assessment approaches, industry engagement considerations, and essential legislative considerations.

Book your place

22 October 9:30am to 1:30pm : T Levels: Introducing the Health and Science Route
This ETF course covers key models of delivery and assessment for the Health and Science Route, planning and assessment approaches, industry engagement considerations, and essential legislative considerations
.
Book your place

November

3 November 9:30am to 1:30pm : T Levels: Introducing the Business and Administration Route
This ETF course covers key models of delivery and assessment for the Business and Administration Route, planning and assessment approaches, industry engagement considerations, and essential legislative considerations.
Book your place

11 November 9:30am to 1:30pm : T Levels: Introducing the Engineering and Manufacturing Route
This ETF course covers key models of delivery and assessment for the Construction Route, planning and assessment approaches, industry engagement considerations, and essential legislative considerations.

Book your place

15 November 9:30am to 1:30pm : T Levels: Introducing the Legal, Finance and Accounting Route
This ETF course covers key models of delivery and assessment for the Legal, Finance and Accounting Route, planning and assessment approaches, industry engagement considerations, and essential legislative considerations.
Book your place

22 November 9:30am to 1:30pm : T Levels: Introducing the Construction Route
This ETF course covers key models of delivery and assessment for the Construction Route, planning and assessment approaches, industry engagement considerations, and essential legislative considerations.

Book your place

 

Industry placements

October

14 October 10:30am to 12pm : Network event: T Level Network: Industry Placement (North region)

These ETF participative virtual networks will give colleagues the opportunity to network and collaborate with other providers working on the development and delivery of T Level Industry Placements. Networks have been established to facilitate collaboration with others, develop creative partnerships and to help identify future CPD, based on FE sector colleagues' personal and professional development needs. Each network will meet three times; once per term, allowing colleagues to build relationships and collaborate over the duration of the academic year. Book your place  

November

09 November 14:00pm to 15:30pm : T Level Network: Industry Placement (South West and Midlands region)

These ETF participative virtual networks will give colleagues the opportunity to network and collaborate with other providers working on the development and delivery of T Level Industry Placements. Networks have been established to facilitate collaboration with others, develop creative partnerships and to help identify future CPD, based on FE sector colleagues' personal and professional development needs. Each network will meet three times; once per term, allowing colleagues to build relationships and collaborate over the duration of the academic year. Book your place

December

01 December 14:00pm to 15:30pm : T Level Network: Industry Placement (South West and Midlands region)

These ETF participative virtual networks will give colleagues the opportunity to network and collaborate with other providers working on the development and delivery of T Level Industry Placements. Networks have been established to facilitate collaboration with others, develop creative partnerships and to help identify future CPD, based on FE sector colleagues' personal and professional development needs. Each network will meet three times; once per term, allowing colleagues to build relationships and collaborate over the duration of the academic year. Book your place

02 December 14:00pm to 15:30pm : T Level Network: Industry Placement (National, Term 1)

These ETF participative virtual networks will give colleagues the opportunity to network and collaborate with other providers working on the development and delivery of T Level Industry Placements. Networks have been established to facilitate collaboration with others, develop creative partnerships and to help identify future CPD, based on FE sector colleagues' personal and professional development needs. Each network will meet three times; once per term, allowing colleagues to build relationships and collaborate over the duration of the academic year. Book your place

Networking

October

12 October 1pm to 2pm : Network event: T Level in Construction - Design, surveying and planning 
Pearson are holding this Q&A session, led by the Subject Advisor and the Sector Manager for Digital. These sessions are intended to be an opportunity for Technical Qualification tutors to bring their questions into an open forum. Book your place

13 October 4pm to 5pm : Network event: T Level in Digital Production, Design and Development Pearson are holding this Q&A session, led by the Subject Advisor and the Sector Manager for Digital. These sessions are intended to be an opportunity for Technical Qualification tutors to bring their questions into an open forum. Book your place

13 October 10:30am to 12pm : T Levels: Curriculum Design and Delivery Networks: Education and Childcare (South East, East and London region)
These ETF participative virtual networks will give colleagues the opportunity to network and collaborate with other providers working on the development and delivery of T Level curriculum design. Networks have been established to facilitate collaboration with others, develop creative partnerships and to help identify future CPD, based on FE sector colleagues' personal and professional development needs. Each network will meet three times; once per term, allowing colleagues to build relationships and collaborate over the duration of the academic year.
Book your place

14 October 2pm to 3:30pm : T Levels: Curriculum Design and Delivery Networks: Health and Science (South West and Midlands region)
These ETF participative virtual networks will give colleagues the opportunity to network and collaborate with other providers working on the development and delivery of T Level curriculum design. Networks have been established to facilitate collaboration with others, develop creative partnerships and to help identify future CPD, based on FE sector colleagues' personal and professional development needs. Each network will meet three times; once per term, allowing colleagues to build relationships and collaborate over the duration of the academic year.
Book your place

19 October 2pm to 3:30pm : T Levels: Curriculum Design and Delivery Networks: Digital (North region)
These ETF participative virtual networks will give colleagues the opportunity to network and collaborate with other providers working on the development and delivery of T Level curriculum design. Networks have been established to facilitate collaboration with others, develop creative partnerships and to help identify future CPD, based on FE sector colleagues' personal and professional development needs. Each network will meet three times; once per term, allowing colleagues to build relationships and collaborate over the duration of the academic year.
Book your place

20 October 10:30am to 12pm : T Levels: Curriculum Design and Delivery Networks: Construction (South East, East and London region)
These ETF participative virtual networks will give colleagues the opportunity to network and collaborate with other providers working on the development and delivery of T Level curriculum design. Networks have been established to facilitate collaboration with others, develop creative partnerships and to help identify future CPD, based on FE sector colleagues' personal and professional development needs. Each network will meet three times; once per term, allowing colleagues to build relationships and collaborate over the duration of the academic year.
Book your place

20 October 2pm to 3:30pm : T Levels: Curriculum Design and Delivery Networks: Finance and Accounting (National)
These ETF participative virtual networks will give colleagues the opportunity to network and collaborate with other providers working on the development and delivery of T Level curriculum design. Networks have been established to facilitate collaboration with others, develop creative partnerships and to help identify future CPD, based on FE sector colleagues' personal and professional development needs. Each network will meet three times; once per term, allowing colleagues to build relationships and collaborate over the duration of the academic year.
Book your place

21 October 10:30am to 12pm : T Levels: Curriculum Design and Delivery Networks: Business and Administration (South East, East and London region)
These ETF participative virtual networks will give colleagues the opportunity to network and collaborate with other providers working on the development and delivery of T Level curriculum design. Networks have been established to facilitate collaboration with others, develop creative partnerships and to help identify future CPD, based on FE sector colleagues' personal and professional development needs. Each network will meet three times; once per term, allowing colleagues to build relationships and collaborate over the duration of the academic year.
Book your place

21 October 2pm to 3:30pm : T Levels: Curriculum Design and Delivery Networks: Engineering and Manufacturing (North region)
These ETF participative virtual networks will give colleagues the opportunity to network and collaborate with other providers working on the development and delivery of T Level curriculum design. Networks have been established to facilitate collaboration with others, develop creative partnerships and to help identify future CPD, based on FE sector colleagues' personal and professional development needs. Each network will meet three times; once per term, allowing colleagues to build relationships and collaborate over the duration of the academic year.
Book your place

November

10 November 2pm to 3:30pm : T Levels: Network for Schools and Sixth Forms (National)
These ETF virtual networks will give colleagues within a school setting the opportunity to network and collaborate with others working on the development and delivery of T Levels. Networks will run using an action learning set model, designed to facilitate collaboration with others, develop creative partnerships and identify future CPD. Networks will meet three times; once per term, allowing colleagues to build relationships and collaborate over the duration of the academic year.
Book your place

11 November 2pm to 3:30pm : T Levels: Curriculum Design and Delivery Networks: Health and Science (South East, East and London region)
These ETF participative virtual networks will give colleagues the opportunity to network and collaborate with other providers working on the development and delivery of T Level curriculum design. Networks have been established to facilitate collaboration with others, develop creative partnerships and to help identify future CPD, based on FE sector colleagues' personal and professional development needs. Each network will meet three times; once per term, allowing colleagues to build relationships and collaborate over the duration of the academic year.
Book your place

16 November 2pm to 3:30pm : T Levels: Curriculum Design and Delivery Networks: Health and Science (North region)
These ETF participative virtual networks will give colleagues the opportunity to network and collaborate with other providers working on the development and delivery of T Level curriculum design. Networks have been established to facilitate collaboration with others, develop creative partnerships and to help identify future CPD, based on FE sector colleagues' personal and professional development needs. Each network will meet three times; once per term, allowing colleagues to build relationships and collaborate over the duration of the academic year.
Book your place

17 November 2pm to 3:30pm : T Levels: Curriculum Design and Delivery Networks: Education and Childcare (South East, East and London region)
These ETF participative virtual networks will give colleagues the opportunity to network and collaborate with other providers working on the development and delivery of T Level curriculum design. Networks have been established to facilitate collaboration with others, develop creative partnerships and to help identify future CPD, based on FE sector colleagues' personal and professional development needs. Each network will meet three times; once per term, allowing colleagues to build relationships and collaborate over the duration of the academic year.
Book your place

18 November 2pm to 3:30pm : T Levels: Curriculum Design and Delivery Networks: Digital (South West and Midlands region)
These ETF participative virtual networks will give colleagues the opportunity to network and collaborate with other providers working on the development and delivery of T Level curriculum design. Networks have been established to facilitate collaboration with others, develop creative partnerships and to help identify future CPD, based on FE sector colleagues' personal and professional development needs. Each network will meet three times; once per term, allowing colleagues to build relationships and collaborate over the duration of the academic year.

Book your place

23 November 10:30am to 12pm : T Levels: Curriculum Design and Delivery Networks: Construction (North region)
These ETF participative virtual networks will give colleagues the opportunity to network and collaborate with other providers working on the development and delivery of T Level curriculum design. Networks have been established to facilitate collaboration with others, develop creative partnerships and to help identify future CPD, based on FE sector colleagues' personal and professional development needs. Each network will meet three times; once per term, allowing colleagues to build relationships and collaborate over the duration of the academic year.
Book your place

23 November 2pm to 3:30pm : T Levels: Curriculum Design and Delivery Networks: Digital (South East, East and London region)
These ETF participative virtual networks will give colleagues the opportunity to network and collaborate with other providers working on the development and delivery of T Level curriculum design. Networks have been established to facilitate collaboration with others, develop creative partnerships and to help identify future CPD, based on FE sector colleagues' personal and professional development needs. Each network will meet three times; once per term, allowing colleagues to build relationships and collaborate over the duration of the academic year.
Book your place

30 November 10:30m to 12pm : T Levels: Curriculum Design and Delivery Networks: Business and Administration (South West and Midlands region)
These ETF participative virtual networks will give colleagues the opportunity to network and collaborate with other providers working on the development and delivery of T Level curriculum design. Networks have been established to facilitate collaboration with others, develop creative partnerships and to help identify future CPD, based on FE sector colleagues' personal and professional development needs. Each network will meet three times; once per term, allowing colleagues to build relationships and collaborate over the duration of the academic year.
Book your place

30 November 2pm to 3:30pm : T Levels: Curriculum Design and Delivery Networks: Engineering and Manufacturing (South East, East and London region)
These ETF participative virtual networks will give colleagues the opportunity to network and collaborate with other providers working on the development and delivery of T Level curriculum design. Networks have been established to facilitate collaboration with others, develop creative partnerships and to help identify future CPD, based on FE sector colleagues' personal and professional development needs. Each network will meet three times; once per term, allowing colleagues to build relationships and collaborate over the duration of the academic year.
Book your place

30 November 1pm to 2pm : Network event: T Level in Construction - Design, surveying and planning 
Pearson are holding this Q&A session, led by the Subject Advisor and the Sector Manager for Digital. These sessions are intended to be an opportunity for Technical Qualification tutors to bring their questions into an open forum. Book your place

December

1 December 2pm to 3:30pm : T Levels: Curriculum Design and Delivery Networks: Health and Science (South East, East and London region)
These ETF participative virtual networks will give colleagues the opportunity to network and collaborate with other providers working on the development and delivery of T Level curriculum design. Networks have been established to facilitate collaboration with others, develop creative partnerships and to help identify future CPD, based on FE sector colleagues' personal and professional development needs. Each network will meet three times; once per term, allowing colleagues to build relationships and collaborate over the duration of the academic year.
Book your place

1 December 4pm to 5pm : Network event: T Level in Digital Production, Design and Development Pearson are holding this Q&A session, led by the Subject Advisor and the Sector Manager for Digital. These sessions are intended to be an opportunity for Technical Qualification tutors to bring their questions into an open forum. Book your place

2 December 10:30am to 12pm : T Levels: Curriculum Design and Delivery Networks: Construction (South West and Midlands region)
These ETF participative virtual networks will give colleagues the opportunity to network and collaborate with other providers working on the development and delivery of T Level curriculum design. Networks have been established to facilitate collaboration with others, develop creative partnerships and to help identify future CPD, based on FE sector colleagues' personal and professional development needs. Each network will meet three times; once per term, allowing colleagues to build relationships and collaborate over the duration of the academic year.
Book your place

7 December 10:30am to 12pm : T Levels: Curriculum Design and Delivery Networks: Education and Childcare (North region)
These ETF participative virtual networks will give colleagues the opportunity to network and collaborate with other providers working on the development and delivery of T Level curriculum design. Networks have been established to facilitate collaboration with others, develop creative partnerships and to help identify future CPD, based on FE sector colleagues' personal and professional development needs. Each network will meet three times; once per term, allowing colleagues to build relationships and collaborate over the duration of the academic year.
Book your place

7 December 2pm to 3:30pm : T Levels: Curriculum Design and Delivery Networks: Digital (South East, East and London region)
These ETF participative virtual networks will give colleagues the opportunity to network and collaborate with other providers working on the development and delivery of T Level curriculum design. Networks have been established to facilitate collaboration with others, develop creative partnerships and to help identify future CPD, based on FE sector colleagues' personal and professional development needs. Each network will meet three times; once per term, allowing colleagues to build relationships and collaborate over the duration of the academic year.
Book your place

8 December 10:30am to 12pm : T Levels: Curriculum Design and Delivery Networks: Education and Childcare (South West and Midlands region)
These ETF participative virtual networks will give colleagues the opportunity to network and collaborate with other providers working on the development and delivery of T Level curriculum design. Networks have been established to facilitate collaboration with others, develop creative partnerships and to help identify future CPD, based on FE sector colleagues' personal and professional development needs. Each network will meet three times; once per term, allowing colleagues to build relationships and collaborate over the duration of the academic year.
Book your place

8 December 2pm to 3:30pm : T Levels: Curriculum Design and Delivery Networks: Engineering and Manufacturing (South West and Midlands region)
These ETF participative virtual networks will give colleagues the opportunity to network and collaborate with other providers working on the development and delivery of T Level curriculum design. Networks have been established to facilitate collaboration with others, develop creative partnerships and to help identify future CPD, based on FE sector colleagues' personal and professional development needs. Each network will meet three times; once per term, allowing colleagues to build relationships and collaborate over the duration of the academic year.
Book your place

9 December 10:30am to 12pm : T Levels: Curriculum Design and Delivery Networks: Business and Administration (North region)
These ETF participative virtual networks will give colleagues the opportunity to network and collaborate with other providers working on the development and delivery of T Level curriculum design. Networks have been established to facilitate collaboration with others, develop creative partnerships and to help identify future CPD, based on FE sector colleagues' personal and professional development needs. Each network will meet three times; once per term, allowing colleagues to build relationships and collaborate over the duration of the academic year. 
Book your place

 

T Level professional development

October

12 & 19 October 9:30am to 11:30am  : Teaching T Levels: Vocational and Professional upskilling
This ETF course supports teachers in updating and maintaining vocational and professional practice knowledge and skills. It provides background information about how T Levels have been designed, and how developing vocational expertise can align to organisational, regional and national priorities.

This course is split into two sessions over two days. Book your place

13 October 9:30am to 11:00am : Understanding T Levels for Schools 

This ETF course will provide a first introduction to the T Level and wider technical education policy for staff in schools. It will target useful information for teaching and support staff, enabling them to better support pupils and parents as T Levels are rolled out. Book your place

13 October 1:45pm to 3:15pm : Understanding T Levels for Schools 

This ETF course will provide a first introduction to the T Level and wider technical education policy for staff in schools. It will target useful information for teaching and support staff, enabling them to better support pupils and parents as T Levels are rolled out. Book your place

15 October 10am to 1pm : Operational Middle Leaders and Managers: Leading Curriculum Change for T Levels: Leadership Practice
This ETF course is for operational middle leaders and managers who are, or will be, leading and managing the planning and implementation of T Levels. It is aimed at those who want to develop their professional practice around the areas of leading curriculum change and working collaboratively within and beyond their organisation.
Book your place

18 October 10am to 3pm : Teaching T Levels: Enhancing Pedagogy
This ETF course develops teachers' wider understanding of effective pedagogy. It includes examples of effective teaching and learning theory and practice in technical and vocational contexts.
Book your place

22 October 10am to 3pm : Teaching T Levels: Vocational and Professional upskilling
This ETF course supports teachers in updating and maintaining vocational and professional practice knowledge and skills. It provides background information about how T Levels have been designed, and how developing vocational expertise can align to organisational, regional and national priorities
.
Book your place

22 October 10am to 1pm : Operational Middle Leaders and Managers: Working Collaboratively: Effective Leadership to Plan, Implement and Deliver T Levels
This ETF course is for operational middle leaders and managers who are, or will be, leading and managing the planning and implementation of T Levels. This training is aimed at those who want to develop their professional practice around the areas of leading curriculum change and working collaboratively within and beyond their organisation.
Book your place

25 & 26 October 10am to 12pm and 1pm to 3pm  : T Levels: New Teacher Programme
This ETF course introduces new teachers to some key concepts, helping them to develop an understanding of ways in which we all learn, supporting the breadth of the learner cohort found in technical education and teaching strategies and planning methods appropriate to their learner cohorts. This course is split into four sessions over two days.
Book your place

November

1 & 2 November 10am to 12pm and 1pm to 3pm : T Levels: New Teacher Programme
This ETF course introduces new teachers to some key concepts, helping them to develop an understanding of ways in which we all learn, supporting the breadth of the learner cohort found in technical education and teaching strategies and planning methods appropriate to their learner cohorts. This course is split into four sessions over two days.
Book your place

11 November 10:00am to 15:00pm  : Teaching T Levels: Vocational and Professional upskilling
This ETF course supports teachers in updating and maintaining vocational and professional practice knowledge and skills. It provides background information about how T Levels have been designed, and how developing vocational expertise can align to organisational, regional and national priorities.
Book your place

3, 10 & 17 November 5pm to 7pm : Strategic Leaders Providing T Levels
This ETF course is designed to enable senior leaders to understand the impact T Levels will have within their organisation and their wider community. Includes considerations of effective employer partnership, organisational change, and how T Levels are positioned within the curriculum offer and resourced effectively. This course is split into three sessions over three days.
Book your place

4, 11 & 18 November 5pm to 7pm : Governors Providing T Levels
This ETF course is designed to provide governors with the required level of information relating to T Level policy and implementation. It focuses on organisation wide internal and external strategic considerations, allowing governors to both support and ensure robust challenge is given. This course is split into three sessions over three days.
Book your place

4 November 11:15am to 12:45pm : Understanding T Levels for Schools 

This ETF course will provide a first introduction to the T Level and wider technical education policy for staff in schools. It will target useful information for teaching and support staff, enabling them to better support pupils and parents as T Levels are rolled out. Book your place

4 November 2:00pm to 3:30pm : Understanding T Levels for Schools 

This ETF course will provide a first introduction to the T Level and wider technical education policy for staff in schools. It will target useful information for teaching and support staff, enabling them to better support pupils and parents as T Levels are rolled out. Book your place

9 November 10:30am to 12:00pm : Understanding T Levels for Schools 

This ETF course will provide a first introduction to the T Level and wider technical education policy for staff in schools. It will target useful information for teaching and support staff, enabling them to better support pupils and parents as T Levels are rolled out. Book your place

9 November 4:00pm to 5:30pm : Understanding T Levels for Schools 

This ETF course will provide a first introduction to the T Level and wider technical education policy for staff in schools. It will target useful information for teaching and support staff, enabling them to better support pupils and parents as T Levels are rolled out. Book your place

12 November 1pm to 4pm : Operational Middle Leaders and Managers: Designing the T Level Curriculum: Theory into Practice
This ETF course is for operational middle leaders and managers who are, or will be, leading and managing the planning and implementation of T Levels. It is aimed at those whose role includes curriculum development, management and planning and those working with roles associated with employer engagement, industry placements or similar.
Book your place

17 & 24 November 2:00pm to 4:00pm : Teaching T Levels: Enhancing Pedagogy
This ETF course develops teachers' wider understanding of effective pedagogy. It includes examples of effective teaching and learning theory and practice in technical and vocational contexts.

This course is split into two sessions over two days. Book your place

18 November 9:30am to 11:00am : Understanding T Levels for Schools 

This ETF course will provide a first introduction to the T Level and wider technical education policy for staff in schools. It will target useful information for teaching and support staff, enabling them to better support pupils and parents as T Levels are rolled out. Book your place

18 November 3:00pm to 4:30pm : Understanding T Levels for Schools 

This ETF course will provide a first introduction to the T Level and wider technical education policy for staff in schools. It will target useful information for teaching and support staff, enabling them to better support pupils and parents as T Levels are rolled out. Book your place

24 November 9:15am to 10:45am : Understanding T Levels for Schools 

This ETF course will provide a first introduction to the T Level and wider technical education policy for staff in schools. It will target useful information for teaching and support staff, enabling them to better support pupils and parents as T Levels are rolled out. Book your place

24 November 1:45pm to 3:15pm : Understanding T Levels for Schools 

This ETF course will provide a first introduction to the T Level and wider technical education policy for staff in schools. It will target useful information for teaching and support staff, enabling them to better support pupils and parents as T Levels are rolled out. Book your place

9 November 10am to 3:30pm : Understanding T Levels for Frontline Staff in the Post-16 Sector
This ETF course gives a first introduction to the T Level and wider technical education policy. Targeting useful information for "frontline" staff, such as teachers and support staff within an organisation, and changes they will need to begin to make as T Levels are rolled out.
Book your place

24 November 9:30am to 4pm : Teaching T Levels: Enhancing Pedagogy
This ETF course develops teachers' wider understanding of effective pedagogy. It includes examples of effective teaching and learning theory and practice in technical and vocational contexts.
Book your place

25 November 10am to 3:30pm : Understanding T Levels for Business Support Staff in the Post-16 Sector
This ETF course gives a first introduction to the T Level and wider technical education policy. Targeting useful information for non-teaching business support staff within an organisation, and changes they will need to begin to make as T Levels are rolled out.
Book your place

December

1 December 10:30am to 12:00pm : Understanding T Levels for Schools 

This ETF course will provide a first introduction to the T Level and wider technical education policy for staff in schools. It will target useful information for teaching and support staff, enabling them to better support pupils and parents as T Levels are rolled out. Book your place

1 December 3pm to 5pm : Teaching T Levels: Vocational and Professional upskilling
This ETF course supports teachers in updating and maintaining vocational and professional practice knowledge and skills. It provides background information about how T Levels have been designed, and how developing vocational expertise can align to organisational, regional and national priorities.

Book your place

1 December 2:30pm to 4:00pm : Understanding T Levels for Schools 

This ETF course will provide a first introduction to the T Level and wider technical education policy for staff in schools. It will target useful information for teaching and support staff, enabling them to better support pupils and parents as T Levels are rolled out. Book your place

8 December 10am to 3:30pm : Understanding T Levels for Frontline Staff in the Post-16 Sector
This ETF course gives a first introduction to the T Level and wider technical education policy. Targeting useful information for "frontline" staff, such as teachers and support staff within an organisation, and changes they will need to begin to make as T Levels are rolled out. Book your place

8 December 3pm to 5pm : Teaching T Levels: Vocational and Professional upskilling
This ETF course supports teachers in updating and maintaining vocational and professional practice knowledge and skills. It provides background information about how T Levels have been designed, and how developing vocational expertise can align to organisational, regional and national priorities.

Book your place

16 & 17 December 9:30am to 11:30am : Teaching T Levels: Enhancing Pedagogy
This ETF course develops teachers' wider understanding of effective pedagogy. It includes examples of effective teaching and learning theory and practice in technical and vocational contexts.

This course is split into two sessions over two days. Book your place

Was this page helpful? Yes this article was useful No this article wasn't useful

You have 500 characters remaining