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Course_thumb Creative Connections Course
Royal Opera House Learning & Participation

The Royal Opera House Thurrock is recruiting for Creative Connections, a professional development programme aimed at teachers and other professionals working with young people in Thurrock, such as youth workers, and creative practitioners. The programme develops participants’ skills to design and lead projects that support young people’s creative learning. It offers them experience and understanding of creative project management by... (read more)

Free Free Free (Duration: 8 days (across 2013-14))


Course_thumb Clinical Supervision with Confidence - FREE COURSE Course

Supervise medical students and trainees effectively with this free online course, ideal for clinical and educational supervisors. Starts 17 August. Are you a new clinical or educational supervisor? Are you finding some areas of clinical supervision challenging? Do you need to refresh your supervision skills? If so, this free online course is for you. It will help you improve your knowledge and skills, to become a more effective supervisor.

Free (Duration: 2 weeks)


Thumb LEYMN Play Date: Sharing Good Practice Course
Sound Connections

Sound Connections and the London Early Years Music Network presents: Play Date ‘Sharing Good Practice - Singing moving, dancing, playing and listening’ Using elements of ‘Teachmeet’, Play Date is a new approach to professional development for LEYMN members. Join us for an interactive session of networking, music-making, sharing of knowledge and practice, and eating! LEYMN core member Linda Bance will steer... (read more)

Free 0 Free Free (Duration: 5.00pm - 7.00pm)


Course_thumb The Geophys Story Course
Earth Science Education Unit (ESEU)

Try using the ‘Geophys’ of ‘Time-Team’ to detect ‘things beneath the ground’ in the same way as geophysical techniques find archaeological remains, buried infrastructure and natural resources. These activities show how school physics is used in ‘real world’ situations. Please contact ESEU to arrange a convenient date and time for this NO FEE workshop; travel and sundry expenses are the only costs incurred.

Free (Duration: 90 minutes)


Course_thumb Hertfordshire Year 5 mathematics challenge Course
Herts for Learning

Entries are invited for the Year 5 mathematics challenge. Each school is encouraged to submit a team of four Year 5 pupils for the initial heats which will be held regionally during March, April and May. Winners of these heats will go forward to a 'Grand Final' that will be held at Hertfordshire Development Centre in Stevenage. This is always a popular event and has run successfully for many years. Pupils enjoy... (read more)

Free £28 per team (Duration: See details)


Course_thumb Management Health & Safety Responsibilities in Schools Course
Herts for Learning

The training aims to dispel some of the myths surrounding health and safety and promote a proportionate and sensible approach to safety in schools. The course will provide an overview of health and safety management within schools and summarise key areas in which management control is particularly important.

Free 35.00 (Duration: See details)


Course_thumb Reducing and Managing Allegations Against Staff Course
Herts for Learning

This course is designed to assist headteachers, chairs and vice chairs of governors in dealing effectively with allegations against staff and promoting safe working practice by school staff, thereby reducing the risk of allegations of inappropriate conduct and harm to children. This course is only available to headteachers, chair and vice chair of governors. The course is booked on a first come, first served basis.

Free £110.00 (Duration: See details)


Course_thumb Scratch Programming Course
The Education Fellowship

An introduction to programming with Scratch for primary school teachers.

Free Free Free (Duration: 1 day)


Course_thumb Free training package in critical thinking for citizenship teachers Manchester/London Course
Geographical Association

The Geographical Association with Association for Citizenship Teaching (ACT) is offering professional development in critical thinking and problem solving, through the new British Council Connecting Classrooms programme. This ‘Teaching the core skills’ training package gives primary and secondary teachers of citizenship the knowledge and approaches they need to effectively... (read more)

Free (Duration: Two day event)


Course_thumb A quiet revolution-the impact of the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) Course
Institute of Education, London Centre for Leadership in Learning

Over a thousand schools, hundreds of thousands of children and teachers from every part of the country are involved in research funded by the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF). Schools are working with and for other schools to tackle the biggest issue in our education system – the underperformance of children facing economic disadvantage.

Free Free for members (Duration: Wednesday 15 October 2013 - 5.00-7.00pm)