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We are running many hotel-based courses for teachers this spring and summer term. To view the dates and locations of those click on "Up Coming CPD Events" in the menu bar above.

However, if you are looking for a course to run onsite at your school or college, we have over 800 to chose from covering a multitude of subjects. These are courses we have successfully run in the recent past and are all delivered by trusted trainers that consistently receive great feedback.

To narrow down the list of courses to only those in your chosen subject, simply click below on the area of expertise most applicable to you.

Once you find a course of interest (or if you would like us to investigate the possibility of tackling another topic) fill out the brief form, including prospective dates, and we will happily check availability for you.
 

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The Guidance Community: Why Networking Matters in Achieving Effective CEIAG

Careers
Delegates will be given an understanding of what constitutes a guidance community and how a guidance community can benefit their organisation. The course will provide delegates with the knowledge and practical solutions to enable them to establish a guidance network partnership in their institution.

University Applications: how to ensure success

Careers
This course addresses some of the major and sometimes controversial, issues that students face in making their university applications. It will consider gaining access into popular/over-subscribed academic and vocational courses, Oxbridge applications, entrance examinations (BMAT, LNAT, HAT) and the role of the Personal Statement and School Reference. It will also touch briefly on the 1B/2A offers made by universities. The course will suggest how advisors can best serve their students.

Assessing Pupil Progress (APP) in Citizenship

Citizenship
The course will examine APP and AfL in Citizenship. Delegates attending this course will come away with a real appreciation of the principles of AfL and APP and how it can enhance the learning experience for students in Citizenship.

The tutor will provide constructive advice on how to implement APP and strengthen the AfL strategy in Citizenship to have a direct impact on achievement and self esteem of students. Suzanne will provide attendees easy to implement advice on how to manage APP and demonstrate best practice in Citizenship in light of the AfL strategy.

Becoming a Citizenship Rich School

Citizenship
The course will investigate the practical aspects of developing your institution into a Citizenship Rich School and help you support "young people to become active citizens who make a positive contribution to society" through whole school dimensions. Delegates will explore what constitutes good provision and discuss the advantages, disadvantages and implications of key methods of citizenship delivery. How does it impact at whole school level?

Citizenship Matters At Key Stage 4

Citizenship
With effect from September 2002, all schools must deliver the Citizenship programme of study. Delegates on this course will complete a workshop exercise to help plan for Citizenship, investigate OCR, Edexcel and AQA assessment and accreditation options, find out about the implementation of Key Stage 4 Citizenship programme of study (QCA), look at different curriculum audit accreditation methods and investigate Citizenship coursework issues.

Developing as a Highly-effective Citizenship Co-ordinator

Citizenship
The course will investigate many aspects of leading a successful Citizenship department. Delegates will explore what is meant by the "desired provision" and discuss the advantages, disadvantages and implications of the methods of Citizenship delivery. How does it impact at whole school level? How does it impact upon the classroom?

Developing Citizenship at Post-16

Citizenship
Participants will be able to consider a variety of approaches to implementing citizenship learning opportunities in the Post 16 sectors.

They will be able to understand how to use the greater flexibility afforded in non-statutory citizenship learning to strengthen learner voice, and to enable learners to establish focus on issues of concern to them.

How to Teach an Outstanding Citizenship Lesson

Citizenship
This course will focus on the practice of teaching citizenship at Key Stage 3 and 4 to make learning and teaching really exciting and motivating for pupils. The course will look at how teachers can develop a greater appreciation of Citizenship and the value and place in the school curriculum.

Non-specialist Citizenship Teachers: Teaching Citizenship Effectively

Citizenship
This course will focus on the practice of teaching citizenship at Key Stage 3 and enable non-specialist citizenship teachers to develop exceptional teaching and learning activities in their classrooms to excite and motivate their pupils. The course will look at how non specialist teachers can develop a greater appreciation of Citizenship and its value and place in the school curriculum.

A PTC/DATA Accredited Creo Parametric CAD/CAM Course for Design & Technology Teachers

Design & Technology
This two-day course will provide attending teachers with a practical overview of how this powerful industry standard CAD/CAM software can be used effectively with your Year 7 to 13 Design & Technology students to improve motivation and achievement. The Creo Parametric (formally ProENGINEER) package is radically different and offers many new modelling features over its predecessor Pro/DESKTOP Version 8.

AS/A2 Level Design & Technology: Raising Student Engagement in Coursework and Enhancing Individual Project Development

Design & Technology
This one day course will enable delegates to develop and enhance teaching strategies that clarify and resolve issues such as a lack of student self-confidence and engagement in coursework projects in AS and A2 level Design and Technology programmes.

Working in small groups and as individuals attendees will work through a variety of focused activities and undertake a comparison of current approaches. Delegates will feel able to enhance, review and establish strategies that will engage their students in self-reflection, critical appraisal and target setting.

Creative Design in Technology: The latest CAD/CAM Software (with DATA Accreditation)

Design & Technology
The aims of the course are to: Create 3D reliefs from vector drawings and bitmaps. Explore the vector and 3D relief editing facilities. Create moulds for casting, or vacuum forming everyday and custom-designed artefacts. Delegates will also be shown how designs can be 'machined out' using additional software and a suitable 3-axis cnc router.

Creative use of ICT in D&T to improve Teaching and Learning

Design & Technology
This hands-on course is a creative and practical introduction to using CAD/CAM in the classroom. Delegates will practice with Pro Desktop, 2D Design, and other software tools to develop ideas and organise thinking.

Developing the Role of Non- Specialist Teachers of Resistant Materials, Graphic Products and Product Design in schools

Design & Technology
Non-Specialist teachers of workshop/design studio based Design Technology, who would like to improve confidence in their personal classroom abilities - to enable them to plan and organise their lessons and approaches for teaching designing and making in resistant and semi-resistant materials in schools.

Enhancing Performance of Higher Achieving Pupils in Design and Technology

Design & Technology
During this one day course, teachers of design technology will learn how to best identify, support and set targets for higher achieving pupils, and develop a greater awareness of critical thinking by exploring and sharing practical ideas for adapting existing schemes of work and current classroom practice.

Working in pairs, small groups and as individuals, delegates will be able to rasie their awareness of best practice to ensure outcomes that constantly stretch and challenge aspiring high achieving pupils - whilst keeping them motivated, engaged and on task.

Gaining Confidence in Food Technology for Non-Specialist Teachers of Food Technology in Schools

Design & Technology
Non-Specialist teachers of Food Technology, who would like to boost confidence in their personal classroom abilities to enable them to plan and organise their lessons and approaches for teaching food technology in schools. Delegates will examine the importance of making every lesson engaging and motivational and discuss techniques for achieving this.

GCSE Design & Technology: Controlled Assessment, Theory Through Practice to Enhance Pupil Performance

Design & Technology
This course will add to delegates' confidence in developing teaching and learning structures within the framework of the controlled assessment and subject knowledge & theory examinations at GCSE. The programme will involve delegates in establishing 'best fit' for what makes a successful scheme of work and will examine ideas, while formulating others, about how to create a programme of study which is both challenging and accessible for students.

Health and Safety in Design and Technology

Design & Technology
To provide subject co-ordinators with a basic understanding of their role and responsibilites with regards to health and safety as a manager and leader of Design and Technology.

Improving Performance in D&T: for NQTs and Teachers New to Design and Technology in Schools

Design & Technology
This one day course will provide delegates with an improved understanding of how to enhance current personal teaching and learning approaches that will extend pupils working knowledge of Designing and Making within the subject.

Working as a group, in pairs, as small groups and as individuals, delegates will be able to share expertise and raise their awareness of best practice to ensure outcomes that constantly stretch and challenge pupil aspirations - whilst also keeping pupils motivated, engaged and on task.

LSA D&T: Developing the Role of both Subject Based Teaching Assistants and the Specialist Subject Demonstrator in Design Technology

Design & Technology
This one day course will provide delegates with an improved understanding of how to enhance current personal teaching and learning approaches that will extend pupils working knowledge of designing and making within design and technology.

Working as a group, in pairs, as small groups and as individuals delegates will be able to share expertise and raise their awareness of best practice to ensure outcomes that constantly stretch and challenge pupil aspirations whilst keeping pupils motivated, engaged and on task.

Pro Desktop Version 8 (DATA Accredited) CAD/CAM packages for use in schools

Design & Technology
This split two day course will enable teachers to use Pro/DESKTOP to create 3D designs, engineering drawings and rendering views ising the Photo Album facility. the specific features covered include: Using and creating sketches and workplans. Creating and modifying solid shapes. Creating assemblies from designed drawings. Animation effects in both 3D and 2D. Machining designs using additional software and a suitable 3-axis cnc ruler

Pro/DESKTOP Version 8 with DATA Accreditation

Design & Technology
This course is aimed at teachers who wish to use PTC Pro/DESKTOP computer aided design software in the classroom and gain accreditation from DATA for its use in their schools. This one day workshop will be followed by an assignment which will be completed within 6 weeks of the course for all staff who wish to gain accreditation. Successful candidates will qualify for a free site license for the PTC Pro/DESKTOP software.

Risk Assessments and Health & Safety in Design & Technology

Design & Technology
The course will provide a coherent framework to help with understanding of the national standards BS4163:2007 and new gas regulations for education and other publications, and prepares you to compile Risk Assessments for your lessons within your curriculum set up. It will cover food, textiles, RM, Systems and Control, construction and Motor Mechanics.

Systems and Control for KS3 Design & Technology

Design & Technology
Delegates will be able to get to grips with a range of systems and control resources on this practical one-day course. Teachers will return to school with teaching notes and exemplars to support the planning and implementation of two delightful projects: The "Bubble Blower" and "The Walkbot".

Using ICT and "Smart Materials" in KS3 Food Technology

Design & Technology
This course provides you with an overview of "smart" or functional food materials and demonstrates practical ways to incorporate them into the food technology curriculum. In addition the use of ICT to support the curriculum and management of the subject will be introduced.

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