Education CPD

 

Worcester graduates are some of the most successful in the country when it comes to employment.

 

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From short courses to postgraduate qualifications, our provision is designed to respond quickly to central and local initiatives and aims to meet the needs of schools and professionals working in education and training.

Our programmes can be tailored to the needs of your group or organisation, and delivered at the University or at a venue of your choice.

Children and Families

We have designed a series of practice based, demand led workshops to support your practice and professional development.

Our programmes can be tailored to the needs of your group or organisation, and delivered at the University or at a venue of your choice subject to a minimum number of registered attendees.  

In 2019/20 we will be offering the following courses:

 

Primary

Our practice based workshops in Primary Education have been designed to support your professional development and provide a forum to reflect and share good practice.

Our programmes can be tailored to the needs of your group or organisation, and delivered at the University or at a venue of your choice subject to a minimum number of registered attendees. 

In 2019/20 we will be offering the following courses:

 

Secondary and Further Education

French and Spanish Secondary TSST Programmes 2019 - Funded by the DfE 

We offer a range of Subject  Knowledge Enhancement courses. These are designed to help you develop and enhance your subject knowledge.

Leaping Into The Curriculum Conference

A Conference for Early Career Teachers and Partnership Colleagues

Saturday 29 February 2020 (9:00-15:30) - University of Worcester St John's Campus

 

 

With the current focus on curriculum within our schools, the University of Worcester is pleased to be able to provide an opportunity for colleagues to be inspired by expert professionals.

Over the course of the day participants will be able to attend three workshops of their choice, explore resources and opportunities at the exhibition in addition to hearing words of wisdom from two key note speakers. 

Why not take the opportunity to have a little time to share and inspire? 

 

 

Key Note Speakers 

Julie Rees—Ledbury Primary School (Herefordshire) 

Sue Blyth—Fourfields Community Primary School (Cambridgeshire)

 

 

Workshops 

  • The curriculum of the ‘sensory aware’ classroom (Bev Mars, NATSIP)
  • In at the deep end. Sink or swim? Focus on wellbeing in the  curriculum (Andy Hale)
  • Making words stick, a playful approach to the language curriculum (Jasen Booton)
  • Integrating Mathematics across the curriculum (Dr Pinly Jain)
  • Learning, memory and knowledge retention (Dr Ruth Hewston)

 

Conference Programme 

 

Fee: £50 (University of Worcester Trainees: £20)

Free Parking available on campus. Refreshments will be served. 

 

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Contact us

For more information please do not hesitate to get in touch with the CPD Office:

Email: cpdeducation@worc.ac.uk

Call:    01905 855056