We are delighted to offer secondary and primary schools this unique opportunity to choose the topics you would like delivered on your course from the list below. This enables schools to choose topics relevant to your staff needs/school development plan.
The minimum number of areas you can choose is two which will be delivered in one session. The course will be delivered at your school giving you a flexible and personal CPD opportunity.
Topic areas: (please note there is a minimum of two areas pre course you can choose more areas if required)
1. Introduction to assertiveness
2. Time management strategies for teachers
3. Strategies for successful conflict resolution
4. Introduction to transactional analysis
5. Applying cognitive load theory to improve exam performance
6. Promoting effective cross-curricular links and whole brain learning
7. Next steps in Assessment for learning
(effective feedback / group work and developing independent learners)
Dates: To be agreed with the school
Times: Each topic is one hour in duration - minimum for the course is two topics (2 hours). Specific times to be agreed with your school.
Cost: £275 for the required minimum of two topics (2 hours).
If you choose more than two areas this will incur an additional fee of £50 per topic eg 3 topics will be £325 (3 hours),4 topics £375 (4 hours)
If you would like to book more topics please contact Sandra Cooper firstname.lastname@example.org
Venue: At the school premises.
Facilitator: Ant Snowden, Teaching & Learning Specialist and Induction Manager
Ant Snowden started his teaching career in the early 1980s, working in mining towns of the East Midlands. At times of high unemployment, his formative years led him to adopt the principle that learning must be relevant and have intrinsic value, allowing students to work creatively and develop independence and resilience. He applies the same principle to his courses – they are founded on proven strategies and are relevant to current issues in education.
As a successful middle leader in a range of schools across the midlands, he was described in an Ofsted inspection as “one of the most effective middle leaders I have met”. For over a decade, Ant has delivered training on effective middle leaderships in schools across Shropshire and Derbyshire.
Since 2008, he has worked for Telford & Wrekin School Improvement Service, specialising in teaching & learning, leadership & management and NQT induction. Ant also delivers training on behalf of AQA and the National STEM learning network.
His wide experience in education and creative approach to curriculum development has been applied to his work as a consultant to industries, such as the Energy and Utilities sector and regional STEM groups and manufacturing partnerships. As a senior leader in school, co-ordinating industry links, resulting in a nomination for a national award for enterprise in education.
Working in partnership with Telford & Wrekin LA