CPD & Leadership Development Events

CPD at Innovate Teaching School Partnership

At Innovate Teaching School Partnership we aim to deliver a wide range of CPD opportunities aimed at both Teaching and Associate staff.  Courses range from a series of sessions run over the course of the year to one off twilights and all will result in a completion certificate to add to delegates personal CPD records.  We appreciate the budget restrictions that schools are working under in the current climate and always strive for affordability with the CPD offered whilst maintaining high quality expert delivery.

As well as our advertised courses, we are very happy to put together Bespoke CPD to meet the specific needs of your staff which could be delivered at your own centre or through the Innovate Training facility depending on your requirements.  Please contact us to discuss this if you think this service may be on interest.


 

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15
Oct
2019

Subject Leadership in the Primary Phase

Tuesday, 15 October 2019 4:00 pm -5:30 pm
£40.00

This course will provide an overview of Leading a Curriculum area in the Primary Phase including:

  • How to coordinate a subject area
  • How to Liaise with your designated governor
  • How to collect evidence and prepare for an OFSTED visit

The training will be led by Tara Trail, Senior Deputy Head Teacher at Middleton Primary School which was awarded Outstanding in their last OFSTED inspection.

This course would be beneficial for anyone who has recently taken on the role of Subject Leader or those that are interested in the position in the future. 

16
Oct
2019

Applied Digital Skills Workshop

Wednesday, 16 October 2019 4:00 pm -6:00 pm
Free

If you are a secondary or college teacher in England and are looking to learn more about helping your students gain the digital skills they need to succeed in the classroom and for their future careers, join us for a free training event.

Applied Digital Skills is free project-based video curriculum from Google. Suitable for use in any secondary or further education subject, these ready-to-use video lessons teach digital skills that have immediate, real-life applications. These resources teach the skills needed for the jobs of today and tomorrow.

The training is completely free and you’ll leave with the skills to use the course for yourself and show others in your organisation how to do the same. Each event is half a day and you can find all of the dates below.

 

19
Nov
2019

Gatsby Benchmarks 1 + 2 CPD - A Stable Careers Programme and Learning from career and labour market information

Tuesday, 19 November 2019 4:00 pm -5:30 pm
£40.00

Session 1 - Tuesday 1st October                                         

Introducing Careers Gatsby Benchmarks -

 

Session 2 - Tuesday 19th November                                      

Gatsby Benchmark one and two 

A Stable Careers Programme and Learning from career and labour market information

 

Session 3 - Tuesday 21st January                                            

Gatsby Benchmark Three and four 

Addressing the needs of each pupil and linking curriculum learning to careers

 

Session 4 - Tuesday 10th March                                         

Gatsby Benchmark five and six 

Encounters with employers and employees and experiences of workplaces

 

Session 5 - Tuesday 17th June                                               

Gatsby Benchmark seven and eight

Encounters with further and higher education and Personal guidance

 

The sessions will be led by Emma Barnett Vincent Deputy Assistant Headteacher for Creativity and Innovation at Oakgrove School. During the 2019 OFSTED Personal development, behaviour and welfare was graded OUTSTANDING. 'High-quality careers information and guidance is a strong feature of the school. Leaders ensure that pupils benefit from a comprehensive, coherent and timely programme of support that informs them extremely well about their future choices. Pupils value the useful information they receive, making effective decisions about their key stage 4 options as a result.'

21
Jan
2020

Gatsby Benchmarks 3 + 4 - Addressing the needs of each pupil and linking curriculum learning to careers

Tuesday, 21 January 2020 4:00 pm -5:30 pm
£40.00

Session 1 - Tuesday 1st October                                         

Introducing Careers Gatsby Benchmarks -

 

Session 2 - Tuesday 19th November                                      

Gatsby Benchmark one and two 

A Stable Careers Programme and Learning from career and labour market information

 

Session 3 - Tuesday 21st January                                            

Gatsby Benchmark Three and four 

Addressing the needs of each pupil and linking curriculum learning to careers

 

Session 4 - Tuesday 10th March                                         

Gatsby Benchmark five and six 

Encounters with employers and employees and experiences of workplaces

 

Session 5 - Tuesday 17th June                                               

Gatsby Benchmark seven and eight

Encounters with further and higher education and Personal guidance

 

The sessions will be led by Emma Barnett Vincent Deputy Assistant Headteacher for Creativity and Innovation at Oakgrove School. During the 2019 OFSTED Personal development, behaviour and welfare was graded OUTSTANDING. 'High-quality careers information and guidance is a strong feature of the school. Leaders ensure that pupils benefit from a comprehensive, coherent and timely programme of support that informs them extremely well about their future choices. Pupils value the useful information they receive, making effective decisions about their key stage 4 options as a result.'

12
Feb
2020

Teacher Research project

Wednesday, 12 February 2020 3:30 pm - Wednesday, 08 July 2020 4:30 pm
FREE

Are you a teacher? Have you ever thought of developing your own min research project in to your own practice.

Join us on the 12th February! Come along to see how you could lead your own research inquiry in your teaching practice.

At the event, meet like minded teachers who also want to discuss new ideas, read around their subject area and are willing to develop their own teaching practice. Plus, get the chance to have your inquiry feature in the latest edition of Innovate Journal!

Session 1 - Wednesday 12th February

Session 2 - Wednesday 18th March 

Session 3 - Wednesday 10th June

Session 4 - Wednesday 8th July

Follow us on Twitter @innovatejournal to keep up to date with the latest opportunities.

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