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2016 Spring CPD Courses Now Open

15/02/16

With the new term right around the corner, what better way to get yourself ready then booking yourself onto one of Protocol Education’s Continuing Professional Development courses.

We have a variety of exciting courses happening in the Spring Term from Phonics training to Safeguarding and Child Protection to chatting with a Lead Teacher for Autism about supporting students with ASD.

We even have a brand new course coming up where you will sit down with an Ed Psych and discuss ways in which to support pupils and young people with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).

Other areas of interest may be supporting Maths, Phonics, SEND and the ever popular classroom management!

If you haven’t attended one of our courses before check out some of the feedback we have received before booking on!

  • “I liked how the training was in different categories of phonics, phases and ways of teaching a class – child initiated and simple, fun orientated.”
  • “Excellent tutor! Clear with a huge knowledge. Superb!” – Autism Training
  • “The Introduction to SEN workshop helped me to understand current legislation and have a better awareness of what a SEN setting feels and looks like.”

Our CPD Schedule is available via our website where you can request to book onto any courses that pique your interest. As the term goes on more courses will be added so do check back regularly to see updates! Click here to see what is on offer this term!

If there is training that you would like to see offered that isn’t please contact me with your feedback OR if you have a specific skill and/or experience that you think would be useful to share with others do get in touch! tfeltham@protocol-education.com

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