Our staff visit you at a time that fits in with your timetable. We'll deliver WJEC, AQA and Edexcel L3 concepts which form part of progression-focused sessions that explore L4 modules. Suitable for year 12 and year 13 assemblies, subject-specific sessions and staff training.
Thank you so much for coming in last week and talking to the students. They were all 'buzzing' after the session... Curriculum Area Manager 14-19 Partnerships, Bridgend
Your presenters have been superb and HRM had great content, was thought-provoking and will influence behaviour. Head of 6th Form, Chepstow School
Thursday 22 June, Coleg Llandrillo, Rhos-on-sea Campus (Programme)
Thursday 29 June, Birmingham Metropolitan College (Programme)
In the fast-paced and ever-changing teaching profession, coupled with responsibilities for careers and higher education guidance and numerous other duties besides, finding space and time to reflect and consider new ideas and initiatives can be challenging.
Our regional Teachers' and Advisers' conference is essential for teachers and advisers involved in post-16 education. The free, 1 day conference will explore issues surrounding admissions to higher education, while providing an ideal opportunity for professional development and networking.
Tuesday 13 June 2017, Pontypridd Campus - Glyntaff
For PE and sports teachers, this CPD event has been developed to enhance teachers’ existing knowledge, and includes practical and theoretical sessions. You will also have the opportunity to use our facilities and laboratories at USW Sports Park.
These laboratories will provide hands-on experience, providing an excellent opportunity to relate theory to practice, and apply back in the classroom for your students
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The keynote is a fantastic catalyst for launching the WBQ Employability and Entrepreneurship Challenge in your school or college, EBP and PSHE sessions or school wide assemblies.
Highlight the global demand for innovation, start-ups and intellectual property with:
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This keynote is a fantastic catalyst for launching the WBQ Global Citizenship Challenge in your school or college, PSHE sessions or school wide assemblies.
This keynote illustrates the impact of modern phenomena, such as SARS, tsunamis and conflicts and how they become global events in minutes, rather than months. Underpinned by the radical shift in the speed of communication, the scale and complexity of these events, it outlines how these old problems need new solutions in a global community.
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