Better Voice for Teachers is a dynamic, easy-to-follow online course specially designed to enhance the capabilities of your voice when teaching.
Online4 hours each
Education for Sustainable Development
We've partnered with WWF – the world’s leading independent conservation organisation – to create this free course for primary leaders and teachers who want to embrace environmental sustainability and explore how they can develop a whole school approach to education for sustainable development (ESD).
Effective Use Of Teaching Assistants
Hundreds of thousands of teaching assistants are employed throughout the UK. Yet, they are often deployed in such a way that their job becomes difficult to do. Frequently they are excluded from training and not prepared as well as they could be.
Embedding Employability Skills In The Curriculum
We’ve partnered with LifeSkills to create a course to help you raise the confidence, aspirations and motivations of young people making the move from education into work.
Lessons in Behaviour Management
Tackle classroom disruption and create high-quality learning environments with our behaviour management CPD course designed by Tom Bennett, the government advisor on classroom behaviour.
National Professional Qualifications (NPQ)
These DfE recognised, Masters’ level NPQs will help you to gain the knowledge, skills and behaviours to become a highly effective leader and take your next step in leadership.
In this online professional development course, popular classroom teacher, Mike Gershon, offers practical advice on techniques designed to teach any educator how to be an outstanding teacher.
Subject Knowledge Enhancement For Teachers
Our Subject Knowledge Enhancement (SKE) for teachers programme will help you to update or develop your current subject knowledge or train to teach another specialist subject.
Teaching The New Science Curriculum: Physics
You’ll explore practical ways to teach physics, learn activities to use in the classroom and discover the means and methods to inspire their students.
Launched in September 2019, tomorrow’s teachers aims to help relieve the recruitment pressure on schools. The goal is to create a national movement that helps schools like yours to identify potential teachers from among their pupils.