CHILDREN'S LITERACIES AND INTERCULTURAL PERSPECTIVES IN A EUROPEAN CONTEXT. Organised by Institut Europeen pour le Developpement des Potentialites de tous les Enfants at Centre for Language in Primary Education, Webber Row, London SE1. Speaker: Dr Rachel Cohen, Universite de Paris Nord, on "Spoken and written language through computers: non-Francophone children using synthesisers in an ecole maternelle". Fee: Pounds 45, Pounds 35 members. Details: Clare Kelly, 0171 401 33823.
CONTROL TECHNOLOGY. Organised by Curriculum Support Services at Management Development Centre, New College, Durham, for teachers and advisers. Speakers include: Nick Capstick, senior programme officer (design and technology), National Council for Educational Technology; and Michael Bedworth, regional adviser, Technology Enhancement Programme. Includes resources exhibition. Fee: Pounds 30. Details: 01388 607644.
THE KODALY PRINCIPLES IN MUSIC EDUCATION. Demonstrations and lectures organised by the British Kodaly Academy at St Paul's School, Lonsdale Road, London SW13. Fee: Pounds 185, Pounds 150 students. Accommodation: Pounds 210. Details: Mary Place, 01737 242974.
HEADS OF CHILDHOOD AND EARLY YEARS EDUCATION: SUCCESSFULLY IMPLEMENTING CURRICULUM CHANGE. Organised by Network Training at Barons Court Hotel, near Walsall. Speakers include: Ros Rospigliosi, principal, Plymouth College of Further Education; Sheila Salsby, head of childhood and early years education, Kidderminster College; and Richard Eve, assistant general secretary (industrial relations), National Association of Teachers in Further and Higher Education. Fee: Pounds 295 + VAT. Details: Mike Bryan, 01823 353354.