Courses

5th January 1996 at 00:00
JANUARY 20 STAGE LIGHTING FOR SCHOOLS

FEBRUARY 3 TEACHING DANCE TO BOYS AT KEY STAGE 23

Part of an ongoing programme of seminars and workshops for teachers run by Sadler's Wells at the Lilian Baylis Theatre, Rosebery Avenue, London EC1. Topics at the first will include: luminaires, focusing and colour, controls and dimming, electrical and safe working practice. Fee: Pounds 60 per course, Pounds 30 Islington teachers and concessions. Details: Jenni Hornby, 0171 278 6563.

JANUARY 26-27 AND FEBRUARY 8-9 PSYCHOLOGY OF LEARNING MATHEMATICS

Two-weekend course (Fridays 7-9 pm and Saturdays 9.30-4 pm) at Exeter University which comprises one module in the university's Master's degree in mathematics education. Course leader: Dr Paul Ernest. Fee: Pounds 185. Details: Elaine Henderson, 01392 264838.

FEBRUARY 2,7,8,26,28 AND MARCH 1,5 ADVANCED LEVEL MEDIA STUDIES: TEACHING "ADVERTISING AND MARKETING" AND "DOCUMENTARY"

Day schools led by Dr Len Masterman, department of politics and communication, Liverpool University in association with Northern Examinations and Assessment Board at venues in Birmingham, Blackburn, Newcastle, London, Plymouth, Eastleigh and Bradford. Fee: Pounds 55, Pounds 65 for teachers from non-NEAB centres. Details: Len Masterman, 90 Downham Road South, Heswall, Wirral L60 5SQ.

SEX EDUCATION

The Family Planning Association, 27-35 Mortimer Street, London W1, runs a variety of short courses and training programmes, including: sex education for young people, sexual health services, services for people with learning difficulties, and training for trainers. Fee: Pounds 130 for two days or Pounds 195 for three. Details: Helen Wallace, 0171 636 7866. Courses are also run at FPA offices in Glasgow (0141 332 1216), Cardiff (01222 342766), Bangor (01248 325488) and Londonderry (01504 260016).

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