SEPTEMBER 1995-JULY 1966 REMINISCENCE TRAINING. First-hand accounts by older people can inspire classroom projects. Age Exchange, which pioneered inter-generational reminiscence work, is running several courses for teachers, librarians, and museum workers at 11 Blackheath Village, London SE3. Many are accredited at degree level by Greenwich University. Fees range from Pounds 55 for a one-day course to Pounds 185 for three days. Details: 0181 318 9105.
FROM SEPTEMBER FLOODLIGHT. London's annual guide to part-time day and evening classes now covers the whole of Greater London. Over 18,000 course entries in 8,000 subjects at 101 adult education centres, colleges and universities are listed. Pounds 3.25 from newsagents and booksellers.
FROM OCTOBER MA IN PROFESSIONAL STUDIES IN EDUCATION. New course at Nene College of Higher Education, Northampton. Modules in drama-in-education, early years, post-compulsory education, and special educational needs. Details: Ken Bland, 01604 735500.
OCTOBER 4-6 DEVELOPING ADULT PROVISION IN SIXTH FORM COLLEGES (SFCs) Organised by Further Education Development Agency at Coombe Lodge, Blagdon, Bristol, for senior staff in SFCs. All participants will receive a draft copy of the RP941 project report, which examines the work of SFCs with part-time and adult students. Fee: Pounds 255. Details from tutors: Gordon Holding, FEDA regional development officer for the West Midlands, 01902 323070, and Peter Davies, FEDA staff tutor, 01761 462503.
OCTOBER 5-6 A STRUCTURED APPROACH TO SCHOOL AND STAFF DEVELOPMENT. Organised by Liverpool John Moores University at Logwood Mill Hotel, Whiston, Merseyside, for heads, deputies and senior staff, chairs of governors, LEA officers, inspectors and advisers. Tutors include: Brian Sherratt OBE, head, Great Barr Grant-Maintained School, Birmingham. Fee: Pounds 140. Details: John Latham, 0151 231 5261.