CPD for Teachers and Support Staff – Open Evening, 19 May, Bradford College

Continue your professional development with our range of courses at undergraduate and postgraduate level, including routes for teaching primary, secondary or adult learners and short courses.

 Our Masters in Education programmes provide an opportunity to enhance CVs and study areas of particular interest, with specialist routes in:  Inclusive Education, Leadership and Management, Early Years Practice or ICT in Education. 

Work-based teacher training programmes for support staff include our Foundation Degree in Supporting and Managing Learning in Education and BA (Hons) Teaching and Learning in the Primary Phase with QTS top-up degree. 

Short courses are available for practitioners who want to improve their skills and knowledge in a specific area, such as Behaviour Management.  You can choose to be assessed in your learning and these credits can be put towards larger qualifications in the future. 

Flexible half-day or twilight courses can be delivered in College or on school premises, and can be tailor-made for support staff, teachers or whole staff groups.  Previous courses have included ‘Using story telling in the classroom’ and ‘Supporting learners with ADHD’.

We also offer a Level  5 Certificate in Primary School PE Specialism and Level  6 Award in Primary School PE Leadership with flexible start dates throughout the year. 

Come along to our Open Evening on Thursday 19 May, between 5pm and 8pm, to find out more about what we can offer you to develop your career.

McMillan Faculty of Education, Bradford College, David Hockney Building, Great Horton Road, Bradford BD7 1AY.

For further information on courses or to book a place, please contact Michelle Megson at m.megson@bradfordcollege.ac.uk.  For information about the Education Faculty: https://www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/study/university-centre/schools/mcmillan


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Published: 11/05/2016
Audience: Teachers and support staff
Contact: Michelle Megson

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