Due to the current circumstances regarding the Coronavirus, Career Teachers will be running it's CPD training sessions via Skype or Zoom meetings.
The most important thing is the health and safety of our staff and candidates. Career Teachers are following the relevant precautions given by the government and public health departments and you will be unable to visit our offices until further notice.
Delivering our CPD courses and helping you up-skill is also very important to us. To take part in the CPD training sessions, you will need to have access to a mic and video via your phone or computer.
CPD training will be running from Monday to Friday, please view our course time table below for more information.
If you wish to take part in our CPD training, please book your place and wait for confirmation that you have successfully got a place on the course. You will not be able to take part in the training without confirmation.
Career Teachers training department offers a range of professional development courses for registered teachers and support staff. We are committed to supporting you through the next steps of your educational career.
Below you can view details about each course and have the opportunity to register your interest for the next available course dates. Courses are offered free of charge to Career Teachers registered staff that have completed 10 days work.
For more details please contact our CPD trainer Kate Bellavia on 020 7105 3499 or email email@example.com
Introduction to Becoming a Teaching Assistant
Over the years Teaching Assistants (TA) have become more and more prominent in the classroom with the main role being to support the teacher in providing the best educational experience for their pupils. This could involve anything from covering a class, to teaching small groups or individuals with specific needs. No school or classroom is the same, therefore, it is really important to have a good understanding of the role and understand what might be expected of you.
This training session will look at a typical day and secure your understanding of roles and responsibilities required to fulfill this position. We are committed to ensuring that you feel confident in the classroom enabling you to support and empower children with their learning.
This 2 hour session is fun and interactive with an emphasis on group interaction, in preparation for the classroom.
Safeguarding is the process of working to protect individuals from harm such as abuse, neglect and exploitation. It ensures children grow up with safe and effective care and are given the best life chances.
Closely related, child protection is the process of working to help children who have already experienced harm in the form of violence, abuse, neglect or exploitation.
The aim of this interactive training is to offer a more ‘hands-on’ approach to developing an understanding of these processes in schools, with clear reference to how this relates to your role and responsibilities within your setting. The opportunity and time for discussion is an invaluable aspect to these sessions.
Team Teach is an award-winning 'positive handling' training program which helps staff support pupils with challenging behaviour. It is a 2 day accredited course based on risk reduction involving de-escalation strategies and positive behaviour management, diversion and distraction & as a last resort, physical intervention.
Where possible the expectation is that course members will exhaust all positive behavioural management strategies before resorting to physical intervention. If this intervention is required Team Teach promotes a ‘caring’ ‘holistic’ approach with an emphasis on listening and learning, recovery and repair. Pupils will feel safe and protected.
As well as building your confidence in the classroom, on completion of this 2 day course, members will be suitably equipped to deal with challenging situations that may arise in their setting. There will be a small fee for this training.