2000 CPD opportunities for teachers from MLA

By Rachel Hayward | 30 September 2009
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Photo showing a young woman kneeling down looking at a mouse toy and book about mice and some colourful activities to go with the book

(Left) Manchester Art Gallery. © Rachel Hayward / Culture24

News: Over 2000 opportunities for Continuing Professional Development are being offered to those working with children and young people across England as well as people working in museums, galleries and archives by the MLA (Museums, Libraries and Archives Council).

The range of CPD activities, taking place between September 2009 and March 2010, will include seminars, workshops and mentoring/exchange activities. These aim to provide skills, knowledge and experience to enable the cultural sector to deliver quality learning programmes for children and young people.

As part of MLA's Strategic Commissioning Workforce Skills, the CPD national programme underlines the role of the cultural sector as valued partners in the delivery the Children's Agenda.

For further information about the CPD programme, please visit the MLA website and scroll down the page to check out opportunities within your region.

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