Training & CPD
Teacher CPD and training offers from UK museums, galleries, libraries, archives, heritage sites and science centres.
The National Gallery's Take One Picture scheme is a fantastic example of how galleries can meet the needs of CPD whilst involving your class in an enriching learning journey.
With museum staff trained to support you, have you thought about bringing this active Citizenship initiative to your school or college?
Museums, galleries and science centres are increasingly involved in ITT (Initial Teacher Training) can provide you with a wealth of expertise in teaching and learning.
Forty free places are on offer for the Teachers' Institute professional development programme at the Houses of Parliament in London.
If you’re an adviser or centre in the South East then you can take book support on February 15, 2011
The British Museum and partner museums are looking to take on five people to join the collection teams as trainee curators.
It's not just your pupils who can take advantage of museum learning. If you teach Science find out what's available for you.
If you're an Early Years Practitioner, find out what museums can offer you in terms of continued professional development.
Braintree Museum hosts free training and networking day, Talk Science: Effective Discussions in How Science Works, January 17, 2011.
£250 to support collaborative development between teachers and museum learning staff.
The Talk for Writing approach uses collections to support pupils' literacy.
For Museums & Archives staff and volunteers, arts or wider cultural sector professionals and those working with Children and Young People.
The North East Regional Museums Hub has a free December conference exploring writing and storytelling.
Book now for the free Starting Conversations Conference at the Imperial War Museum in November.
Book now for the November Art and Design education in museums and schools' Conference.