Training

Leeds DEC delivers dynamic curriculum development training and CPD to education and youth work professionals.

We can offer ‘off the shelf” CPD, delivering it at a twilight session at your school. Get in touch to discuss your learning needs.

We are the regional provider of the British Council’s Connecting Classrooms project, and will be scheduling new courses soon.

Keep checking below or contact us for more information!


 

The following are our most popular courses offered through the UK Government’s National Global Learning Programme, for KS2 and 3. We also offer ‘bespoke’ courses tailored to your specific school requirements.

To find out more about how your school can access £500 free e-credits see https://glp.globaldimension.org.uk/

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Our training courses support delivery of British Values, the Social Moral Spiritual and Cultural curriculum and the cultural harmony aspect of PREVENT.

To find out more email adam@leedsdec.org.uk or phone 0113 3731767

 


 

Global Teachers Award Level 1 Course with P4C demonstration and Staff Reflection twilight

“The best course I have ever been on!”

Asst Head, Bankside Primary School

Time: Full day or ovglobe high reser 3 Twilights at school (6 hours)

Cost: 500 e-credits plus £100 per school

Aims of the course:

This course is accredited by Liverpool Hope University and approved by Oxfam.

It can include a demonstration of P4C with an introductory reflection session for staff on P4C and Global Learning.

The Global Teacher’s Award course supports teachers in developing the skills, confidence and practical approaches to incorporate global learning into the curriculum, in particular providing strategies to stimulate critical thinking about global issues at whole school and pupil level.

Teachers completing this course are eligible to apply for Global Teacher Award Certificate Level 1 (£15 admin fee per teacher is payable).

 

This course is also running on 10th July 2017 at Leeds DEC for individual teachers.

 

Cost: Option 1 500 e-credits; includes a separate P4C workshop for pupils and an Introductory P4C and Global Learning Reflection twilight for staff.

Option 2 £150

 


 

Practical approaches to teaching British Values in a Multicultural World

 “We enjoyed all of the training immensley. Thank you. Very thought provoking and so relevant to teaching at present”

Teacher at Otley All Saints

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 Time: Normally delivered over 2 twilights

Cost £500 (500 e-credits ) per school

 

 

Aims of the course:

To explore British Values and Human Rights in the context of Global Learning To share and consolidate work on Human Rights and British Values already happening in school To identify, and try out, strategies to use Global Learning as a way to strengthen this work, including race equality work in specific curriculum areas across the school.

 

 

 

 


Embedding Global Learning in the Curriculum

” I loved the facts, pace, activities, insights and challenging own thinking”

Teacher at Lydgate Junior and Infant School

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Teachers retell the story of Suah, a trafficked child

 

Time: 4 hours delivered over 2 twilights

Cost £500 (500 e-credits) per school

Aims of the course:

To provide strategies for teachers to use global issues to stimulate critical and creative thinking in different subject areas and across the curriculum. The course  gives teachers opportunities to share and develop ideas specific to their Key Stage.

 

Your school will begin to consider and plan how to provide progression in the 7 Key Global     Dimension concepts (including Values and Intercultural Understanding) from Early Years to KS 2, including preparing pupils for KS 3.

 

 

 


 

An introduction to Philosophy for Children (P4C) and Global Learning

“We’ve had a really good time! The children have surprised us with their curiosity and have led their learning. I would really recommend this training!”

Dept Head at Pool CE Primary

 

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Cost £500 (500 e-credits) per school

Aims of the course:

This course introduces ‘Philosophy for Children’, a structured approach to learning through enquiry and dialogue. This course demonstrates how P4C and Global Learning work together

 

Teachers from Pool CE and West End Primary schools have taken part in this training, run by Leeds DEC, and have been amazed at how powerful the Philosophy for Children (P4C) approach can be.

 

 

 

 


 

 

From Charity to Justice– Fairtrade, climate change and us

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Time:  4 hours delivered over 2 twilights

Cost £500 (500 e-credits) per school

Aims of the course:

This course explores how schools can teach about social justice. Teachers can practise different methodologies and use resources for teaching about the connections between Fairtrade, climate change and young peoples’ lives.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

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Time:  4 hours delivered over 2 twilights

Cost £500 (500 e-credits) per school

Aims of the course

Overview

This course will provide teachers with strategies and resources to
tackle Islamophobia in a variety of subjects and age ranges.
It will help schools integrate Islamophobia awareness holistically across
the school, complementing and builds on other work in school on Race
Awareness and Community Cohesion.
Teachers will consider ways to engage both Muslim and non-Muslim
students on the issue of Islamophobia, and will makes use of new
materials produced by NASUWT / Reading International Solidarity Centre.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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