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The National Education Union has its members learning and development at the core of its work. We remain committed to supporting you in your development throughout your career and we have a track record of running first-class training courses. 

National CPD events are heavily subsidised for NEU members. Please inform us as soon as possible if you cannot attend. Your place is strictly non-transferable. 

Use the filter options or search bar to find the best course for you. 

 

Join us for our annual winter workshop designed and dedicated exclusively for traineess and newly qualified members.

Event date: 
03 November 2018
Mentoring

46% of children aged 10-15 said they'd been bullied at some point, according to a recent survey.

Event date: 
25 September 2018
Bullying
Pupil mental health

Research has shown that the two most important success factors for a school or a college are the effectiveness of its teaching and how it is led. Good teaching inevitably leads to student success but this cannot happen without good leadership.

Event date: 
27 September 2018
Leadership

The Sutton Report (2013) states that learners make between 7-9 months’ additional progress in one academic year when metacognitive approaches are modelled and developed.

Event date: 
02 October 2018
Classroom skills

Relationships Education will be statutory in all primary schools from September 2019. This course is the first step in planning for an effective, compliant and inclusive programme in your school.

Event date: 
04 October 2018
PSHE

This course is aimed at teachers from primary, secondary and special schools and focuses on how animation can be used as a powerful tool for encouraging active learning and enabling pupils to establish strong connections with any area of the curriculum.

Event date: 
08 October 2018
Classroom skills

"Differentiation is the process whereby teachers meet the need for progress through the curriculum by selecting appropriate teaching methods to match the individual student’s learning strategies, within a group situation." (Visser 1993) 

Event date: 
10 October 2018
Classroom skills

Disruptive student behaviour is an all too common frustration for teachers, lecturers and support staff.

Event date: 
11 October 2018
Behaviour management
Classroom behaviour
National CPD

Half day workshops on ADHD (Attention deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder), Dyslexia, Dyscalculia.

Event date: 
16 October 2018
SEND
National CPD

Coaching and mentoring are development techniques aimed at enhancing an individual's skills, knowledge and performance.

Event date: 
16 October 2018
Mentoring

Relationships and Sex Education will be statutory in all secondary schools from September 2019. This course is the first step in planning for an effective, compliant and inclusive programme in your school.

Event date: 
17 October 2018
PSHE

Research has shown that the two most important success factors for a school or a college are the effectiveness of its teaching and how it is led. Good teaching inevitably leads to student success but this cannot happen without good leadership.

Event date: 
17 October 2018
Leadership
National CPD

Half day workshops on ADHD (Attention deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder), Dyslexia, Dyscalculia.

Event date: 
18 October 2018
SEND

This two-day course focuses on what research tells us makes the most difference to the life chances of children and young people: Quality First Teaching.

Event date: 
18 October 2018 to 19 October 2018
Classroom skills
National CPD

'Walk in their shoes' looks at the challenges of the school day for learners with specific learning difficulties.

Event date: 
30 October 2018
SEND

Are you contemplating applying for a first leadership position, or are you someone who has been recently appointed?

Event date: 
30 October 2018
Leadership

Young people face new pressures and challenges online. As the first generation to grow up with the internet, their experiences of school, friendship, conflict and communication are totally different to the generations before.

Event date: 
31 October 2018
Pupil mental health
Technology

Disruptive student behaviour is an all too common frustration for teachers, lecturers and support staff.

Event date: 
01 November 2018
Behaviour management

NEU's one-day retirement courses are ideal for those who are within five years of retirement.

Event date: 
03 November 2018
Pay
Pensions

Are you contemplating applying for a first leadership position, or are you someone who has been recently appointed?

Event date: 
06 November 2018
Leadership
National CPD

Half day workshops on ADHD (Attention deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder), Dyslexia, Dyscalculia.

Event date: 
07 November 2018
SEND

This one day course will help you reflect on different leadership approaches and in doing so help you understand what ethical leadership is and discover your own authenticity as a leader.

Event date: 
08 November 2018
Leadership

Equal Access to Promotion is a development programme specifically designed for black teachers. As part of your learning you will have the opportunity to carry out specific, mutually agreed, school-based projects that produce evidence relating to leadership, management and professional development issues.

Event date: 
09 November 2018 to 10 November 2018
Equalities

If you’re looking for new and creative ways to improve your students’ literacy skills then this course could be for you. Combining face to face and online training with Into Film, one of the UKs largest education charities, this course will help anyone working with young people aged 5-19 by giving them practical activities that can help improve literacy through both film analysis and filmmaking.

Event date: 
12 November 2018
Classroom skills
National CPD

This is essential training for SENDCOs, teachers and support staff to develop their skills to provide high-quality interventions for both group and individualised teaching.

Event date: 
15 November 2018
SEND

Disruptive student behaviour is an all too common frustration for teachers, lecturers and support staff.

Event date: 
20 November 2018
Behaviour management

The Sutton Report (2013) states that learners make between 7-9 months’ additional progress in one academic year when metacognitive approaches are modelled and developed.

Event date: 
20 November 2018
Classroom skills

Relationships Education will be statutory in all primary schools from September 2019.

Event date: 
21 November 2018
PSHE

"Differentiation is the process whereby teachers meet the need for progress through the curriculum by selecting appropriate teaching methods to match the individual student’s learning strategies, within a group situation." (Visser 1993) 

Event date: 
21 November 2018
Classroom skills

Relationships and Sex Education will be statutory in all secondary schools from September 2019.

Event date: 
22 November 2018
PSHE