Challenging Sexism in Schools Conference – Saturday 17th March 2018
Equal Access to Promotion – 24-25 November 2017
Equal Access to Promotion is a development programme specifically designed for black teachers in their fifth to twelfth year of teaching who already have some leadership responsibilities. The NUT uses the term ‘Black’ in a political context to encompass all members who self-identify as Black or Asian and all other minority ethnic groups who do not identify themselves as White.
This programme aims to raise your influence as leaders in school in order to impact on student learning and wellbeing. 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.
Please read this document before making an application.
Date: Friday 14th – Saturday 25th November 2017
Fee: Free for NUT members, £150 for non-members
Book onto this course here.
Early Career Teachers – Adding Values and Enhancing Practice – 24-25 November 2017
This course is designed for all newly qualified teachers and early career teachers who want to work with others to build effective classroom management skills and to improve behaviour for learning.
By the end of the course, we aim to support you to:
- better understand pedagogy and relationships;
- identify further behaviour/classroom organisation strategies that work;
- explore communication, power and the language of choice;
- extend your knowledge and understanding of different types of behaviour;
- prepare lessons which move pupils on in their learning;
- address attainment inequalities;
- prepare a small project/profile focusing on a group of learners of your choice.
Who should apply: NQTs in their induction year of teaching and teachers in their first three years of teaching.
Date: Friday 24th to Saturday 25th November 2017
Venue: Stock Rochford Hall (Residential)
Fee: Free for NEU members, £150 for non members
For more information, visit the NEU (NUT) website.
This course has two parts and it is mandatory to attend both.
Part One: 30 November – 1 December (Thur-Friday)
Part Two: 1 March 2018 (Thur)
Transactional analysis (TA) is a way of making sense of the relational aspects of teaching and learning in both the classroom and staffroom contexts. Leading on from the behaviour-focused courses in the NUT programme, this certificated training will provide participants with:
- psychological models for encouraging healthy emotional development
- material for using TA directly with students and developing a whole school strategy
- ideas for getting the best out of pupils, parents and colleagues
- tools to look beyond behaviour management and into relationships and pedagogy
- the internationally recognised Introductory Certificate in Transactional Analysis
The course is divided into two parts allowing participants to try techniques and ideas back in the classroom and then reflect on their practice.
Aspiring to Leadership – 1-2 December 2017
Designed to specifically support black teachers in their second to fifth year of teaching who are interested in developing their leadership skills and knowledge. The NUT uses the term ‘Black’ in a political context to encompass all members who self-identify as Black or Asian and all other minority ethnic groups who do not identify themselves as White. This two-day seminar will enable you to develop skills in planning your route map to leadership, your leadership skills and your awareness of career development options.
Date: Friday 1st – Saturday 2nd December 2017
Venue: NUT HQ, Hamilton House, London. WC1H 9BD.
Fee: Free for NEU (NUT) members, £150 for non-members
Book onto this course here.
NEU (NUT) Pride Events 2017
Various Pride Events are due to take place in 2017.
Current events are scheduled to take place in;
- Isle of Wight
NEU (NUT) Black Teachers’ Conference 2017
Date: 3 – 5 November 2017
Venue: Birmingham Conference & Events Centre, Hill Street, Birmingham. B5 4EW
For more details, continue to check here.