San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
This is a regional event containing the different 2-day Professional Learning courses, hosted by the school and run by Fieldwork Education;
Getting to Grips with the IPC
Leading the IPC
Getting to Grips with the IMYC
Getting to grips with IPC / IMYC
Description: This course is perfect for schools or teachers who are at the beginning stages of their implementation of the programme. It will guide you through the philosophy, pedagogy and process of the programme, allowing plenty of time to explore examples of IEYC/IPC learning and implementation from schools around the world, and ensuring you are confident to plan your first unit when you get back to school!
Leading the IPC
Description: This course is for those people who have or will have responsibility for leadership, coordination and management of the IPC in their school. The course will equip participants with the knowledge, skills and understanding to enable them to lead the implementation of the IPC in their schools and to give advice to colleagues on IPC related matters.
Please view our website http://www.greatlearning.com for more information.
Cancellation Policy: If you are no longer able to attend the course, please advise us in writing no later than two weeks before the course start date to receive a full refund. After this time, no refunds will be processed; however, we will try to accommodate a transfer of your registration to a colleague if the course has not yet started. Once the course begins, no refunds or transfers are possible.
Fieldwork Education reserves the right to withdraw this event or individual courses due to low enrollment up until two weeks before the course start date. After this time the event will be confirmed to registered participants in writing. Please be aware of this before making any travel arrangements.
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