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Overview

Welcome 

The Faculty of Education offers an extensive range of high quality Continuing Professional Development (CPD) opportunities for individuals and organisations working within the Education sector. All of our programmes are practice-based and impact driven in order to support high quality teaching and learning and school improvement priorities.

Our CPD portfolio is continually updated to respond quickly to national and local initiatives and has been designed to be delivered in a flexible way. We offer a range of delivery patterns to suit school preferences including:

  • Conference days, twilights and weekend sessions delivered at our Hope Park Campus
  • Bespoke programmes/consultancy delivered at Hope Park Campus or onsite training at your school
  • Fully accredited CPD modules and programmes of study at Masters level.

All CPD courses offered by Liverpool Hope are based on inquiry and research into your practice and are designed to affect a real and lasting practical impact on the teaching and learning in your school and on school improvement.

We are happy to make a visit and discuss your requirements with you at your school.

For further information please contact:


The CPD Team

T: 0151 291 3061/3093

E: cpd@hope.ac.uk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Accredited CPD

‌Liverpool Hope University offers 30 credit Masters level CPD modules, designed specifically for graduates of our own and other ITT programmes, as well as opportunities for more experienced practitioners to specialise in particular areas of interest - such as SEN or Leadership & Management. The modules can be taken as stand-alone CPD or can be used to build towards a full Masters award.

Progression Opportunities

Please see our new Professional Masters Opportunities Booklet for further information about our Masters in Professional Practice (MA / MEd) as well as our stand-alone CPD Modules or please e-mail: cpd@hope.ac.uk should you require any further information.

Please also see our Postgraduate Degrees Section to view further information about our Masters in Professional Practice (MA / MEd) by clicking on the relevant 'tab'.

 

CourseMasters Credits OverviewSuitable for 

Developing Practice for Early Career Teachers

 30 Credits This module supports the development of professional practice for those teachers in the early stages of their careers.

Newly Qualified Teachers (NQTs)

Recently Qualified Teachers (RQTs) 

Researching Practice  30 Credits  This module provides an opportunity to undertake professional development within a school or other setting. Teachers and professionals working within an educational setting. 
Aspiring Subject Leaders  30 Credits  This module will enable aspiring and new subject leaders to acquire the skills, knowledge and capabilities needed to lead sustainable improvement, whilst also giving participants the opportunity to critically analyse the challenges facing the subject area.  Aspiring and new subject leaders. 
Coaching, Mentoring and Training in Education  30 Credits  This module focuses on contemporary issues, debates and developing practice in the field of mentoring and coaching relevant to an educational setting.  Professionals in a coaching, mentoring and/or training role within an educational setting.

Education Leadership and Management I and II 

I: Perspectives on Leadership

II: Working Effectively With Others

2 x 30 Credits  These modules offer a unique combination of policy and practice based perspectives on leadership and leadership within education, and builds on participants' understanding and experience of leadership and management of schools and education systems.  Teachers, Middle and Senior Managers/Leaders, Professionals working within an educational context.

 

Learn more about fees (including bursaries) which may be available to you in our Professional Masters (CPD) Fees guide

 

Non-Accredited CPD

At Liverpool Hope University, we believe that professional development is crucial at every stage of a teacher’s career. Showing a commitment to CPD not only helps to enhance career progression prospects, but is also key to giving teachers confidence that they are performing to the best of their ability.

Our dedicated Hope Schools Advisory Service (Hope SAS) has been developed to offer, and deliver, a range of non-accredited CPD routes to directly support teachers and support staff in meeting individual and school priorities. This includes:

  1. Bespoke CPD training/consultancy can be developed to meet your own school improvement priorities or organisational needs. These tailored sessions can be delivered flexibly on INSET days, twilights or over full/half day sessions at your school or at our Hope Park Campus.
  2. Professional Hope: A variety of non-accredited CPD sessions and/or courses are delivered at our Hope Park campus throughout the academic year for both primary and secondary schools. 

 

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Calendar of Support 2016/17

 Primary Maths CPD Spring Calendar of Events 

Date Title Description Time
Tuesday 7th March 2017 Algebra in KS2 for Teaching Assistants

An opportunity for teaching assistants to explore the requirements of the National Curriculum in Key Stage 2 for algebra.  This practical session will support them in developing their own subject knowledge relating to algebra and identify how they can support learners in this aspect of mathematics.

1:00pm - 4:00pm

 

 

 Primary English Calendar of Events - Delivery by The Literacy Company

Date Title Description Time
Tuesday 7th March 2017 Developing your English curriculum using a text based approach to learning for KS1 and KS2 Subject Leads

 

 This half day session for subject leaders will look at developing the English curriculum using a text based approach to learning. The approach will be explored using a high-quality picture book and a wealth of ideas will be shared which include embedding Talk for writing strategies. This can be shared with your staff back at school.

There will also be an opportunity during the session to support the mapping out of an English curriculum by looking at a wealth of high quality picture books-these will support cross curricular opportunities across school.

Where this approach has been adopted by schools we have had extremely positive feedback about the impact on pupil engagement and consequently their progress.  

 9:15am - 12:00pm

 

Primary English CPD Events - Delivery by LHU

Date Title Description Time
Wednesday 8th February 2017 Guided Reading  The ultimate aim of all reading is to enable learners to become independent readers who are able to read, understand and appreciate texts.

 

Guided reading is an instructional approach that involves an adult working with a small group of children who demonstrate similar reading behaviours and can all read similar levels of texts. The adult’s role in guided reading is to facilitate and scaffold the learning to develop reading proficiency. 

9:00am - 12:00pm
Wednesday 8th February 2017 Reciprocal Reading  The ultimate aim of all reading is to enable learners to become independent readers who are able to read, understand and appreciate texts.

 

Reciprocal reading is a powerful research-based technique which provides a framework for teaching the skills necessary for good comprehension. It is an instructional activity which involves the adult modelling, then helping children to lead group discussions using four strategies: summarising, questioning, clarifying and predicting. 

1:00pm - 4:00pm

 

Early Years Foundation Stage CPD Calendar of Events

 

Date Title Description Time
Wednesday 15th March 2017 Developing rich contexts for literacy in EYFS

This course will look at the potential of using stories and books to ignite children’s interests and inspire children in the EYFS to read and write. Ideas to use a range of engaging texts and playful experiences, which will impact on children’s learning and development, will be discussed and resources shared.

1:00pm - 4:00pm

 

Anti-Bullying and Anger Management Workshops for Primary and Secondary - Delivered by Brave the Rage

Brave the Rage is an Anti-Bullying and Anger Management Training provider for children, young people, professionals and parents. Brave the Rage provides comprehensive, interactive, creative and practical sustainable life skills to combat bullying, anger and improve personal and emotional wellbeing.

Tuesday 14th February 2017 - Feeling Safe in the Playground and School‌ - Primary - 9:00am - 4:00pm

  • Defining Vulnerability, Anger and Child Personality Types
  • Solutions to Bullying, CyberBullying and Sexting
  • The difference between Bullying and Teasing
  • Consequences of Stress & Anger
  • Identifying Feelings and Emotions
  • Best Practice Questioning & Listening Skills
  • How to Identify and Manage Anger and Aggression
  • The simple ‘5 Step by Step Solutions’ to Anger
  • Effective Time Out and Relaxation Techniques
  • Developing Resilience and Control: How to Reduce Stress & Anxiety
  • Solutions to Cyber Bullying & Sexting
  • Brave the Rage Bully Defence Tools
  • Improving Assertive and Confidence Building: Practical Techniques
  • Teaching the difference between Passive, Aggressive and Assertive; Toy Role Play
  • The Importance of Friendships & Relationships

Wednesday 15th February 2017 - Keeping Our Young People Safe in a Modern World - Secondary - 9:00am - 4:00pm

  •  Cause and Effect: The Real Picture in a Modern World
  • Vulnerability: Sexual Exploitation & Consequences of Peer Pressure
  • Identifying Risk Factors: Digital Age, Substance Misuse and Self-Harm
  • The Importance of Safeguarding: UK Policy and Legislation
  • Best Practice Guidelines: Intervention, Protection & Prevention
  • UK Referral and Assessment Process: Roles & Responsibilities
  • Change Management, Partnership Working & Positive Relationships
  • Kotters 8 Step by Step Change for Success
  • Reflection, Questioning & Listening Skills
  • Solutions to Cyber Bullying, Sexting and Grooming
  • Increasing Emotional Resilience: Solutions to Vulnerability
  • Confidence and Assertive Building Tools & Techniques
  • Leadership, Presentation and Communication Skills
  • Brave the Rage Tool Box & Action Plan
  • The Essentials: Signposting and Support

 

Non-Partner School Rate:                £100.00

Partner School Rate:*                     £90.00

Liverpool Hope NQT/RQT Rate          £85.00

* A partner school is any school that has an Initial Teacher Education (ITE) partnership arrangement with Liverpool Hope University and who work with our students on providing school placements

 

Computer Science CPD Events

Tuesday 28th February - Computer Science Unplugged - KS2 - 9:00am - 12:00pm

Tuesday 21st March - Understanding Computer Networks - KS2 - 9:00am - 12:00pm

 

“I wanted to write and thank you for the support you gave me last year on moving my teaching towards outstanding. I was observed by my line manager and my lesson was rated as outstanding. You really aided my understanding of what the outstanding criteria involves and gave me some excellent ideas to make my lessons more pupil-centred”.

Head of Department, King David High School, Liverpool

 

For further information and / or to register for any of the above courses please contact:

The CPD Team

Faculty of Education

Liverpool Hope University

Hope Park, Liverpool, L16 9JD.

T: 0151 291 3061/3093

E: cpd@hope.ac.uk

 

 

 

SKE

Mathematics Teacher Subject Specialism Course

Liverpool Hope is offering an NCTL-funded CPD programme for non-specialist teachers of mathematics in schools and colleges. There are no fees. The programme carries accreditation at Masters level as a Postgraduate Certificate, and supports St Helens Teaching School Alliance. ‌

Both courses are for secondary teachers only. Applications are made directly to Liverpool Hope University.

The programme is targeted at mathematics teachers who did not originally qualify in the subject, to strengthen their subject and pedagogical knowledge.

To be eligible to join the course, teachers must have QTS. Priority will be given to applicants who are teaching mathematics in schools.‌

Through attending this course, participants will:

  • encounter new ideas and interconnections in mathematics,
  • in a stimulating, and supportive and collaborative environment,
  • and will be supported in developing more effective approaches to teaching,‌
  • enabling them to teach mathematical concepts with real clarity and insight,
  • to strengthen both their knowledge and confidence in the subject, leading to improved learning for their students.

Between 2007 and 2013, 99 teachers from a wide variety of professional backgrounds have completed the Mathematics Subject Knowledge Enhancement Course (formerly the Mathematics Development Programme for Teachers) at Liverpool Hope.  Hope is now recruiting for the 2016-17 programme and seeks applications at the earliest opportunity.‌

 

Programme Structure

The programme takes place over three terms in 2016-17, starting in early October 2016.  

Taught sessions will take place each term on one Friday and three Saturdays, and regular weekday twilight sessions.  Following induction and initial needs assessment, these sessions will provide a focus upon the key school curriculum areas of Algebra and Number, Geometry, Statistics and Data Handling. The course will also focus upon related research, theories of learning, and academic writing skills.  We hope that this blend of practical mathematics subject and pedagogy input combined with a rigorous academic strand, will provide a powerful mix, enabling course participants to develop an active understanding of the relationship between theory and their own practice.

For more information about this programme please contact:

Katie Booth

Course Administrator

T: 0151 291 3093

E: cpd@hope.ac.uk 

 

National Teaching School Logo
‌ 
St Helen's Teaching School Alliance 

 

 

NQT / RQT

We realise that your first year as a teacher can be both exciting and daunting with many challenges ahead. This is why our commitment to you as a Liverpool Hope student does not stop once you have graduated. We feel it is crucial to continue to support and encourage you during your first year of teaching and beyond to ensure you have a strong foundation to become outstanding practitioners.

The Faculty of Education at Liverpool Hope University offers all NQTs and RQTs the opportunity to engage in a support programme that will help you to update your knowledge, skills and ability in key areas that are essential in becoming an effective and competent teaching practitioner.  Even if you have not secured a teaching position as yet, you will have access to a range of conferences, twilight sessions, online resources and tutor support.

For more information please visit  NQT/RQT Alumni

Contact:

If you would like further information in regards to NQT/RQT engagement, please contact:

 

The NQT Team

Faculty of Education

Liverpool Hope University

Hope Park

Liverpool

L16 9JD

T: 0151 291 3061

E: nqt@hope.ac.uk

Visit our Facebook page here

 

Overview

Welcome 

The Faculty of Education offers an extensive range of high quality Continuing Professional Development (CPD) opportunities for individuals and organisations working within the Education sector. All of our programmes are practice-based and impact driven in order to support high quality teaching and learning and school improvement priorities.

Our CPD portfolio is continually updated to respond quickly to national and local initiatives and has been designed to be delivered in a flexible way. We offer a range of delivery patterns to suit school preferences including:

  • Conference days, twilights and weekend sessions delivered at our Hope Park Campus
  • Bespoke programmes/consultancy delivered at Hope Park Campus or onsite training at your school
  • Fully accredited CPD modules and programmes of study at Masters level.

All CPD courses offered by Liverpool Hope are based on inquiry and research into your practice and are designed to affect a real and lasting practical impact on the teaching and learning in your school and on school improvement.

We are happy to make a visit and discuss your requirements with you at your school.

For further information please contact:


The CPD Team

T: 0151 291 3061/3093

E: cpd@hope.ac.uk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Accredited CPD

‌Liverpool Hope University offers 30 credit Masters level CPD modules, designed specifically for graduates of our own and other ITT programmes, as well as opportunities for more experienced practitioners to specialise in particular areas of interest - such as SEN or Leadership & Management. The modules can be taken as stand-alone CPD or can be used to build towards a full Masters award.

Progression Opportunities

Please see our new Professional Masters Opportunities Booklet for further information about our Masters in Professional Practice (MA / MEd) as well as our stand-alone CPD Modules or please e-mail: cpd@hope.ac.uk should you require any further information.

Please also see our Postgraduate Degrees Section to view further information about our Masters in Professional Practice (MA / MEd) by clicking on the relevant 'tab'.

 

CourseMasters Credits OverviewSuitable for 

Developing Practice for Early Career Teachers

 30 Credits This module supports the development of professional practice for those teachers in the early stages of their careers.

Newly Qualified Teachers (NQTs)

Recently Qualified Teachers (RQTs) 

Researching Practice  30 Credits  This module provides an opportunity to undertake professional development within a school or other setting. Teachers and professionals working within an educational setting. 
Aspiring Subject Leaders  30 Credits  This module will enable aspiring and new subject leaders to acquire the skills, knowledge and capabilities needed to lead sustainable improvement, whilst also giving participants the opportunity to critically analyse the challenges facing the subject area.  Aspiring and new subject leaders. 
Coaching, Mentoring and Training in Education  30 Credits  This module focuses on contemporary issues, debates and developing practice in the field of mentoring and coaching relevant to an educational setting.  Professionals in a coaching, mentoring and/or training role within an educational setting.

Education Leadership and Management I and II 

I: Perspectives on Leadership

II: Working Effectively With Others

2 x 30 Credits  These modules offer a unique combination of policy and practice based perspectives on leadership and leadership within education, and builds on participants' understanding and experience of leadership and management of schools and education systems.  Teachers, Middle and Senior Managers/Leaders, Professionals working within an educational context.

 

Learn more about fees (including bursaries) which may be available to you in our Professional Masters (CPD) Fees guide

 

Non-Accredited CPD

At Liverpool Hope University, we believe that professional development is crucial at every stage of a teacher’s career. Showing a commitment to CPD not only helps to enhance career progression prospects, but is also key to giving teachers confidence that they are performing to the best of their ability.

Our dedicated Hope Schools Advisory Service (Hope SAS) has been developed to offer, and deliver, a range of non-accredited CPD routes to directly support teachers and support staff in meeting individual and school priorities. This includes:

  1. Bespoke CPD training/consultancy can be developed to meet your own school improvement priorities or organisational needs. These tailored sessions can be delivered flexibly on INSET days, twilights or over full/half day sessions at your school or at our Hope Park Campus.
  2. Professional Hope: A variety of non-accredited CPD sessions and/or courses are delivered at our Hope Park campus throughout the academic year for both primary and secondary schools. 

 

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Calendar of Support 2016/17

 Primary Maths CPD Spring Calendar of Events 

Date Title Description Time
Tuesday 7th March 2017 Algebra in KS2 for Teaching Assistants

An opportunity for teaching assistants to explore the requirements of the National Curriculum in Key Stage 2 for algebra.  This practical session will support them in developing their own subject knowledge relating to algebra and identify how they can support learners in this aspect of mathematics.

1:00pm - 4:00pm

 

 

 Primary English Calendar of Events - Delivery by The Literacy Company

Date Title Description Time
Tuesday 7th March 2017 Developing your English curriculum using a text based approach to learning for KS1 and KS2 Subject Leads

 

 This half day session for subject leaders will look at developing the English curriculum using a text based approach to learning. The approach will be explored using a high-quality picture book and a wealth of ideas will be shared which include embedding Talk for writing strategies. This can be shared with your staff back at school.

There will also be an opportunity during the session to support the mapping out of an English curriculum by looking at a wealth of high quality picture books-these will support cross curricular opportunities across school.

Where this approach has been adopted by schools we have had extremely positive feedback about the impact on pupil engagement and consequently their progress.  

 9:15am - 12:00pm

 

Primary English CPD Events - Delivery by LHU

Date Title Description Time
Wednesday 8th February 2017 Guided Reading  The ultimate aim of all reading is to enable learners to become independent readers who are able to read, understand and appreciate texts.

 

Guided reading is an instructional approach that involves an adult working with a small group of children who demonstrate similar reading behaviours and can all read similar levels of texts. The adult’s role in guided reading is to facilitate and scaffold the learning to develop reading proficiency. 

9:00am - 12:00pm
Wednesday 8th February 2017 Reciprocal Reading  The ultimate aim of all reading is to enable learners to become independent readers who are able to read, understand and appreciate texts.

 

Reciprocal reading is a powerful research-based technique which provides a framework for teaching the skills necessary for good comprehension. It is an instructional activity which involves the adult modelling, then helping children to lead group discussions using four strategies: summarising, questioning, clarifying and predicting. 

1:00pm - 4:00pm

 

Early Years Foundation Stage CPD Calendar of Events

 

Date Title Description Time
Wednesday 15th March 2017 Developing rich contexts for literacy in EYFS

This course will look at the potential of using stories and books to ignite children’s interests and inspire children in the EYFS to read and write. Ideas to use a range of engaging texts and playful experiences, which will impact on children’s learning and development, will be discussed and resources shared.

1:00pm - 4:00pm

 

Anti-Bullying and Anger Management Workshops for Primary and Secondary - Delivered by Brave the Rage

Brave the Rage is an Anti-Bullying and Anger Management Training provider for children, young people, professionals and parents. Brave the Rage provides comprehensive, interactive, creative and practical sustainable life skills to combat bullying, anger and improve personal and emotional wellbeing.

Tuesday 14th February 2017 - Feeling Safe in the Playground and School‌ - Primary - 9:00am - 4:00pm

  • Defining Vulnerability, Anger and Child Personality Types
  • Solutions to Bullying, CyberBullying and Sexting
  • The difference between Bullying and Teasing
  • Consequences of Stress & Anger
  • Identifying Feelings and Emotions
  • Best Practice Questioning & Listening Skills
  • How to Identify and Manage Anger and Aggression
  • The simple ‘5 Step by Step Solutions’ to Anger
  • Effective Time Out and Relaxation Techniques
  • Developing Resilience and Control: How to Reduce Stress & Anxiety
  • Solutions to Cyber Bullying & Sexting
  • Brave the Rage Bully Defence Tools
  • Improving Assertive and Confidence Building: Practical Techniques
  • Teaching the difference between Passive, Aggressive and Assertive; Toy Role Play
  • The Importance of Friendships & Relationships

Wednesday 15th February 2017 - Keeping Our Young People Safe in a Modern World - Secondary - 9:00am - 4:00pm

  •  Cause and Effect: The Real Picture in a Modern World
  • Vulnerability: Sexual Exploitation & Consequences of Peer Pressure
  • Identifying Risk Factors: Digital Age, Substance Misuse and Self-Harm
  • The Importance of Safeguarding: UK Policy and Legislation
  • Best Practice Guidelines: Intervention, Protection & Prevention
  • UK Referral and Assessment Process: Roles & Responsibilities
  • Change Management, Partnership Working & Positive Relationships
  • Kotters 8 Step by Step Change for Success
  • Reflection, Questioning & Listening Skills
  • Solutions to Cyber Bullying, Sexting and Grooming
  • Increasing Emotional Resilience: Solutions to Vulnerability
  • Confidence and Assertive Building Tools & Techniques
  • Leadership, Presentation and Communication Skills
  • Brave the Rage Tool Box & Action Plan
  • The Essentials: Signposting and Support

 

Non-Partner School Rate:                £100.00

Partner School Rate:*                     £90.00

Liverpool Hope NQT/RQT Rate          £85.00

* A partner school is any school that has an Initial Teacher Education (ITE) partnership arrangement with Liverpool Hope University and who work with our students on providing school placements

 

Computer Science CPD Events

Tuesday 28th February - Computer Science Unplugged - KS2 - 9:00am - 12:00pm

Tuesday 21st March - Understanding Computer Networks - KS2 - 9:00am - 12:00pm

 

“I wanted to write and thank you for the support you gave me last year on moving my teaching towards outstanding. I was observed by my line manager and my lesson was rated as outstanding. You really aided my understanding of what the outstanding criteria involves and gave me some excellent ideas to make my lessons more pupil-centred”.

Head of Department, King David High School, Liverpool

 

For further information and / or to register for any of the above courses please contact:

The CPD Team

Faculty of Education

Liverpool Hope University

Hope Park, Liverpool, L16 9JD.

T: 0151 291 3061/3093

E: cpd@hope.ac.uk

 

 

 

SKE

Mathematics Teacher Subject Specialism Course

Liverpool Hope is offering an NCTL-funded CPD programme for non-specialist teachers of mathematics in schools and colleges. There are no fees. The programme carries accreditation at Masters level as a Postgraduate Certificate, and supports St Helens Teaching School Alliance. ‌

Both courses are for secondary teachers only. Applications are made directly to Liverpool Hope University.

The programme is targeted at mathematics teachers who did not originally qualify in the subject, to strengthen their subject and pedagogical knowledge.

To be eligible to join the course, teachers must have QTS. Priority will be given to applicants who are teaching mathematics in schools.‌

Through attending this course, participants will:

  • encounter new ideas and interconnections in mathematics,
  • in a stimulating, and supportive and collaborative environment,
  • and will be supported in developing more effective approaches to teaching,‌
  • enabling them to teach mathematical concepts with real clarity and insight,
  • to strengthen both their knowledge and confidence in the subject, leading to improved learning for their students.

Between 2007 and 2013, 99 teachers from a wide variety of professional backgrounds have completed the Mathematics Subject Knowledge Enhancement Course (formerly the Mathematics Development Programme for Teachers) at Liverpool Hope.  Hope is now recruiting for the 2016-17 programme and seeks applications at the earliest opportunity.‌

 

Programme Structure

The programme takes place over three terms in 2016-17, starting in early October 2016.  

Taught sessions will take place each term on one Friday and three Saturdays, and regular weekday twilight sessions.  Following induction and initial needs assessment, these sessions will provide a focus upon the key school curriculum areas of Algebra and Number, Geometry, Statistics and Data Handling. The course will also focus upon related research, theories of learning, and academic writing skills.  We hope that this blend of practical mathematics subject and pedagogy input combined with a rigorous academic strand, will provide a powerful mix, enabling course participants to develop an active understanding of the relationship between theory and their own practice.

For more information about this programme please contact:

Katie Booth

Course Administrator

T: 0151 291 3093

E: cpd@hope.ac.uk 

 

National Teaching School Logo
‌ 
St Helen's Teaching School Alliance 

 

 

NQT / RQT

We realise that your first year as a teacher can be both exciting and daunting with many challenges ahead. This is why our commitment to you as a Liverpool Hope student does not stop once you have graduated. We feel it is crucial to continue to support and encourage you during your first year of teaching and beyond to ensure you have a strong foundation to become outstanding practitioners.

The Faculty of Education at Liverpool Hope University offers all NQTs and RQTs the opportunity to engage in a support programme that will help you to update your knowledge, skills and ability in key areas that are essential in becoming an effective and competent teaching practitioner.  Even if you have not secured a teaching position as yet, you will have access to a range of conferences, twilight sessions, online resources and tutor support.

For more information please visit  NQT/RQT Alumni

Contact:

If you would like further information in regards to NQT/RQT engagement, please contact:

 

The NQT Team

Faculty of Education

Liverpool Hope University

Hope Park

Liverpool

L16 9JD

T: 0151 291 3061

E: nqt@hope.ac.uk

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