Face to face workshops

Find out about, request or register for workshops in your UK region or check out opportunities and apply to attend workshops across Europe.

UK professional development workshops

Introduction to eTwinning, Leeds.

What: Introduction to eTwinning led by Ambassador Jo Speak from Oakwood Primary Academy, Leeds.
Why: Find out how to partner with schools in Europe using eTwinning to support school development objectives.
When: Monday 6 February from 4.00-6.00pm.
Where: Leeds City Academy,Bedford Field, Woodhouse Cliff, Leeds LS6 2LG.
Who: School leaders, governors, teachers and classroom assistants from Yorkshire and Humberside.
How: To book a place please contact Jo Speak.

Introduction to eTwinning, Lincoln.

What: Basic introduction to eTwinning covering: the portal, eTwinning Live, Twinspace, how eTwinning can help support Erasmus+ partnerships. Delivered by an experienced eTwinning ambassador.
When: Thursday 2 March from 3.45-5.00pm.
Where: Barnes Wallis Academy, Butt's Lane, Tattershall, Lincoln LN4 4PN.
Who: Teachers of any subject and age group, suitable for beginners to eTwinning.
How: If interested in attending either or both workshops, please contact Kelly Doherty.

eTwinning and Erasmus+ for inclusion, Belfast.

What: How eTwinning and Erasmus+ support inclusion in Northern Ireland schools.
When: Tuesday 4 April, 5.30-8.00pm.
Where: Central Belfast (location TBC).
Who:  All school education staff working in Northern Ireland.
How: Register to attend here

eTwinning-Erasmus+ and the Modern Foreign Languages (MFL) English curriculum, Birmingham.

Who: UK school Leaders, department heads, assistant and deputy heads, primary and secondary teachers.
When: Wednesday 26 April, 10.00am - 16.00.
What: Modern Foreign Languages schools policy using eTwinning and Erasmus+.opportunity to meet and network with colleagues from across the UK and to learn from experienced eTwinning teacher ambassadors. Course fees and lunch costs for both will be covered by the British Council.
Where: De Vere Colmore Gate, Birmingham, West Midlands, B3 2QD.
How: Register to attend here.

eTwinning-Erasmus+ for teacher professional development, Manchester.

Who: UK school Leaders, department heads, assistant and deputy heads, primary and secondary.
When: Wednesday 29 March, 10.00am-4.00pm.
What: Teacher professional development using eTwinning, Erasmus+.
Where: Radisson Blu Edwardian Manchester, Free Trade Hall, Peter St, Manchester M2 5GP.
How: Register to attend here.

European professional development workshops

Multilateral workshop, Poland.

Who: Primary and secondary teachers of any subject area with an interest in starting a coding project with an international partner school.
What: An eTwinning multilateral workshop in Poland on the theme of coding with eTwinning. This workshop will bring teachers from across Europe together to learn more about coding, share good practice and meet new partners. The key aim is for teachers to start an international coding project with other schools in Europe.
When: 23- 26 March 2017.
Where: Warsaw, Poland
Deadline: The deadline for this opportunity has now passed.

Multilateral workshop, Norway.

Who:
Nursery teachers.
What: An eTwinning multilateral seminar in Oslo, on the theme of creative use of ICT in nursery education. Join teachers from the UK, Norway, Denmark, Estonia and Malta together to share good practice and ideas on the creative use of ICT in nursery education. The key aim of the seminar is for teachers to meet new partners and to register new and exciting eTwinning projects on the theme.
When: 4 May - 7 May 2017.
Where: The Norwegian Centre for ICT in Education, Oslo, Norway.
Deadline: The deadline for applications is Sunday 26 February 2017. The UK National Support Service for eTwinning will let you know if you have been selected by no later than Friday 3 March.
How: Apply here.

Multilateral workshop, Germany.

Who: Secondary teachers of any subject area.
What: Professional Development Workshop in Munich, on the theme of inclusion through cultural education. The workshop will provide training and professional development to teachers from across Europe on inclusion through cultural education. Workshops will cover arts, music, language/writing, performance and digital media. In addition, delegates will have the opportunity to share good practice, network and set up high quality eTwinning projects on the theme.
When: 4 May-6 May 2017.
Where: Holiday Inn München-Unterhaching Munich, Germany.
Deadline: The deadline for applications is Sunday 26 February 2017. The UK National Support Service for eTwinning will let you know if you have been selected by no later than Friday 3 March.
How: Apply here.

Multilateral workshop, UK.

Who: Primary teachers of any subject area.
What: An eTwinning multilateral workshop in the UK on the theme of literacy. Join teachers from 16 countries to learn more about eTwinning, and how eTwinning projects can support literacy in the primary curriculum.  The key aim  is for teachers to meet new partners, share good practice and  start an eTwinning project.
When: 25- 27 May 2017.
Where: Hilton Gateshead, Newcastle, UK
Deadline: The deadline for applications is Sunday 26 March 2017. The UK National Support Service for eTwinning will let you know if you have been selected by no later than Friday 31 March.
How: Apply here.

Bilateral workshop, France. 

Who:  Secondary teachers of any subject area interested in setting up an eTwinning project with a French school.
What: The workshop will bring teachers from the UK and France together to share good practice meet new partners and to plan and register new and exciting eTwinning projects.
When: 29 September- 01 October 2017.
Where: France – exact location TBC.
Deadline: Applications will open on Monday10 April  2017.

Multilateral workshop, Latvia.

Who:
Nursery teachers.
What: This workshop focuses on creating eTwinning projects in a pre-school environment and will bring pre school teachers from the UK, Czech Republic, Lithuania, Poland and Croatia together to share good practice and ideas and to meet new partners. The key aim is to register new and exciting eTwinning projects with the support of  experienced eTwinning Ambassadors  who will provide training on creating projects for this age group.
When: 13-15 September 2017.
Where: Riga, Latvia.
How: Applications for this multilateral workshop will open on Monday 10 April 2017.

Thematic workshop, Greece.

Who: Teachers of any subject area and age group. for all teachers from any subject area from across Europe.
What: A professional development workhop on the theme of computational thinking. 
When: September 2017.
Where: Greece, Exact date TBC.
How: Applications for this conference will open on Monday 10 April 2017.

Multilateral workshop, Georgia.

Who: Primary and secondary teachers.
What: A multilateral workshop for eTwinning beginners on the theme of history and culture This workshop will bring teachers from across Europe together to share good practice and meet partners. .Participants will be supported to create and register new and exciting eTwinning projects on the theme. 
When: 10-13 October  2017.
Where: Tblisi, Georgia.
Deadline: Applications will open on Monday 10 April 2017.

Multilateral workshop, Slovakia.

Who:
Pre primary and primary teachers of any subject area.
What: An eTwinning professional development workshop in Bratislava , on the theme of  school inclusion. A workshop providing training and professional development to primary and pre primary teachers from across Europe on the theme of school inclusion through cultural education. In addition, delegates will have the opportunity to share good practice, network and set up high quality eTwinning projects on the theme.
When: 5-7 October 2017.
Where: Bratislava , Slovakia.
How: Applications will open on Monday 10 April 2017. 

Multilateral workshop, Germany.

Who: Secondary MFL teachers.
What: Multilateral workshop in Trier on the theme of modern foreign languages (MFL).The aim is to bring MFL teachers from the UK, Belgium, Netherlands Luxembourg and France together to share good practice and ideas , network  and register new and exciting eTwinning projects.
When: 16-18 November.
Where: Trier, Germany.
How: Applications will open on Monday 10 April 2017.

Bilateral workshop, Ireland. 

Who:
Teachers looking to set up an eTwinning project with an Irish school.
What: The workshop will bring teachers from the UK and Ireland together to share good practice meet new partners and to register new and exciting eTwinning projects. 
When: November, 2017.
Where: Ireland – exact location TBC. 
How: Applications will open on Monday 10 April 2017.

Multilateral workshop, Greece.

Who: Primary Teachers, eTwinning beginners.
What: A Multilateral workshop for eTwinning beginners on the theme of creativity in eTwinning projects  This workshop will bring teachers from across Europe together to share good practice and meet partners. Teachers will be supported to plan and register creative eTwinning projects. 
When: November 2017. 
Where: Greece – exact location TBC. 
How: Applications will open on Monday 10 April  2017.

Multilateral workshop, Spain.

Who: Secondary school Spanish teachers. 
What: A multilateral workshop for Spanish teachers. The working language will be Spanish. The aim is to bring Spanish teachers from across Europe together to share good practice, meet partners and register new and exciting eTwinning projects through the medium of Spanish.
When: November 2017.
Where: Spain – exact location TBC.
How: Applications will open on Monday 10 April 2017.

Arrange a free workshop in your area.

Free workshops are held in the morning, full day, late afternoon sessions, or INSET days. We will:

  • arrange a date, time, workshop theme
  • provide the venue, including equipment hire and refreshments (this can be your own school)
  • identify eTwinning experts in your area to deliver the session
  • ask for your help to contact teachers in your area to attend the workshop
  • cover costs such as venue and equipment hire, supply cover for speakers (and their associated travel and accommodation costs), and refreshments. (Unfortunately we cannot meet supply cover costs for participants).

Email us to arrange a free workshop.