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

What: ‘Introduction to eTwinning’ free half day workshop. Join a simple, ready-made project which has been adapted to cover short tasks aimed at each key stage. Joining the project during the workshop will secure the foundation International School Award for your school.

Who? Open to all school teachers of students aged between 3-19. 

When: Wednesday 28 September, 9.30-12.15.

Where: Camden City Learning Centre, London. 

How: Please email etwinning@britishcouncil.org to register your attendance.

If you would like to host a training session in your school please check "Arrange a free workshop in your area" below.

European professional development workshops

The UK National Support Service (NSS) is now recruiting for the following international workshops:

Workshop 1: Immigration and Tolerance

Who: Secondary school teachers of all subjects

What: The working language will be English. Workshop sessions will be varied. Participants will have the chance to benefit from the thematic input of many initiatives working on how to promote democratic citizenship, human rights, mutual respect and tolerance in schools.

When: Thursday 17- Saturday 19 November 2016

Where: Greece

 

Workshop 2: Storytelling

Who: Lower secondary teachers (learners aged 12-16) from social sciences and/or humanities related disciplines

What: The workshop sessions will lead to creation of projects themed around Storytelling. The workshop will develop your skills in the use of eTwinning.

When: Friday 18- Sunday 20 November 2016

Where: Reykjavik, Iceland

 

Workshop 3: Strategic Leadership for high quality eTwinning and Erasmus+ projects

Who: 12 UK-based teachers who are involved in the strategic planning of your school, covering the 11-18 age group in any subject area

What: This workshop will give UK teachers the opportunity to meet and work with teachers from France, Spain and Austria to start eTwinning projects that will be run in school. The overall theme for the event is ‘how eTwinning and Erasmus+ can be used as tools for strategic school improvement’. There will be partner finding activities, project planning workshops and ICT training provided as part of the programme and much more.

When: Thursday 24- Saturday 26 November 2016

Where: Cardiff, UK

 

DEADLINES

Deadline for receiving applications for Workshop 2, “Storytelling: Sunday 25 September 2016 at 23.59. The UK National Support Service for eTwinning will let you know if you have been selected as soon as possible after the deadline date but no later than 30 September 2016.

Deadline for receiving applications for Workshop 1 - “Immigration and Tolerance”, and Workshop 3 - “Strategic Leadership for high quality eTwinning and Erasmus+ projects”: Sunday 2 October 2016 at 23.59. The UK National Support Service for eTwinning will let you know if you have been selected as soon as possible after the deadline date but no later than 12 October 2016.

Apply for these opportunities here.

Arrange a free workshop in your area

Free workshops are held in the morning, full day, twilight 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.