What can teachers gain from our CPD training events?
As our 2018/19 annual programme of CPD training events
What kind of CPD training does Eduqas offer?
We offer a range of CPD training events designed to support teachers deliver our specifications effectively, and to ensure the best outcomes for their learners.
These events range from specification ‘Briefings’ for those requiring an overview of a qualification that is new to them, to ‘Assessment to Classroom Practice’ events that consider lessons
What type of CPD training is available?
As we know that teachers have different needs and face increasing demands on their time and budgets, we offer different means of accessing training. We offer face-to-face training events, which are held at locations across England and interactive online twilight training events.
How will attending a CPD training course be helpful to me and my department?
CPD allows attendees to receive training from subject specialists, who have extensive knowledge of the specification. Attendees will have the opportunity to look at pedagogical approaches and consider how recent assessment series can inform, develop and improve teaching and learning.
It is also an opportunity to look at
We have been teaching the specification for two years now, why would CPD training still be relevant for us?
Each annual series of CPD will focus on new approaches or common problems that were identified following the recent assessments. The course leader will have marked a range of scripts which puts them in a unique position of being able to advise across questions and abilities.
You will be directed to the latest resources and
Who are your presenters and why do you choose them to deliver CPD training?
Our CPD training presenters are senior examiners who have vast experience in the field of assessment.
For example, our current GCSE English Literature presenter has been a principal examiner, a chair of examiners, a senior team leader and a moderator for
What sort of materials do you provide at CPD?
As an attendee, you will be provided with a comprehensive pack of materials that you can take back to school and share with your department. The pack will contain a range of materials such as marked exemplars, presentations and classroom resources.
For example, in this year’s GCSE English Literature CPD, delegates will receive an amplified mark scheme and posters for their classroom taken from the poetry anthology.
To find out more and to book your place, visit www.eduqas.co.uk/Training
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