Training and CPD for teachers
Schools and colleges
Our CPD and bespoke teacher training is for you to stay updated with the latest changes in higher education, so you can continue giving your students expert advice.
We’ve made this easier for you to access online and around your work commitments with our webinars. And we’ll deliver our sessions on our campus, or at your school or college at your request. It’s all free, and can be shared with your colleagues.
Whether you’re a new or an experienced adviser, we’ll give you the chance to refresh your knowledge, improve your skills and reflect on best practice.
Here's what's coming up. Simply book your place below to join any of the sessions.
Live Q&As and 'Hot Topics'
Get the answers you need to guide your students. Our live webinars with Q&As explore different areas of higher education support, with advice on best practice, and a chance to ask us your questions.
Our 'Hot Topic' discussions focus on key changes in the sector, and how new and existing challenges are being approached.
Stay informed, hear from people like you and find the answers to your questions – we'll speak to experienced teachers and advisers on a live panel, so you can get valuable insight into how other schools and colleges are managing their processes.
As a referee, you’re giving universities an informed and academic assessment of your students’ suitability for further study. But what are admissions officers looking for? Whether you're experienced or new to writing references, this webinar covers the guidelines, structure and advice for writing standout UCAS references for your students.
Independent learning is a skill that’s required as soon as your students start university. Join our guest speakers in this 'Hot Topic' discussion as we talk about how to advise students on learning independently, so they can develop their critical thinking, problem solving, action planning and time management skills ready for university.
One thing your students need to organise before starting their undergraduate course is how to fund their tuition. We’ll help you allay their worries and reassure them that university is accessible to everyone. Join our student finance team, as they discuss the funding options available, key dates for the diary and all things student finance.
Whether it’s a HE fair, a carousel of talks during a progression day – or something alike, we’re here to help you make your HE activity a success. In this 'Hot Topic' webinar, our experienced team from schools and colleges in the South East share their advice and guidance for arranging and delivering successful HE events.
Learn and earn. Are some of your students thinking about earning a salary while they study? They can if they decide to do a degree apprenticeship. They’ll combine academic study with on-the-job experience, enhancing their employment skills. In this webinar, we'll discuss what degree apprenticeships are, the funding options available and how students can apply for them.
Like you, we’re passionate about inspiring students to reach their potential.
Our annual HE Advisers Conference explores how we can collaborate to help students with university choices and empower them to succeed. It’s built for you, to build a future where more students achieve their ambitions.
A day of fresh ideas and big questions. What else can we do to help students secure a world-class education, equal opportunities and a sustainable future?
You can expect workshops, taster sessions, HE sector updates (including issues affecting partner schools and colleges), networking opportunities and more.
Usually hosted on campus, we're looking to bring you this event in May 2021. An update on the conference will be provided in December 2020.