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Come and work for Creative Education!

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We are looking for inspiring, engaging, experienced and talented trainers to lead some of our 1,900 courses in-house or open courses across the UK and internationally.

Creative Education have been providing the training, senior leaders and consultancy services that are raising standards in thousands of schools and colleges across the UK and the world for over 30 years and are highly respected within the industry.

As one of our trainers you will have the opportunity to:

  • research new ideas and approaches as you teach others
  • work on major projects that will really make a difference to schools and colleges
  • hone your skills and develop new ones such as training large numbers of delegates, learning flexible approaches to meet a variety of needs and being able to measure impact.

Our trainers have been rated 97% good or outstanding so you will certainly be in strong company.

So if you feel that this is the opportunity for you and you have the skills and experience that you think will be of benefit to us, please let us know by completing this form. We look forward to hearing from you.

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Course title Current programme Tender document
Special Needs and PE: Practical Inclusion Strategies View course ITT document
SEN in the Maths Classroom View course ITT document
Developing the Role of the Subject Leader in Special Schools View course ITT document
PSHE and Citizenship in Special Schools View course ITT document
SEN in the Science Laboratory View course ITT document
Observing Lessons in Special Schools Using the New Ofsted Criteria View course ITT document
Sex and Relationship Education for Students with SEN View course ITT document
Making Maths Exciting in the Special School View course ITT document
Science in the Special School View course ITT document
Raising Achievement for Students on the Autistic Spectrum View course ITT document

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