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Green Skills Teacher Training Programme

Maths , English , Digital Skills
Green Skills Teacher Training Programme

This intensive, practical and focused course will equip you with the skills and knowledge to work confidently with the latest around Green Skills in your daily practice.

Supported by the Green Changemakers and funded by the West Midlands Combined Authority, it will create a virtual hub of Green Skills Teachers, to sustainably inform up-to-date practice.

Making full use of the indoor and outdoor space at Fircroft College, teachers will:

  • Explore the AimHiEarth ’15 Green Skills, Clearly Explained’ framework for practice.
  • Co-curate a subject-specific Green Skills resource bank.
  • Prepare and present a Green Skills plan for their subject area.
  • Contribute to subject-specific communities of practice.

Applications are open to FE teachers working in the West Midlands and/or Warwickshire areas. Please note that teachers across *all* curriculum areas are invited. We love our biologists and engineers but we need all specialisms involved to make this work!

Delivery has to complete by 31st March 2024 so please act quickly to book your place.

To book please email amy.dicken@collegeswestmidlands.org.uk and for further information and enquiries please email lou.mycroft@fircroft.ac.uk

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