Save on CPD and Boost Your Skills!

With summer just around the corner, why not save on our Continuing Professional Development units?

We have released a special summer offer for short courses starting 10 July. Save £10 +VAT per course when you join our July cohort.

Our CPD short courses are delivered entirely online and do not require access to a student or learner, so would be perfect to complete over the summer break.

Suitable for teachers, SENCos, practitioners, teaching assistants, learning support staff, language therapists, tutors, lecturers, and those who support students with literacy difficulties, dyslexia and other specific learning of all levels, our courses focus on nurturing the development of learners within the classroom/learning environment both with and without specific learning difficulties.

Each unit requires between 20-30 hours of study over a seven-week period and tutor support is given through online forums throughout the duration.

For full terms and eligibility, please visit the course of interest here.

Which courses does the discount apply to?

The discount will apply to the following courses for the 10 July 2024 cohort:

The discount will be automatically applied at registration (once you have logged in or registered for an account).

How do I register for this summer CPD offer?

When you are ready to take advantage of this offer, please follow these simple steps:

  1. Please ensure you are logged in or have registered for an account prior to unit registration in order for the discount to be applied to your order.
  2. Choose your CPD unit. A description of all our available courses can be found here
  3. Go to our booking page online to select your chosen course and the date you wish to start e.g., 10 July.
  4. On the next page, click ‘Register now’, you will not need to login again

Please note:

  • Book by 26 June (if an invoice is required upfront select ‘pay later’ option on form, or book by 3 July if paying by credit/debit card at time of registration)
  • The discount cannot be applied in retrospect

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