Online training and support for schools

Our comprehensive online CPD courses for all school staff provide practical strategies ensuring the effective implementation of all areas of the curriculum. We also provide extended courses for those in a school management role.
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Featured Instructors


Carys Gwent

Carys Gwent is a former teacher now working on a freelance basis, developing Welsh Language skills through music and creative activities in English Medium Primary Schools. Last year Carys Gwent was invited by the Welsh department in CSCJES to work with schools to develop Incidental Welsh. As a result of this project, Carys has now launched a Teacher Training Programme and teaching resources to train and support teaching staff by means of an innovative and creative methodology that she has developed.


Nerys Tudor Jones

DESIGN & TECHNOLOGY – Nerys has 20 years teaching experience in Foundation Phase and Key Stage 2. She was senior leader in two schools and Deputy Head Teacher for 6 years. Nerys has also worked on Welsh Government projects writing new materials and producing resources, including assessments and examples of best practice. She has presented at several national conferences on various successful design and technology projects including food technology, computer aided designs, healthy eating weeks, electrical and computer control. Nerys is an author of educational books and has worked on various projects with the Design and Technology Association including ‘Projects on a Page’.

Linzi Robinson

Linzi Robinson is an experienced primary school teacher and a mother of two young children. Initially trained in the foundation phase, Linzi has considerable experience across PS 1, 2 & 3. Linzi has also worked as a karate instructor, and has delivered music lessons to schools across Torfaen and Monmouthshire for UpBeat Music & Arts. Linzi specialises in the Humanities, co-presenting Humanities AoLE courses with Don Trueman. Linzi Robinson also has involvement in Let’s Work Together! which encourages and develops team working skills at PS1 or PS2.