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The Educational Colloquium and Continuing Professional Development Programme 2017/18
The Educational Colloquium of the Universities of Glasgow, Strathclyde, and the West of Scotland invites you to participate in a series of presentations/workshops/ discussions in our new winter programme. The programme (See details below) is designed for individuals from all sectors – nurseries, schools, colleges, universities with an interest in topical subjects in education and related disciplines. We think it represents the best value CPD in Scotland. The Colloquium is a registered CPD provider and the full programme counts as 10 hours of CPD, 2 hours per meeting. CPD certificates are available at all meetings. If you would like to find out what it is like and meet a great group of people just come along to a meeting, without charge…and bring a friend! We start all meetings with a little free hospitality and you will be made most welcome…and we will gently encourage you to join the Colloquium. The Chair of the Colloquium for 2016/17 is Professor Donald Gillies, Dean of the School of Education, University of the West of Scotland.
You can join by just coming along to a meeting or by contacting Margaret McFarlane
at the e-
The regular meetings will be held in The School of Education, University of Glasgow, St Andrew’s Building, 11 Eldon Street, on the first Thursday of every month at 5:30 for 6:00pm
Educational Colloquium Programme 2017 – 2018
Regular meetings will be held in the School of Education, University of Glasgow. St Andrew’s Building, 11 Eldon Street, Glasgow G3 6HN at 5.30 for 6.00 p.m.
Thursday 1st March, 2018 Jacqui Lynam, Headteacher, Clydebank High School, and Linda Booth, Headteacher St. Peter the Apostle High School, Clydebank
Subject “Pupil Equity Fund.
Membership of the Educational Colloquium
The Educational Colloquium was originally an association of M.Ed. graduates of the University of Glasgow. The Universities of Strathclyde and the West of Scotland joined the association. It has now evolved and the committee encourages colleagues from across the educational landscape to become members. Also, guests will be most welcome at all meetings without charge.
Annual membership subscription is:
Individual £15/ School, Early Years Establishment £15*/ Education authority £30*
See website to pay with Paypal
(*For this programme individual schools, early years establishments and education authorities can take out a membership which would allow any member of staff to attend all of the meetings.)
Enquiries to Margaret McFarlane: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Educational Colloquium would like to thank Professor Trevor Gale for all his help and support.