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The Educational Colloquium and Continuing Professional Development Programme 2014/15  

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 2015/16 is Professor Donald Gillies. Donald is the Dean of the School of Education, University of the West of Scotland.


The regular meetings will be held in The Faculty/School of Education, St Andrew’s Building, 11 Eldon Street, Glasgow on Thursdays at 7.00 for 7.30pm.


Membership Payments.
Did you know that you are able to pay for your subscription to the Colloquium by “PayPal” this makes it much easier for everybody to pay, it’s safe and all payments are processed automatically via PayPal. PayPal offers an industry standard secure on-line payments system. You can use any credit or debit card to pay via PayPal and can even make payments if you do not have an account.
If you still wish to still pay by snail mail then the option is still open to do so, just go to our Membership page and have a look it couldn’t be easier.