Teacher/ Advisor CPD Webinars 2016 - register your interest
A programme of FREE webinars for teachers and careers advisors who advise and support students in raising their aspirations to progress to higher education.

These webinars are free online information sessions, delivered by university staff and sector experts. The webinars offer short, useful updates for teachers and advisors on key topics related to higher education.

The Teacher/ Advisor CPD Webinars are coordinated and delivered by networks of universities in the south and south west of England, funded by the National Networks for Collaborative Outreach (NNCO) scheme - www.hefce.ac.uk/sas/nnco.

The webinars are free to participate in online - all you need is a computer with internet access and some speakers.
Webinars will take place from 4pm to 5pm on the dates listed below.

Please submit your details below to express interest in any webinars you wish to attend. You will then be sent joining instructions nearer the time by the Network running the webinar.
First name *
Surname *
Job title
What is your job title and/or area of focus?
School/ college name *
School/ college address
School/ college postcode *
Email address *
Your details will be forwarded to the university/ higher education network who will deliver the webinar, so that they can email you with the link and instructions to access the webinar.
How many people will be watching the webinar? *
e.g. 'just me' or 'myself plus 2 colleagues'
Select Webinars
Use the check boxes below to sign up for webinars. You can select as many as you like.
Overcoming the Barriers of HE
Post 16 Progression Pathways: Routes to HE
FE Colleges as Providers of HE
New Qualification Reforms
University Interviews
Student Finance
Higher Apprenticeships- an alternative pathway through HE, 17th March- FULLY BOOKED
Employable Futures
Applying to Oxford and Cambridge
Support Services for students at university
UCAS Personal Statement guidance
Writing a UCAS reference
Supporting Care Leavers in Higher Education
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