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  • Successful Photography students at AICA Education


    AICA Education has nationally recognized course and their full-time programs can provide advanced standing into University. AICA Education is currently accepting enrolments for the next intake starting in February 2010.


    (Filed: Wed Dec 16 2009)
  • Bitter Sweet Sixteen: UK Vetting Laws


    The education charity WORLDwrite and its online news channel WORLDbytes have released a filmed report entitled Bitter Sweet Sixteen attacking government plans to expand CRB checks to under 18s.


    (Filed: Fri Dec 11 2009)
  • Omniplex partners with Yukon Learning to introduce Cameo to Europe


    Omniplex, a leading provider of e-learning solutions, has announced a partnership with the US-based training specialists, Yukon Learning. As part of this wide-ranging relationship, Omniplex is making Yukon Learning’s breakthrough solution for learning reinforcement and retention – Cameo – available in Europe.


    (Filed: Thu Dec 10 2009)
  • Promethean announces launch of eLearning Award


    Promethean and European Schoolnet announce the launch of the 'Best MST Learning Resource Golden Prize' as part of the eLearning Awards to reward excellence and the best use of technology in education


    (Filed: Wed Dec 02 2009)
  • Positive Parenting

     

    In modern Britain when parents are expecting a baby it is quite natural and almost expected that parents will attend anti-natal courses to prepare them for the birth and maybe the first 6 months of their child’s life.


    (Filed: Tue Dec 01 2009)
  • Next TEFL / TESOL Intensive Course Announced by Eton Institute


    Eton Institute announce the next session for TESOL/TEFL teaching certification courses starting 22 November. These intensive 120 hour courses will equip aspiring teachers with a qualification from London Teacher Training Centre, UK for teaching English as a foreign language.


    (Filed: Mon Nov 16 2009)
  • Teachers across the country join Northgate Managed Services’ experts to share best practice for ICT


    Teachers from around the UK will be joining experts from Northgate Managed Services (www.northgate-is.com/education) on stand D70 at BETT 2010 to share best practice for ICT to enhance learning. Teachers and technology partners will be running Northgate’s Seminar Zone throughout the show, discussing their personal experiences of the dynamic partnership with the ICT specialist and the innovative ways they use technology to engage and improve learning for students. Visitors to the stand can also learn about the benefits of Northgate’s ICT managed service by entering its Interactive Video Pod where they will be able to explore some of Northgate’s schools.


    (Filed: Tue Nov 10 2009)
  • Manage Risk; Avoid Danger – a Sensible Approach to Child Safety.

     

    The Child Safety Education Coalition (CSEC) has recently launched a website dedicated to encouraging and supporting activities which contribute to a reduction in unintended injuries to children and young people. Wire mesh guards are recommended for use in establishments that care for children, elderly and vulnerable people.


    (Filed: Thu Nov 05 2009)
  • Online with Adept


    UK technical software specialist Adept Scientific (Letchworth, Herts) will be at the Online Information 2009 show from 1st to 3rd December at the Grand Hall, Olympia (stand number 416).


    (Filed: Thu Nov 05 2009)
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