All CPD and Events

Training and other ATL events are listed below.

Use the filter to find the events that are relevant to you.

‘There isn’t a plaster for that!’ Mental and emotional health issues in education

15 November 2017
Why is it that some topics are still difficult to talk about or even tackle? Why are so many scared of talking, addressing and supporting the needs of our children and staff in an ever changing, stressful and complex system of wellbeing and mental health?

ATL Essex free training day

16 November 2017
ATL Essex is looking to run free a day-time training session for teachers, to include two free CPD sessions and lunch.

Rep induction training (London & South East)

16 November 2017
If you are a new rep or a rep who has not attended training in the last three years you should attend the Induction course in your region.

Wait a Minute Let me Think: Metacognition

16 November 2017
This workshop will build on your understanding of metacognition, thinking about thinking, and how to develop learners’ metacognitive skills to apply this to their learning in the English and Maths.

Stage 1 rep training (South West)

16 November 2017
Workplace Rep Stage 1 (Building ATL in Your Workplace)

Rep induction training (Midlands, Derby)

16 November 2017
If you are a new rep or a rep who has not attended training in the last three years you should attend the Induction course in your region.

Stage 1 rep training (London & South East)

21 November 2017
Workplace Rep Stage 1 (Building ATL in Your Workplace)

Moving into Management in Education

21 November 2017
This workshop is aimed at anyone who is thinking about applying for a leadership Job in Education, or who is newly appointed.

Essential Behaviour Training

21 November 2017
Disruptive student behaviour is an all too common frustration for teachers, lecturers and support staff. Poor behaviour is not only a barrier to learning it can also threaten the health and wellbeing of education professionals. While there is an understandable desire for a “magic key” to behaviour management the reality is that successfully managed classrooms depend on several key factors.

Union Learning Rep stage 1 (York)

22 November 2017
ULRs specialise in advising and supporting members with their continuing personal and professional development. They work closely with school/college members and management to identify ways to improve access and quality of current provision, as well as source new opportunities.