ASDAN Programmes introductory webinar:
Personal Development Programmes and Short Courses
Who is this training for?
Practitioners interested in extending and accrediting curriculum enrichment activities for the 14-19 age group through the Personal Development Programmes or Short Courses.
Upcoming webinars are listed below.
What are the ASDAN Programmes?
The Personal Development Programmes and Short Courses offer imaginative ways of developing, recording and certificating a wide range of personal qualities, skills and achievements of young people, as well as introducing them to new activities and challenges.
These programmes can be used with students across all ability levels and link to nationally recognised qualifications, which contribute to attainment tables.
Webinar structure and objectives
Our webinars will give you all the information you need to introduce and develop the appropriate programme in your establishment. Practical details and case study examples will be provided to help you run the programmes.
Webinars will be led by staff who have extensive experience of running various ASDAN programmes with young people of all abilities, and who also understand the management and administration involved.
You will also explore how these programmes can contribute towards GCSE-comparable accreditation, through qualifications such as the Award of Personal Effectiveness (AoPE).
Webinar costs and timings
£160 for first delegate
Additional delegate rate: £120
The webinars will involve two sessions on the same day from 10am to 11.30am and from 1.30pm to 3pm.
Please note that bookings must be made five full days before the webinar is due to take place. This is to allow for supporting materials to be posted to a nominated address, free of charge, ahead of the webinar.
In light of the ongoing situation due to Covid-19, we are running webinars in place of in-person workshops until further notice.
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Centres outside the UK and Ireland cannot book on to training workshops via the website.