The Teaching And Learning Conference By TLT is fast approaching!

30 September 2017

The free teaching and learning conference has gone from strength to strength. Building upon the huge success of the past four years, we are very excited to offer you a number of inspirational and thought provoking workshops throughout the day covering 9 themes. Each workshop will be led initially by the workshop leader, but will then allow time for collaboration. The aim is to leave each one with an idea of how to adapt, refine and implement what you have seen into your own practice.

Tickets went on sale on SATURDAY 22ND JULY at 9am and sold out by Sunday 23rd July. Please click on the ˜tickets™ and add your name to the waiting list. You will be informed when a ticket becomes available and have a limited time to respond.

Click here for more information on the event.


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