LEGO® professional development workshops and training sessions

Looking to get more out of your LEGO® Education resources? We offer a range of services to give you the tools you need to deliver inspiring, creative learning experiences.

What to expect from a LEGO® workshop or training session

Find out how to deliver engaging Computing, STEM and Design & Technology lessons and tick curriculum boxes using LEGO® Education’s innovative resources in one of our sessions. You will get hands on with the LEGO® Education resources and find out how you can really engage your pupils using both concrete and abstract ways of learning.

 

Key Points

  • Hands-on fun sessions.
  • Designed to show you how to use the resources to engage your pupils to meet National Curriculum objectives.
  • LEGO® Education resources and lesson plans enable educators to take children on a learning journey along the continuum from Early Years settings through to Higher Education.
  • Giving educators effective classroom management.
  • Training sessions run by an experienced certified LEGO® Education trainer.

Meet Our LEGO® Trainer Stuart Swann

Stuart qualified as a primary teacher in 1995 and holds a Bachelor of Education. During his school career, he led on music and ICT and developed a bespoke scheme of work for ICT that supported the wider curriculum through innovative, project-based learning.

From 2002 to 2011, Stuart was an Advisory Teacher for ICT in the London Borough of Greenwich, and Manager of the borough’s City Learning Centre scheme. In 2011, he established an educational technology consultancy with a partner (IE Solutions Ltd) which supports schools in the UK and abroad in the development and implementation of Computing curricula.

Stuart has been a Lego Education Academy Certified Trainer since 2011 and regularly delivers training to teachers in both primary and secondary schools and to a diverse range of organisations. He travels globally on behalf of LEGO Education, and has delivered keynotes, training and workshops in Europe, Africa, the Caribbean, and the Middle East. He have written and developed curriculum content for LEGO Education resources. Stuart is a former Vice Chair of NAPE (National Association for Primary Education).

Training Sessions

All of our training sessions are run by a certified LEGO® trainer and can be delivered either in person or virtually. We have different options to suit your busy schedule:            

  1. Twilight (up to 2 Hours) – From £300 ex VAT
  2. Half Day (up to 4 hours) – From £500 ex VAT
  3. Full Day (up to 8 Hours) – From £700 ex VAT
  4. Free taster session (virtually)

Note: To get the most from the free taster session you will need to have access to relevant LEGO® resources.

Demonstrations

Book a free bespoke, product demonstration to allow us to show you how the resources can provide enriching educational experiences at Early Years, Primary, Secondary, and Further Education. These short demonstrations are delivered in under 60 minutes and let you see some of the rich content LEGO® Education offers.

If you would like to find out more about any of these services, please complete the form below and our team will be in contact. In the meantime, head to the Hope Education website to discover more about the wide range LEGO® Education resources we have available.

 

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<a href="https://blog.hope-education.co.uk/author/rachel-porter/" target="_self">Rachel Porter</a>

Rachel Porter

Hope Education writer

16 September 2020

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