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Teacher education futures across UK Wales - University of Wales

Date(s) Tuesday 18 October 2011
Venue University of Wales
New City campus
Room: The Board Room
Organised by TEAN and ESCalate working together for the future of teacher education
In partnership with TEAN and ESCalate

What is the workshop about?

'Identifying the challenges for Wales; working together to seek solutions'
TEAN is running workshops specific to Scotland, Wales, England and Northern Ireland on the theme of the future of teacher education. This final event in the series is dedicated to teacher education in Wales. It will give colleagues the opportunity to come together discuss the challenges for the future of teacher education in Wales and to work together to seek effective solutions. All outcomes of the day will be published on the TEAN and ESCalate websites.


TEAN welcomes Angela Jardine, Chair of the General Teaching Council for Wales to give the opening keynote of the workshop, considering the recent developments with regard to teacher education in Wales. To start afternoon discussions, we welcome Dr Carl Peters, Dean of the Newport School of Education to give the second keynote of the day and take the debate concerning teacher education forward.

Who is it for?

This event will be appropriate for all Initial Teacher educators in Wales, from HEIs or schools, and all those from organisations with an interest in Initial Teacher Education in Wales.

For more information, please download the Flyer and Programme, available on the right of this page.


For directions to the campus, please click: Travel directions Also, please note that the event is being held in the new CITY CAMPUS (opened in 2011) – full details of how to get there can be found under the travel directions link.

To Register

To register for this event, please complete the online registration form available in the links section on the right of this page.

The cost of the seminar is £30 (a reduced fee because of ESCalate sponsorship of this event)

Closing date for registrations: 3rd October 2011