UK Parliament Train the Trainer Courses – May 2018
UK Parliament’s Education and Engagement service are pleased to announce the launch of two Train the Trainer courses running this May 2018. The free courses support organisations and networks that want to access and deliver parliamentary training, enabling their networks, members and delegates to learn about and engage with the work and processes of the UK Parliament. Both courses are based in Westminster, however we welcome applications from across the UK – if you are accepted onto either course, travel and accommodation will be arranged for you as required. After completion of the course, trainers and organisations will benefit from access to approved resources, ongoing regional support from an Outreach Officer and use of an approved trainer website kite mark.
Train the Trainer – Your Parliament and Campaigning
29th and 30th May, Houses of Parliament
This one and a half day residential course includes the training of two modules: ‘Your Parliament: An Introduction’ and ‘Take Action’ (focussing on campaigning). The course will also include talks on committees, petitions and a tour of the Palace of Westminster, to support the learning of the two modules.
Train the Trainer – Women in Parliament
31st May, Houses of Parliament
This one day course is specifically tailored to organisations and trainers who work with women. Topics include ‘Calling all Women! Get Heard in the UK Parliament’ and ‘The History of Women and the Vote’. The course will also include the opportunity to tour the Palace of Westminster.
How to Apply
Applications for both courses close at midnight on Tuesday, 10th April.
- To apply for the Train the Trainer – Your Parliament and Campaigning residential course click here.
- To apply for the Train the Trainer – Women in Parliament one day course click here.
Find out more
To find out more please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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