UK Training and Workshop program

Teachers International Professional Development Program (TIPDP)

Come and experience online-based practical and interactive sessions. 

Applications have now commenced for our online-based practical sessions.
Ever wondered what it is like to teach abroad, this teacher program could be just the thing for you.

This self-improving system relies on high-performing schools and effective school leaders working beyond the parameters of their own institutions to support others.

Project Objectives:

  • Preparing individuals and Schools for the much-needed support in delivering quality education..
  • Working and collaborating together for effective teaching strategies.
  • Promoting an inclusive learning environment;
  • Developing teaching skills with the use of modern technology.
  • The use of effective practical resources and links between schools are established.

"In learning you will teach, and in teaching you will learn."

― Phil Collins

Virtual Inclusive Sessions

Innovative Strategies

In education, when learners engage effectively, it shows the degree of attention, curiosity, interest, optimism, and passion that learners show when they are learning or being taught. This further extends to the level of motivation they have to learn and progress in education. Our sessions will display effective collaboration, digital tools, and problem solving skills  all geared towards effective teaching methodologies.

Outstanding Methodologies

Our outstanding teachers use several instructional methods that promote student engagement and the attainment of multiple learning outcomes. Many instructional strategies are flexible and can be applied to service several learning objectives.

Practical Observation

Our practical observation sessions give great opportunities to learn from each other. It also acts as a vehicle to disseminate good practice amongst colleagues by sharing thoughts on teaching practice and supporting each other’s development of teaching skills to enable colleagues from cognate disciplines.

Expected Outcomes

Gain an indepth understanding and knowledge of the British Educational System

Advanced Phonics sessions and Methodology

Come join us as we explore a variety of differnt learning strategies  and evaluate the effectiveness of phonics in reading comprehension.

Updates in Modern Teaching:

Our Sessions will involve the most modern strategies in technology and its positive impact on education, Teachers, know they must adapt to the transforming education landscape. In an age of uncertainty, they are called on to be specific. Strategies like organising and scheduling, lesson planning, meeting with parents and students, professional development, etc. A million things must be juggled every day; our sessions will influence how learning happens and creates a new kind of learner with different expectations for learning.

Gain an indepth understanding and knowledge of the British Educational System

Professional development is some form of education for teachers that can enhance teaching in a classroom environment. Our sessions will involve face to face interaction with teachers in the classroom setting. These sessions are most effective in the teacher’s subject area. Teachers can learn overall strategies for classroom management or reading comprehension that can benefit any topic in any age group.

Continuing Professional Development

Classroom observation is a method of evaluating and recording specific information about what is going on within a classroom. This helps o improve classroom models and learn from other educators. Observing another teacher’s classroom has several educational purposes, including giving you the ability to describe instructional practices.


Build confidence in teaching

“it is not the mountain we conquer, but ourselves.” Sir Edmund Hillary  In  realizing what we don’t know, we learn. In understanding who we are, we see what we can become. Having confidence in teaching is a skill and so we grow strong. In realizing what we don’t know, we learn. In understanding who we are, we see what we can become. It all comes down to having confidence. A teacher must have confidence to teach in the first place, so it isn’t a stretch.


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