News and updates from Education Works - providing innovative, effective
support programmes in reading, speaking, listening and maths.


Make a date in your diary- Trainer training for BR@P and BR@S

Monday 4th  February 2019 –  BRP (BR@P/BR@S) Trainer Training at The Forum Wythenshawe 10am - 4pm

Our National Trainers Elsa Steel and Lindsey Howard are offering Trainer Training for consultants and teachers who have previously accessed initial 2- day training for BR@P/BR@S and have experience of using and supporting implementation of the programme in their school or setting.

- Do you currently have responsibility for developing English CPD in your educational setting /organisation?

- Are you interested in training other school staff and volunteers to use a  highly effective accredited reading programme?

- Are you interested in challenging and extending your role as an effective trainer?

- Would you like to extend your own CPD  / trainer profile?

- Do you want develop a sustainable approach to your school/setting’s implementation of BRP?

- Would you like to develop wider impact in your area?

If so then BRP Trainer Training could be just what you need!

The training Costs £275.00 per person and includes full Trainer resources (two day initial school based training power point; supporting electronic resources) and password protected access to online ordering of published programme materials:

* primary and secondary versions of the published handbooks

* a set of prompt cards

* a set of comprehension bookmarks

To book your place please email or

Venue*:  Room 2, The Forum, Wythenshawe  

(Directions - )

* Wythenshawe is a short distance from Manchester Airport, just off the M56 Junction 4. Delegates travelling by air or mainline rail to Manchester Airport can access a Metrolink tram service from Manchester Airport’s transport hub, ‘The Station’, located between Terminal 1 and 2,  to The Forum: ; ). This frequent, regular service (Manchester Airport to Victoria Station - Service 6) has a direct link with The Forum as the tram stop is opposite ‘The Forum’ Centre.

Embed link