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Course Title: Arts Award Discover & Explore adviser training
Course Description: Arts Award Discover & Explore SEN adviser training - Birmingham *LATE BOOKING AVAILABLE, PLEASE DOWNLOAD AND SEND LATE BOOKING FORM IN THE RELATED RESOURCES BOX ON THE RIGHT*
Course Date: 30/03/2020
Location: England - West Midlands Region
Access (public transport / parking):
mac is located in Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham, opposite the County Cricket Ground on Edgbaston Road, off Pershore Road (A441) and Bristol Road (A38).
mac is easily accessible using all the major city road routes and is served by a number of buses from Birmingham City Centre including 1, 35, 45, 47, 62 and 63. It is a short taxi ride from the city centre and New Street station.
You can find mac by walking through Edgbaston Mill or driving along Queen's Ride, where there's a large car park (owned by Birmingham City Council - payment required by coin or APP) and bicycle stands.
For full details and maps, please see www.macbirmingham.co.uk
DO NOT USE GOOGLE MAP DIRECTIONS FOR CANNON HILL PARK AS YOU MAY BE TAKEN TO ANOTHER PARK ENTRANCE - use mac Birmingham. Or use sat nav for Edgbaston Cricket Ground and we are opposite the entrance on Edgbaston Road.
The main reception staff will provide directions to the training room.
Registration 9.45am. The course runs from 10am - 13.30pm. Please ask at reception for directions to the room.
Same as centre contact
mac (Midlands Arts Centre)
Cannon Hill Park
off Edgbaston Road
Mac has good disabled access see : https://macbirmingham.co.uk/visit/access-facil Accessibility: AT, HL, DR, AL, GD, WC, BB, RS. To see what these acronyms mean, please go to this page: http://www.artsaward.org.uk/site/?id=2673
Please note that participants must attend the full course to gain accreditation.
Please print off a copy of this page now to ensure you have details of times and venue.
Training Co-ordinator Number : 07985230706
Mac reception No. 0121 446 3232
SEN : This course has a focus particularly suitable for those working in SEN settings (or for participants with low literacy levels).