We're delighted to announce a range of training options for groups as well as specialised courses for advisers working with students who have Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.
Are you part of a group of people who want to offer Arts Award? Or do you work with young people who have special educational needs and disabilities (SEND)? Our group training options and SEND-focused training give you more choice in how you train to become an Arts Award adviser or deliver a new level.
Training as part of a group
Small groups (up to six people) from the same setting or partnership can individually book on to the same scheduled Arts Award adviser training course and train together. For larger groups (seven to 12 people), a group booking saves you all 10 per cent off our usual training fees. Or you might prefer our Made-to-Measure training (for groups of up to 12), with the course content and timings tailored to your organisation's needs – and enhanced follow-up support too.
Those working with children and young people who have additional needs can do Arts Award adviser training with an SEND focus. Our specialist trainers have wide-ranging experience in SEND settings and will provide you with examples of good practice, tried-and-tested approaches and practical advice so you can help the youngsters you work with gather and present evidence to achieve their chosen level of Arts Award.
Want to know more?
The Arts Award website has lots of information about adviser training, including costs and upcoming course dates. All Arts Award adviser training courses are currently available online.