CPD Voice Training for schools to provide for their staff:
Flexible and Cost-effective CPD Voice Training.
Almost three hours of relevant and beneficial training your staff can access and enjoy in their own time.
This training can also be used for INSET and is suitable for small group work and to stimulate further related activities or training.
CPD Voice Training for your staff can be expensive and time consuming. It often has to be fitted in at the beginning or end of term when the budget and curriculum demands allow.
Imagine if you had in-house training for all your staff which they could access regularly throughout the academic year (in school or at home) at a fraction of the usual cost.
Sounds Right – Teacher’s CPD Voice Training has the answer:
Our course, uploadable to your school IT system, provides your teaching and support staff with almost 3 hours of quality, relevant CPD voice training: training which will help your teachers to keep their voices healthy and make the most of their speaking delivery when they address pupils.
This training gives your staff advice on how to use their voices safely in challenging acoustic spaces and with larger class sizes – a growing Health and Safety issue for headteachers.
It gives invaluable advice on keeping the voice healthy lesson after lesson, day after day and term after term so helping prevent problems and absences – millions of pounds are lost each year on teacher absence and expensive cover.
This training encourages and helps teachers to use their voices effectively and clearly, varying appropriate tone so that the classroom atmosphere is calm, stress-free and positive.
Research has proven that when a teacher’s voice is clear, well modulated and easy to listen to, pupil understanding is enhanced, and school performance is improved. By contrast a teacher’s damaged or dysphonic voice can impact negatively on pupils’ learning and behaviour.
The new school curriculum will place even more demands on your teachers – so by investing in this CPD voice training you are giving them an opportunity to help ensure they have healthy, flexible voices to meet the ever-increasing demands of the profession.