Welsh chemistry teacher and technician conference

26 June 2019 09:00-16:00, Bangor, United Kingdom


Introduction
The Royal Society of Chemistry in partnership with Bangor University, Techniquest and STEM Learning are offering a free day of presentations, discussions and workshops for chemistry teachers and technicians. There will be differentiated sessions for teachers of chemistry and for science technicians. The conference is open to all teachers, technicians, newly qualified teachers and trainee teachers.
Come along and participate in practical lab sessions, discuss issues relevant to your role – including the new curriculum and what it might mean for you, and discover the support and resources available to help you do your job.
 
You will be able to:
network and share good practice with other chemistry teachers and/or technicians,
develop and update your knowledge through topic-specific workshops and short presentations, and
discover a range of enriching resources to help stimulate students’ enthusiasm for chemistry. 

Funding
Techniquest manages the STEM Learning Ltd contract for cpd in Wales. Teachers and technicians from UK state funded schools, academies and colleges are eligible for a £150 ENTHUSE Bursary thanks to STEM Learning Ltd. A maximum of 2 bursaries per school, academy, or college campus are available.
ALL bookings have to be made via the book now button at the top of the page.
 
This conference is one of the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Learn Chemistry Partnership events. The Learn Chemistry Partnership is a free programme which enables schools to connect to us and make the most of our activities and resources.  
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Bangor University Chemistry Department

Bangor University Chemistry Department, Alun Roberts Building, Deiniol Road, Bangor, LL57 2UW, United Kingdom

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