joining our network

Join Our CPD & Coaching Network

The Network of Choice for Education Professionals

Why join our network?

Learning Cultures are a leading provider of training and development for the education sector. We are pioneers in the use of coaching as a powerful way to build professional learning communities who can work together to build outstanding teams, manage change, find innovative solutions and drive the vision for excellence and improvement.

What are the benefits of being a member of our network?

20% discount on all our events, live webinars and coaching sessions

Membership entitles all our members to 20% discount on all our CPD courses, events and webinars. This can be a large saving for those of you that book several members of ateam onto a course or who want to dip int several of our courses.

A free online resource once a term

Our network members can access a short training session that is part of our ‘in a Nutshell’ series. This includes a short presentation and resources to use as a training aid for an individual or to share with others in school or college. This short cameo training session is refreshed once a term and the topics are chosen to relate carefully to policy issues, recent research and in response to the Learning Cultures’ training needs analysis we conduct on a regular basis with the profession. 

The course for Spring 2022

  • Leading a Coaching Culture – creating a pedagogy of positivity

Online network meetings for senior and middle leaders

We will be hosting half-termly network meetings for our members. Each meeting has a theme linked closely to what is currently on the minds of leaders and their teams working in the profession who want to share their thoughts, their concerns and their plans for the future. Each meeting is hosted by a member of the Learning Cultures’ coaching team. Where it is relevant, we invite a keynote speaker to share their expertise.

Theme: Re-defining the curriculum for September 2022 – understanding the vocabulary of curriculum intent and implementation