Aimed at individuals who are actively involved in an international school partnership, this course supports participants to use different global citizenship tools to measure the nature of their partnership and explore the impact of power, equity, strengths and challenges. Once these ideas are embedded, the training supports participants to develop a shared vision for the future and to create an action plan to develop their partnership further.
For those taking the Level 3 course, after their plan has been implemented, the course supports participants to evaluate their impact and contrast different approaches with an ultimate aim to make positive changes for a sustainable relationship in the future.
Equitable and sustainable school partnerships.
Who is it for?
Anybody who wants to develop their international partnerships.
How will I benefit?
This course will give advice on how to get the most from your international partnership, introducing global citizenship tools, techniques on monitoring and evaluation as well as team building and partnership development.
12 hours, plus implementation time.
- England - Pearson.
- Northern Ireland - Centre for Global Education.
- Scotland - IDEAS.
- Wales - Welsh Centre for International Affairs
How to book
To find out where and when courses are being held, and to book, please use the following contacts:
- England - Pearson
- Northern Ireland - Centre for Global Education
- Scotland - IDEAS
- Wales - Welsh Centre for International Affairs.
Alternatively you can host this course for a group of teachers at your own school on a date to suit you, by requesting a trainer through the British Council directly.