We provide an extensive training programme for professionals working in early years settings, schools and colleges, supporting them to achieve successful outcomes. Through a robust quality assurance process we know that our training is of the highest quality and as recent members of CPD UK we will begin to deliver accredited courses.

Our highly regarded conference programme attracts national and international keynote speakers.  Our programme is dynamic, changing to meet national agendas where necessary and delivering these messages locally. Throughout the year we run full and half-day face-to-face courses using hotel, community and school venues. In addition we offer a range of e-learning that can be completed at your own convenience.

The Education People tutors are all experts in their field working daily with settings, schools, colleges and businesses, you can learn more about them by scrolling down on this page.

We offer a wide range of individual training courses via CPD Online on the following popular topics:

  • SATs preparation for teachers new to teaching years two and six
  • SATs and phonics screening check briefings for teachers of years one, two and six
  • Opportunities for teachers of years one to six to moderate English and maths.

See all training courses on primary Assessment >>

Training opportunities to support the whole curriculum, including, PE, RSE, Geography, History and more.

See all training courses on primary Curriculum Subjects >>

A range of courses to support child development, teaching and leading the Foundation Stage for both schools and settings.

See all training courses for Early Years Foundation Stage - schools and settings >>

A range of courses, to include various elements of your English provision e.g.

  • Phonics
  • Grammar through the text
  • Children as self-editors
  • New subject leaders.

See all training courses for primary English >>

We are passionate about improving equality and inclusion for vulnerable learners and offer a wide range of training opportunities including:

  • Makaton training
  • Support for EAL learners
  • Supporting Trans students

See all training courses for Equality and Inclusion >>

The Governor Services and Clerking team offers a range of training for both chairs, governors and clerks to fulfil their role effectively.

See all training courses for governors and clerks >>

A range of courses for leaders at all levels to strengthen and improve leadership, focusing on accurate self-evaluation, improvement priorities and action planning.

See all training for Leadership and Management >>

We offer a range of courses to support teachers and leaders of mathematics including:

  • Planning for progression in mathematics
  • Ensuring a depth of understanding
  • Embedding the effective use of manipulatives
  • Leading mathematics.

See all training courses for primary Maths >>

We offer an induction programme and range of support covering:

  • Behaviour management
  • Creating wonder and awe
  • Special educational needs/inclusion
  • Data and assessment
  • Questioning/feedback and marking
  • Learning the environment and the WOW factor.

See all training courses on Newly Qualified Teacher Development >>

A range of courses to support Designated Safeguarding Leads in schools and settings in order to meet statutory responsibilities, including those identified in Keeping Children Safe in Education 2019 and Working Together to Safeguard Children 2018.

See all training courses for Safeguarding for schools/settings >>

We support schools to achieve sound financial management through our training courses and E-learning delivered by Schools Financial Services.

See all training courses for Schools Finance >>

A number of courses to support the development of teaching assistants and newly qualified teachers to teach and engage children.

See all training courses for Teaching and Learning >>

Courses to support newly qualified teacher induction tutors.

See all training courses for Workforce Development >>

Customer Feedback

"A lot of good practice shared with opportunities to network and connect with other teachers.   Trainer was AMAZING and clear with explanations and pedagogy."

Tonbridge Primary School

"This will positively impact on whole school practice. It will enable us to move forward to enhance phonics planning, teaching, teacher subject knowledge and assessment protocol."

English Teacher
Maidstone Primary School

"The course was extremely helpful and thought provoking, plenty of resources to use as required. It was interactive enough to give you time reflect in your own setting. Well presented by the trainers."

Teacher Special School

Our numbers speak for themselves

Meet the team

Mitch was fortunate enough to undertake the Diploma in Supported Employment during its pilot year.  In 2009 he was asked to write The KSE TSI course which he now delivers with co-trainer Ben Carne.

Mitch is the lead trainer for KSE and runs a number of our Supported Employment courses as well as Disability Confidence sessions for employers.  In 2018 Mitch was awarded BASE Practitioner of the year award.  In his spare time he enjoys cooking and playing guitar, but not at the same time.

Due to his extensive experience of supporting people in the workplace as a job coach, Ben was asked to co-deliver his first TSI course in 2009 when, along with his co-trainer, he delivered TSI internally within the service. Since then he has delivered TSI training for over a hundred participants.

Ben has regularly delivered training on behalf of the organisation and along with TSI has delivered other courses including travel training, disability confident and job coach best practice courses.

Ben is particularly passionate about the in-work support within the service due to the empowering nature and the impact it can have on people’s lives. Ben gets great satisfaction from passing on his knowledge and strong values around TSI to as many other individuals and services as possible.

Passionate about primary education, Ruth has taught from Nursery to Y6. In 2014 she left headship and trained as an OfSTED inspector, combining this role with a number of other roles in education. Ruth is a nationally renowned trainer, writer and speaker, with a particular interest in Early Years.

Matt spends most of his working time in schools with children teachers and leaders looking at ways to improve outcomes for all. He has also inspected schools. He draws on this wealth of experience to add practical examples to all his training sessions.

His relaxed yet knowledgeable delivery ensures people come away well informed, excited and empowered to implement new ideas back at school.

He is a qualified social worker, therapist and SENCo. He has managed multi-agency teams and chaired a national parenting forum. He has taught at university, further education and school level, as well as being an experienced trainer.  He has developed training courses in management and supervision, therapeutic interventions, parenting, adolescent interventions and safeguarding.  He has also advised local and national government as well as writing articles for local and national publications.

She leads seasonal meetings for the county’s Maths and English Subject Leaders, together with in-school support and training in all elements of the teaching of Maths and Literacy. Sarah keenly follows the latest developments and pedagogic research and is passionate about ensuring Kent pupils receive the very best teaching possible specialising in:

English subject knowledge:

  • Reading and phonics
  • Writing
  • Grammar, punctuation and spelling

Maths subject knowledge:

  • Using manipulatives from EYFS to Year 6
  • Developing fluency, reasoning and problem solving
  • Promoting opportunities to work at greater depth

Subject Leader support and development:

  • Joint learning walks and work scrutiny