Teacher Inspection Trips & CPD

Inspection trips are a fantastic way for you to research a new destination, making you better equipped to choose a tour relevant to the requirement of your students, and instilling a familiarity and confidence in a region. 

SICILY TEACHER INSPECTION TRIP

22nd - 26th October 2018

Suitable for first-time visitors to Sicily, this tour gives you the opportunity to experience the classic highlights and geographical phenomena in the island of Sicily including Mount Etna. This heavily subsidised tour is designed to help you plan your trip to best fit your students' needs. 

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SOUTH AND WEST ICELAND TEACHER INSPECTION TRIP

27th -31st May 2018

Aimed at first-time visitors to Iceland, this tour will show you the classic highlights and geographical phenomena in South and West Iceland. This heavily subsidised tour is designed to help you plan your trip to best fit your students' needs. This trip is now fully booked but we plan to offer another inspection visit in 2019.

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OUR OTHER DESTINATIONS

Discounted inspection trips for our other destinations are available on request.
Please contact us for information. 

FREE CPD TEACHER TRAINING DAY

Saturday 1st September 2018

As part of our strategic partnership with the Geographical Association, we are offering this free training day which is aimed at teachers who wish to develop their expertise in organising residential trips. Participants will learn how to develop, plan and lead successful, safe overseas trips with confidence. The day will explore the value of educational trips; aiming to inspire students before, during and after a tour, including engaging students unable to attend. Experienced lead teachers and trip planners will discuss how to engage with stakeholders such as students, parents, school leadership and tour operators. Participants on location will be entered into a prize draw to win a free place on a teacher inspection trip. 

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