Support for teachers, tutors and careers advisers
The Education Liaison and Events Team value establishing and maintaining relationships with Teachers, Sixth Form / College Staff and Careers Advisers.
Each region of the country has a dedicated Education Liaison Officer who is your first point of contact in terms of us attending any event you may be running or to organise attendance at an event on campus. We recognise that subject staff may wish to liaise directly with corresponding academic staff which is something we try to facilitate where possible, and would ask in the first instance that you contact the Education Liaison Officer responsible for your area.
We full support schools, sixth forms and colleges in achieving their Gatsby Benchmarks, with our talks, workshops, sessions and visits all categorised to assist and support your students with their choices and future decisions as well as to meet your requirements as an institution.
Find out more and book your place
We are delighted to invite you to our annual Teachers and Careers Advisers Conference.
This free, one day event will update you on the changing HE landscape and will give you the opportunity to share experiences and good practice with colleagues who provide post-16 information, advice and guidance (IAG) across a broad range of school and college settings.
The Education Liaison Team send a regular newsletter to all our contacts in schools and colleges. These newsletters include information on all upcoming events (for students, teachers and advisers), as well as updates on Edge Hill University and the higher education sector. If you have not received a newsletter and would like to be added to the mailing list you can complete the below form for your details to be added to our mailing list.
Alternatively you can contact the relevant Education Liaison Officer for your region or email [email protected].Sign up for our newsletter
UniTasterDays Teachers’ guide
Each year, we contribute editorial to this useful resource developed and produced by UniTasterDays, which includes content from colleagues at Universities across the UK designed to support the University guidance provided in secondary schools, sixth forms and colleges.View the guide for 2021/22
Teacher, Tutor and Adviser Sessions
Each year we also offer a number of engaging and topical opportunities for staff regarding changes to the sector as well as Continuing Professional Development (CPD) opportunities, as detailed below.
The team can deliver informative presentations in schools and colleges to teachers, tutors and careers advisers on a wide variety of topics, for example:
- Student Finance
- An overview of higher education and UCAS
- Reference Writing/Personal statement advice.
If you would like us to deliver some CPD to your staff on any particular higher education topic, please get in touch with your regional Education Liaison Officer or email [email protected].
Teacher and adviser forum
We run a termly Teachers & Advisers forum for staff at sixth forms and colleges, each focusing on a different theme or topic depending on the current landscape within higher education. It’s an opportunity to feedback to ourselves and network with colleagues in similar roles.
If you or a colleague would find this opportunity useful and would like to be part of this forum going forward, please email [email protected].