Meet some of our Trainers

We work with over 180 providers covering all curriculums, all phases (EYFS, Primary Secondary) and offering courses that are subject specific as well as those that develop best pedagogical practice.  We partner with only the best educational providers who have a proven track record – tried and tested by us over the last 11 years.  Every year we create a comprehensive Calendar of Professional Learning Events which is based on a detailed Needs Analysis Survey of the schools with which we work, combined with our own industry knowledge of ‘trending’ educational professional development in other parts of the world. We offer ‘open’ courses as well as offering in-school bespoke training. Our training is available across different delivery models: E-Learning, Face-to-Face and Self-Paced.

Safeguarding

Infinite Learning firmly believes that, above all other Professional Learning, Safeguarding training is the most critical. It focuses on the most important aspect of our profession – the care and welfare of everyone in our community – without which no real or lasting learning can take place. We are immensely proud of our partnership with The Safeguarding Alliance and the training we have delivered together cross the region. We have worked with them exclusively for over 10 years and we currently offer an extensive range of F2F and online virtual Safeguarding courses that can be delivered as open or bespoke in-school training.

National Professional Qualifications

We are proud of the National Professional Qualifications (NPQLT, NPQLTD, NPQBC, NPQSL, NPQH, NPQEL) that we deliver in partnership with The Institute of Education, University College London. The greatest strength of these programmes (other than that delegates will leave with an Accredited National Qualification at the end) is the blended learning approach. The programmes demand that delegates engage in a mixture of workplace learning, face-to-face/virtual activity, including peer and facilitated learning, reading, reflection and online learning. Participants grow and develop on these programmes and show impact and sustainability through the work they need to undertake. High quality leaders improve the life chances for children and young people in our schools. Since 2016, we have taken more than 1200 participants through these programmes.

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Aiden Harper

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Amanda King

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Beth Southern

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Bob Craig

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Brendan Routledge

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Bronwyne van Zyl

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Caroline McKee

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Claire Wong

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Colin Newton

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David Pryce

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Jame Galpin

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Lesley Hunter

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Richard Churches

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Emily Konstantas

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Heather Broderick

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Helen Battelley

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Helen Green

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Iain Smith

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UCL IOE

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Iram Myford

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Jayne Worrall

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Jenny Phillips

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Jules Murray

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Kate Hinchliffe

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Laura McEgan

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Louise Dawson

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Maddison Lewis

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Malcolm Greenhalgh

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Matthew Stensrud

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Natalie Croome

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NEON

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Nicola Morgan

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Omaima Shahwan

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Pam Mundy

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Paul Read

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Philip Jones

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Philip Davis

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Raj Kumar

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Sarah Pavey

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Shonette Bason

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Simon Mann

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St.John Burkett

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The Safeguarding Alliance

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Zena Martin