Intensive residential CPD

STEM Learning runs a well-established and successful face-to-face continuing professional development (CPD) programme at the National STEM Learning Centre in York.

Attendees benefit from high-impact, DfE-supported CPD that makes a proven difference to students' engagement and attainment in STEM subjects.

Grow your career with STEM Learning

Professional development is important at every stage of your career and there is always room for growth in an ever-changing workplace.

At the National STEM Learning Centre, we have created a classroom environment in which you can receive intensive training as well as the chance to network and create action plans to take back to the classroom.

Those who have attended any of our courses will be awarded STEM Certificates. Awarded digitally, they showcase your achievements and build a profile of your skills and knowledge by recording the outcomes of the courses you have attended.

Bursary-supported

We offer bursaries to state-funded schools and colleges across the UK to cover course fees, supply cover, equipment and more. 

See details of our bursaries

 

Courses

Our intensive CPD caters for every career stage from newly qualified to those with years of experience or looking to take a step into leadership.

Choose your subject below to reveal the courses we have to offer

 

  • Primary school teachers on a training course
    Primary
     

    Browse our primary CPD, covering science, maths, robotics, technology, engineering, Ofsted and more.
  • Participants on a science education course
    Secondary science​
     

    Explore our secondary science CPD, including courses at key stages 3, 4 and 5, catering for specialists, non-specialists and non-scientists.

A range of support to develop your STEM teaching

We offer a range of support beyond our national residential CPD, including local and online CPD courses, the STEM Ambassador programme linking STEM professionals to schools and colleges, and thousands of education resources covering all aspects of STEM teaching.