CPD & Events
The 2015 GA Conference will take place at the University of Manchester from Thursday 9 to Saturday 11 April. Book now to take advantage of our early bird rates.
Find out about our range of CPD courses for primary, secondary and post-16 teachers including leading a department, online GIS, preparing for GCSE exams, planning for Ofsted, fieldwork and much more.
The Power of Geographical Thinking Conference takes place at the Institute of Education, University of London from Monday 13 – Wednesday 15 April 2015. Early bird booking now available.
The GA is the lead geography subject association working with Pearson and the Cambridge Primary Review Trust to deliver primary curriculum events throughout 2014.
GA members are entitled to a 20% discount off course prices. Log in to get your discount code or if you’re not already a member join now!
Useful information, guidance and support on a range of curriculum topics to help you develop as a geography teacher.
Presentation slides, workshop materials and background reading for the GA's 2013 Post-16 Conference are now available for GA members to download.
GA ISIG Study Tours are organised principally for the benefit of practising classroom teachers to enhance their own teaching and those of the wider teaching community through the development and sharing of teaching resources. Next year's trip to China explores the three provinces of Heilongjiang, Jilin and Liaoning, visiting Harbin, Changchun, Shenyang, Changbaishan and Dalian.
The FSC offers subsidised professional training opportunities in fieldwork and the environment for teachers, educational visits co-ordinators, outdoor leaders and countryside staff. They can also provided bespoke training.
Free online CPD course.
The GA has a growing register of highly qualified and experienced consultants who can provide specialist advice on various topics.
The GA's Quality Mark scheme can provide effective CPD for you and your department.
The GA's consultancy and training service provides tailored support for schools on a range of geographical and cross-curricular issues.
Includes a glossary, a practical teaching example on international migration and further reading.