Based on the success of our 2021 webinars launch, we will now be bringing a series of FREE webinars to schools and groups in 2022. Bringing together some of the best guest speakers in the industry to share their ideas and knowledge, and enhance your approach to some of the hot topics in schools including touring. We’ll come together with you to discuss, share and learn!
First-time party leaders webinar
Tuesday 27th September 2022, 4:30pm – 5:30pm
This is one we are expecting to fill up fast! Yes, if you’re in the arena of contemplating the leap into planning an international tour for the first time, this will be just the tonic for you! We bring to you four different teachers from four very different schools, with varying experiences and tips to share on making the planning as enjoyable and as slick as possible. We invite all teachers considering planning an educational, sports or ski tour to attend! Already toured but want to jump on to share ideas? Then come on in!Register
Engaging students in physical activity and sports: The role touring can play…
Tuesday 21st June 2022, 4:30pm – 5:30pm
We’ve bought together a panel of teachers and sports leaders in schools, who are eager to share their experiences and the benefits of touring. They’ve come together to share their tips on planning, making tours more inclusive and how these experiences have a unique impact on engagement in sport and physical activity. Following the experiences of the last couple of years – never has this insight been more valued and needed.Register
…and there’s more to come!
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Read a little about our past Webinars...
Concert Tours Webinar a huge success!
On Wednesday 7th July 2021 we embarked on hosting our very first Concert Tours Webinar! Hosted by our joint Managing Director Katie Boyden we welcomed…
UK Choir Festival Podcast Special Guest
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