We have a mix of resources to help you to deliver consistent results across your whole team.
Online Training Suite
Mandatory training for new AAL teachers: We have built a suite of short videos to help you build your understanding of how to get the best results with All Aboard Phonics, whatever your past experience of phonics teaching. Each one has a self-assessment quiz to see if you have absorbed the contents of the video:
CPD Personal Training
We are running deep training programmes to take individual teachers to a new level of expertise in literacy and phonics, including the 9 main causes of reading difficulty. Teaching phonics is technically difficult and intervention work can be even more complex. So getting great literacy results takes both experience and good training.
Experience takes time, but we can deliver the training part for you!
The courses are made up of four 1-hour sessions on Zoom with a final 3-hour session. Attendees will earn a certificate for what they have learned.
The cost for training is £250 per attendee however we are offering this course for free to all the schools new to All Aboard Phonics in 2021 and 2022. We want to maximise the results you see as fast as possible.
Click the button below to book your place on our Spring 2023 course commencing at 4pm Wednesday 22nd February.
The course will run every Wednesday at 4pm, until the final longer sessions on Wednesday 22nd March which will run 1-4pm.
Spring 2023 Course Registration
If you would like to discuss bespoke training options, just get in touch. We can provide short, specialist slots over Zoom, or a whole day of in-person training.
1 full day in-person training: £570 + VAT
1 hour webinar training: £175 + VAT
Please contact us to discuss your requirements and make a booking.
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Meet Your Lead Trainers
David Morgan is the founder and lead educationalist of All Aboard Learning. His research focus has been literacy partly because he himself struggled to learn to read. David’s first degree was in mechanical engineering. He also has a Master’s degree in Education. David helped establish the Shannon Trust, a prison literacy charity, before setting up DM Education. He has over 20 years of experience working with literacy for children, youths and adults.
Katie has a BA (hons) in Primary Education from the University of Brighton and started her career teaching Key Stage 1 in Oxfordshire, where she led the phonics teaching programme throughout the school. She has worked with all age groups, from nursery to Year 6 in a number of schools in the UK. With a passion for improving literacy, she is dedicated to supporting both parents and teachers to improve outcomes for children with reading difficulties. In more recent years she has been working as a Literacy Advisor at David Morgan Education, delivering training to schools and supporting parents of children with reading difficulties.