Learning Provocateurs

Alice Sharp invites you to become a

Learning Provocateur

Baby girl looking over playpen. Isolated on white.

Our main aim is to involve you in an exciting and dynamic learning opportunity that gives you the best training experience. The content will be up to date, informative and engaging.

No matter if you’ve been training for a while, like sharing new ideas and knowledge or have never delivered training previously, our course will show you how to become a facilitator of learning, not just a presenter.

You will leave this course with a ‘tool box’ fit for any learning situation. You will be a much more informed Early Year’s Professional as well are having a broad range of new skills and engagement techniques.

You will be actively engaged in a fun, informative and memorable way. You will leave with more confidence, a vast array of ideas to engage your audience and a range of approaches that highlight how to leave your delegates praising your training abilities. You will have more energy and enthusiasm for sharing learning.

Due to the success of our first Learning Provocateurs course we have now developed a range of new and exciting options. The list below lets you see at a glance the contents of each and the links will give you more detailed information.

Remember that each of our courses take a maximum of 12 delegates so booking well in advance is recommended.

Date Title  Bookings
16th – 18th July 2018 Provocations for Learning More info
2018 dates tbc Look at Me I’m Nearly Three!
More info
18th – 20th July 2018 Challenging Play and Learning  More info
2018 dates tbc Enriching Play for Under Three’s
More info
May 2018 (dates tbc) Bringing Literacy to Life More info
25th – 27th April 2018June 2018 (dates tbc) Nurturing Wellbeing in Young Children More info


‘I was exceptionally fortunate to have been able to attend the ‘Train The Trainers’ course, which was held in Glasgow this September.I found it a wonderful opportunity to learn not only from Alice, Marie and Moyra, but also to engage in constructive, reflective and professional dialogue with senior leaders from around the UK. The course was well structured, looking at a range of provocations for play, as well as focusing on how to deliver engaging, and purposeful CPD to our respective teams.

As perhaps the ‘least qualified’ senior leader on the course, I found the dialogue and learning experiences which I participated in and was engaged with; to be one of the most worthwhile experiences that I have had to date.

Alice, and the rest of the team, delivered some wonderful CPD which changed and varied depending upon our needs as the course progressed.

Many of the tips that I have been exposed to, I am already in the process of implementing.  And I look forward to attending the next course which I will be booking for March 2018.

This course (or any that Alice and Marie) offer is a must for all EYFS practitioners.’

Josh Robbins (Head Of EYFS & Junior School Literacy Coordinator) – North London Collegiate School Jeju (South Korea).





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