Travel to a new context for three to four weeks and lead training for teachers who otherwise receive little or no professional development.
Be part of a team of teachers leading workshops, observations and coaching to help teachers build skills and deliver better outcomes for pupils.
Build your teaching skills and gain unique leadership experience while making new friends in one of ten amazing countries this year.
We're committed to working closely with our partners to understand communities' needs. This enables us to lead relevant teacher training that's mutually beneficial for teachers, fellows, partners, and most importantly, the pupils. The course is designed to have a positive and lasting impact.
The LRTT course is designed, developed and iterated by our team of qualified teachers and fellows. We use the best ideas from teachers and education professionals around the world to inform our training model. Our key value of excellence inspires our course content.
An LRTT Fellowship sets you apart. Many Fellows have described their experience with LRTT as their best professional development to date. It's a unique opportunity to improve your knowledge of pedagogy, develop your teaching and leadership skills and grow in confidence as a classroom practitioner.
Step out of your comfort zone and into an exciting and challenging new context. Experience a new culture and see education from a completely new perspective. Wherever you go, you'll have the chance to connect with people, nature and wildlife; and adventures to get the adrenaline rushing.
Without doubt, LRTT is my most valuable CPD to date. It's developed me as a teacher and a leader and I have every intention of staying involved for many years to come.
The experience was amazing. It was great to be able to immerse myself in a completely different culture and see how schools operate in a totally different context to what we are used to. Visiting somewhere so rural meant that we really experienced Uganda properly.
It massively exceeded my expectations. I had a wonderful time in Cambodia. The combination of the gratification gained from seeing the impact of the training on the teachers, the varied excursions and the group of like-minded people I was with made it the best experience I have ever had.
The feedback we received from the teachers was extremely positive. They were so receptive to the themes and ideas we presented to them and I feel the teachers in the community really benefitted from us being there.
I built fantastic working relationships with the Nepalese teachers and learnt so much from them. By the end of my time in Nepal, I felt I was able to successfully lead CPD. Since returning to my school I've delivered CPD on routines and AfL at my school.
A once in a lifetime experience. I was absolutely thrilled and humbled to work so closely with local teachers who were so friendly and kind. I would definitely recommend LRTT and would love to continue to be a part of its mission as it's something I feel very strongly about.
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