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Discounts and Teaching Tools for Tutors

Posted: 19 September 2017

Discounts and Teaching Tools for Tutors

 

The Prosthetics Event is now eight weeks away and it offers more than meets the eye to tutors!

We aim to provide technical learning, industry exposure, career advice, networking opportunities and of course enjoyment for the many students who attend, as well as resources to assist and support tutors in getting as much out of the day as possible.

Discounts and Teaching Tools

There are generously discounted rates for tutors bringing groups of 10+ students, further discounts for groups of 20+ and all are given a specially designed Tied-in Teaching Pack.

This features three subjects shown at the event along with a worksheet to guide students in finding the relevant demos, exhibits and talks. Packs are emailed before the event and comprise step-by-step tutorials on all three subjects, plus access to exclusive videos of further instruction on them.

Use these to plan your own post-event lessons, or print the written content to use as handouts and show students the videos for enhanced guidance. Either way your students will have projects to do after the event that they’ve seen in action whilst there. Past subjects include making and applying bald caps, creating direct-applied casualty effects and sculpting the ear. Here's what past recipients of the packs have said:

“An amazing resource”

“Enabled us to get full benefits from the day"

“So beneficial to the learners...and it’s done for you!"

Portfolio Surgery – a must for students!

We provide 25 places for one-to-one consultations with senior industry professionals on the day. These are a great opportunity for students to gain invaluable advice about their portfolios and seeking industry work, so if you’re coming please encourage your students to apply. Applications open on September 30th on the Portfolio Surgery page of our website:

For group booking info please email info@theprostheticsevent.co.uk

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