Does the idea of spending a couple of days solving tricky implementation problems (and learning by seeing how others do their PebblePad thing) sound like your kind of awesome? If the answer is yes, then one of our Super User Academy (SUA) events could be just the ticket. Led by our friendly, PebblePad experts, our SUA's are fun and flexible and have been carefully crafted to take your PebblePad expertise up a notch or two. We think the events represent a terrific learning opportunity, and our past delegates seem to wholeheartedly agree ...
The event was brilliantly facilitated by Paul Duvall and Sarah Chesney. The environment was built for a safe, creative and collaborative space - it really helped me clarify and strengthen my understanding and practice of PebblePad. The days and night were very relaxed, encouraging lots of quality conversations. I was also able to help others in their development which reinforced my own knowledge.
Daniel Scott, Nottingham Trent University.
After reflecting on the 2 days, the super user academy completely exceeded my expectations. It was pitched at exactly the right level for my requirements and the group networking and sharing of practice was invaluable. I really enjoyed feeling a part of, and meeting, the PebblePad team for the duration and have come away with several ideas to share with CIE and embed at the University of Liverpool.
Scott Farrow, University of Liverpool.
There's no need to commit to anything right now. But if you're interested in attending an event either in the UK or Australia just let us know using the form below. The events are likely to take place towards the end of 2019 - the UK event will take place at PebblePad HQ in Telford and the location of the Australia event will likely be determined based on where interest comes from. If you're not sure whether a Super User Academy is the right event for you, we'd recommend you register your interest anyway as one of the friendly PebblePad team will be able to help you decide whether it's worth grabbing a place (you may already be super enough).