We are delighted to officially launch the new BTSA website
Andrew Warren, Director of BTSA, introduces the new BTSA website.
I am delighted to announce that our newly improved website is now live – including a whole new look and feel for the BTSA logo and branding. I hope you find our new website more user-friendly, more interesting and more helpful.
Here’s an overview of the important changes to our website:
Design and navigation
We have redesigned the website to improve user friendliness; whatever device you’re accessing it on. The layout of pages and the structure of information have been changed to improve overview and usability, particularly on mobiles.
We’ve simplified the navigation and made information and details about our training courses much easier to find.
Greater information and resources
We worked hard to make sure our new website contains valuable information to assist you throughout your teaching career, adding lots of new resources to supplement our range of diverse training courses. This includes a lot more articles, downloads and links to helpful external reading and websites.
Online course booking
One of the key new features is our online course booking system. You can browse all of our courses online, splitting them into specific categories (e.g. Early Years or Leadership programmes), before booking your place using our online forms.
Please do take a look around and let us know what you think.
Use the quick links below to see a specific section of our new website:
Our new mailing list
From today, we are also launching a new email and mailing system.
You’ll now only receive the emails you want to receive; whether that be about all of our courses or just our Early Years courses, the choice is yours. Please do take the time, using the link below, to sign-up to our new mailing list.
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