In addition to your local authority professional development centres, the following are really excellent sources of training.
   
Mathematics ICT Training Centres, UK

iCT TRAINING CENTRE (Oundle School)
PO BOX 46, Oundle, Peterborough PE8 4JX, UK.
Tel: +44 (0)1832-273444 Fax: (0)1832-273564. The centre holds an annual 3-day residential conference each July called "Technology in Teaching Mathematics (TSM)". Take a look at the TSM 2011 slideshow.
Email contact: Douglas Butler debutler@argonet.co.uk
Training is also available from Douglas Butler at your school or college.

The iCT Training Centre, based in Oundle, near Peterborough (UK), offers "TSM" training workshop for teachers in the UK and abroad. The TSM philosophy is to combine a fluency with MS Office (Word and Excel) with the effective use of dynamic software and web resources in the classroom.

Oundle is also the home of Autograph. The development team keep in close touch with a growing network of certified Autograph trainers throughout the world.

 

Mathematics ICT Trainers, UK

Most of the following expert trainers are willing to travel nationally for appropriate fees

NORTH-EAST BASED
Alan Catley, Tynemouth College, alan@catley.org (Autograph)
Alan has 30 years experience of teaching Maths, first in a High School and more recently in a Sixth Form College in the North East of England. He continues to develop efficient strategies to enhance the subject at all levels. In recent years he has established a reputation for enthusiastically delivering training to teachers in the UK and around the world to help them to get to grips with making the most out of technology in the teaching and learning of Mathematics.
Alan's most popular course is specifically on Autograph [Introductory Autograph Course], [Autograph Course Details]. General Leaflet on Courses . Quotes from satisfied customers. Sample Course. Photo of Alan training. Alan Catley's Free activity files for Autograph.
  Dr Peter Mitchell Meikleriggs Education Servies (ex Royal Grammar School, Newcastle) Specialises in Excel, Mathtype, Autograph, and Cabri Geometry. Email pm@meikleriggs.co.uk further details on his website at http://meikleriggs.co.uk
Michael Brennan, Education Consultant. Fitzgerald House, 9 Avenue Road, Doncaster, DN2 4AH. Smartmove Interactive Learning Ltd, info@smil-ed.co.uk. Micheal was Head of Maths at McAuley RC School in Doncaster and now specialises in Interactive Whiteboard training for maths ICT. Smartmove website is http://www.smil-ed.co.uk. Tel (mobile) 0773 962 8095 or 0845 6440110.
Tom Button, is the Online Learning & IT Co-ordinator for MEI/The Further Mathematics Network. Tom can offer training in Autograph, Excel, Flash and using an Interactive Whiteboard, especially at A level (including Further Maths). For more information see http://www.mei.org.uk/meiresources/ict.shtml or contact email: tom.button@mei.org.uk tel: 01429 865337.
CENTRALLY BASED
  Barbara Ball, 8 Barrow Crescent, Gaddesby, Leicester, LE7 4WA, 01664 840110, Ex-Prof officer for ATM available to do Cabri and Geometer's Sketchpad workshops. Fee for 1 and a half hour workshop is £300 plus expenses assuming travel is possible during one day, email barbaraball@atm.org.uk.
Douglas Butler Douglas Butler taught for 30 years before setting up a school-based ICT Training Centre. He is a frequent speaker at national and international mathematics teachers' conferences. He is also author of 'Using the Internet - Mathematics' and the principal author of the Autograph (maths software) package. douglas.butler@btinternet.com, Douglas runs the iCT Training Centre based at Oundle School (see above) and was head of maths there for many years. Download a PDF leaflet detailing his training services. Calendar of Training Courses featuring Autograph.
  Keith Munnings has been a teacher and lecturer in Mathematics and Physics for over 25 years, including five years when he was a Principal of a Sixth-Form College. He was involved in the NOF training programme helping teachers to integrate ICT into their teaching. This then led on to being involved in developing classroom ICT materials for a number of software companies. His company Eskola Education offers teacher training and INSET sessions, exploring how to better use ICT in teaching Science, Mathematics and Sports Science at A level, GCSE and on BTEC programmes.
Contact: keith@eskola.freeserve.co.uk
Trevor Starbuck Trevor Starbuck Trevor has used Autograph for 5 years and is particularly skilled at KS3 and KS4 at all levels including less able children. Most recently he has developed the use of Autograph in his department for GCSE data handling. An experienced maths teacher with 5 years as head of department, Trevor is also expert on effective use of FX Draw and Derive. One Day Starter Course for beginners or courses tailored to specific needs. Fees from £350 per day depending on course requirement. Contact trevorstarbuck@btinternet.com. Tel 01455 824863 or mobile 0780 441 7980.
Trevor Starbuck Simon Woodhead, Development Director at Autograph and Milton Keynes MathsJam organiser. Simon is an expert in the creative use of Autograph for the visualisation of mathematics. He is responsible for creating the Autograph Extras, the online Autograph Activities platform, editing and designing C N Barton's Autograph Activities books, compiling the Autograph Training Manual and recording over 30 Autograph training videos. He has tutored internationally on the best use of Autograph for teaching and learning mathematics. Available in England. Fee for a half-day is £250 and a full day is £400, plus travel expenses. Tel. 01908 566233 Mob. 07734 446233 simon@autograph-maths.com
NORTH-WEST BASED
  Martin Bamber, specialises in Autograph. Used to be head of maths at WIS in Hong Kong. Now manager of the Further Maths Centre at Liverpool University. Dept. of Mathematical Sciences, University of Liverpool L69 7ZL.
Tel: 0151 794 4057  Fax: 0151 794 4061  Mob: 07985 970641
martinbamber@fmnetwork.org.uk     m.bamber@liv.ac.uk
Christine Dickinson Christine Dickinson is a teacher and lecturer in Mathematics at Bury College in Lancashire.  With over 15 years of experience, primarily in the post 16 sector she has taught a wide range of ages and ability from Key stage 3 to Further Mathematics A level.  Involved in the pilot for the Standard Unit Materials for Mathematics, she has developed her skills into the development of Autograph for use in the classroom and is now an Approved trainer for Autograph. For information and fees for courses on the use of Autograph in the classroom contact christine.1123@btinternet.com
WALES BASED
  R & A Training, 2 Glan-y-nant, Aberhafesp, Newtown, Powys, SY16 3HB. Tel 01686 688926, fax 01686 688631, richardmorris@morris29.freeserve.co.uk. Training for teachers by teachers. Interactive Whiteboard specialists. Welsh speakers available.
SOUTH-WEST BASED
John Berry (part-time Professor of Mathematics Education at Plymouth University and Mathematics Professor in Residence at Wells Cathedral School, Somerset) specialises in Derive, Cabri, TI-83 and TI-89/92/Voyage 200 and is available to run workshops with pupils and/or teachers in your school or college or in a consortium of schools and colleges. Please contact initially by email: jberry@plymouth.ac.uk
Dr Brian Brooks Dr Brian Brooks. ICT is great for maths teaching. But only as good as the lesson that it's embedded in. ICT techniques on their own may be fun, but they won't help if they don't support or enrich a lesson idea that is already strong on its own. So my training is focussed on making the ICT resource to fit the lesson. Instead of saying "Hey, this is what I can do with Cabri", I say " Is Cabri the tool that will help me bring this lesson idea to life?" If the answer is yes, then I find a way to make Cabri do what I want. Technique follows idea, not the other way around. Cabri II Plus is my favourite. But I'll also use Excel, Autograph, Derive, FXdraw, and anything else that comes to hand. Even Powerpoint has its place. I teach maths at Millfield School. Sometimes I use plenty of ICT. Sometimes not. Please e-mail me at bpb@millfieldschool.com.
  Peter Graham specialises in Derive, Part-time lecturer at UWE, 0117 9760439, 23 Birch Close, Patchway, Bristol, Avon, BS34 5SD
Mike Hadden has over 25 years teaching experience including Sixth Form work from GCSE retake classes to Further Mathematics. He is skilled in using Excel to produce interactive resources for teaching and learning and offers many free downloads on his website. Mike specialises in Excel (from the basics to Macros and other advanced features), Word and PowerPoint and is an approved trainer for the Autograph maths software. Further details at http://www.mathsfiles.com Contact mikejhadden@googlemail.com
Snezana Lawrence Snezana Lawrence, www.mathsisgoodforyou.com.
Snezana is a Lecturer in Mathematics Education at Bath Spa University and the Editor of the Education Section of the British Society for the History of Mathematics Bulletin. She has, over the past decade, been a leading teacher in Kent and has been training maths teachers in the use of ICT. Snezana specialises in Geometer’s Sketchpad and offers courses from beginners to advanced level – her keen interest and expertise in the history of mathematics means that you will also benefit from materials and insights on how to teach geometry in an historical context with the help of ICT. Fees from £500 per day for maximum 15 delegates, depending on course requirements; travel expenses extra. Contact snezana@mathsisgoodforyou.com.
  Federica Olivero specialises in Cabri, Bristol University Fede.Olivero@bristol.ac.uk Fede.Olivero@bristol.ac.uk
SOUTH-EAST BASED
Chris Olley, Education Interactive, Chris has wide expertise in a range of maths ICT including Autograph, Cabri Geometry II Plus, The Geometer's Sketchpad, Cabri 3D, and TI-Nspire CAS. 10 Staplehurst Road, London, SE13 5NB, www.education-interactive.co.uk, www.themathszone.co.uk, Phone: 020 8318 6380, Fax: 020 8318 6610, Mobile: 0794 112 3054
National Mathematics Partnership Lynn Churchman

Will work alongside you in your present context to raise the achievement of your learners. School improvement packages tailored to the specific needs of the school.

Pip Huyton Pip Huyton, Accomplish Education

Pip established Accomplish Education as a base for her work as an independent consultant and trainer. She has wide experience of working with mathematics leaders and departments, some in the most challenging areas within the UK. Pip is highly experienced with mathematics software, from free packages right up to professional software like Autograph, Cabri and Sketchpad.
Accomplish Education works in partnership with schools and academies throughout the UK. They are experienced consultants who specialise in supporting and developing both Primary and Secondary senior leadership teams, mathematics subject leaders and their departments.