This one-day workshop can be attended as a whole day or you can choose to attend either the morning or afternoon session. The morning session will focus on understanding key coaching skills, and how they can be used with colleagues and students.
The afternoon session will look at the role of the mentor and their role in supporting the career progression of anyone who works in a non-teaching or teaching role.
This aims to increase awareness of suicide and help participants to understand why a person might consider suicide. This course will allow access to follow on training.
This workshop gives you the tools to recognise the signs and indicators of learners with a SpLD and top tips to meet their specific learning needs through high quality teaching and creating an inclusive learning environment.
This interactive workshop offers an opportunity to develop your knowledge, awareness and understanding of eating disordered behaviour, from a young person’s perspective, and to look at what lies behind this emotive issue.
Workplace Rep Stage 3 (Negotiating Skills): The focus of the final day of the core training will help you to feel more confident when meeting managers and assisting members through negotiations and bargaining.
Research demonstrates a direct link between working memory difficulties and learners’ academic attainment. Having a good working memory is strongly linked to reading and academic achievement while a low working memory capacity can manifest itself in a student’s lack of focus, difficulty in remembering instructions and disorganised and erratic behaviour.
This event will equip you with some important information for new teachers.
Our first workshop will cover everything you should expect from Induction, what your rights and responsibilities are and how to ensure you successfully flourish as a new teacher.
The second workshop will look at the professional responsibilities of a teacher including areas such as professional boundaries, Prevent, safeguarding, school trips and the School Teachers Pay & Conditions.
*Please note the focus for this event has slightly changed and will no longer have the "Taking Students Off Site" session*
Employers, including schools, have a legal duty to assess health and safety risks. Any individual carrying out a risk assessment needs to have the necessary knowledge, skills and confidence to develop effective assessments.
This one day course is a mix of theory and practical sessions developed to assist attaining the knowledge, skills and, most importantly, practical confidence, that is required to enable staff members plan and conduct suitable and sufficient risk assessments on return to the workplace.
Supply teaching can be one of the toughest roles in the profession. Teaching unfamiliar pupils in unfamiliar places and often even dealing with delivering unfamiliar subjects. This session is designed to share knowledge, techniques and resources to share that can turn you from supply to super substitute.
Engaging the Disengaged is a though provoking and interactive event that looks at how educators can begin to engage and rekindle the interest of their students with their own learning.
Employing enjoyable, stimulating and student-led learning ideas, this event investigates how and why some students turn off to learning and how we can use a few simple ideas to reinvigorate our classroom learning environment.