Due to high demand, NEU will be running a full day accredited MHFA qualification for a second time.
As part of our mental health project in the North West, NEU will be running a full day accredited MHFA qualification.
From the feedback and issues raised by local members, this two part event will cover the topics of Workload and Mindfulness in an interactive and informative session.
Our first Mental Health Conference will comprise workshop sessions, networking, and opportunities to get involved in developing the NEU Mental Health network in the North West.
Advice and guidance on supporting students going through gender transition.
School direct trainees, join us for our first NEU School direct trainee Conference at Crewe Hall. A jam packed day and a half where you will have the opportunity to meet and find out more about NEU trainee and NQ networks and the amazing work they do, an evening socialising and networking with with fellow school direct trainees and a full day of CPD from award winning provider 'Decisive element'.
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.
Latest research shows that 15% of the population carry the genetic background which makes them predisposed to Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLDs) equating to approximately 5-6 learners in a in a class of 30. This motivational workshop gives you the tools to recognise the signs and indicators of learners with a SpLD. It will provide top tips to meet their specific learning needs through high quality teaching and differentiation to create an inclusive learning environment.
Tactile Collider is a project that aims to make science accessible to all, including people with visual impairments. We invite educators to join us for a CPD session looking at how tactile maps, objects, sounds and technology can be used to enhance teaching.
Workload is one of the key issues facing educational professionals today so to tie in with our workload campaign, Mike Culley, a chartered occupational psychologist, will run this session on managing workload.