A free one-day conference for trainees and those in the first three years of teaching.
This workshop explores some of the key themes behind creating a winning team in your classroom, department, whole school or college. It will also explore the central role of the team leader in creating the right climate for a team to work in and the communication skills necessary for this
Disruptive student behaviour is an all too common frustration for teachers, lecturers and support staff. Poor behaviour is not only a barrier to learning it can also threaten the health and wellbeing of education professionals. While there is an understandable desire for a “magic key” to behaviour management the reality is that successfully managed classrooms depend on several key factors.
If you are a new rep or a rep who has not attended training in the last three years you should attend the Induction course in your region.
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.
This course will aim to provide those working with young people with a solid understanding of mental health and wellbeing during the teenage years, alongside tools for supporting teenagers and young people.
Ensuring that every pupil in your class makes “rapid and sustained progress” can sometimes seem like an impossible task – especially when within your class there are pupils of widely differing abilities. How do you make sure “Clever Claire” is “stretched and challenged” while “Vulnerable Victor” is still struggling to copy down today’s date.
This your opportunity to take control of your own workload!
This one day workshop will provide plenty of insight as to how to set about further developing the talent around you to ensure win-win situations and that you “grow your own” talent for the future.