This workshop is aimed at anyone who is thinking about applying for a leadership Job in Education, or who is newly appointed.
This one day course will look at advising and representing ATL members in relation to ill health and sickness absence, while aiming to develop an organising approach around issues.
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.
To tie in with ATL's Workload campaign, Mike Culley will run a session on managing workload.
This session explores the part that teachers, support staff and the school play in safeguarding children.
Research has shown that the two most important success factors for a school or a college are the effectiveness of its teaching and how it is led. Good teaching inevitably leads to student success but this cannot happen without good leadership.
The masterclass includes tips on peer support and early-symptom spotting for mental illness, with a particular emphasis on self-harm and eating disorders.
This is the first National Education Union Midland’s Independent Sector Well-being Day! The event will feature a fantastic selection of CPD workshops on managing conflict and relaxation, as well as an Independent Sector briefing and Q and A session with ATL’s National Official for the Independent sector, Jennie Bremner. There is no cost to this event, and free head and hand massages as well as other wellness related mini treatments will be on offer throughout the day!
The conference will feature a #Make1Change ATL workload campaign briefing/update, a full day of high quality CPD, with a focus on time-saving Teaching and Learning strategies and a networking lunch.
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.