06 February 2018 to 07 February 2018
This two day block course will enable you to develop the knowledge and confidence to support members through a disciplinary process.
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 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.
Workplace Rep Stage 2 (Handling Casework). Reps are the face and voice of the union and helping members to resolve issues is a key part of a rep's work. This day will introduce you to handling casework and help you feel more confident in representing members.
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.
Drawing on perspectives offered by neuroscience, psychology and child development, the course aims to enable participants to feel more competent and confident in supporting parents and carers to promote good mental health and in recognising and addressing social and emotional needs in the children they work with.
ULRs specialise in advising and supporting members with their continuing personal and professional development. They work closely with school/college members and management to identify ways to improve access and quality of current provision, as well as source new opportunities.
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.
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 training event identifies pupils’ difficulties learning phonics. It provides strategies to teach phonics at wave 2 and 3 across the key stages demonstrating how to embed this learning into reading and spelling. Innovative ways to achieve this are demonstrated and practiced in this interactive session.