Behaviour management

Behaviour Management

Join us for an exciting day-long programme discussing new and interesting techniques in behaviour management.

Managing the Tricky Class - a Follow-on Session

This is a 'follow-on' session from our Managing the Tricky Class sessions on October 11th (Stretford) and October 18th (Sefton). Attendees will be able to pose questions to the trainer about how they have implemented their learning from the previous session. It is not essential that you came to the previous session to attend, but this will be less structured and more responsive to the queries of members.

Managing the Tricky Class: Practical Behaviour Management

Mastering behaviour management is one of the biggest challenges facing teachers, particularly those new to the profession. This session will cover both theory and practice to help you manage your students.

Managing the Tricky Class: Practical Behaviour Management

Mastering behaviour management is one of the biggest challenges facing teachers, particularly those new to the profession. Delivered by Lisa Miller, a former teacher and now education consultant specialising in discipline and behaviour management, the session will cover both theory and practice to help you manage your students.

ATL Future CPD - Behaviour Management

A half day of high quality CPD for trainee and NQ members of the NEU with behaviour expert Robin Launder, the workshop will focus on behaviour management techniques and strategies.

Managing Extreme Behaviour online

The course will show you how to manage young people with specific behaviour needs; if you want to improve the behaviour of your most tricky students, then enroll today!
Online course fee £ 30.00

Taking care of behaviour Early Years online

Taking care of behaviour for early years is a self-paced online course, so you can work through it at your own rate and in your own time. Because it is internet based you can access it from home or school and your progress will be saved each time you visit the course.
Online course fee £ 30.00

ATL comment on exclusion figures

Nansi Ellis, assistant general secretary for policy at the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL), comments on the latest permanent and fixed-period exclusions in England: 2015 to 2016 published by the DfE today.

Essential Behaviour Training

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.
Standard £ 50.00, Support staff £ 30.00, NQT member £30.00

Essential Behaviour Training

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.
Standard £50.00, Support staff £30.00, NQT member £30.00