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Thursday, 19th November and Thursday, 10th December 2020

9.00a.m. – 12.30p.m.

Attendance at both days is required

Delivered online via Zoom

Places for this training are strictly limited


Overview

Join former Headteacher and PGCE course leader Hannah Wilson to explore wellbeing and resilience for your trainees, your mentors and your ITT teams.  Hannah will share her learning as a Mental Health in Schools’ Award Coach and MH First Aider.  Joining Hannah to deliver the session will be special guests Bukky Yusuf, secondary leader and #Teacher5aday advocate and  Adrian Bethune, primary leader and author of ‘Wellbeing in the Primary Classroom’.

This training will cover the following topics:

  • Resilience
  • Leading in uncertainty
  • Mental Health First Aid
  • Wellbeing
  • Dealing with change

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand how to embed Mental Health and Wellbeing into your ITT curriculum
  • Reflect on strategies for trainees, mentors and course leaders on being resilient
  • Develop techniques for leading in uncertainty and dealing with change

Apply learning in your action plan for your provision this year


Cost

The cost for NASBTT members will be £125.00 per delegate.

The cost for non-members will be £250.00 per delegate.

Please note our Payment and cancellation terms apply.


Booking a place

To book your place, please complete the booking form below.

Joining instructions and Zoom details will follow one week prior to the event.

Please note a separate submission needs to be made for each delegate booking. Bookings containing more than one delegate’s details cannot be accepted in line with GDPR Legislation.

This event is now fully booked. To be added to our waiting list for future dates please email Caroline Draper.


Questions

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Caroline Draper, Administrator, by emailing cdraper@nasbtt.org.uk.


Payment and cancellation terms

View our Payment and Cancellation Terms.

 

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