IMPROVING COMMUNICATION, ENGAGEMENT AND WELL BEING WITHIN YOUR SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY
Next course available Term 4, 2017. Register today at firstname.lastname@example.org
This one-day NESA accredited course focuses on the everyday techniques that effective people use in their personal lives and at work.
The course, designed specifically for all people who work in education, will provide practical and ready to use techniques for:
- Leadership Strategies that work for everyone
- Improving all aspects of your communications
- Understanding other people and dealing with challenging situations
- Positive thinking and developing collegial work practices
- Creating a positive across-school service culture
- Improving your health and well-being.
A cornerstone of this course is how we can all learn simple techniques to improve the quality of our professional and personal relationships.
This course contributes to 5 (five) hours of QTC Registered PD addressing 3.7.2,6.3.2,7.3.2 and 7.4.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.
A list of just a few recent participant comments;
“This course has given me the necessary motivation and skills to make great professional and personal changes to my life.”Karen: Primary Educator
“The day went far too quickly. So much offered. Thank you!” Brian: Secondary Faculty Leader
“This day will have a profound effect on my future teaching practice.” James: Executive Leader
“Thank you so much for a challenging and informative day.” Marie: Primary Executive
Also available for everyone at your school
Don’t miss the opportunity to have your school become part of this unique professional development. ALACT can adapt course material to whole-school staff groups delivered in single days or over a number of consecutive evenings. Contact email@example.com to discuss.
BUILDING RESILIENCE IN THE CLASSROOM AND THE STAFFROOM
This one-day NESA accredited course focuses on helping teachers build resilience in the classroom as well as the staffroom.
This course contributes to 5 (five) hours of QTC Registered PD addressing 1.1.2, 3.3.2, 4.3.2, and 5.2.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.
We all need to be aware of the health and well-being of our students, colleagues and ourselves. The good news is that resilience can be developed, both individually, and in teams. The resilience of children in classrooms is a key factor in successful learning. Participants in this course learn about what helps build resilience and how teachers can improve their own well-being and that of the students they teach.
The complexity of modern life impacts on the mental health of both children and adults. Change is inevitable and an example is the ever increasing impact that technology has both at home and in the workplace. The internet and social media provide far greater access to information for school students and this can create issues.
The Building Resilience in the Classroom and the Staffroom course helps participants recognise the impact of their behaviour on others. They will also learn about helping others build their resilience as well as how to implement some simple strategies to create a harmonious and productive work and classroom environment.
The course will be offered in northern NSW during Term 4, 2017. For further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
About Australian Leadership and Communication Training
Our company provides innovative leadership and communication training for the executive and staff of both public and private sector organisations. Our emphasis is on creativity in the workplace and providing skills to leadership to create environments where great things happen.
UNDERSTANDING AND MANAGING BEHAVIOUR – IN AND OUT OF THE CLASSROOM
Next course available Term 4, 2017. Register today at email@example.com
This one-day NESA accredited course focuses on helping teachers understand what contributes to poor behaviour and how classrooms can be structured for better learning outcomes.
This course contributes to 5 (five) hours of QTC Registered PD addressing 1.2.2, 4.2.2, 4.3.2, and 6.2.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.
Common behaviours in the classroom and playground – how to create better environments for learning
Why children exhibit certain behaviours
Emotions, moods and feelings – what are they and how do they impact on you and the children in your classrooms?
The power of your reaction to behaviour – Can you read your students? Can they read you?
Body Language – reading the non-verbal clues
Developing a positive classroom/school environment
Sensory Kids and how to help teach them
Developing effective Classroom Management
Back to basics – Class Rules. Gaining Attention and Giving Instructions
Language of Acknowledgement, Correction and Consequences. The power of Feedback
Writing Behaviour Plans
Triggers – when, where, how?
How to track behaviour and look for patterns
Meeting the needs of children with behaviour difficulties in a safe environment for everyone.
Call Jim White on 0427 270 243 or Rob Asser on 0412 047 484 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for a conversation about how we can work together to deliver these exciting new professional development opportunities to your team.