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Training and CPD

Please note that all training for the summer term 2020 has been cancelled.

Solihull Education Improvement Service offers a termly programme of core briefings and events to all Solihull education providers to support ongoing professional development. These are provided free of charge. Chargeable events offered by the local authority are now included in the same document.

An additional CPD programme is also available which is delivered by local teaching schools and collaboratives. These events are chargeable.

Full details of the booking process and costs can be found on the termly programmes. These can be found over on the right hand side of this page under “Solihull council documents”.

 

 

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Training is being offered by the Mosaic/Evolve collaborative on Friday 20 March, 1.00 - 3.30pm at Greswold primary school, cost £45.

The session will be led by Lisa Sabotig, Educational Psychologist and will cover:

  • Positive aspects of conflict.
  • CUDSA - five steps framework for managing conflict.
  • Managing conflict skills audit.

To apply for this training, please contact Joyce Rothschild at: joyce.rothschild@solgrid365.org.uk

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Training is being offered by the Mosaic/Evolve collaborative on Friday 6 March, 1.00 - 3.30pm at Greswold primary school at a cost £45.

The session will be led by Lisa Sabotig, Educational Psychologist and will cover:

  • The importance of self reflection on our own emotional states.
  • The need to develop and maintain appropriate support systems around us.
  • Analysing and understanding our own mental health and well-being needs.

To apply for this training, please email Joyce Rothschild at: joyce.rothschild@solgrid365.org.uk

Publication subject:

Mosaic are offering training this term on “Spelling/Handwriting” and “Cohesion in Writing”. Please see Mosaic spring flyer 2020 for full details.

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