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This workshop looks at the skills needed by managers to get the most from these discussions, including how to tackle poor performance and how to further motivate high performers.
It will consist of 2 x half day, interactive, virtual classroom sessions, spaced 1 week apart. The course will use a case study to explore specific issues, particularly around dealing with staff who are struggling to perform well.
Each session will have trainer input, group work discussion and practice.
After day one, delegates will plan actions that they will undertake between day one and day two.
It is essential that you complete the "Maximising Performance" elearning module & pre-course work prior to attending this workshop.
Any specific questions regarding supervision and appraisal can be sent to the trainer up to five days before the course, to help contextualise the sessions. There will be a case study, the first part of which will need to be read before day one.
This course explores the importance of self-regulation and co-regulation for young children. We are fortunate to have Tamsin Grimmer, an associate of Early Education, who has a wealth of early years experience and is a successful trainer and author to lead this session. This course will consider the role of self-regulation within the new EYFS framework.Essential Information
The aim of this course is to recognise the important role that birth children have within the foster home. Itoffers an opportunity to reflect on how you can support your own children.
**Governors should have attended an Introduction to Schools Finance prior to attending this course**
The aim of this course is to build governors understanding of schools finance and to enable them to make a valuable contribution to the Finance/Resources Committee and Whole Governing Board.
This training consist of two half day sessions. Your application, once confirmed, will be a booking for both half days.
We anticipate that the trainers will send out a pre course questionnaire, covering your place and area of work, and possibly to include any concerns you may have.Essential Information
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