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  • 03 April 2019 at 05:45 PM
    UNISON office, Arena Point in Manchester, United Kingdom

    Dementia Awareness Manchester April 2019

    Dementia Awareness

    In this evening workshop you will:

    • Get a general understanding of the experiences of people living with dementia and that of their family and carers
    • Learn the different types of dementia and the causes
    • Examine some strategies that may assist the individual and the their carer in the management of the condition
    • Gain understanding of the person-centred approach and the importance of effective communication in recognising, supporting and empowering the individual.

     

  • 09 April 2019 at 09:30 AM
    UNISON office, Arena Point in Manchester, United Kingdom

    Dealing with Pupil Violence in Primary School, Manchester 2019

    Part of our Schools Support Staff course offer, this half day session looks at de-escalating violent situations and how to recognise signs and signals that pre-empt a violent outburst from pupils with a focus specifically on PRIMARY school age children. Great for any TAs or schools support staff.  On the course you will learn:


    • To examine the reasons why young people display challenging behaviour
    • To explore ways in which we can influence a positive learning environment
    • To identify different types of challenging behaviour
    • To share, discuss and reflect on strategies for preventing and managing challenging behaviour and pupil violence

    This half day session is held in MANCHESTER.

    The tutor for this session is Jez Brigham, he is currently Deputy Head of a special school and has had a broad career working at a primary school and with children with SEN. He has developed strategies for dealing with extremely challenging behaviour and has delivered training to education teams and teachers.

    Please make sure you can commit to attending the course before you express your interest. It is very difficult to fill places when people cancel.

  • 09 April 2019 at 01:00 PM
    UNISON office, Arena Point in Manchester, United Kingdom

    Dealing with Pupil Violence in Secondary School, Manchester 2019

    Part of our Schools Support Staff course offer, this half day session looks at de-escalating violent situations and how to recognise signs and signals that pre-empt a violent outburst from pupils with a focus specifically on PRIMARY school age children. Great for any TAs or schools support staff.  On the course you will learn:


    • To examine the reasons why young people display challenging behaviour
    • To explore ways in which we can influence a positive learning environment
    • To identify different types of challenging behaviour
    • To share, discuss and reflect on strategies for preventing and managing challenging behaviour and pupil violence

    This half day session is held in MANCHESTER.

    The tutor for this session is Jez Brigham, he is currently Deputy Head of a special school and has had a broad career working at a primary school and with children with SEN. He has developed strategies for dealing with extremely challenging behaviour and has delivered training to education teams and teachers.

    Please make sure you can commit to attending the course before you express your interest. It is very difficult to fill places when people cancel.

  • 10 April 2019 at 09:30 AM
    Cotton Exchange, Liverpool

    Branch Officers Course Liverpool 10th April 2019

    A 3 day course for all new Branch Officers.

  • 10 April 2019 at 09:30 AM
    The Liner Hotel, Liverpool in Liverpool, United Kingdom

    Dealing with Pupil Violence in Primary School, Liverpool 2019

    Part of our Schools Support Staff course offer, this half day session looks at de-escalating violent situations and how to recognise signs and signals that pre-empt a violent outburst from pupils with a focus specifically on PRIMARY school age children. Great for any TAs or schools support staff.  the course you will learn:

    • To examine the reasons why young people display challenging behaviour
    • To explore ways in which we can influence a positive learning environment
    • To identify different types of challenging behaviour
    • To share, discuss and reflect on strategies for preventing and managing challenging behaviour and pupil violence

    This half day session is held in LIVERPOOL.

    The tutor for this session is Jez Brigham, he is currently Deputy Head of a special school and has had a broad career working at a primary school and with children with SEN. He has developed strategies for dealing with extremely challenging behaviour and has delivered training to education teams and teachers.

    Please make sure you can commit to attending the course before you express your interest. It is very difficult to fill places when people cancel.

  • 10 April 2019 at 01:00 PM
    The Liner Hotel, Liverpool in Liverpool, United Kingdom

    Dealing with Pupil Violence in Secondary School, Liverpool 2019

    Part of our Schools Support Staff course offer, this half day session looks at de-escalating violent situations and how to recognise signs and signals that pre-empt a violent outburst from pupils with a focus specifically on SECONDARY school age children. Great for any TAs or schools support staff. On the course you will learn:


    • To examine the reasons why young people display challenging behaviour
    • To explore ways in which we can influence a positive learning environment
    • To identify different types of challenging behaviour
    • To share, discuss and reflect on strategies for preventing and managing challenging behaviour and pupil violence


    This half day session is held in LIVERPOOL.


    The tutor for this session is Jez Brigham, he is currently Deputy Head of a special school and has had a broad career working at a primary school and with children with SEN. He has developed strategies for dealing with extremely challenging behaviour and has delivered training to education teams and teachers.

  • 11 April 2019 at 09:30 AM
    TBC

    Dealing with Pupil Violence in Primary School, Carlisle 2019

    Part of our Schools Support Staff course offer, this half day session looks at de-escalating violent situations and how to recognise signs and signals that pre-empt a violent outburst from pupils with a focus specifically on PRIMARY school age children. Great for any TAs or schools support staff.  On the course you will learn:


    • To examine the reasons why young people display challenging behaviour
    • To explore ways in which we can influence a positive learning environment
    • To identify different types of challenging behaviour
    • To share, discuss and reflect on strategies for preventing and managing challenging behaviour and pupil violence

    This half day session is held in CARLISLE.

    The tutor for this session is Jez Brigham, he is currently Deputy Head of a special school and has had a broad career working at a primary school and with children with SEN. He has developed strategies for dealing with extremely challenging behaviour and has delivered training to education teams and teachers.

    Please make sure you can commit to attending the course before you express your interest. It is very difficult to fill places when people cancel.

  • 11 April 2019 at 01:00 PM
    TBC

    Dealing with Pupil Violence in Secondary School, Carlisle 2019

      Part of our Schools Support Staff course offer, this half day session looks at de-escalating violent situations and how to recognise signs and signals that pre-empt a violent outburst from pupils with a focus specifically on SECONDARY school age children. Great for any TAs or schools support staff.  On the course you will learn:

    • To examine the reasons why young people display challenging behaviour
    • To explore ways in which we can influence a positive learning environment
    • To identify different types of challenging behaviour
    • To share, discuss and reflect on strategies for preventing and managing challenging behaviour and pupil violence

    This half day session is held in CARLISLE.

    The tutor for this session is Jez Brigham, he is currently Deputy Head of a special school and has had a broad career working at a primary school and with children with SEN. He has developed strategies for dealing with extremely challenging behaviour and has delivered training to education teams and teachers.

  • 24 April 2019 at 06:00 PM
    Quaker Meeting House in Liverpool, United Kingdom

    What's Your Story Liverpool

    UNISON are running a free, 12 week course for members in the Merseyside area.

    The course is run by Writing on the Wall, a writing and literature organisation. The course will help you develop your writing and creative skills and help you produce pieces of written or spoken word.

    To register for the course, express your interest here, If you have any questions, please contact Lyndsey Marchant, UNISON Learning and Development Organiser, 07939 583 811.

  • 27 April 2019 at 09:30 AM
    The Liner Hotel, Liverpool in Liverpool, United Kingdom

    Preparing for Retirement, Liverpool April 2019


    Preparing for Retirement:

    If you are looking to retire within the next two years, this course will benefit you. The course will cover:

    • Managing Change – moving from work to retirement
    • Legal matters – wills and trusts
    • Statutory pensions and state benefits
    • Independent Financial Advice, - what is the typical process you can expect from companies?
    • Occupational Pensions in Local Government

    This free course is great to get you planning ahead for a happy retirement and is provided by True Bearing an experienced provider of financial information.


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