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  • 23 March 2020 at 05:45 PM
    UNISON Regional Office in Manchester, United Kingdom

    Mental Health Awareness Manchester 23rd March 2020

    Mental Health Awareness

    In this course members will develop awareness of:
    • The range of mental health problems people face
    • The experience of people living with mental distress
    • Strategies for promoting good mental health
    • A revised level of awareness to take back to your workplace

    To book a space on this course, please click on Express Your Interest and complete your name and email details. Please make sure you can commit to attending the course on Monday 23rd March, before you book your space on the course. Courses can be cancelled at a cost to UNISON if we get a lot of cancellations for a course.

  • 06 April 2020 at 10:00 AM
    TBC in Blackpool, United Kingdom

    Handling Pupil Violence, PRIMARY aged Children, Blackpool, 6th April 2020

    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. In 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 Blackpool.

    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.

    To book a space on this course, please click on Express Your Interest and complete your name and email details. Please make sure you can commit to attending the course on Monday 6th April before you book your space on the course. Cancellations mean empty places other members have missed out on. Courses can be cancelled at a cost to UNISON if we get a lot of cancellations for a course.

  • 06 April 2020 at 01:00 PM
    TBC in Blackpool, United Kingdom

    Handling Pupil Violence SECONDARY aged children, Blackpool 6th April 2020

    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. 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 BLACKPOOL.

    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.

    To book a space on this course, please click on Express Your Interest and complete your name and email details. Please make sure you can commit to attending the course on Monday 6th April before you book your space on the course. Cancellations mean empty places other members have missed out on. Courses can be cancelled at a cost to UNISON if we get a lot of cancellations for a course.

  • 07 April 2020 at 10:00 AM
    TBC in Wigan, United Kingdom

    Handling Pupil Violence, PRIMARY aged children, Wigan, 7th April 2020

    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. In 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 WIGAN.

    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.

    To book a space on this course, please click on Express Your Interest and complete your name and email details. Please make sure you can commit to attending the course on Tuesday 7th April before you book your space on the course. Cancellations mean empty places other members have missed out on. Courses can be cancelled at a cost to UNISON if we get a lot of cancellations for a course.

  • 07 April 2020 at 01:00 PM
    TBC in Wigan, United Kingdom

    Handling Pupil Violence, SECONDARY aged children, Wigan, 7th April 2020

    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. In 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 WIGAN.

    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.

    To book a space on this course, please click on Express Your Interest and complete your name and email details. Please make sure you can commit to attending the course on Tuesday 7th April before you book your space on the course. Cancellations mean empty places other members have missed out on. Courses can be cancelled at a cost to UNISON if we get a lot of cancellations for a course.

  • 08 April 2020 at 10:00 AM
    TBC in Cheshire, United Kingdom

    Handling Pupil Violence, PRIMARY aged children, Cheshire, 8th April 2020

    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. In 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 CHESHIRE.

    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.

    To book a space on this course, please click on Express Your Interest and complete your name and email details. Please make sure you can commit to attending the course on Wednesday 8th April before you book your space on the course. Cancellations mean empty places other members have missed out on. Courses can be cancelled at a cost to UNISON if we get a lot of cancellations for a course.

  • 08 April 2020 at 01:00 PM
    TBC in London, United Kingdom

    Handling Pupil Violence SECONDARY aged children, Cheshire, 8th April 2020

    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. 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 CHESHIRE.

    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.


    To book a space on this course, please click on Express Your Interest and complete your name and email details. Please make sure you can commit to attending the course on Wednesday 8th April before you book your space on the course. Cancellations mean empty places other members have missed out on. Courses can be cancelled at a cost to UNISON if we get a lot of cancellations for a course.

  • 21 April 2020 at 09:30 AM
    Penrith, venue to be confirmed

    Organising Stewards Penrith April 21st 2020

    An essential course for all new stewards.

    The course is run on the following dates 21st, 28th April, 5th, 12th and 19th May

  • 27 April 2020 at 05:45 PM
    TBC in Liverpool, United Kingdom

    Managing Workplace Aggression, Liverpool, Monday 27th April 2020

    This course is ideal for front line workers who work with service users.

    The course will will deal with challenging situations that are faced by workers and give participants mechanisms to deal with them. 

    The course will look at:

    • Risk Assessments, 
    • Interpreting body language,
    • Stages of aggression,
    • De-escalating challenging people;

    The course will be run by Jez Brigham, an experienced trainer in dealing with managing and de-escalating aggression in the workplace.

     

    Before you sign up for this course please read the course description carefully and make sure you can attend on the date; Monday 27th April. We have lots of members cancelling their places on courses, this means other members miss out on places and courses can be cancelled at a cost to UNISON.


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