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East Midlands Training Opportunities

How to Transform Anger into Sound Self Esteem

9.30-12.30pm Erewash CVS, Granville Avenue,
Long Eaton, Derbyshire, NG10 4HD
(2 miles from M1 junction 25)
Thursday 14th March

Anger Management and Self esteem are two major emotional & psychological issues which inhibit potential learning & happiness. But anger can actually be useful for building self esteem!
With a particular focus on issues such as impulse control, this workshop explores the surprising connection that can be tapped in to, to re-channel emotional energy and support transformation.
You will learn how to turn theoretical understanding into hands on support through practical tools which are designed for you to use with your teams or with families.
This workshop is useful for practitioners with a remit to either run programmes, or cascade principles and good practice in Anger Management and Self Esteem to their teams or families, and will also be helpful to those who have attended our earlier introductory sessions on Anger Management and Self Esteem.

Baselining & Tracking Social & Emotional Competencies

1.30-4.30pm Erewash CVS, Granville Avenue,
Long Eaton, Derbyshire, NG10 4HD
(2 miles from M1 junction 25)
Thursday 14th March

This half day workshop introduces the processes and tools that can be used to baseline ‘soft skills’ and track ‘distance travelled’ for competencies such as self esteem, motivation, communication, wellbeing and learning strengths.
The session will equip teachers and other practitioners to assess the impact of interventions; i.e. SEAL; and programmes which address self-esteem, friendship/nurture groups, bullying, transition and mental health & wellbeing. The day will enable participants to explore and learn:

 How to use a range of soft skills and attitudes profiles for individuals, classes, small groups and adult teams, including whole school indicators

 Processes to use to design interventions ‘positive focus’ self-confidence, self-esteem, creativity and ‘self leadership’

 How to assess young people’s progress in personal, social and emotional aspects of learning using strength based approaches

 How to empower children to identify their needs and measure their development

£50 per session or both for £90
SAVE £10
Limited places; allocated on a ‘first-come-first-served’ basis
Please book early!

For bookings & all enquiries contact;
Jo Stockdale, CLADAC Programme Co-ordinator on; 07929312377 or email;

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