The training is led by an external Therapeutic Thinking consultant, Angela Wadham. The training is delivered using Power Point, group work and discussion. All attendees are provided with a hard copy of the power point for notetaking and an electronic version to use when back in their schools.
The training consists of the following types of modules:
Engagement modules: these enable attendees to realise the necessity for the therapeutic thinking philosophy to be embedded in the school or settings.
Action modules: the sharing of a range of resources to analyse behaviour.
There is always a Local Authority representative at the training to answer questions and comment on any county-based queries and provide the local perspective.
The training provides clear guidance on how to use the Therapeutic Thinking analysis and planning tools. Hard and electronic copies of these tools are given to all attendees to use and share in their schools.
On the third training day the attendees each deliver their own 8-minute presentation to the group with a partner. This is an essential part of the training. The presentation, resources and time to prepare are included within the training.
What training dates are available?
- 3rd to 5th March 2021
- 18th to 20th May 2021
- 15th to 17th June 2021
- 16th to 18th Nov 2021
- 1st to 3rd March 2022
- 3rd to 5th May 2022
Costs are dependent on whether the training is delivered virtually or face-to-face. Please see West Sussex Services for Schools for further information regarding costs.
How to book:
Places can be booked through West Sussex Services for Schools.
Last updated 15 December 2020