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Developing A Calm Plan

Contact: rosemarie.conway@eani.org.uk

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ACCESS CODE REQUIRED

An access code is required to book a place on this course. If you don't know the access code please email: rosemarie.conway@eani.org.uk

AIMS:

• Understand the process of developing a supported Calm Plan based on nurture principles and trauma informed practice

• Use the Calm Plan framework: to help recognise dysregulation in yourself and your pupils

• To help understand what pupils are communicating through their behaviour

• Develop an understanding of how to help pupils feel safe and connected

Course Details:

11 September 2023 - 2.30pm - 4.15pm

23 October 2023 - 2.30pm - 4.15pm

13 November 2023 - 2.30pm - 4.15pm

22 January 2024 - 2.30pm -4.15pm

12 February 2024 - 2.30pm -4.15pm

25 March 2024 - 2.30pm- 4.15pm

22 April 2024 -2.30pm- 4.15pm

10 June 2024 - 2.30pm -4.15pm

Each individual member of staff attending should complete an individual registration.

The Training will be on an online platform -details will be provided in your confirmation email

 

Provider:
Primary Behaviour Support & Provisions

Audience:
Pre-School and Primary

Sub-Cover:
No

Booking Options

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Good Availability
DCP-07
MS Teams
10 Jun 2024
Good Availability

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