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Training

Greenshaw Learning Trust offers training programmes to support staff across all its schools. Please see below for courses currently on offer.

Good to Outstanding Teaching - NQT and NQT + 1 
This three day programme for NQT and NQT+1 will allow participants to explore issues around outstanding learning and innovative teaching. We will explore how children learn and what this may mean to their teaching and the school if we are to be outstanding . We will explore how inspirational teaching can be developed and incorporated within your own school planning. We will explore the three areas Ofsted look for: Challenge, Progress and Engagement.
 
Visions of Leadership
This five day leadership development programme is an intense, concentrated programme for personal development. It will enable individuals to develop their leadership capacity, help to develop the skills needed to be an effective leader, and provide opportunities to practise these skills. They will learn how best to make truly effective contributions to key decisions within their organisation, whilst evaluating the impact they have on those around them. This exciting skills-based programme aims to develop future leaders whilst embedding school initiatives to
help raise standards.
 
Youth Mental Health First Aider

This two-day course will be facilitated by qualified MHFA England associate, Simon Cooper-Hind, who will deliver this crucial course focusing on the mental well-being of children in our schools. It will enable individuals to develop an in depth understanding of young people’s mental health and factors that affect well-being, as well as practical skills to spot the triggers and signs of mental health issues. They will learn how to help a young person recover their health by guiding them to further support and also how to support a young person with a long term mental health issue or disability to thrive. The course will also offer tools to look after your own mental wellbeing.

For more details, please download the information below.