This workshop will be an opportunity to become better informed and more confident in responding to incidents of deliberate self-harm and in responding to young people for whom eating has become problematic. What exactly do young people do? Why do they deliberately harm themselves? Why do they stop eating sometimes or start making themselves throw up? What’s going on in their lives? Is everyone different or are there common themes? What helps and what hinders? How should professionals think about these things and how should they respond?
This workshop will be theoretical as well as experiential and practical. We’ll think about our own experiences as well as the experiences of the young people with whom we’re working. We’ll practise and learn together. The day will be of particular interest to professionals working with young people in education, health, social services, counselling and other contexts.
£95 + VAT (Total £114)Essential Information
Click on the hyperlink below to book a place directly with Oxford Brookes University - places cannot be booked through OTSA.
Supporting and developing Newly Qualified Teachers in their first year of teaching is hugely important. The Primary NQT Training Programme has been developed to reinforce key subject knowledge areas, and to provide you with informal links and support throughout the year.
The School of Education’s NQT training programme is run in partnership with the Oxfordshire Teaching School’s Alliance, and provides NQTs with an opportunity to reflect on their practice and integrate further ideas and approaches to develop their teaching.
The programme will also provide
a basis for on-going professional development with links into the School of Education’s range of Postgraduate Certificate courses and MA in Education modules.A series of seven workshops running across the academic year focusing on supporting Newly Qualified Teachers
17 October 2018 Professional Skills – time management, record keeping and working with other adults
21 November 2018 Effective Behaviour for Learning – creating learning focussed classrooms
12 December 2018 Assessment for Learning – marking, feedback and informing planning
6 February 2019 Effective Science Teaching – investigation led approach
6 March 2019 Differentiation in Maths – ensuring progress for all
24 April 2019 Developing Literacy through Literature
22 May 2019 Computing and Technology Enhanced Learning
*Reduced rate available for Oxford Brookes partnership or OTSA partner schools
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|1||Wednesday 17 October 2018||13:30 - 16:30||Oxford Brookes University||Map|
|2||Wednesday 21 November 2018||13:30 - 16:30||Oxford Brookes University||Map|
|3||Wednesday 12 December 2018||13:30 - 16:30||Oxford Brookes University||Map|
|4||Wednesday 6 February 2019||13:30 - 16:30||Oxford Brookes University||Map|
|5||Wednesday 6 March 2019||13:30 - 16:30||Oxford Brookes University||Map|
|6||Wednesday 24 April 2019||13:30 - 16:30||Oxford Brookes University||Map|
|7||Wednesday 22 May 2019||13:30 - 16:30||Oxford Brookes University||Map|
This training session is led by Nathan Crook an independent Mathematics consultan and is suitable for teaching staff from Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2.
The programme will develop strategies for making maths learning meaningful to all children. It will cover exploring the use of practical equipment used to develop the learning and teaching of fractions,which require a deeper understanding by children, to enable them to fully access end of key stage questions.
Cost per particpant £40.00 plus VAT.Essential Information
Gain confidence in saying the hardest things in a way that you can be heard by others.
Improve staff motivation and wellbeing through effective coaching techniques.
Develop a culture of honest feedback and prevent awkward or difficult situations from getting worse and impacting on the team, your school or setting.Essential Information
Providers of the Early Years Foundation Stage must refer to and comply with the paediatric first aid requirements contained within the Statutory Framework and the Practice Guidance for the Early Years Foundation Stage (DFE). This includes having at least one person, who has a current Paediatric First Aid Certificate, on the premises at all times when children are present and one person trained on all school outings. This course introduces first aid to candidates who have children and babies in their care and to enable them to recognise and respond to a paediatric emergency.
Certification – valid for 3 years
Cost - £125 + VAT per personEssential Information
OTSA and the National College of Education (NCE) are delighted to invite educators from across Oxfordshire (and the surrounding areas) to an Open Evening to explore our new and exciting professional learning journey.
The evening will explore your options around:-
Senior Leader Programme
Format for the evening
5.00 pm - Welcome drinks and nibbles
5.30 pm - Presentation: Senior Leader Programme
6.30 pm - Networking and Q&A
7.00 pm - Finish
With an overview from an OTSA and NCE Director, 1:1 personalised advice sessions, networking and refreshments, this Open Evening is not to be missed.
WHO CAN APPLY FOR:
Senior Leader Programme?
Qualified teachers or leaders (4 years+ teaching experience) with an autonomous area of responsibility in school (whole-school responsibility) can access this programme.
HOW MUCH WILL IT COST?
Senior Leader Programme (with an M.Ed in Educational Leadership)
No school will pay more than £1,800, but if your school has been contributing to the Apprenticeship Levy, there may be no additional cost – in effect offering fully-funded CPD!
Senior Leader Programme - an overview of the programme can be found in the brochure here.
To support this offer, a free Open Evening event to those interested is taking place on Thursday 6th June at 5pm in Oxford.
This is a fantastic opportunity for professional development that cannot be missed!
To book your place for the Open Evening, click on the 'Book Course' icon above.
The deadline for this programme is Friday 15th June 2019. Come and join us to find out more!
IF YOU'RE INTERESTED IN APPLYING AND CANNOT ATTEND THE OPEN EVENING, THEN PLEASE BOOK DIRECTLY THROUGH THE NCE WEBSITE
For any further information, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.orgEssential Information
Who is this suitable for?
The aim of the workshop is to prepare applicants for the OTT recruitment day so that they can show the very best version of themselves to the selection panel.
What is covered?
This Workshop is free of charge
This cost of this event is being funded by OTSA and therefore attendance is free of charge. However, should you cancel your place less than 20 working days before the event, or not attend the event, we will charge you a cancellation fee of £25 as a contribution towards the administration and venue costs that we will have incurred.Essential Information
Effective practise for every educationalist has a long term, measurable impact on learning and achievement.
This workshop will be an active and engaging session bespoke for TAs and HLTAs written and delivered by the inspirational Amjad Ali. You will receive input from him to support you to, reflect on your practice and learn from one another.
You will walk away with a range of Teaching and Learning ideas that you can use for any subject, classroom and phase.
If you are not sure this is for you.......ask yourself the question:
Why do you do It? Would I want to be a pupil in my class?
'For Amjad, education is about ensuring wherever you come from, whatever your parents do or not do, does not impact on a students' potential of success. Whatever success means to that young person, it should be found and celebrated.'
Cost per participant £60 plus VATEssential Information
To give participants an understanding of the nature and causes of fire, and how to identify, prioritise and manage the fire risk and take the appropriate actions as a fire marshal.
Certification – valid for 2 years
Cost - £60 + VAT per personEssential Information
Learn practical steps for managing stress and building resilience in yourself and others in the team
Venue: Flo's - The Place in the Park, Florence Park, Oxford.
Annie Davy, former Head of Early Years in Oxfordshire, now independent coach, facilitator and trainer and published author. Her book A Sense of Place was published by Bloomsbury in Feb 2019.