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Behaviour Management training for Step Teachers
At Step Teachers we recognise the importance of good behaviour management in the classroom to maximise effective teaching and reduce levels of stress in the classroom setting.
This is particularly important for supply teachers, as you need to be able to walk in to a classroom and take positive control immediately.
Step Teachers is committed to continually improving our teachers’ skills and we have therefore set up a Behaviour Management course, exclusively for our teachers, to support your Continuing Professional Development, and ensure that all our teachers are up-to-date with the latest behaviour management techniques.
The course is run by Helene Musso, who has many years teaching and training experience, using a mixture of interactive presentation techniques, including role play and discussion. The aim of the course is to equip our teachers with a wide range of tried and tested classroom management techniques and also looks at the role of assertive behaviour. Participants will leave with more confidence to handle difficult situations and the knowledge that they are not alone in their situation.
The sessions are for a maximum of 10 teachers, so there is the opportunity to tailor the sessions to meet the experience of the attendants.
Course fee is £40 for both sessions (teachers must attend both sessions.)
If you are interested in attending the course, please speak to your Step Teachers consultant.
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