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This workshop is run by Gill Smith and Doug Binfield a Primary Mental Health Specialist, they have many years of experience across CAMHS and Children’s services. They will guide you through to better understand anxiety and emotional based school avoidance and support you with tips and tools to support your work with Children and Families. You will also be signposted to further organisations and support.
** You will not be able to attend this course if you have not completed Children’s – Mosaic Intermediate**
During this session your trainer will provide you with an introduction to Mosaic workflow and on how to complete and progress work within Mosaic. You’ll also get the opportunity to work through a Mosaic workflow process that you’ll be using in your day to day role.
This is a trainer-led virtual course conducted via Microsoft Teams and the Mosaic Training Database.
** You will not be able to attend this course if you have not completed the relevant Me-Learning module**
During this session you'll get the opportunity to practice what was covered in the online 'Me-Learning' by logging into the Mosaic Training Database and completing a series of tasks which will be explained to you in short video demonstrations. The tasks will include recording basic person details and updating running records.
This is a self-led virtual course conducted via Microsoft Teams, the CAH Learning Portal and the Mosaic Training Database.
** You will not be able to progress to ‘Children’s – Mosaic Advanced’ until this course has been completed**
These sessions are for the members of the South Gloucestershire Coaching and Mentoring Service only. We ask that all members attend two sessions of group supervision per year. Please see full details below for more information.
What is coaching supervision?
Coaching supervision is the practice of reflecting upon your work as a coach, usually with a trained supervisor in either a 1:1 or group basis. It is often emphasised as ‘SUPER-vision' providing you with an enhanced ability to see your work from multiple perspectives. If not viewed like this coach supervision could be misconstrued as a more managerial practice by someone with more power than yourself 'checking' that you are 'doing it right'. Far from this, the relationship is more of one of equals, where the supervisor and coach (supervisee) sit 'side by side' in a safe, non-judgemental space getting curious about the your work as a coach. Through this process you gain insight into yourself, the client and the work you do together. Regular coaching supervision will enable the coach to explore these areas and in doing so improve their coaching effectiveness and ensure best value for coachees. Coaching supervision is an essential part of a coach’s ongoing learning and development.
These network meetings are for leaders and managers of pre-schools and nurseries.
Are you content with how you lead and manage your setting?
This supportive, peer to peer environment will encourage attendees to benefit from network opportunities to:
• Discuss experiences and issues with like-minded leaders and managers
• Consider different leadership and management styles
• Reflect on the impact of their leadership and management style
• Gain new ideas to support your own leadership and management practice.