Training Events:

Understanding the Academic Resilience Approach

Understanding the Academic Resilience Approach

  • Date: 19-10-2020
  • Venue: via Microsoft Teams

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Target Audience: 

Learn about the Academic Resilience Approach and how schools can build resilience and cushion pupils, parents and staff from the worst effects of adversity. This workshop is aimed at anyone supporting children, young people and families in schools who are keen to understand how to build resilience in school communities. For example headteachers, governors, SENCOs, teachers and support staff. Ideally you would have attended the Introduction to Resilient Therapy course first.

Both sessions are mandatory

Date  

Time             

Registration

Venue

Course Code

19/10/20 & 22/10/20 

10:00 - 12:00

09:45

via Microsoft Teams

ARA10/20

Aims:

This workshop offers an introduction to the Academic Resilience Approach and provides the opportunity to understand more about what resilience is and how school communities can build resilience and cushion people from the worst effects of adversity.

Objectives:

This workshop will give you greater understanding of the Academic Resilience Approach including: 

• Definitions of resilience, why they matter and what the resilience research tells us.
• Risk and protective factors and how to use these to spot children at risk earlier.
• A framework for building resilience with children, young people and families in a whole school community.
• An explanation of the Academic Resilience Approach and how it works with examples from schools actually using it.

• How to put into practice the Academic Resilience Approach that aims to turn resilience theory into practice for all to use.

To find out more about this course and using a resilience lens, visit www.boingboing.org.uk who developed the Resilience Framework adopted by Blackpool as part of the Resilience Revolution.

This course has been certified by the CPD (Continuing Professional Development) Certification Service as conforming to continuing professional development principles and so it can count towards your CPD for the year. 

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