Our training for Thrive Licensed Practitioners provides continuing professional development (CPD) to deepen your practise and networking meetings. This includes live webinars for specific topics, opportunities to expand your knowledge for another development stage or to further develop your skills so you can share your knowledge and experience of the Thrive Approach with parents and carers or train others wishing to gain their Thrive Practitioner Licence.
This 2-hour webinar with Dr Suzanne Zeedyk will give attendees from all settings a chance to consider transitional moments in more depth. How can we support young children in their early years to feel secure in parting from parents? How can we welcome primary children into a school building without causing a cortisol spike, and what happens if adolescents are given a personal welcome into every single class throughout their day?
In this live, 2-hour Q&A for primary and secondary school settings, delegates have an opportunity to put their questions directly to Gary Aubin, Head of Special Educational Needs and Disabilities for a Multi Academy Trust and author of The Lone SENDCO: a Handbook of 300 questions and answers for the busy SENDCO.
In this 2-hour webinar for early years, primary and secondary school staff, former teacher, coach and author, Amy Sayer, teaches you how to implement effective techniques to improve your own mental health in the workplace.
"I have been absolutely blown away by how much we have been able to achieve in such a short space of time"
Samantha Gaymond, Headteacher of Stocksbridge Junior School, in Sheffield
"We are saving money on teaching assistants because pupils are able to regulate their own emotions and they don’t need as much support to help them. The school is also spending less time dealing with behaviour issues and exclusions."
Elizabeth Benjeddi, headteacher of South Green Junior School, in Essex
"Thrive has given us a common approach and a common language."
Kirsten McKechnie, headteacher of Bentley New Village Primary School, in Doncaster