How Thrive adapted and upskilled staff to deliver online training during lockdown

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In this episode, Thrive's Head of Innovation in Education & Principal Trainer Viv Trask-Hall will be talking about the changes we have made to our courses to respond to government guidelines about social distancing and travel restrictions. We have configured our courses to what we have termed a ‘Reblended’ model, adapting content and upskilling our amazing team of trainers to deliver more webinars and e-learning modules. This approach means that our training courses can go ahead to ensure continuity for our Thrive community and also to cater for the increased need to support children and young people through what are huge challenges to their mental and emotional health. 

Listen to learn:

  • Find out more about the ‘Reblended’ learning Thrive course
  • What it means to be a Thrive Licensed Practitioner
  • Why Thrive courses are different to standard online learning
  • The struggles some children at home may be going through during this time
  • How schools can best support children’s emotional needs whilst schools are closed

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