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Compass Positive Effect Webinars

Staff Wellbeing Webinar

We’re delighted to announce that Compass Positive Effect have teamed up with our friends at Education Support for our next FREE webinars. Taking place in early November, the focus will be ‘staff wellbeing’ in support of Stress Awareness Week.

The wellbeing of staff is vital in ensuring we support pupils and students effectively. Compass Positive Effect and Education Support can help you with this.

This FREE webinar is for all senior leaders and education staff who would like to learn:

  • What wellbeing is
  • About the signs and effects of stress
  • The most recent findings form Education Support’s wellbeing surveys
  • Self-help techniques and available support

We are proud to be delivering this webinar with Maggie Hurd from Education Support, the leading charity in supporting the mental health and wellbeing of everyone in the education sector. Maggie has worked with Education Support for more than ten years, working closely with schools through their EAP, staff surveys, delivering training sessions and consultancy. Maggie has a strong background working in staff health and wellbeing.  A trained nurse, Maggie has a passion for supporting all staff in education and is immensely proud to represent the charity through its partnership work with Compass Positive Effect.

Title Date Start Time Duration Register
Internal opportunity to learn about @Wellbeing for Education Return’ and it’s national rollout. 9/12/202010:00am GMT3.3 hours
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Excellent [Supporting pupil & student wellbeing after lockdown] webinar….. I agree that this training would be of great benefit to ALL teachers and school leaders who are returning to the classroom following lockdown in order to better understand, support and teach our children and young people who have been through such a lot.

Joshua Hukin, Opportunity Area Project Manager, North Yorkshire County Council