23TRA496 RESTORATIVE PRACTICES IS FOR LIFE, NOT JUST FOR CHRISTMAS (EY) (P) (PP) (SNA)
Ok, you’ve done the basic course, read a book (or two) and even given the RP questions a road test. But it’s not quite sticking. What’s more, some of the old habits have begun to sneak back in. Furthermore, everyone else is not exactly “singing from the same hymn sheet”. Time to give up? Not if this webinar has anything to do about it. One of the biggest problems people face when adjusting to RP is the fact that the training is just the start, and you need an ongoing plan and/or support network to keep it going. The good news is this you are already used to working hard and there is an ever-growing support network spreading around the country. Learn how to fully embed in your life, how to navigate setbacks and how to tap into some of the support that’s out there.
Speakers - Joe Power & Aine O’Brien
Joe Power is the RP Development Officer for Limerick and also a Quality Specialist with CDI Tallaght. He has worked with dozens of schools, trained trainers in schools, and employs the values and skills in his own life.
Aine O’Brien is a primary school SEN teacher in Kilrush, and RP trainer. She has taught RP within her school, and applies the principles and practices both at work and in her busy home life.
|Course date||04-12-2023 7:00 pm|
|Course End Date||04-12-2023 8:00 pm|
|Cut off date||04-12-2023 6:00 pm|
|Speaker||Joe Power & Aine O’Brien|