Alpiri Somerset Coaching and Training
I trust you and your families are well and that you are finding our resources helpful during this pandemic.
In 2020 and 2021, EHCAP will be rolling out Mindful Emotion Coaching and Adverse Childhood Experience (MACE) training across Somerset with Public Health (Somerset County Council) funding. The training is primarily aimed at SENCos and SEMH professionals working in school settings and Early Years. Our approach is just as relevant for health, policing and care colleagues as well as parents so please register interest whatever your training and experience - just let me know your reasons for wanting to join us in the free text box.
The aims of this training are:
•to understand the effects of adversity in childhood on long term physical and mental health outcomes using the ACE framework
•to build skills in insight and empathy (emotion intelligence) through Mindful Emotion Coaching to support staff wellness and communication
•to increase awareness and understanding of the neuroscience behind behaviour and social emotional development
In the Autumn term of 2020 EHCAP will provide MACE training as 3 sets of paired online webinar style workshops. Eaxh session will be 3 and a half hours long (half a day). The first part of the session will be flexi learning with online resources provided. You will then join Dr Sarah Temple in a webinar for the final 2 hours of the session where you will have the opportunity to ask questions and discuss learning with your peers.
6th and 20th October 12 -3.30pm - bookings FULL
8th and 22nd October 12-3.30 pm - School and Early Years staff only
4th and 18th November 8.30am- 12 mid day - School and Early Years staff only
26th February and 9th March 12- 3.30pm
28th February and 11th March 12-3.30pm
3rd and 17th March 12-3.30 pm
(scroll down this form to book)
You will all be given access to the Resilience documentary which you will need to watch a at a separate tiime.
Please promote our e-learning modules on 'Mindful Emotion Coaching and the science of stress' to friends, family and colleagues.The easiest way to do this is by sharing www.tuningintoparents.co.uk .We have had over 1300 learners sign up since mid April and feedback is telling us that the straight forward approach to explaining the science of stress is particularly helpful for many at the moment.
'I really enjoyed this e-learning course. Having undergone previous training at my last school and as a foster carer, it was refreshingly unique. In that the use of videos, visuals and "real life" examples really helped to consolidate key points and, most importantly, in an effective method of delivery.' Feedback from a school based professional in Luton
Very best wishes
Dr Sarah Temple MRCGP
Founder of EHCAP Ltd