Back by popular demand – Laura’s unique Supervision Training!
A highly interactive course highlighting how to carry out supervision effectively (which is a legal requirement) within an Early Years setting.
Supporting staff to develop their practice is a key responsibility of any Early Years leader. This interactive course will explore strategies for giving feedback and managing performance through supervision.
Learn why, when and how to conduct supervision and the skills required to ensure the process is meaningful.
Laura will also share her “mirror, mirror on the wall technique”
Delegates will receive:
- extensive course hand-outs
- copy of presentation
- certificate of attendance
This is a full day training course held in a plush training venue and includes unlimited refreshments and a three-course restaurant lunch
If you need an overnight stay, please ask about our discounted corporate rates for accommodation at the venue.
Date: Thursday 21st September 2017
Venue: Croydon – close to public transport with easy car parking
For further details contact Laura Henry Consultancy.
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