Induction information for Coordinators and Tutors
IStip Training Courses – inexperienced Coordinators and Tutors/refresher courses
These are one day courses, open to experienced and new Coordinators and Tutors. They explore the Standards and Guidance, as well as unpacking the processes of induction, and the roles and responsibilities within schools. Courses run from 10am to 3.30pm, and cost £185 per delegate including lunch.
Autumn Term 2017
Manchester – 13th September. Please click here to book
N.B. this is a half day course and will cost £100
York – 14th September. Please click here to book
London – 20th September. Please click here to book
London – 21st September. Please click here to book
It may also be possible for IStip to offer in-school based training for those schools with more than 5 Coordinators/Tutors. Please contact Judith Fenn for more details.
Additional Tutor Courses
We are offering an additional one day course for Tutors.
The course is about developing the soft skills of mentoring and will be run by Emma Gleadhill for IStip.
The cost will be £185. This is NOT a course about the processes of statutory induction/the paperwork we use.
London – 9th November 2017.
Please download and complete a booking form here.
Download a flyer here.
Additional NQT Courses
The NQT course is about building resilience and exploring professionalism. It is split into 2 separate days- one for NQTs in junior schools and one for NQTs in senior schools.
The Junior School Course is geared to those teaching up to Year 6 in Prep and Pre-Prep settings. It will take place on Thursday 16th November 2017 in London. The cost will be £185.
Download a flyer here..
Please download and complete the booking form here.
The Senior School Course is geared to NQTs teaching Year 7 upwards and will take place on Thursday 8th March 2018 in London. The cost will be £185.
Download a flyer here..
Please download and complete the booking form here
Both courses will offer a workshop-based training day which will focus on the following areas:
- reflecting on the teacher as role model;
- using observational skills with difficult pupils and parents;
- working with colleagues; moving from behaviour management to managing relationships with parents and pupils with more openness and less stress;
- and handling difficult conversations.