Training courses

Induction information for Tutors and Mentors

IStip Training Courses – inexperienced Mentors and Tutors/refresher courses

These are one day courses, open to experienced and new Mentors & 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

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 Mentors/Tutors. Please contact Judith Fenn for more details.


Additional Tutor/Mentor Courses

We are offering an additional one day course for Mentors/Tutors.

The course is about developing mentoring skills 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.