Penn Resilience Programme Teacher Training

2013 – 24th, 25th, 26th June and the 1st and 2nd July (all 5 days must be attended)

09:00 – 17:00

Hertfordshire Development Centre, Robertson House, Stevenage

The PRP is a national and internationally recognised programme that builds important emotional resilience skills. There is so much evidence to suggest that the skills we need to not just survive but thrive can and should be taught. The PRP enables young people to develop skills to cope with set backs, keep things in perspective, not give up and focus and thrive in intense times both in and out of school. Staff develop the necessary skills to teach the programme on a five day intensive training course facilitated by the highly regarded How to Thrive Training Team.

Testimonials from previous delegates:

“It’s been a revelation. The best training I have ever done. I wished I had done it years ago”

“This course is by far the best I have ever attended. It has real applications within my own life and will be invaluable for our students”

“I enjoyed all aspects of the training as it challenged me on both a personal and professional level. I feel confident that this programme will be delivered in a way which will hugely impact student lives and I am excited and energised at being able to deliver it”

“The programme has been extremely helpful to me. It has changed my life as throughout the training I have been able to come out of myself more and more. It has built my confidence”

Price: £275 per person per day

Charge includes lunch and refreshments, course materials, teaching materials and the curriculum materials.

For further information please contact Lucy Bailey – Head of How to Thrive or telephone 01438 843876      

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