National PSHE CPD Programme (virtual event)

Multi Session Event
This is a comprehensive, 6 virtual session, tutor led programme, which progressively builds upon the previous session, enabling participants to apply an evidence based approach to their teaching and strategic developments.

This is a comprehensive, 6 virtual session, tutor led programme, which progressively builds upon the previous session, enabling participants to apply an evidence based approach to their teaching and strategic developments.Participants will be required to plan and deliver a PSHE lesson, which will be observed - this forms part of the reflective approach underpinning the course.
All necessary course materials are provided; these will support participants during each of the training sessions and will help to direct further independent reading and study. This course will be delivered by Jan Lever, Jigsaw PSHE

The 6 Sessions:

  • Getting started with the PSHE CPD Programme and Guidance and theory underpinning PSHE
  • RSE and Health Education
  • Relationships Education and sensitive issues and Active teaching and learning and Effective lesson planning
  • Assessment and evaluation and lesson observation and preparation
  • Teaching PSHE that impacts on emotional and mental health
  • Teaching PSHE that impacts on staying safe and safeguarding and Equality and Values

  • (Certificates will only be awarded to participants who attend each of the 6 training sessions and successfully complete their lesson plan and observation)

    Product Code: SSIM-TRN-01011

    Training Objectives

    Six tutor-led virtual sessions to:

    • Support positive mental health
    • Help address safeguarding, including child sexual exploitation, radicalisation and FGM
    • Improve competence and confidence in delivering PSHE, relationships, sex and health education
    • Raise the quality of teaching, learning and assessment in PSHE
    • Inspire positive change within the PSHE curriculum
    • Effectively support CYP to deal with life's challenges
    • Encourage best practice in a climate of wellbeing

    Dates and Locations