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An Introduction to Mindfulness: positive impacts on well-being and performance

Mindfulness Practitioner Teacher Training

Susan Chan

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Why attend?

Gain a clear understanding of the concepts surrounding Mindfulness, the do’s and don’ts and the core benefits to you, your colleagues and students by registering for this workshop.

Led by highly sought after trainer, Susan Chan, this one-day event will provide you with a toolkit for resilience and de-stress, provide evidence-based research exploring how the practice can support you in the classroom and your personal life, and showcase techniques that have the capacity to increase personal wellbeing and reduce stress levels.

 Is this course for you? If you are a teacher, senior leader or support staff and want to achieve one of the following, then yes:
  • Reduce stress, burnout and anxiety
  • Better your mental health, self-confidence and motivation levels
  • Increase cognitive performance including the ability to make decisions and respond well to challenges
  • Enhance job performance, classroom management and organisation skills
  • Better physical health and lower blood pressure and stress hormones
  • Improve well-being and build resilience amongst colleagues and students especially those entering exams
Course code: MIN310518 / MIN020718

Programme

10.00am Registration and coffee
10.15am The background and benefits
  • Background to Mindfulness practice and core benefits
  • Guided practice
11.15am Morning coffee
11.30am Keep fit for the body and the mind
  • Discover a toolkit for resilience and de-stress
  • Guided practice
12.30pm Lunch
1.30pm Approaches to working with students and young people
  • Guided practices for students and young people
  • Enhance retention of knowledge and skills
  • Experience greater well-being (such as being happier and more calm)
2.25pm Afternoon tea
2.35pm Approaches to working with students and young people (cont.)
  • Coping with the everyday stresses and strains of adolescent life (such as exams, relationships, sleep problems and family)
  • Enhance ability to apply values, concentration and listening
3.15pm Review and reflect
3.45pm Course ends

Why attend?

Gain a clear understanding of the concepts surrounding Mindfulness, the do’s and don’ts and the core benefits to you, your colleagues and students by registering for this workshop.

Led by highly sought after trainer, Susan Chan, this one-day event will provide you with a toolkit for resilience and de-stress, provide evidence-based research exploring how the practice can support you in the classroom and your personal life, and showcase techniques that have the capacity to increase personal wellbeing and reduce stress levels.

 Is this course for you? If you are a teacher, senior leader or support staff and want to achieve one of the following, then yes:
  • Reduce stress, burnout and anxiety
  • Better your mental health, self-confidence and motivation levels
  • Increase cognitive performance including the ability to make decisions and respond well to challenges
  • Enhance job performance, classroom management and organisation skills
  • Better physical health and lower blood pressure and stress hormones
  • Improve well-being and build resilience amongst colleagues and students especially those entering exams
Course code: MIN310518 / MIN020718

Programme

10.00am Registration and coffee
10.15am The background and benefits
  • Background to Mindfulness practice and core benefits
  • Guided practice
11.15am Morning coffee
11.30am Keep fit for the body and the mind
  • Discover a toolkit for resilience and de-stress
  • Guided practice
12.30pm Lunch
1.30pm Approaches to working with students and young people
  • Guided practices for students and young people
  • Enhance retention of knowledge and skills
  • Experience greater well-being (such as being happier and more calm)
2.25pm Afternoon tea
2.35pm Approaches to working with students and young people (cont.)
  • Coping with the everyday stresses and strains of adolescent life (such as exams, relationships, sleep problems and family)
  • Enhance ability to apply values, concentration and listening
3.15pm Review and reflect
3.45pm Course ends

Presenters

Susan Chan - Presenter
Susan Chan - Presenter
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Presenters

Susan Chan - Presenter
Susan Chan - Presenter
Read Biography

Venue

MIN310518
Glasgow - Venue TBC
The venue will be confirmed at least
two weeks before the event.

Venue

MIN020718
London - venue TBC
The venue will be confirmed at least
two weeks before the event.