Teacher training sessions - full morning or afternoon session
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5 Reviews for Teacher training sessions - full morning or afternoon session
We all gained a great deal of very valuable knowledge - Wednesday, February 15, 2017Helena, Thank you for taking the time to visit us. We all gained a great deal of very valuable knowledge from your session. I hope you have a relaxing weekend. It’s very well deserved
Teacher, Gateshead Teacher Training Twilight session
AET has played a valuable role in providing our team with high quality training to support schools across Kent - Wednesday, February 15, 2017The Alcohol Education Trust has played a valuable role in providing our team with high quality training to support schools across Kent to enable them to deliver evidence based alcohol education through a quality assured resource.
The training has supported our team to organise several Drugs and Alcohol Education forums to launch the resource across the county and received positive feedback from approx. 20 schools represented at the events.
Health and Well being Practitioner Specialist for Children and Young People, School Health Team, Kent Community Health NHS Foundation Trust
The staff training was both interesting and thought provoking - - Wednesday, February 15, 2017The Alcohol Education trust have delivered training in school to our staff and we have used their educational materials within our PSHE lessons. We have found the student materials to be entirely suitable, well thought out and accessible, giving opportunities for discussion and reflection.
The staff training was both interesting and thought provoking as well, delivered on a TD Day. I also find access to the newsletters to be very valuable and a link to them is about to go live on a new pastoral support section of the school website for access by staff and students.
Senior Deputy Headteacher, South Wilts Grammar School for Girls
AET provides training that staff need to be able to offer a comprehensive alcohol education curriculum to their pupils - Wednesday, February 15, 2017The AET’s Talk About Alcohol project equips schools with the resources and training staff need to be able to offer a comprehensive alcohol education curriculum to their pupils. In addition this supports a Public Health priority to see a reduction in the number of young people drinking alcohol and ensuring they have the skills and guidance to make informed choices.”
Christina Hardy, Public Health Practitioner, Tyneside.
The AET has supported us enormously in terms of our drug education work - Wednesday, February 15, 2017We have worked closely over the last 6 years with Helena and colleagues at the Alcohol Education Trust and I am delighted to endorse their work. The AET has supported us enormously in terms of our drug education work and I have outlined just a few examples below :-
– Attendance at both our PSHE Leads meetings and our Young People’s Substance Misuse Meeting to showcase the excellent AET materials to which we signpost all of our secondary schools and other young people’s settings. – Delivery of alcohol awareness sessions for parents at local schools, which are always pitched at exactly the right level and are extremely well received.
– Practical, sensible and helpful advice for parents on the AET website – we send this link out to all parents’ groups as a matter of course at Christmas time and before the school holidays. We have received lots of positive feedback from parents about how useful this is.
– Most of all the excellent interactive resources on the website which are very clear and which have everything a teacher needs to deliver the sessions. We especially like the set of films with accompanying activities which are great for promoting harm reduction messages.
On a personal note I have always found Helena and her colleagues to be extremely approachable, reliable and supportive : any request for speakers or resources is always met with a positive and enthusiastic response . It is also reassuring that we are always asked for feedback and evaluation of anything new , so that we feel very much partners in the development of the work and so that we are able to ensure collectively that the approach is based on a clear evidence base .I look forward to a successful continued partnership with the AET. Drug Education Consultant School Improvement; Achievement Service, Bath and North East Somerset Council
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