Are you looking for some training you can do within the comfort of your own home?
I’ve got you covered. If you work with young people, just grab a cuppa and a computer or smartphone and you’re ready to go.
Each of my webinar go for 60 minutes with the last 15 minutes being for questions and answers.
We meet up on the first Thursday of every month, except January. Even I need a holiday now and then!
What’s coming up?
I’ve got 11 webinars planned for 2017. All FREE!
Sometimes I do change things around a little when the need arises. I tend to choose topics based on what issues my clients talk to me about in supervision. And sometimes I even put one together when I get the a question by email.
You can sign up for these topics by clicking the image and heading to my webinar platform. I’ll let you know if your topic moves, but rest assured it will happen at some point!
April 6: Helping kids with complex lives
With a quick lesson in Bronfenbrenners’s theory to help you make sense of the messy world some kids live in, this webinar will help you make better assessments and prioritise needs so you don’t feel so overwhelmed.
May 4: Understanding trauma
A look at how trauma affect the brains and behaviour of kids. We’ll look at the latest research on this topic as well as what strategies you can use when working with them to encourage healing.
June 1: Pastoral conversations 101
Lots of people end up taking a winding career path into working with young people, which can mean you’ve got qualifications that are relevant to your role, but might not have learned some of the basics along the way. This webinar looks at a simple tool to structure your chats and what to do when they get tricky.
July 6: Avoiding the danger zone
Do you know the signs of compassion fatigue and burnout? If not join me for a closer look at how you can tell you’re in trouble and what you can do about it. We’ll also look at some great self-care habits to keep these issues at bay in the long run.
August 3: When it’s time to walk away
Working out the right time to leave your job is can be tough when you reach the end of your career. If you’re feeling like it might be time to get a new job, I’m going to look at when it’s the right time to go, and the art of leaving gracefully.
September 7: Building your programs from the ground up
If you’re new to planning programs, this webinar will be perfect for you. We’ll look at where to start the planning process, how to get traction and what pitfalls to avoid.
October 5: Finishing strongly
With just 10 weeks left to the Christmas break, this webinar is all about what you need to do to finish 2017well. We’ll start with the tasks you need to do right now, but also look at what things you should do before you head off on holidays to set yourself up for next year.
November 2: Research roundup
Youth work should be founded on good practice based on research evidence. I’m going to spend 60 minutes looking at the latest research on young people and how that should influence how you work with young people in 2018.
December 7: How to get started in youth work
If you’ve just graduated or you’re looking to start a job in the new year with young people, join me as I look at 15 things every beginner should know before they walk into work.
Need more information?
If they all look interesting, you can follow me on my webinar website and get all the updates. One click and we’ll get you set up.