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myLife training

myLife is an accredited life skills and character development course.

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Do you work with disengaged and vulnerable young people? Do you engage with them in a pastoral setting, a mentoring capacity or within a PSCHE context? Would the young people you work with benefit from character and life skills development? If so then you come and get trained to be a myLife tutor.

myLife is an accredited life skills and character development course. (OCR: ‘Intro to Life and Living Skills’ ASDAN: Personal Development Programme Bronze Award) Being a myLife tutor gives you access to over 200 hours worth of material and resources and our current courses include:

– Managing emotions without them managing you

– Independent living independent growth

– Sussing society (The need to belong – including gang culture & the importance of law)

– Communicating differently

– Money money money

– Relating to others

– World of Work

– Enterprise

– Sex as It is (in conjunction with Romance Academy)

– Parenting

 

Courses to be released during the summer term

– Getting Active

– Communicating in a New Age

www.mylifecourses.org – Winners of the Living Well Awards 2013 – ‘most innovative resource’

 

myLife training

2 day training course

 

9:30am – 4:00pm

Wednesday and Thursday 24th and 25th June

The Kerith Center, Church Rd, Bracknell RG 12 1EH

Cost: £300 (including VAT – if paid monthly) or £318 (including VAT – if paid annually) The cost covers a one year’s subscription and training for two tutors. Additional tutors can be trained at a cost of £54 including VAT per tutor.

 

To book places, just email training@yfc.co.uk

 

The trainer:

Esther Collett is the Programmes’ Manager for Reflex and has over 20 years teaching and management experience in Secondary Schools in Sandwell, Walsall and Worcester.

 

 

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