During the 6 hour course, teachers will:
- Learn how to implement the two current programs, Connect 3 (primary) and Linked Up (secondary) groups as a creative strategy to support students identified “at risk” or with specific needs. The program delivers to students the specific skills over a 6 week period to build resilience, support behaviour management priorities and enhance their learning outcomes.
- Review current teaching strategies in dealing with young people in the middle years who struggle to cope with developmental challenges, peer group and social complexities of their life. Gain the specific training, skills and resources to teach the group skills programs to target groups in primary school and high school students.
- Engage in discussions with course participants to provide contextual feedback on additional programs, teaching strategies and learning goals for the middle years students with challenging issues in their school communities.
Our next Connect 3 and Link3d Up Group Training workshop in Sydney will be in Term 4 at the Resilience Centre, 48 Oxford St, Epping, NSW.
If you have completed the Resilience Doughnut Accredited Training and would like to run the Connect 3 and Link3d Up resilience building programs for children and teenagers, this one day training workshop will allow you to advertise and facilitate the program in your local community.
Endorsed by BOSTES
What is Connect 3 and Link3d Up?
Connect-3 is an innovative 5 week group program for building resilience in 8 to 12 year olds.
Children learn about personal strengths, resilient thinking skills and connecting with others. It aims to improve confidence and social skills, is solution focused and works to improve mental resilience so kids can cope in challenging situations.
LINK3D Up is a 5 week program for adolescents 13 – 16 years, that will teach resilience skills vital for negotiating the teenage years.
Link3d Up is based around the Resilience Doughnut model and will teach young people how to find their strengths, apply optimistic thinking patterns for problem solving, develop positive and resilient connections with others, and negotiate changes in life when strengths are challenged.
It is particularly helpful for young people who are experiencing social difficulties.
Open for registration.
Wednesday 7 March, 2018
Please contact Sue 0408164785 if interested in this training group.
(the next training date for this course will be Wednesday 13 September, 2018)
9.00 am to 5.00 pm
The Resilience Centre
48 Oxford St,
$300 AUD (+ GST) – Covers 1 day workshop, plus participants receive the manual for both the Connect 3 and Link3d Up session outlines and digital resources.
Register on line at the bottom of this page. You will then be issued with a tax invoice or payment can be made with credit card.
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