25 Jan 2017 10:30 - 25 Jan 2017 15:30
Induction training for graduate assistants
Date: January 25, 2017
Course content: Are you engaging young energetic gap assistants to support your pastoral or boarding provision? Would you like them to be equipped with the knowledge and skills to make the best start in their new role? If the answers are yes, then read on!
Programme: These seminars will cover the Duty of Care, what the law requires; what the school and the house can reasonably expect relationships and communication with pupils. We will look at emotional intelligence and how the gap assistant can work effectively and safely in a pastoral role. In addition, we will explore boundaries and expectations.
Mark Robinson, BSA Assistant Director of Training
Mark Robinson joined the BSA as Assistant Director of Training in 2010 and has extensive experience within the boarding sector. A former boarding inspector, Mark has held several roles in schools including Housemaster and Head of Department. Since 2002 Mark has been leading CPD in the independent sector. Mark specialises in training boarding staff of all levels, alongside delivering consultancy and advice to boarding schools in the independent and maintained sector at home and abroad.