03 Apr 2020 - 03 Apr 2020
Young people and gaming
April 03, 2020
Cost: Member £50 / Non-member £100
Designed for staff, governors and parents, this workshop focuses on "the good, the bad", and the misunderstood in the world of young people and gaming. What are the main issues, should we be worried about gaming habits and dangers of addiction and what is the positive news for educators, including how gaming technology is shaping the future? The training aims to train pastoral staff, teachers and tutors at all levels of knowledge on delivering effective education as part of a PSHE curriculum looking at risk. With the current crisis affecting student time online, it is vital to identify and address the screen habits of different ages to look at a balanced and appropriate message, making this a vital piece of training!
“A wonderful course with fantastic resources and engaging trainer.”
Adrian Sladdin has worked in education and training for over thirty years, both in mainstream schools as an English Teacher and Pastoral Lead but also as a senior manager for a UK awarding body, creating curriculum content and training materials. He is acknowledged to be a leading expert on training teachers and tutors on the issues of young people and problematic gaming and gambling, with his resources being accredited by the PSHE Association, Pearson and City & Guilds for the last five years. He has also worked on a major SEN project in the Punjab, developing and delivering training to 300 teachers this year. This work is delivered through Seventh Wave Training, of which he is one of the two directors.
In addition Adrian is a Director at Aspire Prep UK, an innovative training business based in London, offering education, leadership and mentoring solutions to local authorities in the United Kingdom and external international clients. He is also the co-founder of the Young International Leadership Programme, an engaging programme for young people around the world looking to develop their skills. He also sits as an expert in the International Centre for Learning and Leadership which prepares young people for future employment with a global focus.