Following completion of in-service, participants will:
Substitution Cover is available for this course. Training delivered by the HSE: Health Promotion Officer, Dietician and Oral Health Promotion Team.
With the advent of the new Religious Education Specification for first year students in Sept 2019, this workshops looks at Strand 1, where students are required ‘explore the presence of religious themes in contemporary culture through an examination of art, music, literature or film’. This workshop will offer guidelines and suggestions on how this might be approached, with suggested resources appropriate for first year students and beyond. Part of the approach on the night will involve use of IT, so participants are encouraged to bring their own devices, though a limited number of PCs will be available at the centre.
As a member of school staff, your understanding of concussion is critical in firstly, identifying and managing a potential concussion safely and, secondly, helping students successfully recover from their injury upon their return to school. Concussion is a mild traumatic brain injury that carries serious health risks, which are exacerbated by incorrect concussion management steps. In a student's typical day at school, a concussion can occur during PE, playing a school sports match, playing on the school yard, or even tripping and falling in the classroom. In what can be a chaotic time, knowing the appropriate management steps can make all the difference.
Niamh Lawlor of Púca Puppets will take teachers through the basics of puppetry performance for classroom contexts over two sessions, a total of 5 hours of Continuing Professional Development Training. Niamh has extensive experience both as professional performer and in schools, creches and other contexts.
Kill Avenue, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, Ireland.