Designed by Olevi and facilitated by experienced school leaders and teachers, Olevi Power of Coaching will allow practitioners to gain a deeper understanding about the power of coaching and the impact that great coaching has on learning, being able to confidently apply a number of strategies to deepen the thinking of pupils, inspire colleagues to develop and grow, and become a more reflective and energised professional.
This programme will take place over 1 1/2 days and will be delivered face to face at St Albans Girls’ School on the following dates:
- Wednesday, 30th June – full day 9am to 2.45pm
- Thursday, 8th July – half day 9am to 12 noon
We reserve the right, if COVID restrictions are not lifted, to move the course online on the same dates.
Bookings are limited to 10 delegates and will be required before 25th June.
Full attendance across both days at this programme will enable you to utilise models and approaches to coach pupils and professionals to improve learning, thinking and well-being; professionally challenge expectations and begin to shift mindsets; and model courage, humility and discipline when engaging with coaching conversations.
Who is this course for?
This programme is open to teaching and non-teaching staff who have a role in leading the development of teams and individuals.
This programme could be valuable to teachers supporting the Early Careers Framework.
Meet the facilitators:
Tessa Miles is Director of Professional Learning at the Alban Teaching School Alliance. During her career, Tessa has held a number of roles: Head of History, Head of House, Head of Faculty and Professional Learning Mentor. She was awarded AST status in 2008 and has since used her skills and knowledge to support NQTs in Hertfordshire as well as colleagues in her own school to develop their teaching and learning strategies.
Rachel Cardani is Curriculum Leader of History and Teacher of History and Politics at St Albans Girls’ School. Rachel has a firm commitment to raising standards of teaching and learning. As Curriculum Leader, she is convinced of the essential nature of collaboration and the sharing of good practice amongst colleagues. Rachel has been an Olevi facilitator since 2015 for the Improving Teacher Programme and Outstanding Teacher Programme, including the ‘Power of Coaching’ element.