Join NSEAD Principal Case Worker Sean Taylor and General Secretary Michele Gregson for this online live session exploring the professional behaviour standards & knowing your rights as an art teacher
For ECT teachers registered on the Mind the Art Gap programme. Join NSEAD Principal Case Worker Sean Taylor and General Secretary Michele Gregson for this online live session exploring the professional behaviour standards and what that means for you as Art and Design specialists.
This programme is free of charge and exclusive to NSEAD ECT members. Be sure to renew your NSEAD membership as an ECT here, with 50% discount for your first year.
Who is it for?
For Art, Craft and Design ECT members who are looking for practical advice and strategies exploring the professional behaviour standards and knowing your rights in the workplace.
How will this session enhance my learning from the e-learning course?
Enhance your understanding around professional behaviour standards and get practical guidance and support to feel confident in the workplace.
The opportunity to hear from and ask questions directly to the NSEAD team and Trade Union caseworker
A chance to meet some other ECT colleagues and benefit from hearing about their experiences and challenges
What is the format?
Live online course delivered through zoom
What can I expect?
This session is part of the Mind the Art Gap programme and offers a chance to check in with your professional learning community via zoom.
The live session is one hour long, led by the NSEAD team offering a wealth of guidance and practical takeaways. There will be plenty of opportunity to ask questions on anything from the programme so far and to hear about the remaining sessions of the programme to be released.
Please note you DO NOT need to have fully completed the e-learning course to attend, all members who are enrolled in the course are encouraged to attend.
What is included?
This is an NSEAD digital live course (hosted on zoom). These sessions will not be recorded so live attendance is essential. The course will involve practical takeaways, the sharing of ideas and the opportunity to ask questions.
Date: Monday 15th May
Time: 5– 6pm