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Continuing Professional Development
 
Oxfordshire NUT is organising a professional development day for Thursday January 19th  2017 led by Professor Barry Carpenter on ‘Decoding Mental Health –promoting positive emotional well-being.’
 
Barry is a well-known international speaker on mental health and special educational needs. The day will be held at the Kassam Stadium, near Oxford and will be suitable for those working with young people in all phases.
 
Continuing Professional Development
 
Oxfordshire NUT is organising a professional development day for Thursday January 19th  2017 led by Professor Barry Carpenter on ‘Decoding Mental Health –promoting positive emotional well-being.’ 
 
 Barry is a well-known international speaker on mental health and special educational needs. The day will be held at the Kassam Stadium, near Oxford and will be suitable for those working with young people in all phases.  
 
 The day will be free for NUT members and will include the use of excellent facilities and a hot lunch. Those who are not NUT members are welcome to apply but we may make a small charge of £40 to cover the cost of the venue and catering. Please encourage other colleagues who may be interested to attend for what should be a fascinating and valuable day. 
 
 
 To find out more about the training and to register, please click here
 
 Please remember that if you need to be released from school you will need to have had the necessary approval.
 
For any other queries, please contact Tony Eaude on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 
 
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