24 January 2023 7.00pm to 9.00pm Webinar Online
The aim of this webinar is to assist participants to begin or continue to reflect on their own practice as they engage with clients and colleagues. Participants will have the opportunity to look at some examples of reflective tools and exercises where they can identify some of the characteristics of different types of reflection. This event is suitable to professionals working with children and families in a range of education, social care, youth and community settings.
After completing this training webinar, participants will be able to:
Describe what reflective practice is and how it can benefit their work with clients and colleagues
Reflect on personal attitudes and learning styles and how these impact upon self-reflection
Explore some models of reflective practice and how they can be applied in a range of work settings
Identify some basic tools that will assist practitioners to reflect on their work
Develop strategies to overcome barriers to reflective practice.
Participants who complete the training webinar will receive an Attendance Certificate.
Trainer: Ger McHugh
Once you book your place, Barnardos Training team will send you a link to the webinar.
Please use a laptop/tablet if possible so that you can see the presentation easily.
|Webinar: Introduction to Reflective Practice in Early Years and School-aged Childcare|
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