Education Training

See below for 2020-21 Training Dates

Advanced Application of Interoception Assessment and Intervention.

This interactive two day training course will provide a solid understanding of interoception, as well as in-depth instructions on the assessment and development of interoception, supporting you to implement an interoception-based approach to behaviour and self-regulation. There will be many hands-on opportunities for guided practice of assessment and intervention strategies.
This course is appropriate for occupational therapists, speech and language therapists, physiotherapists, teaching staff as well as parents/carers and other family members.
Course registration 9.00am – 9.30am on 21st April 2021. The course will run from 9.00am – 4.30pm on both days.
A two course, hot lunch will be provided on both days. Please let us know when booking if you have any dietary requirements.
Rooms can be booked at the hotel at a preferential rate, please state you are attending the Thrive OT event.

Due to COVID-19 this is now been rescheduled to April 2021

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Sensory Circuits (for teachers and staff in education)

This course will run once per term during the academic year, please contact info@thrive-ots.co.uk for dates.

Many children in school have not developed the the basic self regulation and sensory motor skills that lay the foundation for academic learning to take place. Research has shown that by developing children’s foundational motor skills, through sensory motor programmes in schools, progress is seen in academic and learning skills such as handwriting, reading, concentration, attention and hand-eye coordination.

This course aims to equip all staff with the knowledge to identify children with motor learning difficulties including useful screening tools and ideas for individual and group sensory motor programmes using readily available school gym and playground equipment.

 

Thrive offers training and educational sessions some of the topics offered include:

  • Introduction to handwriting development and strategies for children with handwriting difficulties.
  • Sensory strategies to promote attention and participation in class.
  • Helping the child with coordination difficulties.
  • Sensory motor development.
  • Self regulation and emotional development
  • Independence skills
  • Introduction to Sensory Processing
  • Embedding occupational therapy in schools- introducing our approach to partnering with schools.

Thrive can also offer bespoke training for a school, cluster of schools or group of individuals. Please contact the team for more information or to discuss your needs.

Feedback from recent training on embedding The Interoception Curriculum at Red Kite Special Academy in Corby, July 2020

“Training was excellent” “The training was marvellous, really enjoyed it! Keep up the good work” “You were amazing! The training was so interesting, loved it and cannot wait to try it” “Such good training, thank you both! Excited to find ways to apply this through the whole school” “Amazing”

What our customers say

Feedback from recent training on embedding The Interoception Curriculum at Red Kite Special Academy in Corby, July 2020

“Training was excellent”

“The training was marvellous, really enjoyed it! Keep up the good work”

“You were amazing! The training was so interesting, loved it and cannot wait to try it”

“Such good training, thank you both! Excited to find ways to apply this through the whole school”

“Amazing”

Red Kite Special Needs School, Corby

Sensory Circuit training at Lings Primary School, February 2020

“Brilliant, thank you. So much useful information to take back to the SLG”

“Thank you for the tips and hints on how to use everyday school equipment”

“Fabulous, I can now group children by ability not age. And i have the confidence to explain to staff and children why I am doing that”

“Loved, loved, loved playing with the equipment and learning my sensory preferences.”

Sensory Circuits, Lings Primary School, Northampton

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