Wellbeing and Resilience

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Wellbeing and Resilience

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Programme Overview
Wellbeing and Resilience: Collaborating to identify and cultivate resilience and wellbeing strengths
Delivery Model
  • An online course of six modules for you to work through at your own pace.
  • Each module consists of a video introducing you to ideas, theory and practice.
  • Between modules there will be opportunities for engaging with the ideas raised in the video through the completion of Extended Learning Tasks, including application in school settings.
  • Uploading of these Extended Learning Tasks will allow you access to the next module
What is Included
  • Certificate of complete.
  • Course materials (if applicable).
  • AED 450 per delegate plus 5% VAT
  • Discounts available for 5 or more delegates from the same school
Target audience
  • Teachers of students of all ages
  • School Counsellors
  • Special-Needs Staff
  • Specialist Teachers
  • School Leaders
  • Support Staff
  • Parents
Aims of the course
Intended outcomes

Participants will:

  • Understand the nature of wellbeing and resilience.
  • Appreciate that wellbeing and resilience are connected but not the same.
  • Practice identifying, naming, and describing wellbeing and resilience strengths.
  • Develop a repertoire of research-based of strategies for cultivating wellbeing and resilience strengths, for ourselves and with students and colleagues.

Natalie Croome

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Natalie Croome is a cross-curricular generalist, specialising in helping teams hone in on just what it is that student learning is showing them about possible areas of focus for teacher and/or leader learning. Using Professional Learning Standards as drivers in the design of high-quality Professional Learning Programmes, Natalie guides teams of leaders through engaging inquiries, honing in on connecting teacher learning to student learning.
Self-paced course with six modules to be completed in your own time.

Module 1: Wellbeing and Resilience: Using terms we understand…what are we talking about?

  • Describe and discuss the nature of wellbeing and resilience
  • Understand that wellbeing and resilience are not synonymous
  • Explore the connections and correlations between wellbeing and resilience
  • Personalise, through our own experiences of “being well” and behaving resiliently

Module 2: The look and Feel of Wellbeing and Resilience; Some helpful analogies

  • Appreciate the value of analogies in helping describe concepts like wellbeing and resilience
  • Consider the nature of wellbeing and resilience through analogies
  • Create and share your own analogy for wellbeing and/or resilience

Module 3: Telling Wellbeing and Resilience Stories

  • Experience a personal story, tracking moments of varying levels of wellbeing and the activation of resilience strengths in challenging times
  • Value the power of stories to illustrate and share personal experiences
  • Compose a personal wellbeing and resilience story to share with others

Module 4: The Strengths of Wellbeing and Resilience

  • Identify, analyse and classify Wellbeing and Resilience strengths
  • Reflect on the differences and correlations between Wellbeing and Resilience, using strength-based vocabulary

Module 5: The I and WE of Wellbeing

  • Consider aspects of wellbeing and resilience: emotional, physical, social, workplace and societal
  • Decide on some strategies to focus on cultivating and strengthening wellbeing in various aspects of your life

Module 6: Realising Resilience

  • Explore possible ACTIONS you can take in your CONTEXT to strengthen and develop resilient behaviours
  • Select a “resilience strengthening” strategy and create a plan of action for implementing it…at work and/or play
  • Describe a range of practical strategies for developing resilience strengths
  • Participate in collaborative groups to experience ways of developing resilience strengths
  • Select plan for and create an approach for implementing one of the shared resilience strategies to your context





Natalie Croome