Train to be an Educational Performance Practitioner


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Become an educational performance practitioner through our specialist training programme designed for you to work with schools, colleges, universities and other educational organisations to help their students reach their potential.

Over the last 5 years, Sheila Granger has been assisting UK schools, colleges, universities and other educational organisations with a programme designed to help teachers and students prepare for exams by using relaxation and concentration methods.

Primarily working with the Year 11 pupils, Sheila has delivered a series of workshops to aid those most in need as they go through their GCSE examinations.

It is common for students to latch onto their weakness rather than their talents and strengths and they can become easily discouraged by negative criticism. Sheila helps re-engineer this thinking to give students simple coping strategies to reduce anxiety and ultimately perform at their very best.

Jane Disbrey, Malet Lambert’s headteacher, recently said:

“Sheila’s relaxation and focusing methods have helped our students to better understand how to prepare for an exam by learning new techniques.

“The strategy she has developed is helping a range of students to overcome their anxiety, grow in confidence and feel comfortable about exam conditions.  This approach has added real value to our students and teaching staff.” 

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