Suitable for everyone.
This programme is provided in three sections, each containing a learning webinar, reading materials, tasks and suggested answers (in an answer book).
There are many reasons why you will find this to be an essential part of your personal development, but here are FOUR of the BEST reasons:
You’d like to end the days of self-doubt when you might be thinking “I wish I had said this...” or “I wish I hadn’t said that...” and find your assertive voice.
You’ve read books but still aren’t sure how to go about it.You need guiding through the assertive language you’ll need, and how to display assertive body language too, and the programme will give you this.
You’re tired of feeling emotional: you know what you want to say but it just comes out as angry and aggressive or you don’t speak at all.
You’d like to help others around you to become less aggressive (or less passive) and would like to model this behaviour yourself.
Hand Book and Answer Book
The Hand Book will form the basis of your study materials.It includes additional tasks, cross references to further reading and links to clips. It is written in chapters which will take you through a step-by-step process of learning, enabling you answer the questions in the Answer Book. Avoid reading the complete Answer Book until you've completed the tasks!
Each webinar lecture represents one section of learning, so you watch the webinar, read the materials and do the tasks.
Hilary began teaching in the late 1980s.After this early stint in education, followed by a brief career in corporate training at KPMG, Hilary returned to teaching Business and ICT, both in mainstream and with SEND.
She managed and trained an ALS team of 42+ LSAs, during which time she became a specialist in devising and implementing behavioural/classroom management techniques and positive learning strategies. Hilary was appointed a Behaviour Lead in 2009 for the county, which was the platform for launching Can Do Courses in 2010.
Hilary now provides staff training across the UK, and Internationally at English-speaking schools.