The EFT & Mindfulness Centre provides training under the Emotional Health in Schools Programme. This includes Emotional Freedom Technique and Mindfulness as well as awareness on domestic violence and improving self confidence and happiness. Please feel free to contact us for a programme to suit your needs.
We have already delivered these training programmes to over 200 Teachers and many pupils in schools in Malta and are now in demand in the UK. We have recently secured a contract to train Teachers in the North of England.
If you have browsed around our website, you will probably have found all our FREE downloads. Below are some documents and common sense information to help you if you are one of our EFT or Mindfulness Trainers in Education.
Q. How can I get EFT into schools? We have several answers below:...
A. Schools have a responsibility to ensure that any trainers they engage are properly trained and qualified. Your first point of call would be to be affiliated with a professional organisation or training school. Schools need to check with their Commissioning checklist which is before they accept you they need to be sure:
Training needs to be quantified and supported
You the trainer need to be qualified
Have you checked with Healthy Young Minds (formerly CAMHS)?
As a Practitioner you need to be registered with a recognised professional governing or supervising body. Does the organising body follow a Code of Ethics and Practice and offer appropriate supervision?
Can you provide references?
Do you have the necessary Enhanced DBS clearance to work with children? (Police Check in Malta). Only the school can apply for DBS on your behalf.
Are you registered for tax and National Health Insurance purposes or with Job Centre Plus?
Q. Under what heading can I apply? Suggest that the course links in to the PSHE Association Programme of Study under Key Stages 1&2.
A. Schools have limited financial resources and
For the UK and other parts of Europe: Our suggestion would be to first brief yourself on Social and Emotional Learning. (SEL) is defined as the process through which children and adults acquire and effectively apply the knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary to understand and manage emotions, set and achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain positive relationships, and make responsible decisions.
MF and EFT adds an embodied practice element to SEL that is likely to hep a child.s responses to be much more balanced, appropriate and effective in moments of crisis or conflict.
Evidence shows that interventions which take this multilevel, comprehensive ‘whole organisation’ or ‘whole system’ approach are more likely to have a positive impact in relation to outcomes.
Personal, social, health and economic (PSHE) education is the school subject through which children and young people acquire the knowledge, understanding and skills they need to manage their lives, now and in the future. At the core of PSHE is the ambition to develop the qualities and attributes our students need to thrive as individuals, family members and members of society. The relationships and health aspects of PSHE education will be compulsory in allschools from 2020. ... There is evidence to show that PSHE education can address teenage pregnancy, substance misuse, unhealthy eating, lack of physical activity, and emotional health.
September 2015 requires Ofsted inspectors to routinely assess and report on pupils’ mental health and emotional wellbeing, or the steps taken by schools to meet pupils’ needs. The Ofsted inspection framework is clear that schools have a duty to promote the well-being of their pupils and can expect support from local partners to meet it. During inspection, schools are assessed on 3 | P a g e the effectiveness of partnerships in promoting learning and wellbeing, whether directly commissioned or brokered by the local joint commissioning arrangements.