Welcome to our Fully-Funded Somerset Education Well Being Framework Courses on Compassionate Mindful Resilience (CMR) for Education Workers. Please find below details of our specific courses along with links to book a course, enquire and testimonials.
(For all CMR courses outside of Somerset Education, please contact us or view our CMR page)
This Compassionate Mindfulness Resilience (CMR) course is fully-funded for Somerset Education workers.
No previous experience is necessary as this course teaches simple, effective evidence-based practices, skills and techniques using mindfulness and compassion.
Participants will collate a toolbox of mindfulness and compassion practices, techniques and skills that can benefit their own wellbeing and help equip to better support others.
We are all too aware of the pressure employees have in all educational roles. Information overload, long working hours and increased external challenges takes its toll on even the most robust employees.
The Compassionate Mindful Resilience programme will teach participants how to build resilience through mindfulness techniques and apply compassion in creative ways. A blend of learning, through concepts and experiential practice will equip participants to better cope with day-to-day challenges, cultivate self-kindness and feelings of empowerment.
How will participants learn?
● Online, or in person at your chosen setting
● Two hourly interactive workshops, held over 4 consecutive weeks
● Resource packs: available in electronic or printed formats
● Downloadable practices for ongoing support
● Live training from experienced teachers and facilitators
This course was written by MindfulnessUK and has been delivered successfully to employees and leaders in education sectors. Facilitators of this course are fully accredited mindfulness teachers and have many years of experience working within teaching and leadership roles in schools.
Who is this course designed for?
● Leadership roles
● Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) coordinators
● School nurses and counsellors
● Support staff
Participants will learn how to:
● Experience and practice mindfulness
● Cultivate emotional intelligence
● Develop resilience
● Understand their own patterns and behaviour
● Improve personal well-being
● Create their own mindfulness and well-being practice
See below for dates and to book
Compassionate Mindful Resilience course - Monday 20 September and 4th October 2021.
2 x 1/2 day sessions: Monday 20th September 9am - 2pm and Monday 4th October 9am - 1:30pm
Compassionate Mindful Resilience course - 15,22,29 November & 6 December 2021
4 x 2.5hrs sessions: Monday 15th November 9:30am - 12:30am, Monday 22nd and 29th November and Monday 6th December - 9:30am - 12noon
Compassionate Mindful Resilience course - 21 & 28 Jan, 4 & 11 Feb 2022
4 x 2.5hrs sessions - Friday 21st January 9:30am - 12:30pm and Friday 28th January, Friday 4th and 11th February 9:30am - 12 noon
Compassionate Mindful Resilience course - 7,14,21 and 28 March 2022
4 x 2.5hrs sessions - Monday 7th March 6pm - 9pm and Monday 14th, 21st and 28th March - 6pm - 8:30pm
Rose has over 10 years experience supporting schools, social care and healthcare workers and has been teaching mindfulness both in the UK and overseas for six years.
She is a qualified mindfulness and compassion teacher and co-director of Mindful Educators CIC. Rose’s sensitivity, empathy and compassionate desire to bring transformation to the mental health of all.
Debbie has been a mindfulness teacher for five years and has taught social care workers,
teachers, managers and healthcare workers . She has worked in teaching roles, special
educational needs and leadership for 20 years.
Debie has a clear, fun and empathetic teaching style. She is a MindfulnessUK associate tutor and a co-director of Mindful Educators CIC.
“Definitely recommend it. Great for personal well-being but also for work, transferable knowledge that will help teenagers.”
“The course gives permission to acknowledge the difficulty of my role and the impact that can
have outside of the office and tools on how to help look after myself, mentally and emotionally.” - PFSA
“Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.”
- Viktor E. Frankl, a neurologist, psychologist and Holocaust survivor