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Utilising reflection in our practice recorded webinar
This webinar covers how we, as professionals and adult learners, can utilise reflection to improve our practice. This webinar is facilitated by Gemma Coe, Co-Founder of The Child Sleep Society.
Time & Location
Available to view online.
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This webinar is a beginner's guide to reflective practice. Reflective practice provides us with an opportunity to reflect on those moments that have either gone well, or not so well and apply a structured, compassionate and constructive approach to exploring these experiences in order to learn from them.
What to expect:
This recorded webinar will look at why sleep consultants, and other allied professionals working with children and families, should spend time reflecting on practice. Models of reflection will be introduced and we explore how to use them effectively as part of our practice.
Aim & learning outcomes
The aim of the online session is to review the advantages of reflective practice and explore a range of models for helping us to reflect and learn from past experience. By the end of this online session, you will be able to:
- Describe what is meant by reflective practice.
- Identify the advantages of reflective practice.
- Review models that support reflection in practice.
More about Gemma
Gemma had a successful career in medical education, healthcare and teaching for 20+ years and retrained as a sleep specialist when she became obsessed with her own little one's sleep. Post certification Gemma became frustrated with the lack of regulation, industry awareness and commitment to CPD. So, The Child Sleep Society was born to give access to high quality learning opportunities for sleep consultants who value ongoing education and want to be the best they can be. Gemma is also a proud mum to her two children, Elodie and Charlie.
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To participate in our online (live) events, you will need access to:
A computer – laptop, desktop or tablet.
A high-speed internet connection – broadband wired or wireless (3G or 4G/LTE).
Speakers and a microphone – built-in, USB plug-in, or wireless Bluetooth.
A webcam – built-in webcam or separate webcam connected to your laptop/desktop or tablet.
You will be required to download Zoom so you can participate fully in the online (live) event.