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Behaviour Management Seminar – London

Thursday, 15th, October, 2015 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

As part of our commitment to provide high-quality training to our schools and candidates, Axcis are pleased to offer this Behaviour Management Seminar on the 15th October 2015 with speaker Alex Leng.


Course Details:

Address: Dragon Hall, Covent Garden, 17 Stukeley Street, London WC2B 5LT

Date: 15th October 2015

Time: Registration 18:15 (for 18.30 start)

Cost: £18 (inclusive of VAT)

How to book: Email Stacey Huntley in our London office to book your place.


About Alex Leng

Alex Leng is on the leadership team at Beormund School in London. He has practised and proven first-hand experience working with SEBD pupils on a daily basis. In this seminar, Alex will provide tips on the latest strategies and good practice advise on how to positively, practically and supportively manage challenging behaviour in the classroom.


Feedback from the last Axcis CPD Behaviour Management (BESD) Seminar:


I wanted to say thank you for organising the BESD talk on Tuesday evening. The guest speakers you chose were amazing and I think it’s by far one of the most informative CPDs I’ve ever attended.


This training is the perfect opportunity to enhance your knowledge and understanding of behaviour management and BESD by learning how to adopt practical skills directly from an experienced specialist.


Please note: Places are limited and as a result, we are unable to confirm your attendance until payment is received. Cost of seminar is non-refundable, but you may transfer your place to a friend or colleague. This is an event run by Axcis Education Recruitment. As such, please contact us directly with any questions rather than the venue as they are unlikely to be able to assist. Axcis makes every effort to minimise the cost of CPD training events – the rate charged helps to cover hall hire and cost of speaker – no profit is generated from our events.



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