Monday, 16 June 2014

NATE Saturday 19th July 2014


10am, SATURDAY, 19th JULY, 2014

10:00 - 10:15
Arrivals introduction and Tea and how the day will run

10:15 - 1130
Andy and Sharon have kindly agreed to  present their CPD profiles and we will explore together how this was done, in conjunction to HCPC standards they should include 500 word summary of practice history ( past two years) , using a personal development plan, supporting evidence, CPD activities. As we work in education are there CPD activities we engage in but we are unaware they are or could be CPD?

NATE members could find it useful to have a look at the HCPC website relating to CPD before the session, the link is here;

11:30 - 12:30
Art making reflecting on the CPD presentation.

12:30 - 13:30

13:30 - 14:30
Art making using a part of the museum collection we will explore, form, forms and forming to facilitate a further discussion on referrals, assessments and evaluation.

Here is a website that might get the creativity going!

14:30 - 15:30
Following on from the last NATE session where we started the discussion on referrals, sdq, evaluation etc we decided that we could begin the research into devising a more robust or appropriate to our work as art therapists in education a referral form that meets the needs of the referrer, the client and the art therapist. We will have a discussion and if people want to bring forms that they use this could be useful to jog our memories from where we left off.

15:30 - 16:00
Feedback and conclusion


Manchester Art Gallery,
Mosley Street,
M2 3LJ
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Metrolink tram
St Peter’s Square or Mosley Street stations are the nearest Metrolink stations. Both are on the Altrincham and Eccles lines.

Nearest bus stops are St Peter's Square or Piccadilly Gardens.

To Manchester Piccadilly, Manchester Oxford Road or Manchester Victoria stations. Take the Metrolink from Victoria or Piccadilly (Altrincham or Eccles direction) to Mosley Street or St Peter's Square.

Manchester is ringed by the M60, linking to the UK's extensive motorway network. Follow signs to the city centre. Car parking is available at the NCP car parks on Chepstow Street, Faulkner Street or Sackville Street. All are within five minutes of the gallery. The nearest disabled parking is on Nicholas Street or Princess Street, approximately 50m from the main entrance.



We are booking places from Monday 16th June, 2014.
To confirm your attendance please email Nigel Durkan

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