Post Primary CPD
2021 - NCGE Post Primary Webinar Series
- Both School Guidance Counsellors and School Management are invited to participate.
- All Webinars will be hosted on the 'Zoom' platform - View / Download a 'Short Guide to Participating in NCGE Webinars'
- All webinars will be recorded and subsequently made available on the NCGE Resources Webpage
- Certificates of participation will be issued following attendance
To register your participation for a webinar please click the Zoom registration link available by clicking a webinar title below
(more details about the content of the webinar will also display)
- If you intend to participate in more than one webinar, please note that for security reasons separate registration is required for each one
- You do not have to sign up for all at the same time. NCGE will issue remider communications and this page will remain live
- Please ensure your correct e-mail is entered on each registration page, as the access link is automatically sent to the address populated there
- It may be the case that your local IT policy will classify the e-mails (with access links) sent from Zoom as junk / spam
If you fail to receive a webinar link for any registered webinar; it is advised that you check your junk / spam folders and request the 'whitelisting’ of any communications from Zooms automated e-mail server - firstname.lastname@example.org - with your IT service / dept
This webinar further introduced Guidance Related Learning for Junior Cycle and provides Guidance Counsellors with an opportunity to discuss all elements of the unit of learning.
This webinar discussed how to include the voice of parents in planning, and the participation of parents in the practice of Guidance.
NCGE partnered with the National Parents Council Post Primary Ireland (NPCPP) in the creation and presentation of this webinar.
This webinar provided an opportunity for an interactive dialogue and Q & A between schools and the NCGE regarding ‘Digitalised Guidance'.
Guidance Counsellors and school management were provided with an opportunity to discuss and ask questions on any aspect of Digitalised Guidance.
In addition, resources to support good quality guidance planning and practice were highlighted.