22nd November 2022 09:00 - 17:30 Conferences

LIVE TICKETS - 2022 ARC Annual Conference - 'Attachment and Trauma - teaching, learning and emotional wellbeing in school'

Live conference tickets

2022 ARC Annual Conference - 'Attachment and Trauma - teaching, learning and emotional wellbeing in school'

Attachment and trauma informed approaches, supporting emotional wellbeing in your schools.

Tuesday 22 November 2022

9am-5.30pm   Arrival from 8.30am

Venue: The Burlington Hotel, Burlington Arcade, 126 New St, Birmingham, B2 4JQ

MEMBERS £149 + VAT

NON-MEMBERS £199 + VAT

This years conference will follow a hybrid model with both live and virtual tickets available for delegates to choose from. The live event will take place at The Burlington Hotel, Birmingham and the virtual will be hosted from the bespoke conference platform. The day will showcase keynote speakers, including leading psychologists, motivational speakers and practitioners, celebrated for their practice in the UK and internationally. Workshops will be provided by the 2021 Alex Timpson ARC Attachment Award Winners, as well as colleagues who specialise in attachment and trauma informed practice. This year will include a panel discussion, with confirmed panelists from NAVSH, ASCL, The Rees Centre and Adoption UK. 

The ARC Annual Conference will be a full CPD Accredited conference, with a 30 day on demand available to all delegates, with over 12 hours of content. 

(Please note Kriss Akabusi presentation will not be available on demand following the live event)

ARC is delighted to announce Kriss Akabusi MBE as the first keynote speaker of the 2022 Annual Conference

ARC is delighted to announce that Kriss Akabusi MBE will be joining delegates live at the Annual Conference in November
 
Kriss Akabusi MBE is an Olympian, media personality, motivational speaker and businessman. 
 
Kriss rose to fame on the athletics track, having begun his international athletics career in 1983 as a member of the 4 x 400 metre relay squad. He will always be remembered for helping Great Britain clinch gold from the mighty Americans at the 1991 World Championships in Tokyo. Having amassed three Olympic medals, as well as World, European and Commonwealth titles, Kriss was bestowed with an even greater honour in 1992: an MBE awarded by her Majesty the Queen in recognition of his services to the country through athletics.
 
Kriss is also a qualified life coach, having earned his Masters in existential coaching.

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