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(GMT) Europe/London
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Hertfordshire, UK
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18 Completed Sessions
Last Session:
Wed May 22 2013 at 12:30 pm EDT
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Wed May 22 2013 at 11:14 am EDT
On Learn It Live Since:
Tuesday May 22, 2012
Group Classes (15)
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Every parent wants their child to be their best, to reach their full potential. We are so scared of our children failing or not making it that we go out of our way to support them with extra tutors, extra-curricular actives and a host of other things. Motivating our children is one of the most important and yet most challenging things we do as a parent. What can we do to ensure our child has the best possible start? During this seminar you will learn 1. How to set your child up for success. 2. How to parent through the different stages to ensure that your child reaches their full potential. 3. How to motivate for your child's personality, so you always get it right. 4. Critical success factors that parents need to be aware of and tools and techniques to use in your home right away. Parents will leave with strategies and techniques that they can use practically, in the real world, to support their child in realising their full potential.
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Navigating the minefield of youth friendships can often be a challenging times. How do young people maintain a sense of perspective while also making friends and having a good and reliable social circle? In this presentation Sarah will: 1. Introduce parents to the different kind of friends and give them tips on how to support their teen in picking wisely. 2. Teach parents how to help their children see the difference between a friend and a frenemy 3. Help their child understand their unique friendship type 4. Give them strategies and tips to deal with friendship conflicts. Parents will leave with a clear sense of how to navigate the somewhat choppy waters of youth friendships, a clear system to support them in recognising who will and will not be a good friends and know what to do when it all starts going wrong.
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Whatever descriptions, labels or categories the text books may have used in the past to classify children, there is hardly a more apt one than Screenagers for the young ones of today. Screens of one kind or another, television, computer, mobile phone, they all keep the children glued to them. For most people, it feels as if today's youth are adrift in a strange world which they know little about. During this seminar Sarah will: 1. Look at the common modern day problems around children and technology 2. Show parents how to support their teenagers on line 3. Discuss getting the balance right between online and offline time. Parents will leave with: -knowledge of the decisions they need to make in their home - A plan to put in place in their home - A deeper understanding of what they need to be aware of when it comes to their teenagers and technology use.
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arah Newton understands young people in a way that no one else does. She has shared her wisdom with millions who have tuned into her TV and radio shows, followed her writing and listened to her thought-provoking talks. Sarah helps young people solve issues by using tactics derived from years of collaborating with youth. With a no-nonsense and down-to-earth demeanour, her holistic and innovative approaches have been used in schools, organisations, and homes to bridge the generation gap.
Kim Farmer has been a certified Personal Trainer, a Clinical Exercise Specialist and a certified Group Exercise Fitness Instructor for over 7 years. She is the owner of Mile High Fitness and currently manages personal trainers and exercise instructors in corporate and private facilities. As a member of the Governor’s Council for Physical Activity and the Denver Public Schools Sound Body Sound Mind program, she has donated many hours to the community in an effort to improve the health of Colorado residents. She is an avid tennis player, two-time winner of the Colorado State Open tournament. She is also an author of a book and several published articles, and specializes in preventative care for those that may be at risk for disease. In addition, Kim is a degreed Electrical Engineer, earning her Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Colorado. She is also a published author of a book, many fitness articles, and currently publishes a blog ''Fitness Matters”. She has a very strong passion for exercise and physical fitness and is committed to helping her clients reach and surpass their fitness and weight loss goals.
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