Sally Ann Hart

training | empowerment for all


Sally Ann Hart

training | empowerment for all

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Welcome to my site, I hope you like it! It is intended to be a resource for those who have received training from me as well as somewhere for people to find information about the types of training I am able to offer. I will also be occasionally posting general stuff about what I’m involved with at the moment. quotation_marks_close

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New PBs Process into Practice Course

It is with great excitement and pleasure that I can announce that I’ve finally got round to getting my act together and coordinating dates with another PB trainer to facilitate the 4 day ‘Intermediate’  PB Process into Practice (P2P) course.  Previously,  I’ve been fortunate enough to have someone either ask…

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PBPeople.org.uk goes live!

So here’s my latest news.  Together with 2 PB colleagues we’ve launched a new website PBPeople.org.uk The rationale behind this is to provide an opportunity for the PB community to stay in touch, share ideas, ask questions and develop a network that highlights the range of PB…

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An Exciting New Project!

Just a quick post to say “watch this space” because I have some news that I think is really exciting relating to Protective Behaviours.  Can’t stop now to write more, but the whole thing will be unveiled on 1st May 2012 so not long to wait now 😀…

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PBs and Cake?

It’s been another busy few weeks on the Foundation Level PBs training front with courses in Dunstable, Watford, Stevenage and at the University of Northampton  – and some of it on a Saturday.  Each group has been lively and unique and I’ve learned an awful lot from the many participants.  Thank you to Kirsten for the ‘blow on a troll’ story and also to Vicki for reminding me of the importance of cake.  The latter has got me thinking about if

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“5 to Thrive!” (Hertfordshire’s Key Messages).

Happy New Year! (I can’t believe it’s taken me ’til February though to get round to saying it – I believe the saying is: “time flies when you’re having fun!”).  I had a great start to 2012 by attending Hertfordshire’s ‘My Baby’s Brain’ training where the 5-a-day messages (akin to the 5-a-day healthy eating messages)*  intended for all parents and carers of babies 0 to 3 years old were shared – the resources look fantastic!  It was also good to meet up with lots of PBs buddies at the same event as so much of this approach fits beautifully with the PBs process because, as Themes 1 & 2 say:

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Now that’s what I call PBs 2011

During the recent Intermediate Level PBs course I found myself considering what the soundtrack to PBs could be?  I like to play music while setting up, packing away and during individual or group activities.  And on more than one occasion I’ve found myself listening to the words on some of the tracks and marvelling at how disempowering some lyrics are – after all,  if I needed someone to ‘make me feel like a natural woman’ how frustrating might that be!

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‘Tails’ from the training room

It ‘s been a busy few weeks on the training front with Foundation Level PBs courses in Hemel and Bedford and a 4 day Intermediate Level course in Stevenage.  Also looking forward to the first PBs course, at the beginnning of next month, which forms part of the University of Northampton’s Early Childhood Studies Degree course and another ‘Baby It’s You’ day at a local Children’s Centre.  And, with so many training sessions,

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