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Thinking Into Character

As part of our focus on the personal development of our students, we have developed a transformational programme called ‘Thinking into Character’ (TiC). TiC is designed to help you think better, set and achieve meaningful goals, and take actions which will lead to a productive and happy future.

Benefits of this programme include:

  • Learn how to identify, set and achieve inspiring goals
  • Improve your self-image and re-write your life script
  • Close the gap between your intentions and your actions
  • Understand how to turn non-productive habits into productive habits
  • Overcome challenges and barriers to success
  • Develop your leadership qualities

 

Three ways of engaging with TiC

The TiC program is designed and led by Dr Selva Pankaj, CEO of Regent Group. The programme is unique to Regent College and can be accessed in three ways:

  • ELearning programme (free for Regent student)
  • Blended Learning programme
  • Third party programme

Through a series of videos, Dr Selva Pankaj, will take you through 12 digital lessons. These lessons will transform the way you think, and help you to achieve personal and professional success. Topics of lessons include: how to think big and setting worthy goals, how to attain a growth mind-set and how to develop more positive work habits.

The ELearning Package is free for all students at Regent College.

ELearning Programme features:

– 12 digital lessons, plus an additional 10 bonus lessons

– Video-based lessons accessible online 24/7

– Student handbook, including an overview and highlights of each lesson, plus worksheets, reading material and further assignments

– Regular emails to keep you informed of the latest developments

– Work through course content at your own pace

Begin ELearning

Students who would like to develop their skills even further are invited to attend class based workshops led in person by Dr Selva Pankaj, Principal of Regent College London, or trained facilitators. These workshops will add to and support your digital learning, helping you to stay focused and to get the most out each lesson.

Blended Learning Programmes features:

– All the resources available in the ELearning programme

– Additional ELearning resources, including: Zoom video-calls, digital lesson facilitation and personal consultation sessions

– 12 or 24 hours of class based workshops in which you will work with qualified facilitators in small groups to support ELearning

– Certificate of completion and invitation to annual student conference in London

– Eligibility for the TiC Student of the year award, the winner will receive an all-expenses paid trip to the US or Canada to attend thought-leadership seminars

The blended learning option is currently only available to Regents students, for a modest fee. Get in touch with Akosua Bonsu to find out more, including flyer and pricing.

Get in touch with Akosua Bonsu

Wel also offer TiC to educational institutions outside of Regent College. The third party package includes access to our digital learning platform and comprehensive training for the staff you have selected to facilitate the TiC programme.

Features of Third Party programme

– 12 digital lessons, plus an additional 10 bonus lessons

– Video-based lessons accessible online 24/7

– Student handbook, including an overview and highlights of each lesson, plus worksheets, reading material and further assignments

– Regular email to designated course leader to keep you informed of the latest developments

– Work through course content at your own pace

– 1 or 2 days of comprehensive training for teachers facilitating the delivery of the course



Benefits of TiC programme for your institution:

– Meet latest QAA (2018) requirements for Enabling Student Achievement

– Meet latest QAA (2018) requirements for Student Engagement

– Improve your ratings in National Student Survey (NSS) (esp., on Learning Opportunities)

– Meet latest Ofsted criteria set out for FE & HE colleges (effective Sept. 2019) particularly helping to achieve outstanding ratings in 2 of the 4 criteria on which Ofsted will evaluate your college or sixth form: Quality of education and Personal Development

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