16th November 2015.
The Archie audio files are now playable again.
'What's the Buzz?' TRAINING DAYS will be held at SOPHIA three times in 2018.
SOPHIA is nestled in a beautiful garden and sits in the shade of a huge Moreton Bay Fig tree. The setting is tranquil, restorative and a pleasure to engage with. It's located at 225 Cross Road, Cumberland Park, South Australia - right next door to Cabra Dominican College.
'What's the Buzz?' TRAINING DAYS run from 8.30am to 3pm. A healthy, delicious and personalised morning tea and lunch are provided.
In 2018 TRAINING DAYS will be held on;
Register early as these TRAINING DAYS always fill fast.
Group size is set at a maximum of 25 so the day is intimate and interactive.
To register for a What's the Buzz? Training Day, either -
Once your booking is received a confirmation letter will be sent directly to you.
Completion of the What's the Buzz? TRAINING DAY entitles;
Please keep in mind that Mark and Madhavi are happy to bring a 'What's the Buzz?' TRAINING DAY to staff at your school or organisation. You can arrange this by emailing Mark at firstname.lastname@example.org or Madhavi at email@example.com
'What's the Buzz?' is part of the world-wide 'positive psychology', 'positive education' and 'positive behaviours' movement to teach children and adolescents 'social and emotional' literacy' in schools, in wide-ranging organisations and at home.
The PRIMARY program (for children aged from 10 to 14 years) was released in 2011 by international publishers, Routledge, an instantly became a best seller. Currently, due to global demand, Mark and Madhavi are rewriting and adding to this program as a second edition. If all goes to plan, this new edition will be available early in 2019.
In 2015, What's the Buzz? for EARLY LEARNERS (for children aged from 4 to 10 years), accompanied by 'Archie's BIG BOOK of Friendship Adventures,' was released.
Both programs are now used in more than 80 countries to teach, coach and support young people socially and emotionally. 'What's the Buzz?' is used globally on a day to day basis in; pre-schools, junior primary schools primary and middle schools, welfare and disability groups as well as government community based organisations. In fact, the Educational Ministry of education in China bought the publishing rights for 'What's the Buzz?' and is rolling it out in schools across China.