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Menopause; Part of the Hieda Box Set

6th March 2023 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

  • Date: 6 March 2023 
  • Time: 11:00 – 12:00 
  • Venue: zoom (online) – Webinar


  • Teachers of PSHE 
  • Healthcare professionals 
  • HR/ Occupational health in the workplace

Course outline

This training package comprises of 12 webinars on a variety of medical topics, the purpose of which is to provide updates on medical conditions and refresh skills. This box set is suitable for all organisations who wish to further their knowledge with a view to supporting their employees within the work environment. It is also aimed at supporting school nurses with their training and development needs; helping them to raise the standards of care provided in schools, this could count as CPD as part of their revalidation. Webinars will be recorded so if you cannot attend the day or have missed any of the box set, they can be available for you to view when convenient.

This training is available to purchase as a single webinar or part of the Hieda box set series.

This set will be £500 for a member series place.

The aim of this webinar is to raise awareness and have a better understanding of menopause. With many of the workforce suffering from this poorly understood condition we will glean an insight into the how it affects a person. 

Training topics will include: 

  • Understanding menopause 
  • Statistics in the UK 
  • How it affects women 
  • Treatment and support strategies.

Learning outcomes: 

  • To have a better understanding of this condition 
  • To recognise strategies that could be implemented to support someone 
  • To develop a culture of openness about menopause in the workplace.


Nicky Bright, ISI Education Quality, Boarding and Compliance inspector 

Before setting up Bright Lead, Nicky was Headmistress of Bruton School for Girls for eight years, Chair of the Girls’ Schools Association’s Professional Development committee and a GSA Council member. Leadership at Bruton was described as ‘dynamic and visionary’ by the Independent Schools Inspectorate.

With over 30 years teaching experience, supporting professional development has been a key passion in all her leadership roles and from 2013 to 2019 she was the GSA national Independent Schools Teacher Induction Panel representative, which has oversight of the induction and development of newly qualified teachers. Nicky’s more recent work within the computer games, security and recruitment industries continue this passion for ‘people development’ within the context of business strategy.

Nicky believes in the power of professional and personal development to create change and is committed to enabling leadership development and coaching for leaders, in a wide variety of industries. She wants to support individuals and organisations in their quest to develop people to maximise their potential and be their ‘best selves’. In education this creates transformational learning experiences for the young people we serve, engendering a life-long love of learning, creativity and curiosity in this rapidly changing world. This development work has a similar positive impact upon productivity and profitability in other industries, as well as making them better places in which to work, engendering loyalty and commitment.

Nicky has been an ISI Education Quality, Boarding and Compliance inspector since 2005, is a member of the Boarding Schools Association expert panel, and a Fellow of the RSA and of the Royal Geographical Society. In 2014, she took Bruton School for Girls from ‘good with some excellent features’ to ‘excellent’ in every category inspected and, as she left in 2020 after leading the school through the COVID remote learning period, the school was shortlisted for the Small Independent School of the Year Award. Prior to that, Nicky was Deputy Head of St Mary’s Calne, and Second Deputy at Putney High School.



  • Member Rate: £60 
  • Additional Member Rate: £20
  • Non-member Rate: £120* 
  • Member Series Box Set: £500

*If you would like to become a member and access discounted rates for Hieda CPD and events, please click here.

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Other titles in this box set series:

1. Migraine Awareness: October 03
2. Infection Control: October 11
3. Asthma and Anaphylaxis update: November 04
4. Medication: meeting inspection criteria and managing guidelines: December 07
5. Diabetes Update: February 07
6. Drug and alcohol testing in the workplace: February 23
7. Menopause: March 06
8. Obesity and overeating: March 14
9. Sports Nutrition: March 21
10. IBS: April 18
11. Chronic Fatigue: May 12
12. Epilepsy: June 20



6th March 2023
11:00 am - 12:00 pm




Health in Education Association