Delegates will need to attend both sessions on the 20th April and the 27th April 2021.
This workshop aims to give an overview of the development of communication and interaction skills including the fundamentals of communication. It introduces strateies and direct interventions to support pre-verbal children to develop their early communication and interaction skills.
Teachers and education support staff in Foundation Stage, KS1 and KS2 settings who support pre-verbal children with Autism or Social Communication difficulties.
Please note: This course will be run as an online training session via Microsoft Teams. When you book, you will receive information about how to access the training and how the session will be run. This is a two session course.Essential Information
It is a challenging time for school leadership and Governing bodies as budgets shrink and expenditure increases!
This course will examine the governors' role in the budget setting process; the key points they should be aware of; what they need to budget for; the need to link the budget and the school development plan (SDP) and what questions governors might want to ask. As well as the importance of monitoring the Budget throughout the hear and how this might be done.
There will also be a section particular to the lockdown of schools this school year.Essential Information
This two day paediatric first aid course focuses on emergency scenarios that face those looking after young children and infrants, from the Early Years up to age 11.
As this is an active session that may require a small amount of physical participation, you are advised to wear appropriate clothing and not be hindered in any way.Essential Information
Due to this session being run remotely, it will be run over two morning sessions. If we are able to run face to face training we will let you know.
The course is accredited and has been produced by the Safer Recruitment Consortium, a partnership between four organisations with the safety and wellbeing of children at their heart:
Safer Recruitment workshop content:
A standard assessment has been provided to cover the workshop content. The questions relevant to each session will be delivered at the end of each session, 13 questions in total.
Anaphylaxis is a severe, potentially life-threatening allergic reation that can develop rapidly and this qualification provides the knowledge and skills to promptly recognise and manage a casualty with anaphylaxis until emergency medical assistance arrives.
This qualification is regulated in the UK and awarded by First Aid Awards.
The qualification is assessed through practical demonstration and written assessment. The learner must successfully pass both written and practical assessments to achieve the qualification. There is no grading of the assessment; learners pass or are referred.
Scenarios will be set to enable a learner to demonstrate their knowledge and practical skills. The practical assessment is ongoing throughout the course but the Trainer will make learners aware of when they are being assessed.Essential Information