The 2 day first aid at work requalification training course updates the first aid skills of those who need to renew their First Aid at Work Certificate.
The HSE guidelines are that you must requalify within 28 days of your certificate expiring.
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.
Participants must bring a copy of their current certificate on the first day of the course.Essential Information
• Our offer includes a comprehensive introduction to PBS.
• PBS is a government recommended approach to supporting vulnerable people and the Department of Health specifically recommends PBS following the Mid Staffordshire and Winterbourne Review.
• PBS has a strong evidence base for supporting people with intellectual impairment or learning disabilities.
• Our course covers a range of areas that will be useful for your work with people with learning disabilities and/ or autism, including if you are front line staff or a manager
• Its foundation is the use of person-centred approaches to meet the needs of people with a learning disability and/or autism who may be at risk of displaying challenging behaviours
• You will understand it is backed by evidence from behavioural science
• It is important that those of you implementing behaviour support to understand why you do it and the range of strategies available to you
• It will also enable you to adapt your practice with useful strategies for your day to day work based on inclusion, choice, participation and equality of opportunity
"All governors should be able to engage fully with discussions about data. If they cannot, they should undertake appropriate training to enable them to do this" (Governors handbook DfE November 2015)
The purpose of this training is to:
Develop governors' knowledge of the data available to them.
Develop the capacity of experienced and new governors effectively in order to:
- Challenge and support their school's leadership team in their efforts to bring about school improvement.
- Ask probing questions about outcomes for pupils
This course is for school staff looking for an overview of Down Syndrome and is a useful starting point for those new to supporting learners with Down Sydrome.
To equip school staff with detailed knowledge of the specific learning profile of children and young people with Down Syndrome and how to support their learning needs within school settings.
Participants should attend both sessions.
Facilitators: Hounslow EP Service - Dawn Collard and Katherine PughEssential 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
This course is in two parts, delivered via Zoom, each lasting 90 minutes. It has been put together and will be led by governor training and consultant, Andrew Dodge, a school governor and chair himself, with experience in infant, primary, secondary and special schools, both maintained and academy.
As well as some presentation, these online sessions are very interactive including activities and group discussion. The content is structured around the Three Core Functions of school governance described in the DfE Governance Handbook and covers everything you need to know in order to 2hit the ground running" and become an effective member of your governing body team.
You will gain all the essential information about schools and the education system including jargon-busting, types of school, categories of governor, the curriculum, assessment and Ofsted inspection. You will explore what governors do and, equally important, what they should not do, with tips on how to maintain a strategic focus and avoid getting involved in the day-to-day, operational running of the school.
Core Function 1 - Clarity of Vision, Ethos and Strategy including self-evaluation and improvement planning.
Core Function 2 - Holding the Headteacher to Account covers the headteacher's report, interpreting data, advice on visiting the school and the sort of questions to ask when schools are operating normally. This session will also cover governors' accountability during school closure and the essentials to focus on.
Core Function 3 - Overseeing the Financial Performance of the School explores how governors ensure public money is well spent.
You will learn about governors' statutory duties and how to engage effectively with parents, pupils and staff.
Above all, the course should leave you motivated and inspired to contribute to your governing body thereby improving the eduction of the pupils at your school.
This course looks at the identification, characteristics and support needs of autistic girls from the early years through to becoming young adults.
Lynn McCann is the author of "How to support children with ASC in Primary School" and "How to support students with ASC in Secondary School" published by LDA 2017. She also writes regularly for the TES blog, and has published articles in SENCO Magazine, NASEN Connect and Optimus SEND magazine (Autism and SRE and How to write social stories). She has also completed the National Autistic Society Assessor training.
We are strongly recommending that Schools that have chosen to deliver their Early Career Framework through UCL ensure their Induction Tutors attend this UCL briefing.
It will inform attendees of:
- UCL Modules
- ECT expectations
There will be opportunities to ask questions.
There will be no charge for this session.Essential Information
Early Years Practitioners
This innovative course blends 6 hours of practical training with 6 hours of eLearning. It focuses on the emergency scenarios that face professionals looking after young children and infants, including teachers, playgroup leaders, childcare providers, nannies and childminders. It meets the standards of Ofsted/EYFS and HSE requirements.
Day 1: Practical Day
• Roles & Responsibilities of the First Aider
• Assessing an Emergency Situation & Prioritising Action
• Unresponsive Casualty (Not Breathing) – Infant & Child
• Unresponsive Casualty (Breathing) – Infant & Child
• Choking – Infant & Child
• Head Injuries
• Burns, Bleeds & Shock
Day 2: Interactive eLearning
• Bites & Stings
• Suspected Fracture
• Neck & Back Injuries
• Head Injuries (recap)
• Burns & Scalds (recap)
• Minor Injuries
• Electric Shock
• Extreme Temperatures
Learners are continuously assessed by the trainer throughout the course and they must also complete the Final Assessment at the end of the eLearning.
The interactive eLearning is completed online and must be completed before the practical training day.
On completion of the course, learners receive a Full Paediatric First Aid certificate valid for 3 years, which meets OFSTED / EYFS and HSE requirements