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Code: INC381 Inclusion : Therapeutic Thinking in East Sussex - A Initial Briefing Session for ISEND Staff.

A selection of Inclusion, Special Educational Needs and Disability (ISEND) staff have been selected to attend this initial briefing on 'Therapeutic Thinking for East Sussex'. This is a session that will introduce the concept of Therapeutic Thinking and how we hope to embed this in our practice across ISEND before we move on to looking at how this can be introduced and developed in schools.

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1 14 January 2019 09:00 - 15:00 Devonshire Park Lawn Tennis Club Map

Code: LSC558 LSCB : Consent, sex and young people

Over the course of this half day workshop you will learn about the law in relation to sexual consent. We will break down the definition and use case studies to explore what having the freedom and capacity to consent means. We will look at the rights and responsibilities of individuals engaging in sexual activity and ways in which you can discuss these issues with children and young people by looking at practical tools and resources.

Important note: It is essential that you have undertaken the Safeguarding Children e-learning prior to coming on this course (see additional information under full details), or you may be turned away.

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1 14 January 2019 09:30 - 13:30 East Sussex Training & Development Centre (St Mary's House) Map

Code: LSC557 LSCB : Working with Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities - Safeguarding, Risk Planning and Intervention (EVENT FULL)

The term Gypsy, Roma and Traveller is a collective term used to describe a wide variety of cultural and ethnic groups. There are many ways in which ethnicity may be established: these include language, nomadic way of life, and crucially, self-identification. Defining a person as a Gypsy, Roma or Traveller is a matter of self-ascription and does not exclude those who are living in houses. Ethnic identity is not lost when members of the communities settle, but it continues and adapts to the new circumstances.

 


Important note: It is essential that you have completed the Safeguarding Children eLearning and the pre-course learning, prior to coming on this course (see additional information under full details), or you may be turned away. 

 

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1 14 January 2019 09:30 - 13:00 Horntye Park Sports Complex Map

Code: ESC/19/20 Making Applications & Interview Skills (EVENT FULL)

To approach competency based interviews with confidence and to be able to write an effective supporting/personal statement.

 

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1 14 January 2019 09:30 - 16:30 East Sussex Training & Development Centre (St Mary's House) Map

Code: GOV651 Safeguarding Children in Education: Refresher Safeguarding Governors Responsibilities

East Sussex Children’s Service and the East Sussex Local Safeguarding Children Board (LSCB) has set an expectation that the named safeguarding link governors attend, prior to or shortly after appointment, in-depth face to face training delivered by the East Sussex Governor and Clerking Services which will be updated every three years.

This session will provide safeguarding link governors with a refresher of the knowledge of how to work effectively with the school’s designated safeguarding lead (DSL) and ensure the governing body's responsibilities are being met.

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1 14 January 2019 19:00 - 21:00 The Civic Centre Map

Code: CWB193A-C Attachment Based Practice with Families, Part 2 - Adolescence, Adulthood and the Family system (EVENT FULL)

This three day course is a professional/advanced level of training on 'Attachment Based Practice with Families’, focusing on attachment based practice with adolescents and adults. It replaces the previous 'Introduction to Attachment Based Practice with Adults' course. It is aimed at case-holding practitioners. You must complete 'Attachment Based Practice with Families, Part 1- infancy, early childhood and the school years' or have
completed the previous 'Application of Attachment Theory' course before attending this course. Following Days 1 and 2 participants will undertake a piece of assessment work in preparation for Day 3.

 Attachment theory is essential for understanding how human beings function in relationships and how people develop social and psychological difficulties. It is also fundamental for understanding what constitutes psychological wellbeing. 



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Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 14 January 2019 09:30 - 16:30 Lansdowne Hotel Map
2 15 January 2019 09:30 - 16:30 Lansdowne Hotel Map
3 28 February 2019 09:30 - 16:30 Lansdowne Hotel Map