This is a bespoke programme of support for newly qualified teachers (NQTs) or teachers new to teaching in year 6, including any teachers who may have taught in year 6 prior to the introduction of the new curriculum in September 2015.
Through a series of six meetings across the year, teachers will receive guidance and targeted training, as well as coaching from an experienced county moderator.
Teachers who sign up for the programme will receive: five half day training sessions (some virtual and some face-to-face) and an in-school (or virtual if required) visit from an East Sussex county moderator who will provide individual coaching and support.
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|1||15 October 2020||14:00 - 16:00||Microsoft Teams Webinar||Map|
|2||25 November 2020||14:00 - 16:00||Microsoft Teams Webinar||Map|
|3||03 March 2021||13:15 - 16:15||Microsoft Teams Webinar||Map|
|4||24 May 2021||13:15 - 16:15||Microsoft Teams Webinar||Map|
|5||29 June 2021||14:00 - 16:00||Microsoft Teams Webinar||Map|
Social workers in particular, are encouraged to book on this training:
This live interactive virtual course forms the foundation level of a programme of training on 'Attachment Based Practice with Families'. It replaces the previous 'Application of Attachment Theory' 2 day course. Practitioners who have attended the Application of Attachment Theory course are eligible to book directly on to the second part of the programme: 'Attachment Based Practice with Families, Part 2 - Adolescence, Adulthood and the Family System'
This Part 1 course focuses on infancy and early childhood, moving up to the school years. It introduces contemporary attachment theory, its links with child development, neurobiology and the emerging field of narrative medicine.
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.
Once you have successfully booked on you will receive a link to the platform for this event.
This live interactive virtual classroom, delivered through Microsoft Teams provides essential information, guidance and professional development for Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSLs).
This 2-day training programme will provide staff with the skills, knowledge and understanding to undertake the role within an educational setting, ensuring compliance with Keeping Children Safe in Education September 2019, Working Together to Safeguard Children 2018 as well as locally developed guidance and documentation.
In order to gain your certificate, you must attend both days training, however you may start in the role of DSL after completion of the first day.
Important note. Full joining instructions and guidance will be provided with your confirmation email. Please see “Additional information” for further important details.
This live interactive virtual classroom training will offer participants an opportunity to understand the 4x4x4 (integrated) model of supervision, develop their reflective supervision skills and gain support to apply it to their specific context over a two day programme.
Important note: Once you have successfully booked a place, you will receive a separate invite with a link to the online platform for this event.
NB : please note that this training is now live interactive virtual classroom training and will be delivered via Zoom. This was originally to be run as face-to-face training. Once you have successfully booked a place on this event, you will receive a separate invite with a link to the Zoom meeting. Important : Please note this invite will be sent close to the day/time of the event.
This course provides participants with the knowledge that will enable them to identify signs and indicators of abuse and their responsibilities in terms of responding to and highlighting any concerns, appropriately using East Sussex County Council procedures. It will also discuss the wider safeguarding role and discuss how to identify children and families who require an Early Help Plan and where to get the appropriate help and advice.
Please find attached the Continuum of Need and indicators, these will be referred to during the training so please familiarise yourself with these.
This course is NOT suitable for Registered Childminders and Designated Safeguarding Leads. Please attend either the "Designated Safeguarding Leads Training for Childcare Settings - initial Training" or "Designated Safeguarding Leads Training for Childcare Settings – Refresher training" as applicable. See attached Guidance document for further information.Essential Information
We know that the communication environment for babies and toddlers during the first 24 months influences their future language acquisition.
This course is designed to show the many different ways that our youngest children communicate and interact with us and how, as a practitioner, you can support this.Essential Information
This 2 day workshop will help you understand how the brain processes and responds to change. To be more aware of your own and other people’s typical reactions to externally driven change and to plan how you will lead and manage change; so as to maximise the likelihood of making this a positive and successful experience.
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|1||15 October 2020||09:30 - 16:30||East Sussex Training & Development Centre (St Mary's House)||Map|
|2||09 November 2020||09:30 - 16:30||East Sussex Training & Development Centre (St Mary's House)||Map|
On completion of the course, learners will have an understanding of Legionnaire’s Disease and why it is important to manage their hot and cold water systems.
The course will also provide information on the current legislative requirements to enable compliance.
This course will be held in Priory Room, Centre F, County Hall, Lewes BN7 1UEEssential Information