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This course 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 2018, Working Together to Safeguard Children 2015 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.Essential Information
This course provides an overview of early development of speech, language and communication, practical ways to promote communication skills in young children and the basic principles of working with speech sounds.Essential Information
The Fostering Changes Programme was established in 1999 by the Conduct Disorder, Adoption and Fostering National and Specialist Team at the Maudsley Hospital. Following the increasing request from Foster Carers for more practical solutions to the problems they were experiencing with their Looked After Children to manage behaviour and avoid disruptions.
The Fostering Changes Programme is behaviourally based and derives from research into parenting skills, attachment, educational attainment and the academic progression of looked after children who are in Foster Care. It is flagship course for Foster Carers that provides them with the practical skills in behaviour identification and management that will support the longevity and stability of placements and make a significant difference to a looked after child’s life.
The course is open to all foster carers regardless of their experience and relationship to the children they look after.
This course is aimed for children 12 years and under
This is an 7 week course and all parts should be attended.Essential Information
|Session||Session Date||Session Time||Session Venue||Map|
|1||01 November 2018||10:00 - 13:15||Fellowship of St Nicholas - Robsack Centre||Map|
|2||08 November 2018||10:00 - 13:15||Fellowship of St Nicholas - Robsack Centre||Map|
|3||15 November 2018||10:00 - 13:15||Fellowship of St Nicholas - Robsack Centre||Map|
|4||22 November 2018||10:00 - 13:15||Fellowship of St Nicholas - Robsack Centre||Map|
|5||29 November 2018||10:00 - 13:15||Fellowship of St Nicholas - Robsack Centre||Map|
|6||06 December 2018||10:00 - 13:15||Fellowship of St Nicholas - Robsack Centre||Map|
|7||13 December 2018||10:00 - 13:15||Fellowship of St Nicholas - Robsack Centre||Map|
Inform and update governors on current local and national issues relating to schools and the work of the Governing Board. A school to school approach, combined with the increased focus on school governance, will require governing boards to consider how all governors can work collectively, not just in their own schools, but across the wider ‘governor community’. The forums will facilitate governor networking and information gathering through high quality presentations that facilitate discussion and information sharing among peers.Essential Information
Our ISEND conference this year has a focus on 'Building Resilient Communities'. There will be an exciting opportunity to hear a presenation from Dr Jack Lewis – brain scientist, television presenter, motivational speaker, writer and neuroscience consultant.
We will look at evidence-based and cost-effective steps that can be taken to build resilience, promote wellbeing and help to prevent mental health problems.
This is an advanced Children’s Workforce workshop for Health Visitors, Community Nursery Nurses and other interested 0-5s and 5-19s practitioners, who should access when relevant to their caseload.
It provides an opportunity to learn about the significance of mental health within the perinatal period; the impact it has on the mother, infant, family and society; and why all service providers should to be aware of perinatal mental health and know how to respond.
Important note: You will need to have undertaken some e-learning prior to coming on this course (see additional information under full details).
SharePoint is a half day of training for East Sussex County Council users to familiarise themselves with the SharePoint platform.
This course is for anyone joining an ESCC team that uses Sharepoint libraries to store team information and who has not used Sharepoint before. The course will also cover managing your own Onedrive site used for storing personal documentation.
This programme is aimed principally at secondary phase newly qualified teachers (NQT), NQT +1 and recently qualified teachers (RQT). The programme is focused on effective classroom practice and includes lesson observations, reflection and practice between the sessions.Essential Information