EALS (ISEND) - Making the Most of Visuals: Top Ten Strategies for Supporting EAL Learners (Cancelled)
From complete beginners to more advanced learners, from KS1 to KS4, strategically used visuals are an essential tool in allowing English as an Additional Language (EAL) pupils to access the curriculum and develop their English language skills.
Visuals include the pictures in young children's story books, all the images in our classrooms and the graphs and charts in KS4 textbooks.
First Aid at Work (3 Day) (EVENT FULL)
The First Aid at Work course, covered over 3 days, will qualify you as a First Aider and will enable you to deal with an accident or injury in the workplace. It will qualify you to diagnose a variety of possible illnesses and injuries and will enable you to assess the need to seek further medical attention.
At the end of the course there is a written exam and trainees must demonstrate the skills and knowledge learnt during the course, when there will be some hands on floor work. Trainees will receive a certificate at the end of the course and the qualification lasts for three years.
Foster Care: Reflective Practice on Moving Children On (Bitesize) (Cancelled)
This course provides an opportunity to consider how children move on, to look at how to manage unplanned transitions and endings and the impact that it can have on the child, foster carer and family. It offers the time to reflect and share your experiences with other foster carers.
LSCB : Young people and abuse in intimate partner relationships
This course will focus on the experiences of young people who use and/or experience abuse within their intimate relationships.
It is appropriate for anyone working with a young person who is currently using or experiencing abuse from their boyfriend/girlfriend/other intimate partner or who is at risk of this form of abuse.
The course is also for anyone who feels that an increased awareness and understanding of this form of violence and abuse will inform their work with parents and families.
Important note: It is essential that you have undertaken the Safeguarding Children and Domestic Abuse Foundation Module 1: What is domestic abuse? e-learning prior to coming on this course (see additional information under full details), or you may be turned away.