To familiarise staff with the signs and indicators of child abuse and ensure they are confident about any action they should take.
You will need to have undertaken the Safeguarding Children e-learning on the Learning Portal before coming on this course (see additional information under full details).Essential Information
|Session||Session Date||Session Time||Session Venue||Map|
|1||20 January 2021||09:30 - 16:30||East Sussex Training & Development Centre (St Mary's House)||Map|
This live interactive course aims to familiarise staff with the signs and indicators of child abuse and ensure they are confident about any action they should take. You will need to have undertaken the Safeguarding Children e-learning on the Learning Portal before coming on this course (see additional information under full details).
This training will be delivered through MS Teams. Full joining instructions, including links to access the training and guidance will be attached to your confirmation email. Please ensure you read these prior to the course start date and keep them in a safe place.
This one day live interactive virtual classroom, delivered through Microsoft Teams, aims to update and deepen the knowledge of the Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) with the aim of ensuring compliance with the latest Keeping Children Safe in Education, as well as with locally developed guidance and procedures.
Important note. Full joining instructions and guidance will be provided with your confirmation email. Please see “Additional information” for further important details.
This course is open to any member of staff who has supervisory responsibility, or member of staff who is interested in developing their compassionate leadership skills.
Find out how you can adapt your leadership style to help those around you flourish during times of uncertainty. As some staff start to return to the office and others continue to work from home we are all going through another phase of adjustment. If you have supervisory responsibilities, or you work with staff across the organisation, you can support people’s wellbeing by developing your compassionate leadership skills.Essential Information
This new session is intended to help attendees understand the key information security issues affecting schools and look at ways to minimise these risks.
The session will cover a range of topics including:
- Password security and two factor authentication
- Digital footprints
- Phishing and hacking
It will also draw upon real examples taken from local schools to ensure that the content is as appropriate and specific as possible. Experienced Information Governance Officers will also be available through the online chat function to provide advice and support throughout the session.
These workshops will be run online using Microsoft Teams, however you do not need to have this software installed in order to take part. The sessions will be accessible through a hyperlink, which will be emailed out to all participants before the event and can therefore be accessed on any device with internet access, either through a web browser or through Teams itself.
This virtual workshop is free to schools that have bought into the comprehensive Information Governance Traded Service (IG4/IG5). For any queries about this event, or for guidance about the use of Microsoft Teams, please contact Schools.DPO@eastsussex.gov.uk
Important note. Full joining instructions, including links to access the training and guidance will be attached to your confirmation email. Please ensure you read these prior to the course start date and keep them in a safe place
This workshop is a live interactive virtual classroom, 1/2 day workshop for Early Help staff, delivered using Zoom.
You are skilled and experienced in your field; you take pride in your professionalism; you care about your team and the children, young people and families you work with.
This reflective workshop will provide an opportunity to explore issues around race, ethnicity and religious diversity, enabling you and your team to improve professional practice when working with families, children and young people.
Participants are required to complete the Racial, Ethnic and National Equality Foundation Module e-learning via the East Sussex Learning Portal prior to undertaking this workshop.
Important note. Please see 'Additional Information' box below for joining instructions.Essential Information
This is a support group to provide male carers an opportunity to meet other male foster carers. Discussions will address the importance of their role within the care of looked after children. To highlight the key areas that men can influence, how they can influence and why it is important for looked after children to see a positive male role model.
It is a requirement that all foster carers complete their Training, Support and Development Standards within the first year from approval.
|Session||Session Date||Session Time||Session Venue||Map|
|1||20 January 2021||11:00 - 13:00||Virtual Classroom||Map|
|2||27 January 2021||11:00 - 13:00||Virtual Classroom||Map|
|3||03 February 2021||11:00 - 13:00||Virtual Classroom||Map|
|4||24 February 2021||11:00 - 13:00||Virtual Classroom||Map|
|5||17 March 2021||11:00 - 13:00||Virtual Classroom||Map|
|6||24 March 2021||11:00 - 13:00||Virtual Classroom||Map|
|7||21 April 2021||11:00 - 13:00||Virtual Classroom||Map|
We will reference the government's Green Paper on developing a whole school approach to mental health and emotional wellbeing (MHEW) in schools and the newly produced 'Supporting children and young people in their mental health', distributed to all schools/colleges in April/May 2018.Essential Information
Please note this training is now live interactive virtual classroom training and will be delivered via Microsoft Teams.
The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 requires that a ‘suitable and sufficient’ assessment to be undertaken of activities that pose a significant risk.
Important. Please see "Additional Information" for joining instructions.Essential Information