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This live interactive virtual course, delivered over three days via Teams, forms the foundation level of a programme of training on 'Attachment Based Practice with Families'. Practitioners who have attended the previous 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. The latter part of the training day is set aside for independent study.
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.
Important note: The trainer will contact participants in advance of the training to provide them with the Teams link for joining the course. Please see "Additional Information" via the “Full details” tab for further details.
Creative Thinking & Continuous Improvement programme has been developed to give managers and staff the tools, techniques and practice the skills in order to be more efficient, think of new ideas, and take the initiative and responsibility for improvement ideas, using Kaizen and creative thinking techniques.
The programme has been split into two half day modules – Creative Thinking – 3 hours, and Continuous Improvement – 3 hours, delivered on a virtual platform.
To enable participants to develop a greater understanding of the social work and police roles and responsibilities in the Joint Investigation process. This course is for an invited audience of qualified Social Workers and Police Officers, only.
Please note that on Thursday 26th May 2022 the session, for the Paediatric Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC) , will be held via Teams. The full details for this session will be confirmed on the first day of training on 23rd May 2022. Training on the 23rd, 24th and 25th will be held in the Locker room, which is part of the Devonshire Quarter.
|Session||Session Date||Session Time||Session Venue||Map|
|1||23 May 2022||09:30 - 16:30||Conference Eastbourne (Devonshire Quarter)||Map|
|2||24 May 2022||09:30 - 16:30||Conference Eastbourne (Devonshire Quarter)||Map|
|3||25 May 2022||09:30 - 16:30||Conference Eastbourne (Devonshire Quarter)||Map|
|4||26 May 2022||09:30 - 16:30||Virtual Classroom||Map|
ISEND - EYES Search and Viewing only
EYES Search and View is a half day of remote hands on training for East Sussex County Council users to familiarise themselves with the Childrens ISEND LiquidLogic platform. This course is designed to show you how to navigate LiquidLogic, find clients and view case data and includes viewing scanned/uploaded images held within ECaseFile
This course is for anyone joining an ESCC team that uses EYES whether to view client data or input data into the system.
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 and information on British Values. 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.
NB this training will be delivered face to faceEssential Information
This workshop aims to provide approved foster carers with an opportunity and safe space to have open conversations on how to care for children from Minoritised racial or cultural backgrounds, as well as working with children in care from white backgrounds to become anti-racist allys.Essential Information
This Course is for ESCC Foster Carers only.
The First Aid for Foster Carers Course is designed specifically for foster carers, with the objective of giving these individuals the basic knowledge and confidence to carry out simple first aid in the home and to help during an emergency. The First Aid for Foster Carer Course also meet standard 3.3d of TSD Foster StandardsEssential Information
Local Area Forums: Is your board fit for the future?
The forums will be led by the ESGF and will be spilt into four key sections which address our readiness for the next academic year and the changes it will bring.
1. Succession Planning: this section will focus on the role of the Chair and Vice Chair and the proactive steps that boards can take to ensure clear succession pathways.
2. Leadership in the board: this section will look at the distinction between ‘link’ governors and ‘lead’ governors and ask you to consider if members of your boards feel confident to lead on vital areas, thereby taking pressure off the Chair and Vice Chair and encouraging deeper relationships between all members of the board and school staff.
3. Schools White Paper: this section will look at the Schools White Paper, published in March, looking at the role of the local authority in the evolving education landscape.
4. Clerk as Governance Professional: the final section will look at the role of the clerk and ask you to consider whether the relationship between the clerk and the board is such that it is maximising their potential as a trusted adviser".
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