This live half day interactive virtual course, delivered through Microsoft Teams is aimed at Early Help staff. Invited Early Help staff have priority for this course.
Anti-racism goes beyond saying the right words – it is daily commitment to action. This session will provide opportunities to develop tangible skills to further anti-racist practice, which can be used in every day contexts ranging from direct work with children to supervision.
The course is facilitated by the British Association of Social Workers (BASW) and is responding to learning needs identified in this area.
Important. If you are not an Early Help invitee, we will put you on a waitlist. We will review waitlist places 2 weeks before the course, if places are still available. Please see "Additional Information" via the Full details tab for joining instructions.Essential Information
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This event aims to support teachers to make effective and accurate ongoing assessments of writing in Key Stage 1. We will unpick the framework statements in detail and explore how to look for, and record, evidence of the statements in pupil work, and share best practice approaches to gathering evidence.
We will also be exploring how to identify and address gaps, and providing strategies for moving pupils forward in their writing, ensuring the best possible outcomes.
NOTE: this webinar is suitable for both year 1 and year 2 teachers and is suitable for all levels of experience. Year 3 teachers may also find it useful.
This is a follow on course to the IR35 eLearning, giving learners the opportunity to explore the different criteria used in the assessment tool, giving them the opportunity to discuss practical examples in a group setting.Essential Information
This live interactive virtual classroom course will be delivered through Microsoft Teams.
This super network meeting is in addition to the regular DSL networks. The purpose of this meeting is to gather a larger group of people, from a wider range of settings, so that learning and experience can be shared beyond your usual group of colleagues. These extended meetings also allow for a higher level of input from other agencies.
Important note. Full joining instructions, including links to access the training and guidance will be provided with your confirmation email. Please ensure you read and block out time in your calendar prior to the course start date, keeping them in a safe place
Would you like to increase your knowledge and understanding of this complex area of Safeguarding? Do you feel confident in challenging certain practices whilst trying to remain sensitive and respectful to cultural and religious traditions?
This important multi-agency course is being presented by a very experienced external trainer, who has worked closely with local authorities and police forces to combat these behaviours and can bring personal knowledge to this training event. The sessions are spread over four hour time frame with time for breaks.
This course aims to increase the knowledge, awareness, and understanding of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) and Breast Ironing and to enable multi-agency practitioners to more confidently identify and safeguard those children at risk.
Important note: It is essential that you have undertaken the Safeguarding Children and Young People e-learning prior to coming on this course (see additional information under full details), or a similar Safeguarding Children awareness course within your own organisation.
Joining Instructions: This course will be delivered by Microsoft Teams. Full joining instructions, including links to access the training and guidance will be provided as downloadable links at the bottom of your confirmation email. Please ensure you read these prior to the course start date and keep them in a safe place.
Please check your spam/junk mail folders for expected emails not showing in your inbox and take action to ensure these get delivered to your inbox in future.
This live interactive virtual classroom, delivered through Microsoft Teams, aims to increase participant’s understanding, skills and knowledge when working with parents whose Learning Needs can impact on their parenting abilities.
This course will benefit staff from Children's Services (Social Care and Education), Health, Community Mental Health Teams & the Community and Voluntary sector who are working with children & families or with adults who have children & may be involved in making and/or receiving referrals regarding child care and child protection issues.
Important note: It is essential that you have undertaken the Safeguarding Children and Young People eLearning prior to coming on this course (see additional information under full details), or an equivalent CP/Safeguarding Awareness courses within your own organisation or you may be turned away.
Joining Instructions - Full joining instructions, including links to access the training and guidance will be provided as downloadable links at the bottom of your confirmation email. Please ensure you read these prior to the course start date and keep them in a safe place.
Please check your spam/junk mail folders for expected emails not showing in your inbox and take action to ensure these get delivered to your inbox in future.Essential Information
Please note - this is a "remote" session, and if applying, you should note the additional information in "full details" regarding joining the session.
Is this course for you?
You are familiar with creating simple Pivot Tables from Excel data.
You want to find ways of quickly cleaning up and merging data for use in a Pivot Table, or you have data in several different tables which you want to analyse in one Pivot Table.
This course includes topics from the Excel Advanced course
The course assumes that delegates are familiar with: creating Pivot Tables in Excel.
To take part in this course, delegates will need an internet-connected device with camera and microphone, and an internet connection which can stream video in reasonable quality.
To provide male carers with a perspective on their role in 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.Essential Information
This practical networking event will provide participants with the opportunity to explore:
- Key tasks and roles/responsibilities in co-ordinating Complaints and Exclusions Governor Panels.
- Appropriate letter templates and resources.
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