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|A guide to reasonable adjustments|
An Introduction to Social Pedagogy
This free two day course aims to provide learners with the knowledge and skills and a basic introduction to social pedagogy and the use of the essential principles.
If you wish to book on this course, enter the course page, enrol on the course and then 'sign-up' to your chosen event.
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|An Intoduction to Social Pedagogy|
|Andre Smith - Maths|
Asbestos Management Duty Holder
|Asbestos Management Duty Holder|
Participants should consider the personal and emotional nature of this training in relation to yourselves and your service users prior to enrolment.
|Bereavement and Loss (Exploring Loss and Bereavement with Young People)|
This course will enable staff to reflect on and develop their existing skills in engaging young people, in order to be more confident in supporting young drug and alcohol users to make changes. All participants will receive the CHANGE resource pack.
|CHANGES: Supporting Young Drug and Alcohol Users to make Changes|
This guidance takes you through the change process step by step
|Changing the shape of the workforce|
|Code of Conduct|
|Control of Contractors|
To update knowledge and practice in relation to difference, diversity and equality
To explore your own attitudes to difference and diversityTo identify the impact that being different may have on a child or young person in respect to achieving good outcomes
State what legislation exists to protect people from discrimination and identify the key implications of this
To be better prepared to understand the needs of children, young people and families as individuals
|Difference And Diversity|
This is a 1½ day course, run over consecutive days and attendance on both the first full day and the second morning half day is required.
Aim and objectives:
To enable practitioners, through understanding the benefits of direct work, to recognise and respond to the lived experience of the child. By being able to:
If you have completed ‘Direct work with Children’ or ‘Understanding the Lived Experience of the Child (Their Voices, Experience and Participation)’ please consider if you need to enrol on this course, as it is a combined version of the former two courses.
|Direct Work and a Child's Lived Experience|
Floor Maintenance for Cleaners and Caretakers
|Floor Maintenance for Cleaners and Caretakers|
|Getting Started with OneNote 2016 - 16046|
To increase participants knowledge, skills and confidence to enable them to deliver effective sex and relationships education to individual young people or small groups
|Helping Young People Talk about Relationships and Sex|
This training session will provide participants with the knowledge and skills to identify and support children affected by someone else’s drug or alcohol use. This course focuses on children who fall below the Safeguarding Threshold and underpins the Safeguarding – Substance Misuse, Working with Parents and Carers training that is available
|Hidden Harm - Responding to the needs of Children affected by someone else’s Drug and Alcohol use|
|Hindsight is a Marvelous thing|
|Horne Maintenance Training|
|How to write a CV|
|Introduction to Management of Health and Safety|
To introduce some systemic ideas into working practice.
To begin to understand families better and why they function the way they do. Including identifying and understanding patterns in relationships; how they contribute to harm and risk to a child and how to work with families to reduce these risks to children.
I you require more information please contact the Childrens Training Team
|Introduction to Systemic Practice|
To update confidence, skills and knowledge and have an understanding of the issues face by young LGBT children
Learners will be able to :
|LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender) Support for Young People|
To increase the understanding of the importance of Life Story Work with children and young people in care
To assist participants to use creative ways to complete life story work with children
|Life Story Work|
|Suitable for: Adult Care residential and day opportunity services Unit Managers and Deputy Unit Managers.||Management of Fire Safety and Fire Evacuation|
Manager Apprenticeship Briefing
The apprenticeship briefing is designed to inform managers, mentors and supervisors about the apprenticeship scheme and the roles and responsibilities. The briefing will be delivered using the manager handbook focusing on the apprenticeship contract of employment and the qualification.
|Manager Apprenticeship Briefing|
To improve knowledge, skills and confidence of participants in delivering Motivational Interviewing and Solution Focused skills to children and young people and families .
|Motivational Interviewing, and Solution Focussed Skills; Enabling Change|
To increase participants confidence, knowledge and skills regarding effective record keeping. To identify the key principles of effective documentation and record keeping in relation to your role
Explain the importance of recording
|Recording - Principles & Practice|
|S4S Course Creation|
Must have a Working knowledge of EHA/Single assessment and child plans.
• Practitioners will have a working understanding and ability to recognise and deal with neglect
|Safeguarding - Graded Care Profile|
|School Visits Conference|
Serious Case Review Conference
|Serious Case Review Conference|