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Health and Safety for Site Managers and Caretakers

Starts: Friday 25 March 2022 - 09:30 - 13:30
Venue : Virtual CPD Session, Digital Classroom, Virtual CPD Session map
Who is this event for
This course is considered mandatory for site management and caretaking staff. It provides an overview of health and safety requirements in relation to the premises and practical examples for managing significant risks. The training aims to dispel some of the myths surrounding health and safety and promote a proportionate and sensible approach to safety in schools.Other subjects covered include:

  • working at height
  • hazardous substances
  • fire safety
  • < ...
What does this event cover
By attending the course, participants will:

  • understand their role and responsibilities in relation to managing premises related health and safety issues
  • be aware of how to manage health and safety on a practical and day to day basis
  • gain better awareness to sources of health and safety information and support
  • be able to implement a simple approach to managing health and safety
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Trauma Informed training

Starts: Friday 25 March 2022 - 10:00 - 12:00
Venue : Virtual CPD Session, Digital Classroom, Virtual CPD Session map
Who is this event for
For IEYS staff

What does this event cover
  • Brain development: How our minds develop during the crucial first 1,001 days.
  • Attunement and attachment: How infants develop empathy and form bonds.
  • Trauma: What it is and the long-term impacts it can have.
  • Resilience: How relationships and structure build our emotional strength.
  • Trauma-informed approach: How to recognise trauma and respond effectively.

The content of the day will include, but will not be limited to:

  • Introduction to brain development and trauma.
  • The importance of attunement and attachment, and how both develop.
  • Experiences that can cause trauma.
  • What trauma does to a child’s (or parent’s) worldview.
  • How trauma behaviour looks from the provider’s or parent’s perspective.
  • What protective factors are and how they help us to build resilience.
  • An introduction to trauma-informed care: principles, framework, language
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Music Development Matters in the new EYFS

Starts: Saturday 26 March 2022 - 10:00 - 15:00
Venue : Kilburn Grange Childrens Centre, 1 Palmerston Road, London, NW6 2JL map
Who is this event for
For all Early Years practitioners and Childminders working with children aged 0 - 5 in Camden
What does this event cover
This fun and interactive training will support practitioners to develop their music provision and practice. The session will demonstrate how easily music practice and provision can be developed in settings without practitioners needing any previous musical knowledge or experience. Sound and music are a core aspect of children’s development; this training will explore this and offer participants practical
ideas to implement into their daily practice. Together we will look at Expressive Arts and Design, as well as all the prime and specific areas and the place that music has throughout the EYFS, particularly communication and language; personal, social and emotional development.

The session will invite participants to consider children’s musical identities and preferences enabling participants to develop practice that is inclusive, worthwhile and connects with children. The session will create space for discussion and reflection and will support participants to consider their role in nurturing children’s musicality. This training will be accompanied by Musical Development Matters, a free
guidance available to download from Early Education: https://www.early-education.org.uk/musical-development-matters-download  


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Development Matters and Birth to Five Matters (EVENT FULL)

Starts: Tuesday 29 March 2022 - 14:00 - 16:00
Venue : Virtual CPD Session, Digital Classroom, Virtual CPD Session map
Who is this event for
For all Early Years practitioners working with children aged 0 - 5.
What does this event cover
Development Matters and Birth to Five Matters are new non-statutory guidance for the new EYFS framework. These two documents have
been published to support practitioners understand how children typically develop and learn from birth to the end of the Reception year. They can be used to help practitioners assess children’s level of development which in turn informs decisions about how to support a child’s learning.

This workshop will be an opportunity to look at these documents in more detail and consider how they might be used in your setting.

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Legionella Awareness Training

Starts: Tuesday 29 March 2022 - 09:30 - 12:30
Venue : Camden City Learning Centre (CLC), Charrington Street, Somers Town, London, NW1 1RD map
Who is this event for
Duty holders, Maintenance workers, Compliance Managers, Health and Safety
What does this event cover
Content:
  • What is legionella and why we are concerned
  • What can happen if water systems are not managed properly
  • What are your responsibilities under the law
  • How to manage the risks including practical exercise relating to your premises
Learning objectives:
  • To understand what legionella bacteria are
  • To understand the risks in premises and the outcomes if risks are not managed properly
  • To have awareness of the legislation and guidance regarding legionella
  • To understand your responsibilities
  • To know how to manage the risks
Leaning outcomes:
  • To be able to have a general knowledge of legionella bacteria and their origin
  • To be able to detail the diseases caused by legionella
  • To be able to describe the risk factors associated with multiplication of legionella bacteria in water systems
  • To be able to outline the legislation associated with legionella and the responsibilities of individuals
  • To be able to understand how to manage the risks
  • To understand the potential consequences if risks are not managed properly
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EYFS Profile training for teachers and practitioners new to Reception

Starts: Wednesday 30 March 2022 - 13:30 - 15:30
Venue : Edith Neville Primary School, 174 Ossulston Street, London, NW1 1DN map
Who is this event for
The completion of the EYFS Profile is a requirement at the end of the EYFS. This training will support all practitioners to feel confident in collecting appropriate evidence and making secure judgements on children’s achievements against the early learning goals.

The aim of the session:

  • To support practitioners in their understanding of the principles of EYFS assessment
  • Review EYFS Profile purpose and process
  • Using the ...
What does this event cover
Participants will be confident in making accurate end of reception summative assessment judgements.
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Small Group Supervision Sessions

Starts: Thursday 21 April 2022 - 16:00 - 17:00
Venue : Virtual CPD Session, Digital Classroom, Virtual CPD Session map
Who is this event for
All School Staff
What does this event cover
These supportive supervision sessions will be facilitated by a clinical psychologist. Supervision sessions are confidential and provide an opportunity for mental health leads to bring any work-related cases, situations or challenges that they are struggling with. These sessions can be used to gain further psychological understanding of specific cases or difficulties, guidance around supporting young people with mental health or reflecting on the personal impact of supporting young people who are struggling. Please note that attendees are expected to prepare what they would like to discuss in the session and take part in discussion. This supervision is separate from and different to management supervision. Please make sure you have signed the supervision agreement before the session.
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Supporting the development of self-regulation in young children

Starts: Monday 25 April 2022 - 09:30 - 15:30
Venue : Coram Children's Charity, 41 Brunswick Square, Russell Square, London, WC1N 1AZ map
Who is this event for
All EYFS Staff
What does this event cover
During this session Kym will:

  • Reflect upon the new early learning goal for self-regulation and how this can be interpreted in a child-centred, developmentally appropriate way.
  • Learn about the link between self-regulation and brain development.
  • Hear about the latest research and evidence in relation to emotional self-regulation.
  • Explore the reasons why children may struggle to self-regulate and how best to support them in this.
  • Consider the key elements that impact positively on children's self-regulation and the vital role of the adult in this.
  • Gain specific strategies for promoting self-regulation in school or settings.
Kym Scott Biography

Following a career as a teacher and senior leader in London schools, Kym Scott worked as a school improvement adviser in the London Borough of Lewisham. She went on to lead the early years team in Lewisham, with a core element of her work focused on improving leadership, quality of teaching and learning, and outcomes for children within the early years.  By the time she left to take up a freelance career, Lewisham schools were consistently achieving amongst the highest outcomes in the country for children at the end of the EYFS and Lewisham was named as one of the most successful authorities in the country for supporting children’s development.

She now works nationally and internationally, consulting in schools and speaking on a wide range of subjects relating to early years pedagogy and practice. Her impact has been substantial – the schools and settings she works with consistently achieve inspection judgements of Good or Outstanding, and report improved outcomes for children and increased motivation and effectiveness
within staff teams.
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Paediatric First Aid

Starts: Wednesday 27 April 2022 - 09:30 - 16:30
Venue : Argyle Primary School, Tonbridge Street, London, WC1H 9EG map
Who is this event for
The QA Level 3 Award in Paediatric First Aid (RQF) qualification is ideal for those who work or intend to work in a childcare setting as it is been specifically designed to fulfil Ofsted’s first aid requirements for early years teachers, nursery workers and childminders.

Successful candidates will learn the roles and responsibilities of the paediatric first aider, and will be equipped with the necessary skills to administer safe and effective treatment when deal ...
What does this event cover
The roles and responsibilities of a paediatric first aider; assessing an emergency situation; dealing with an unresponsive infant or child; recovery position; cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and the use of automated external defibrillators (AEDs); chocking; head and spinal injuries; fractures; anaphylaxis and allergic reactions; meningitis; asthma; febrile convulsions; seizures; diabetic emergencies; poisoning; burns and scalds; electric shock; external bleeding; hypovolemic shock; eye, ear and nose conditions; bites and stings; minor injuries; treatment for hot and cold body temperatures.
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There are 2 sessions between Wednesday 27 April 2022 and Thursday 28 April 2022

Through a trauma informed lens

Starts: Wednesday 27 April 2022 - 15:45 - 16:30
Venue : Virtual CPD Session, Digital Classroom, Virtual CPD Session map
Who is this event for
All School Staff
What does this event cover
An introduction to the impact of trauma; understanding the ‘thinking brain’ and ‘survival brain’.
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