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Paediatric First Aid (EYFS) (EVENT FULL)

Starts: Tuesday 1 February 2022 - 09:00 - 16:30
Venue : Regents Park Childrens Centre, Augustus St, Kings Cross, London, NW1 3TJ map
Who is this event for
For all Early Years practitioners in Settings and Childminders working with children aged 0 - 5.
What does this event cover
This is a 12 hour paediatric first aid course that will take place over two days. (one day face to face and one day via Zoom)  As required by the EYFS safeguarding and welfare requirements, settings need to ensure that at least one member of staff with a current first aid certificate is present on the premises or on outings at any one time.

The course will focus on:
- problems of the respiratory system
- problems of the circulatory system
- problems of the nervous system
- miscellaneous problems.

In order to ensure a fair allocation of places, only two places per setting will be given in the first instance, with additional places being
allocated on a first come first served basis.

Important information:

Please bring photo ID, and inform the instructor if you have any serious health/ allergy issues. 

Full attendance is required so candidates should arrive early, lateness can mean exclusion from the course/assessments. Leaving the room during the course to attend to other matters may lead to non-certification.

CPR, Recovery position, and Control of Severe Bleeding assessments require floor work and kneeling, so all candidates should wear loose fitting trousers, and appropriate footwear. Please carry out a personal risk assessment for the practical activities on the course to ensure that you are able to carry out the activities required for the training. i.e. Are you able to get down on the floor to assess the patient? Are you well enough yourself to administer first aid? Are you able to kneel down and get up again unaided?

Using phones during the course (other than for emergencies) may result in non-certification or being asked to leave the course.

There are 3 breaks during the day. The lunch period is usually 30 minutes. Please make arrangements so you can be in full attendance
 
Please note

Changes made due to Covid-19

The first day is a practical session for assessment.

The second day is a virtual platform (Zoom).

You will have to take part in both sessions in order to receive your certificate
Please read the full details on what changes have been made to the delivery of this programme due to Covid-19

A full risk assessment has been undertaken to ensure the safety of learners, staff and trainers during this event.
Time slots will be allocated for learners to arrive to limit congestions on arrival.
Temperature checks will be taken on arrival


The number of attendees has been reduced to the maximum of 8 learners
All participants are requested to carry out an individual risk assessment. (This will be emailed at time of booking)
A full induction of 'what to expect of the day' will be given on the morning.
The induction will be a full explanation of events, including:
How each learner will have their own manikin
There will be no shared resources
Social distancing
Breaks (please bring your own bottle of water and your own lunch/snacks)
Adequate supplies of soap, paper hand towels and hand sanitiser will be available.


Please email the earlyyearstraining@camden.gov.uk if you have any questions

As per our terms and conditions, we need 48 hours notice if you need to cancel your place.


There are 2 sessions between Tuesday 1 February 2022 and Wednesday 2 February 2022

Setting up a Workstation for children with SEND (Cancelled)

Starts: Tuesday 18 January 2022 - 14:00 - 16:30 (This event has sessions that are still to run see below)
Venue : Virtual CPD Session, Digital Classroom, Virtual CPD Session map
Who is this event for
For all early years practitioners and childminders working with children aged 0-5.

It is expected that the attending staff member at your setting will be involved in:
Setting up and maintaining a workstation for a child with additional needs, particularly those with Autism and Social Communication needs.

What does this event cover
This half-day course is designed to give you practical strategies for setting up and using a workstation, particularly for children with Autism or social communication needs.

Attendees will understand:
  • What a workstation is.
  • How to set a workstation up.
  • How to track a child’s progress.
  • How to adapt activities.
  • Tips on what to avoid.
  • Tips on how to be successful.
Please note
There are 2 sessions between Tuesday 18 January 2022 and Tuesday 1 February 2022

Active Classrooms Workshop (Cancelled)

Starts: Wednesday 2 February 2022 - 16:15 - 18:00
Venue : Camden City Learning Centre (CLC), Charrington Street, Somers Town, London, NW1 1RD map
Who is this event for
All Primary teaching staff
What does this event cover
How to create a more active and less sedentary classroom learning environment.
  • Why  this work is important, including the evidence and local picture       
  • Resources and support that are available
  • An opportunity to redesign a current lesson and make it more active
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Leadership Masterclasses - Leading and Managing a Team

Starts: Wednesday 2 February 2022 - 16:00 - 18:00
Venue : Haverstock School, 24 Haverstock Hill, Chalk Farm, London, NW3 2BQ map
Who is this event for
New middle and senior leaders
What does this event cover
Each masterclass and will cover  the practical realities , essential skills and knowledge required for successful leadership in key areas. Leaders will  feel  confident and ready to implement  the key ideas and strategies back in their own school.
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Paediatric First Aid (EVENT FULL)

Starts: Wednesday 2 February 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.
Please note
There are 2 sessions between Wednesday 2 February 2022 and Thursday 3 February 2022

Building effective partnerships with employers that lead to transformative encounters (Cancelled)

Starts: Thursday 3 February 2022 - 16:00 - 17:00
Venue : Virtual CPD Session, Digital Classroom, Virtual CPD Session map
Who is this event for
Secondary teachers, careers leaders, 6th form leadership
What does this event cover
  • Gatsby benchmarks 5
  • Building and sustaining effective partnerships – what works
  • The different types of employer encounters and their effectiveness.
  • Top tips and case studies of what works
  • Evaluating the success of employer and work based encounters
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Exploring the Strengths and Needs of Refugee Pupils: Reflection and Supervision Space

Starts: Thursday 3 February 2022 - 15:30 - 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 workshops, facilitated by two Educational Psychologists, aim to provide school staff with a space to reflect on their work in supporting refugee pupils in the school context.  Staff are welcome to bring anonymous case examples for discussion and reflection with the group and there will be space to discuss common themes, challenges, and success stories.  This is also a lovely opportunity for schools to share strategies and resources with each other and engage in collaborative ‘problem-solving’ approaches.
Please note

Mental Health Lead's Network Meeting

Starts: Thursday 3 February 2022 - 16:00 - 17:15
Venue : Virtual CPD Session, Digital Classroom, Virtual CPD Session map
Who is this event for
Mental Health Leads.
What does this event cover
We look forward to welcoming you to the Mental Health Leads Network meeting which provides a supportive space for all Mental Health Leads. It is an opportunity to meet other MH Leads, share what you are doing, discuss challenges and develop good ideas and strategies to help you in your role. We have invited along a Clinical Psychologist who will speak to the group about work with young people and adults who have experienced PTSD and / or are seeking asylum and will share some ideas for how you can support pupils experiencing these issues.
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Emotional Literacy Support Assistants (ELSA)

Starts: Tuesday 18 January 2022 - 09:30 - 12:30 (This event has sessions that are still to run see below)
Venue : Virtual CPD Session, Digital Classroom, Virtual CPD Session map
Who is this event for
ELSA is an evidence based intervention developed and supported by Educational Psychology services across the country. ELSA is an evidence based intervention developed by Educational Psychologists, designed to build the capacity of schools to support the emotional needs of their pupils from within their own resources. This programme is for support staff/mentors who wish to become trained as registered Emotional Learning Support Assistant (ELSAs).
What does this event cover
The EPS will deliver 12 sessions inclusive of 10 virtual and 2 face-to-face sessions. Training is given during the Spring and Summer terms 2022. Professionals must attend all training sessions to qualify as an ELSA.
  • An introduction  to the ELSA project
  • What is Emotional Literacy and its impact on pupils success
  • Promoting a whole school approach
  • Tools to identify pupils Emotional Literacy need (Includes information and support for line mangers)
  • Attachment in the classroom
  • Helping children to feel secure
  • Security and building resilience
  • Building blocks of self-esteem
  • Motivation for learning
  • Introducing active listening and developing communication skills
  • The nature of friendship
  • Skills needed to form and maintain friendships
  • Teaching social skills and the use of social stories
  • Recognising and regulating emotions, e.g.Anger
  • Using stories to help children reflect on feelings and behaviour and think about alternative strategies
  • Loss, separation and bereavement
  • Factors affecting children’s grief
  • Next steps (Includes information and support for line mangers)
Please note
The total cost for ELSA training, along with one year of follow-up supervision sessions provided by two Educational Psychologists (and access to all materials and resources on the ELSA Network), is £1,400 +VAT per delegate, which will be invoiced.
There are 12 sessions between Tuesday 18 January 2022 and Tuesday 7 June 2022

Safeguarding Children for the Designated Lead (EVENT FULL)

Starts: Monday 7 February 2022 - 09:30 - 15:30
Venue : Crowndale Centre, 218 Eversholt Street, London, NW1 1BD map
Who is this event for
For Settings and Childminders working with children aged 0 - 5 who are the Designated Lead, and Committee Members responsible for the EYFS.
What does this event cover
The session will focus on:

- The role and responsibilities of the Designated Lead.
- EYFS safeguarding and welfare requirements.
- How to make a referral to MASH.
- Multi agency working.
- Allegations made against the adult.
- Creating a safer early years environment.
Please note