13 training courses found
Course Overview: This training introduces practitioners to the world of ‘what if’ for the children in their care. It will offer practitioners the opportunity to look at how this style of play supports children’s deeper thinking which leads to problem solving and theoretical reasoning.
Course Overview: This course will explore how practitioners can support boys to become confident, capable and creative individuals. The course will look at the difference between the masculine brain and the feminine brain.
Course Overview: Financial viability is critical for any organisation, whether a private company, a sole trader, charity or social enterprise. We will discuss the key points to consider to ensure your setting is able to fulfil legal requirements and monitor ongoing financial performance.
Course Overview: This course will look at the different styles of display and explore how these can be effective in supporting the tracking of children’s learning and development. The focus will look at child initiated v adult directed display and how we can prevent displays from becoming just ‘wallpaper’! Learning Intentions: To explore the different styles of display How to develop an engaging display to support children's learning and development To make connections between the display and tracking of children’s development.
Course Overview: Managing poor performance is something most managers hope they don’t have to do too often – let’s get real …… it is part of the job! Every manager should be able to deal with instances of misconduct or poor performance and apply the organisations rules and procedures. One of the arts of good management is to be able to turn around poor performing employees and the satisfaction of helping someone to do this is very rewarding.
Course Overview: This course will enable those who work with children and young people to recognise and respond appropriately to national and local Safeguarding procedure and in meeting the Statutory Requirements of the EYFS 2014 (3.5 & 3.
Course Overview: A workshop to explore the role of the voluntary managed committee and to support the members in understanding their roles and responsibilities. Learning Intentions: To understand the concept of coaching – what it is and what it isn’t and how it differs from training; To consider when it is appropriate to coach; To acknowledge how people learn and how coaching fits into that journey; To learn about the key steps for coaching; To discover the techniques and tools of a coach; To realise that ‘if you ask you have a chance, if you tell it’s likely you will fail!’ …all will be revealed! To learn the art of providing effective feedback; To have a go… with a real life example…don’t worry, no one will have to perform in front of the group.
Course Overview: This course is a refresher/ update training to support those who work with children and young people to recognise and respond appropriately to national and local Safeguarding procedure and in meeting the Statutory Requirements of the EYFS 2014 (3.5 & 3.
Course Overview: We want to talk to you about Ofsted and blast the myths! This course will look at the changes to the new Common Inspection Framework (CIF) and how the changes may affect registered providers and to support you with your next inspection Learning Intentions: To better understand the role of Ofsted as the regulatory body for registered childcare providers. To improve providers understanding of the new CIF and the processes used by Ofsted inspectors for making judgements.
Course Overview: This training is a practical workshop which introduces practitioners to the world of music and dance and how this can be effective within child development. It will offer practitioners the chance to understand the benefits of music and movement when working with young children, as well as developing their own confidence when singing in front of children.
Course Overview: Teams have to be motivated to deliver their goals and objectives effectively and willingly, irrespective of whether the manager is present or not. As a manager you must create situations and opportunities where your team can motivate themselves.
A course specifically developed for the nominated Safeguarding Designated Person. It covers child protection policy and procedure updates locally and nationally, identifying concerns, handling allegations and complaints and how and when to make referrals.
Course Overview: This training is to support managers, deputy managers and childminders employing assistants and committee members in understanding your roles and responsibilities in recruiting your best asset! This course will explore effective recruitment processes and into the first year of employment.