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12 Hour EYFS Paediatric First Aid CourseThe Paediatric first aid course is compliant with Ofsted and follows the required EYFS syllabus. Tailored for childcare workers in Early years settings it includes: First aid priorities, Managing Incidents, Basic life support & Choking (paediatric), Casualty Examination (primary/secondary assessment), Unconsciousness, Anaphylaxis, Fractures, head, neck and back injuries, Control of Bleeding and Shock / Electric Shock, Asthma, epilepsy, diabetes and sickle cell anaemia, Eye and Ear Injuries, Burns and Scalds, Poisoning, Childhood Illnesses including Meningitis, Febrile Convulsions and extreme heat & cold, Bites and stings, First Aid Kits, Regulations, Recording and reporting
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Allergy Awareness for childcare practitioners (NDNA)This online Allergy Awareness course, developed especially for the childcare sector, has been developed in partnership with The Safer Food Group. The course incorporates the latest law changes on food allergens and food product labelling. It covers all the changes in the law and explains what childcare settings need to do to meet the new legal requirements. The Food Information for Consumers Regulation law changed on the 13th December, with implications for childcare providers. All childcare providers in the UK who provide snacks and meals to children must be able to detail and prove what ingredients are in every single food dish they serve. From this date, you must be able to answer any queries that parents may have regarding allergens and have all allergenic ingredients declared correctly for all the food served
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An Introduction to Effective Teamwork (Educare)It is likely that any employee operates as part of one or multiple teams whilst carrying out their role, so outcomes are heavily dependent upon team performance. This programme explores the different types of team and the stages of team development, as well as the roles individuals may take within a team. It also covers how to assess team performance and looks at the advantages and disadvantages of working with both large and small teams
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Child Development: Motor Skills (NDNA)National Day Nurseries Association (NDNA) is providing this Super Skills online training course in partnership with EQUIP (Enable, Question, Understand, Inspire & Play) on early years development training. This online training course has been developed in partnership with specialist children's therapists for EQUIP, who have developed a range of resources to support practitioner's understanding of child development. Practitioners will gain a greater understanding and enhance their knowledge in key areas of child development, enabling them to improve the development potential of all children within their setting. Through activities and resources you will develop your knowledge and skills to help support the work you do in practice. The course includes a series of videos from the EQUIP therapists to clearly explain and help practitioners to understand the different terms and concepts
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Child Development: Speech and Language Skills (NDNA)National Day Nurseries Association (NDNA) is providing this Super Skills online training course in partnership with EQUIP on early years development training. Practitioners will gain a greater understanding and enhance their knowledge in key areas of child development, enabling them to improve the development potential of all children within their setting. Through activities and resources you will develop your knowledge and skills to help support the work you do in practice
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Childminder Pre-Registration Briefing SessionThe aim of the session is to give you a brief overview of the registration and inspection process, training requirements and opportunities after your Ofsted registration with regard to funding
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E- Safety Briefing (FREE) (NDNA)This e-safety briefing offers advice and support to enable practitioners to stay safe online, to support children and families with e-safety and to minimise the risks when using the internet
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EYFS Profile Moderation Event 2019All schools not receiving a moderation visit during the summer term are requested to attend an EYFS Profile Event in order to fulfil the statutory requirements of moderation. There will be an opportunity for practitioners to look closely at Early Learning Goals and partake in agreement trialling activities using the national exemplification materials. The Early Learning Goals that we will be the focus of discussion will be: • ELG 9 Reading • ELG 10 Writing • ELG 11 Number • ELG 12 Shape, Space and Measures
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Fire Marshal TrainingThis course will enable settings and registered childminders to prevent, monitor and respond to an emergency evacuation and will provide the information on the use of fire extinguishers. Will also provide the framework for a site-specific fire policy. It aims to provide you with the knowledge and skills to become an effective Fire Marshal
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Fire, tools and the benefits of risk in the early yearsA workshop to provide settings with the skills and confidence to develop tool and fire use as part of their setting activity A balance course looking at the theory underpinning the importance of risk taking with a range of confidence building hands on experiences enabling participants to leave able to develop activities in their own setting
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From Good to Great Manager (Skillgate)Great managers produce great results! This certificate covers the key skills and techniques you need to get the most from your team and yourself. The course focuses on two main areas. Firstly, how you can: improve your team’s performance, productivity, motivation and skills; and secondly, how you can: improve your leadership, coaching, feedback, confidence and ability to set effective objective
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Health & Safety for childcare practitioners - Level 2 (NDNA)The Level 2 Health & Safety for Childcare Practitioners provides a low-cost and easy to complete route to gaining an accredited Level 2 award in Health and Safety for the Childcare Industry. It helps childcare practitioners ensure their employability skills and knowledge are up-to-date and that they are operating safely and legally. It also potentially helps protect childcare practitioners in the event of their involvement in a serious failure of Health & Safety (known as a due-diligence defence). The Health and Safety for Childcare Practitioners covers your safety at work, the safety of the children in your care, and the safety of visitors to your childcare premises. The course introduces a ‘zero accident culture’ into the business, reassures parents, and improves your due-diligence defence in the event of a serious H&S failure affecting a staff member or child in your care. The course is fully accredited by Qualifi and nationally recognised by OFQUAL. It covers the mandatory UK level 2 Health & Safety syllabus and expands on this
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Introduction to the EYFS: The Basics (NDNA)This online childcare course gives you the basic information you need to understand the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS). You will also learn about Development Matters and the Common Inspection Framework. The module will cover the EYFS safeguarding and welfare requirements, the EYFS learning and development requirements and Development Matters statements
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Let’s look at Evaluative Practice & Impact Measurement (NDNA)Reduce achievement gaps and improve quality by evaluating your practice. This online course provides the skills and tools to evaluate childcare practice and measure impact
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Let’s look at Phonics (NDNA)This course is for practitioners at all levels - whether you're new to phonics or if you'd like to update and refresh your skills. The resources and training included in this section will help Early Years Practitioners understand phonics and develop phonics activities for promoting literacy in their settings
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Let’s look at Progress Checks (NDNA)This course covers what progress checks are and the requirements under the EYFS. It includes what the checks should cover, when to complete them, the different tools available and how to engage the parent’s role in the progress check
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Let’s look at Schemas (NDNA)This course covers the different theories relating to play, learning, development and schemas and how these link to practice. This will explore difference schematic behaviours and support practitioners to plan for them, in order to support children's learning
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Let’s look at Writing (NDNA)Key skills and techniques to help children learn to write. Learn the key skills and techniques to support children’s early mark-making and writing development. Learners will understand why writing is an important method of communication, assessing your setting against EYFS results and an internal progress tracker. Learners will understand the physical stages of development (including the emergence of fine motor skills) and be able to identify the different stages of writing development.
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Maths – Making Maths Matter (NDNA)This introductory level course will help practitioners understand the basics and importance of Maths in the Early Years. The course covers the key components of maths and specifically looks at brain development in relation to maths. This course will look at what “maths” means in the early years, the key components of maths: weighing, counting, measuring and shapes, brain development in relation to maths, developing your environment to support maths and different teaching methods
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Mini Maths Explorers – Outdoor Challenge (NDNA)Mud, the park, or the woods – outdoor activities that help children learn maths! This online course will help you link every outdoor situation to learning about numbers, shape, space and measure – but keeping it fun at the same time!
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Moderation Visit Briefing SessionThis briefing session is to provide further information and reassurance to practitioners who are newly qualified or new to the EYFS and have not experienced the moderation process previously. The briefing will provide practitioners with an outline and what to expect during the moderation visit
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Monitoring performance through supervisionThis 3 hour workshop will support leaders and managers to fulfil the EYFS requirement of embedding an effective performance management system. By developing a robust supervision system to ensure continued business success by guaranteeing that all staff are clear about their role within the organisation and are resourced, both in terms of training and development and management support, to make an optimum and personally fulfilling contribution.
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Motivating Boys – a quick guide (NDNA)This short online course will support early year’s practitioners with how boys learn
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Notice, Reflect, Respond: Purposeful observation, assessment and planningThis is a one day course that explores the purpose and principles of observation, assessment and planning
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Nutrition & Healthy Eating (NDNA)The course covers why healthy eating is important, key legislation, healthy eating including all the different food groups, nutrients, oral health and drinks, diets and allergies, menu planning and food hygiene and resources and further information. Interactive games and quizzes are also included to keep practitioners engaged and to test your understanding throughout
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Promoting Positive Behaviour (NDNA)This online course provides techniques to promote positive behaviour and address challenging behaviour. Behaviour is learnt, but it is also a product of the environment. Behaviour can be considered as a form of communication. The course will give practitioners the skills to promote good behaviour in young children. It will also help you interpret and correctly address challenging behaviours, such as tantrums, biting and not sharing. The course offers interactive activities to help you understand theories of behaviour, drag and drop activities to support learning, video content, plus a final quiz to test your knowledge
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Reflective Practice in the Early Years (Educare)The purpose of this programme is to help you consider the many benefits of reflective practice as a learning tool. The aim is to show you how, by reflecting on what you have done, you can continually improve your own practice and contribute to ongoing improvements in your early years setting
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Safer Recruitment (Educare)When a vacancy arises in your organisation, you naturally want to ensure you employ the very best person for the post and this programme, endorsed by 4Children, will certainly help you to achieve this. However, the primary purpose of the programme is to ensure that whilst making recruitment decisions, the children, young people and any adults at risk in your setting are safeguarded from harm
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SENCo Network Meeting - Spring 2019SENCo Network Clusters are for experienced and recently appointed named SENCOs in early years provision in Lincolnshire. These half day briefings provide an opportunity for early years SENCos to keep up to date with recent national and local initiatives and provide an opportunity to network
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Successful Budgeting in your Early Years Setting (Educare)The aim of this programme is to give you guidance and tips on preparing a budget and the information that you need to gather before finalising your budget. It will also help you to turn the everyday things that you know about your setting into a set of financial projections that will set the scene for the year ahead
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Supporting children in early years settings who have suffered trauma and loss to make secure attachmentsThe Virtual School has commissioned this training to support Early Years practitioners to further understand the potential impact of trauma on early years children and explore strategies to support the most vulnerable children who may be looked after or previously looked after
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Supporting Children with SEND (NDNA)It is crucial for children with SEND that their needs are identified as early as possible. Giving them the support they require from the earliest stages will help them achieve their full potential. This online course gives practitioners a clear and basic understanding of how to identify a child with SEND. It covers the responsibilities you and the setting has towards the child. Above all, this course will give practitioners the skills and confidence to provide the care that children with SEND need. There are 7 modules, intro and assessment quiz
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The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (NDNA)This online course will support all practitioners working with children to understand the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC). You will gain knowledge and practical ideas about examining particular UNCRC articles relevant to the early year’s community, how the UNCRC links with current early year’s legislation, discovering the difference between wants and needs and finally learn how to embed children’s rights into everyday practice
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