• Sensory Processing Course

  • Dillington House - Adult Education Courses

  • Working with the Traumatised Child


  • AET: Early Years Good Autism Practice

  • The Role of the Early Years SENCO

  • Conducting Workplace Investigations - 14 Mar 2019

  • Managing Staff Performance and Capability in Schools - 28 Feb 2019

  • Managing Employee Attendance - 07 Mar 2019

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North Somerset Key Resources
Links to the Key Resources Pages that were on the NSESP website
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Training & Events

24 Jan
Local Authority Childminder Training - Session 2
The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) sets the standards that all early years’ providers must meet to ensure that children learn and develop well and are kept healthy and safe. It promotes teaching and learning to ensure children’s ‘school readiness’ and gives children the broad range of knowledge and skills that provide the right foundation for good future progress through school and life. Attendees will be required to familiarise themselves with the EYFS Statutory Requirements prior to attending the training. This will be available to all learners to download from the training page once their place has been confirmed.
25 Jan
Y2 Assessment Update 2019
Y2 assessment update 2019 9.00 Welcome Overview: Assessment at the end of KS1 9.15 2019 KS1 Tests 9.30 Teacher Assessment - mathematics: the revised standards and the new pre-key stage standards 10.15 Teacher Assessment - science: the revised standards 10.30 Refreshments 10.45 Teacher Assessment - reading: the revised standards and the new pre-key stage standards 11.15 Teacher Assessment - English writing: the 2017 standards and the new pre-key stage standards 11.45 Somerset LA KS1 Moderation arrangements for 2019 12.00 Close
26 Jan
Introduction to Child Protection
The aims of this course are: - To provide an introductory level of knowledge and understanding about child abuse - To provide a local and national perspective, and to know what to do if you suspect that a child is being abused. By the end of the course participants will: - Understand the different types of child abuse and the ways that they can affect children - Have a basic understanding of the way that key agencies work to protect children - Have a clear understanding of the Somerset child protection procedures - Have an opportunity to develop better inter-agency working partnerships and consider the unique responsibility that each has in the protection of children - Have an understanding of their own professional responsibility in relation to child protection.
28 Jan
The course is organised into 8 modules Module 1 - Background to Team-Teach Module 2 - The Legal Framework Module 3 - Understanding Aggression Module 4 - How Feelings Drive Behaviours Module 5 - De-escalation and Delusion Module 6 - Personal Safety Module 7 - Positive Handling (This section includes guiding, escorting and holding in standing, sitting and kneeing positions safety - techniques will be delivered appropriate to the group) Module 8 - Repair, Reflection and Review Participants will receive a Course Workbook and upon successful completion a certificate. Certification for this course is valid for 24 months.
28 Jan
Introduction to HR Matters - Mendip
Course is designed to give those in governance an introduction into HR matters. The session includes: • Legal responsibilities for employees • Adopting and enacting policies and procedures • “When it all goes right!” How to monitor, review and challenge the effectiveness and impact of policies and practices within the school • “When it all goes wrong!” how and when to investigate issues and governor panel responsibilities The session is facilitated by colleagues from Support Services for Education HR department
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