First Aid for Mental Health - Level Two - (686-KS-PFA) - 22 February 2020, 0930 - 16.00
This 6 hour qualification provides learners with knowledge to recognise a range of mental health conditions, how to start a supportive conversation and when and how to signpost a person to seek appropriate professional help. Learners will know how to recognise and manage stress and understand the impact of substance abuse. They will learn about the first aid action plan for mental health, be able to put it in place and know how to implement a positive mental health culture in the workplace.
Learners will not diagnose or treat mental health conditions as this can only be carried out by healthcare professionals but will gain the knowledge to identify when a person may have a condition and know where they can go to get help.
Paediatric First Aid - CHT4U-PFA-719 (22 & 29 February 2020, 09:30 - 16:00)
Paediatric First Aid training prepares the learner to deal with first aid emergencies involving babies, children and adults. They will also be able to recognise major and minor medical conditions and take appropriate action. The course has been prepared to meet the standard laid out in the Early Years Foundation Stage, making it suitable for those working in any childcare setting.
Safeguarding Update Workshop - 714-Bexley - 22 February 2020, 09.30 - 12.30
This training includes information regarding recent changes in legislation and guidance, the workshop will explore the implications of these changes for you and your setting. National and local updates, E-safety & current trends, referral processes, Local Authority's procedures, the Prevent Duty and how to demonstrate British Values in everyday routines & practice.
Learning methods will include information briefing, group discussions, activities, quizzes and case studies.
If you don't have the latest SHIELD document, please download and print off the attached document and bring this to your training session.
Preparing and Conducting Statutory Assessment at KS1 and KS2
Every year, the Standards and Testing Agency update their guidelines regarding statutory tests at key stage one and two and head teachers or executive head teachers have to sign the Head Teacher’s Declaration Form to confirm that either the statutory assessments have been administered according to the published guidance or that any issues have been reported to the STA.
Emma Blackman, Teaching and Learning Adviser, will run through all the relevant documentation including the latest maladministration report and explore the latest guidance and changes that have been made.
The delegates will be made fully aware of their statutory obligations as well as what the STA and LA look for when conducting monitoring visits.
The delegates will be given a copy of the powerpoint so that they can cover the statutory obligation with their staff. Emma will also share a framework for a security plan.