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This course is aimed at anyone with an educational background wanting to develop outdoor teaching skills. The Outdoor Learning Practice training course fits the needs of educational professionals in the EYFS and National Curriculum.
You must be working in an educational establishment and have a current DBS check.
This training focuses on developing practical hands-on skills and a bank of activities. It will enable you to build confidence and your ability in using the outdoor environments, learning how to manage and improve these for teaching & learning. It is designed to be as practical, accessible and supportive as possible in helping you to make a success of implementing a programme of Outdoor Learning.
This is a QCF accredited course through Cambium. You will have a workbook to hand in, in order to complete the course. This will take approximately three months to complete.
What next? Once this course is completed, if you would like to develop your knowledge and work towards embedding outdoor learning as a whole school strategy, you can top up and book onto the Level 3 Award in
Coordinating an Outdoor Curriculum.
Please bring a packed lunch as lunches will not be provided.
£250 for South Gloucestershire delegates
£250 for non-South Gloucestershire delegates
Your place is not reserved until payment has been received
We are part of the Cambium Trainers Network. The Cambium Network has trainers in many parts of the UK. We cooperate in Continuing Professional Development, standardisation of assessment and feedback, submission of work to Agored Cymru (Formerly OCN Wales) awarding body and internal and external quality assurance.
Trainers meet regularly to discuss the latest developments, and to exchange ideas, skills and techniques and to play for the future. Most members of the Cambium Network provide services directly to schools and other bodies wishing to engage with the expanding use of Forest School, Outdoor Learning and Coastal School techniques in early years, primary and secondary education.
This half day workshop aims to provide an opportunity for participants to understand more about the diagnostic category of personality disorder in order to better provide services and support that can make a positive difference to peopleðs lives. It is aimed at all employees and staff and managers of the Statutory, Voluntary and Independent sectors. This is a workshop that is suitable for participants at all levels, mainly as an introduction to the issues, though it can also provide an update for staff who are already trained / more experienced in working with people with a personality disorder. It will draw upon personal experiences of receiving a personality disorder diagnosis and up to date evidence of helpful interventions and approaches. The standard charge for this course is £40. Please refer to our Course Charges on the Home page for information on discounts and exemptions.Essential Information
This half-day training course is part of the Safeguarding Adults Board's suite of multi-agency courses.
It is particularly aimed at managers/senior staff working in agencies in the local Independent, Voluntary and Private Sector, such as Residential and Nursing Homes, Community-based Providers, managers in voluntary organisations, housing-related support providers etc, who need to know how to carry out an Adult Safeguarding Enquiry effectively.
It is also therefore relevant to key practitioners in other partner organisations and sectors - especially health, as well as to local authority practitioners.
Delegates will find that the course builds on the broader content covered in the SABs 1-day multi-agency “Managing Good Practice in Safeguarding Adults” training programme.
The standard charge for this course is £40. Please refer to our Course Charges on the Home page for information on discounts and exemptions.
A Panel and Interactive session, lookling at:
* What advice would you give your younger self
* Learning from mistakes
* A memorable practice experience and how it shaped your Relationship Based Practice skills
* What your first year of practice taught you
* Social work and technology
* Good practice from around the world