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This half day course follows CQC requirements on the administration of medication. It includes trainer presentation, discussion, and a short multiple-choice assessment at the end to check the information has been retained by participants. Relevant handouts/paperwork will be provided. This course is aimed at any adult social care staff in South Gloucestershire, working in domiciliary, residential and day care services (statutory sector AND IVP sector agencies).Essential Information
This 1-day course should only be attended once you have completed the Advanced-level Domestic Violence & Abuse training. It will build on the learning and skills gained through completing previous Domestic Abuse courses (e.g. at Intermediate and Advanced-levels).Essential Information
This course is aimed at practitioners and childminders working with babies and toddlers who are interested in understanding how children develop their mark making skills and want inspiring ways to encourage children to enhance and extend their mark making.
“The benefits of mark making in the early years are clear: a child’s physical skills are developed, their creative skills and imagination grows further, children are given a new output to express their feelings and also given a stepping stone into writing.”
Early Years Careers, 2018
This course will take a deeper look at why mark making is important and how developing mark making skills can support children in other areas of learning and development. There will be an opportunity to look at examples of children’s early writing and assess how these skills progress from birth, including a deeper look at Early Years Outcomes.
This course will help you to recognise the key role the adult plays in recognising and valuing when young children are making marks and how we can enhance and extend this in the moment. There will be an opportunity to explore some inspiring and practical ideas for making marks with babies and toddlers in your environment, both inside and outside.
Children naturally go through loss and change but for some, especially those bereaved, it can be very difficult.
When children come into care or are adopted, it is only natural that they will feel a sense of loss, and if the separation from the birth family is looking to be over a longer period of time, it is likely that they will feel a sense of bereavement too. Having an understanding of this can help you to better cope with the difficult emotions that our young people are trying to deal with as well as give you strategies for how to communicate with your child or young person.
This overview of loss links to children of different age groups and provides suggestions for working with children and families.
|Session||Session Date||Session Time||Session Venue||Map|
|1||06 February 2019||13:15 - 15:15||Baileys Court Activity Centre||Map|
|2||27 February 2019||13:15 - 15:15||Baileys Court Activity Centre||Map|
|3||13 March 2019||13:15 - 15:15||Baileys Court Activity Centre||Map|
|4||03 April 2019||13:15 - 15:15||Baileys Court Activity Centre||Map|