This will be delivered via TEAMS and you will be sent an invite nearer the time.
This 1/2 day course is suitable for all staff who could potentially come into contact with individuals with Autism Spectrum Conditions.
Social care practitioners should attend both day 1 and day 2 (Autism - assessing the needs of autistic adults (for social work practitioners completing assessments under the Care Act 2014)).
Course Aims: Develop knowledge and competencies in working with individuals with Autism Spectrum Conditions.
The course is delivered by James Hennefeld, a specialist trainer who has experience in supporting people with ASC in a wide range of care settings, including residential, low secure and in the community.
Previous delegates have said:
“It is essential that anyone coming into contact with people diagnosed with ASC attend this course”
“Trainer is extremely knowledgeable and training is delivered with passion and enthusiasm”
Topics: · Asperger Syndrome and how this relates to autism. · Effective communication. · Theory of mind. · Executive functioning. · Central coherence. · Sensory issues. · Social inclusion. · Service issues.
The standard charge for this course is £47.50. Please refer to our Course Charges on the Home page for information on discounts and exemptions.
The Purpose for the support groups
We realise that fostering can be really difficult at times. Perhaps the only people who really understand it are other foster carers and so therefore we want to give you a place to meet up.
There will be biscuits and/or cake, coffee, tea, and an opportunity for an informal chat at all of the meetings.
Although these will be informal meetings, each session will have a brief agenda, attendance list, and agreed group rules. This is to help those who don’t know anyone and feel awkward about coming along to a new meeting, to feel that they won’t be left alone on the side-lines.
Sometimes there will be speakers and topics as requested by the group, this will hopefully make it as relevant to your fostering as you like.
These sessions should be recorded on your Personal Development Plan (PDP).
By booking onto this course, you are consenting to your contact details being passed onto the trainer. This is so they can send the invitation, and any further resources, to you.
This workshop is for South Gloucestershire Council Adult Care practitioners ONLY.
The session will explore the importance of legally literacy and defensible decision-making in effective practice. Included will be a focus on:
• defining and developing an understanding of what is meant by both terms, from both a theoretical perspective and from your experience/practice
• ways to continue to develop your knowledge of the legal framework and how to ensure that it underpins your practice
• professional accountability and the importance of accurate analysis, free from bias, to inform your professional opinions and defensible decisions
Sign and symbol themes will be shared from the free to download section of the Makaton hub.
This session is open and free of charge to all South Gloucestershire Early Years Practitioners and Schools.
This training is for people who will be using the Signs of Safety approach in their day-to-day work with children, young people and their families or carers. It is also relevant for people who will be supervising others who are using the approach. The two day Signs of Safety Introduction training is provided by accredited external trainers and places are limited. Key Integrated Children's Services staff to attend are those who chair key meetings and who undertake statutory assessments gathering information from other agencies and where the outcome has a considerable impact on the life of a child/family.
Course Duration: Two days
Course Aims: This training provides practitioners and managers with the skills and knowledge to be able to start to use the Signs of Safety approach in their practice.
As an Officer of the Committee, do you fully understand the roles and responsibilities of a voluntary organisation? Do you know about the VLE and the information available to you? Are you confident that you can recruit replacements when your time as a Committee Officer is up?
This support network is an informal opportunity for Officers of the Committee to get together and network with others in a similar role, to learn from each other’s experiences, to discuss common issues with our team and to start to plan for future succession.
** Users will not be able to attend this course if you have not completed the 'Mosaic Training - Adults Intermediate' session **
During this session your trainer will provide you with an introduction to Mosaic workflow and on how to complete and progress work within Mosaic. You’ll also get the opportunity to work through a Mosaic workflow process that you’ll be using in your day to day role.
This is a trainer-led virtual course conducted via Microsoft Teams and the Mosaic Training Database.
** Users will not receive Mosaic login details on Go-Live day if this course has not been completed **
** Users will not be able to attend this course if you have not completed the relevant Me Learning modules **
Mosaic Training – Adult Intermediate is designed to enable current AIS users to consolidate what they have learned through the Mosaic Me Learning, navigate around the system and to be competent with the basics that Mosaic has to offer.
This is an online course conducted virtually via Mocrosoft Teams, SharePoint and the Mosaic Training Database.
** Users will not be able to progress to ‘Mosaic Training – Adult Advanced’ until this course has been completed **
You have been identified as a setting with a language lead / language champion.
We would like to invite the language champion to join us for a session to explore what it means to be a language champion in your setting and how this benefits the children.
The initial session we would like to explore;
? The role of the language champion in your setting
? Any training the language champion attended
? Assessment tools –if you use them, which ones and how they are used?
? Discussion around language interventions.
The aim of this will be for you to share ideas with other language champions including ideas, resources and challenges faced.