Southend Local Authority and the Local Safeguarding Children’s Board (LSCB) put on hundreds of courses for schools and Early Years providers every year. Many of these cover new legislation, key elements of a role or ways to adopt best practice.
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This course is aimed at Academy Finance Staff who are responsible for preparing the Annual Budget
To enable participants to develop awareness of the online risks to children and young people and to identify practical strategies to help children become safer in their online use. Participants will also be able to reflect on their own e-saf...
A course designed to give the delegate a basic overview of Health and Safety and Manual Handling
This refresher safeguarding course will ensure that all practitioners have the current knowledge and awareness required to meet the Local Safeguarding Children’s Boards Level 2 key outcomes
Early brain development, Attachment, Normative development stages, Observing & assessment,Importance of play, Theories of learning & development,
It is essential for all new governors to understand their roles, to begin to make a positive difference on their governing bodies and feel they are contributing to school improvement.
Overview - To achieve a consistent, multi-agency approach to commissioning, assessment, delivery and reassessment of medication tasks in the communityAims:? For Social Work Practitioners to be able to identify and rectify medication errors in do...
Guidance and raise awareness of topical issues for governors
This is a short session designed to update Foster Carers and Designated Teachers on developments in Southend Borough Council Personal Educational Process
This is a short session designed to update Designated Teachers on developments in Southend Borough Council Personal Educational Process