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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Introduction to Finance and effective budget management. Discussion on areas of responsibility and authorisation, report interpretation, Financial procedures, Financial regulations, Benchmarking, SFVS and the importance of internal controls.
From September, schools must have regard to the new 0-25 SEND Code of Practice and have duties to identify and address the SEN of all pupils they support. This training is essential to help you understand and implement school based SEN support.
A reflective workshop for practitioners to examine how they can support children - and their families - who are learning or using English as an Additional language and to identify how we can provide a positive learning environment
Makaton Training for marvellous minders. It is essential that you are available to attend both Saturdays.
The areas of Personal, Social and Emotional development are the building blocks for all of a child’s future learning and well-being. It is vital that all practioners have a sound understanding of how they can support and promote each child’s PS...
This is a series of three sessions aimed at giving you a good general understanding of what it is to be a school Governor, the varying roles and responsibilities within the Governing body and some understanding of the specialist functions that G...
ASYE and Social Workers also suitable for Student Social Workers
This course will allow the delegate to create more effective spreadsheets and to some extent automate their work. After completion of this course the delegates should have gained an extensive knowledge of Excel’s capabilities.
A reflective workshop to examine how practitioners can ensure that they are promoting best practice for inclusive practice that follows the commitments of the Early Years Foundation Stage