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Developing Home Grown Tech Talent To Create Brighter Futures
DigiFutures is designed to help learners of all ages and abilities to gain the skills they need to work in a variety of digital sector roles such as cyber security, computer aided design (CAD), rapid ...
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25 Feb
Team Teach - Foundation Course
At the end of the course participants will: • Have knowledge of relevant legal standards and expectations related to use of reasonable force. • Have knowledge of aggression and conflict, being able to recognise some typical signs and causes. • Have knowledge of the importance of using de-escalation strategies where possible.
03 Mar
Critical Incident Awareness Day
To support schools and colleges to be able to respond with confidence to a critical incident, the Educational Psychology Service is providing training for school and college senior managers during the academic year 2019-2020. This is in addition to the usual critical incident response which the Educational Psychology Service already provides in such an event. There are two places on the training course per organisation. The training is funded by the Local Authority.
06 Mar
Fischer Family Trust Wave 3 Literacy Programme
At the end of the course participants will: • Be able to assess and analyse children’s literacy skills using a range of diagnostic assessments. • Understand key teaching strategies to develop independent skills in literacy. • Be able to use the course structure to promote the child’s consolidation of skills, flexibility, pace and independence. • Be confident in assessing, planning, delivering and evaluating the Wave 3 literacy programme.
09 Mar
Attachment Theory
At the end of the course participants will: • Be more confident working with children exhibiting attachment difficulties in the classroom. • Have an assessment tool which can monitor the pupil’s development and progress. • Be able to share knowledge and good practice with other professionals in school.
10 Mar
Supporting Year 4 with Learning Times Tables
At the end of the course participants will: • Understand some of the difficulties pupils encounter when learning about multiplication. • Have a bank of effective teaching ideas, activities and strategies for supporting pupils who struggle to retain times tables facts.