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Training

BEREAVEMENT TRAINING

Helping Children and Young People with Bereavement and Loss

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Bespoke training for School staff offered by

SBAP Play Therapist, Sandra Cutts

AUTISM TRAINING

Teaching Assistants Training in

Autism & Sensory Needs

 

Teaching Assistants have a key role in supporting, teaching and helping children with learning difficulties to reach their full potential in school.

TA's are often placed in difficult situations where they don’t have the knowledge or skills to assist them when dealing with a child’s complex needs.  

Without knowledge of how to do this effectively, it may result in unwanted behaviour from a child, which in turn may impact their learning.

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The cost for this training is £50.00. The training will take place at school and will last 1 hour. This training will provide TA's with appropriate skills, knowledge and confidence to support each other, school and to help guide and encourage children to make the right choices.

AUTISM TRAINING

Midday Supervisors Training in

Autism & Sensory Needs

 

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Midday Supervisors are often placed in difficult situations where they don’t have the knowledge or skills to assist them. A lot of responsibility is placed on them to ensure a child's transition from playground to classroom is calmer.

 

Without knowledge of how to do this effectively, it may result in unwanted behaviour from a child, which in turn may impact their learning.

Involves two 30 minute sessions and will provide Midday Supervisors with appropriate skills, knowledge and confidence to support each other, school and to help guide and encourage children to make the right choices.

NESSY TRAINING

Teaching Assistants Training in

Autism & Sensory Needs

 

At Nessy we are best known as advocates for children with dyslexia around the globe. But the Nessy programs are not only for dyslexia. Nessy is widely used for whole class, phonics, maths, typing and early reading instruction. Nessy collaborates with some of the world's leading academics, and follows the Science of Reading, to ensure our programs are based upon proven research. 

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SBAP have ten free licences available and any extra licences required are half price (£10).

SBAP Parenting Workshop

Understanding Challenging Behaviour in children

 

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A chance for parents to come together to share experiences and learn how to support a child who displays negative behaviour.

 

The sessions are designed to be convenient to all, only lasting 1 hour and meeting once a week for 6 weeks within school or online via zoom

What the workshop will cover:

  • What negative behaviour looks like

  • Why negative behaviours are displayed

  • How emotions can trigger negative behaviour

  • Strategies to support challenging behaviour

  • How to ensure parents are looking after themselves

ANNA FREUD CENTRE

National Centre for Children and Families

 

We’re transforming mental health by working with infants, children, young people and their families, their communities and professionals to deliver timely evidence-based support for all.

There are many training courses and seminars available. Click the image below to be linked to the website.

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Sunshine Support Workshops

 

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An award winning Special Educational Needs & Disabilities (SEND) Consultancy based in England and Wales.

 

We empower and advocate for parents, carers and professionals who support children and young people with SEND.

Various events available to book including insomnia in adults, emotional regulation, physical disabilities in early years, autistic women and girls, dyslexia, applying for a EHCP, masking and fawning plus many more. Click the image to link to the events page.

Reducing Parental Conflict

 

We are pleased to announce the East Midlands Reducing Parental Conflict Conference for 2022.

 

Organised by the East Midlands Regional Task Group on behalf of the many frontline practitioners and service leads across the region, the aim of the conference is to raise awareness of conflict in families, and support professionals in identifying and responding appropriately to parental conflict.

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Click the image below for further information.

Cognition & Learning Team

Training Overview

 

The Cognition and Learning Team, Schools and Families Specialist Services, will be providing opportunities in Spring and Summer Terms for 2023 for school staff to attend central training events about a range of topics.

Click the image below for further information.

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Sexual Behaviours

Traffic Light Tool

 

Brook’s nationally recognised Sexual Behaviours Traffic Light Tool and training provides a highly visible, multi-agency response that helps professionals to identify, understand and respond appropriately to sexual behaviours in young people.

Click the image below for further information.

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Bespoke Boxall Profile Training

 

The Boxall Profile is an invaluable resource for the assessment of children and young people's social, emotional and behavioural development.

Why Boxall how can it help learning?

Many children in school are insecure about their worth, often not able to articulate their feelings. Instead they show their discomfort by withdrawal, achieving much less than they could, not making good relationships. Others may act out their feelings of anger and failure by minor or major acts of disrupting the progress of others. Whatever the behaviour, the result is that they do not get positively engaged in education. Understanding what lies behind this can make all teachers much more confident in their class management, which is where the Boxall Profile comes in.

This training is delivered by Zena Argent.

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Acquired Brain Injury (ABI)

 

As we start a new academic year, we are providing the following information to help refresh/raise awareness of Acquired Brain Injury (ABI). This includes resources and training.

Click the image below for further information.

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Making Sense of Autism

 

Gain a better understanding and awareness of autism and the way it affects children in early years.

 

Who is this training for?

This is a raising awareness module for anyone working in schools. This includes teaching and support staff, office and ancillary staff, caterers, caretakers, transport staff and governors.

What will you learn?

  • Enhance your understanding and awareness of autism and how autism can affect children in schools.

  • Know the importance of understanding the individual child and their profile of strengths and needs.

  • Identify potential barriers to learning for autistic children.

  • Begin to make reasonable adjustments in the way you support autistic children.

  • Reflect on the information you need to collect for creating a one-page profile.

Book your FREE training now:

https://www.em-edsupport.org.uk/Event/173063

E-mail at: AET.Training@nottscc.gov.uk

Call AET on: 0115 977 4475

Monday 19th September 2022, 1.00-2.30pm

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Dyslexia Screening

 

Identifying & Supporting Children at risk of Dyslexia in Early Years Settings

Click the image below for further information.

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After Concussion, Return to Normality (ACoRN)

 

Information for parents and guardians after a Head Injury

Click the image below for further information.

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Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders

 

Introduction to Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD)

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Lots of training and resources available for parents and teachers.

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Autism Support

 

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Empowering Parents

 

This training is very similar to 123 Magic but it is all online so may appeal to more parents. For more information please click the links below:

The "Being a Parent" Course

The 'Being a Parent Together' Course (full course)

The 'Being a Parent Together' Course (workshop)

Parent Group Leaders

The "Being a Parent - Autism" Course

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Autism East Midlands is a leading autism charity providing help and support to families and individuals affected by autism; to help ensure autistic people can live their lives with dignity, choice and independence.  They also run Parent Workshops, click here for the latest dates for 2023-4.

Autism East Midlands

 

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NottAlone

 

NottAlone has lots of resources and information regarding children and young people's mental health. NottAlone Live is a free exclusive invite-only event as part of Children’s Mental Health Week in February.

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Tackling Emerging Threats to Children (TETC)

 

Tackling Emerging Threats to Children (TETC) & School Health Hub Newsletter, October 2023

This month’s edition will focus on some of the stressors that children and young people and even adults may experience in their daily lives.

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