• SWEET 2019 - *Revised Date 2nd October 2019*

  • Moving and Handling (Initial Training)

  • The Role of the Early Years SENCO

  • Exciting Job Opportunities at SSE!

  • Practitioners Reducing Parental Conflict Training

  • Coming Soon: The New Look SSE Portal to Go Live August 2019

  • 2019 School Holiday Camps

  • Somerset Schools Vacancies - Updated weekly

  • SSE SIMS Conference

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Training & Events

27 Aug
Childrens' Activity Camp - 3 Day Residential
Spend your days trying your hand at as many different activities as we can squeeze into your stay. Whether you swing from the highest heights, race around on wheels or develop a new hobby, we aim to create the most memorable holiday of your life. Make new friends, face your fears, set new challenges and broaden your horizons. Please download the programme and information document, from the attachments section, this includes information on staying with us, what to bring and funding and financial assistance.
27 Aug
Childrens' Game Maker - 3 Day Residential
Ever wanted to make your own computer games? Dive into your very own world of 3D computer games by learning to make and program your own. You will discover the basics of designing role play adventures and how the pre-written gameplay code can be modified and added to your own adventures. The software (Mage – Apprentice Edition) uses the same base code for many popular award-winning games such as Minecraft, Halo and Doom. Please download the programme and information document, from the attachments section, this includes information on staying with us, what to bring and funding and financial assistance.
29 Aug
DBS Reimbursements
An entry requirement of the PGCE and School Direct/ PGTA is a full DBS check. Payment of £44 is required before the DBS can be processed. We will also need to see appropriate ID as advised. Information regarding the relevant ID can be found Via the following link: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/dbs-identity-checking-guidelines/id-checking-guidelines-for-dbs-check-applications-from-3-september-2018
02 Sep
BA (Hons) Professional Practice Top-up Degree
This degree is delivered at the SCIL training centre on either a Monday daytime or Monday evening, you will be able to chose which cohort you join. A skilled professional constantly evaluates their performance, striving to meet both current and future demands, and facilitating positive change in the workplace. This degree will equip you with the skills and knowledge to help you engage proactively with the professional challenges encountered in your role and to share expertise and insights with colleagues from other professional contexts, promoting an inter-disciplinary approach to learning. An overview of current modules available on the degree, regular updates may mean that exact module titles may differ. • Independent Study (triple module) • Specialism module (double module in either early years, children's services or education) • Professional Development Planning • Applied Psychological Perspectives • Reflecting on Practice: Evaluation & Change Entry requirements: 120 credits at Level 4 HE 120 credits at Level 5 HE Applicants must have current experience of working in a relevant professional setting.
02 Sep
Foundation Degree in Teaching and Learning
All sessions are term time only, you will cover the following modules: • Introduction to study skills • Reflective journal • Safeguarding and well-being of children and young people (0-19) • Introduction to the development of children and young people • Understanding motivation and behavior in children and young people • Curriculum development • Work-based project (double module) • Reflective Journal • Supporting Early Childhood • Behaviour for Learning • Planning, Assessing and Evaluating Learning • Teaching and Learning in the Primary phase • Work-based independent study (double module) Entry requirements: 32 UCAS Tariff points. These points are the new UCAS tariff, which will be used for courses starting from September 2017. See our new UCAS tariff page for more information: www.worcester.ac.uk/journey/new-ucas-tariff.html Mature students (over 21 years if you do not have formal qualifications a non-standard entry route is available). Under 21 years Passes A-C in four GCSE subjects plus one A level at grade C or equivalent points (e.g. 2 AS levels at grade D). Applicants must have current experience of working in an education setting. A Disclosure and Barring Service check is required for this course. All successful applications will be invited to attend a selection day prior to the start of the course. This gives you an opportunity to meet tutors, other students and find out more information about the course. You will be asked to prepare a short piece of writing prior to the session and you will be required to participate in a group discussion.
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