Relationships Sex and Health Education (RSHE) twilight
The next Relationships Sex and Health Education (RSHE) twilight is taking place on the 25th February.
The twilight will focus on Relationships and Sex education resources which can be used across the Key Stages as schools prepare for RSHE legislation in September 2020.
It is also an opportunity to work on a scheme of work and network with colleagues. You can find more details below:
Date: 25th February 2020
Time: 4.15 - 6.45pm
Venue: The Nurture Shed, Bridgwater
To register your place at this event click here.
The National Award for SEN Co-ordination 2020/21
Below you will find details of the next training course for the National Award for SEN Co-ordination, a postgraduate qualification, which is mandatory for teachers new to the role of SENCO. Other teachers in schools or Further Education settings may also be eligible to gain the qualification.
If your school has a new SENCO or will be appointing a new SENCO from September please pass this information to the relevant person.
HOW TO APPLY
You cannot apply via the SSE website, please follow this link to register your interest click here.
To find out more about the course, please read the attached flyers or view the event page here.
Roles and Responsibilities of the Equality Needs Coordinator (ENCO)
This course covers the roles and responsibilities of the Equality Needs Coordinator (ENCO) and will help you identify ways to promote equality and diversity within your setting, as well as evaluating your practice.
This course will help you:
To understand the role of the Equality Needs Coordinator (ENCO)
To understand the importance of diversity, equality and inclusion
Know how to access information, advice and support about diversity, equality and inclusion
Explore practical strategies of how to promote equality and diversity in the setting
For more information, or to book, please click here.
AET: Leading Good Autism Practice
The AET’s ‘Leading Good Autism Practice’ whole-day course is designed for staff who have a leadership role that includes responsibility for developing provision for pupils on the autism spectrum within a school setting.
The course is designed to support practitioners to:
Enhance delegate's knowledge and understanding of good autism practice
Help delegates to question, evaluate and develop autism practice within their setting
Provide delegates with the tools to audit staff skills and identify training needs
Develop skills and knowledge so that delegates can support their organisation to meet / exceed the requirements of external reviewers such as Ofsted and be compliant with legislative requirements
For more information please click here.
Moving and Handling (Initial Training)
Legal requirement for all staff involved in physically assisting pupils with mobility needs.
Trainees will be provided with information about:
The Importance of Load Management
Causes of Muscular Skeletal Injury
Personal Risk Assessment (staff member)
The County Risk Assessment process within their role
Principles of safe Moving and Handling
Trialling some Moving and Handling Equipment
Introduction to Hoisting
Examples of good and bad practice
An accredited certificate which allows participants to perform manual handling tasks, at work, for two years. Reaccreditation requires participants to complete a half day refresher.
For more information about booking please click here.