Education Training Course Schedule 2019

Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Stafflex understand that supply teachers find it increasingly difficult to access Continued Professional Development (CPD) training and a result we have developed a training programme for all our teachers and support workers throughout 2019.

All courses will take place in the evening’s or over the school holidays period to ensure that they do not interfere with any paid work.

Limited spaces available so if you would like to book a place for any of our upcoming training sessions, please email nemi@stafflex.co.uk.

 These training courses are only available for Stafflex candidates. If you would like to register, please upload your CV here, or contact us on 01484 351010.


Safeguarding Level 2

Dates:

  • Thursday 7 February (6.00pm – 9.00pm)
  • Tuesday 2 April (6.00pm – 9.00pm)

Location: Brian Jackson House, 2 New North Parade, Huddersfield, HD1 5JP (click here for directions)

Cost: Free

The Level 2 training is suitable for anyone who needs to be aware of safeguarding but will not need to make a decision without referring to someone else.

A number of case studies, based on finding from Serious Case Reviews are used as part of the course so that delegates can learn from ‘real life’ situations.

Learning outcomes:

  • Have developed awareness of possible signs of abuse
  • Know what to do if a child is being abused
  • Have considered wider issues of abuse
  • Learnt about other key areas of safeguarding
  • Considered personal boundaries in relation to role
  • Have an understanding of the procedure for managing allegations

 

Team Teach

Dates:

  • Wednesday 27 February (5.00pm – 8.00pm)
  • Tuesday 9 April (9.00pm – 4.00pm)
  • Wednesday 1 May (9.00pm – 4.00pm)
  • TBC August

Location: Brian Jackson House, 2 New North Parade, Huddersfield, HD1 5JP (click here for directions)

Cost: Free

The course will cover theoretical aspects around behavioural issues and a range of positive handling strategies, including: guiding, escorting and restraining techniques appropriate for children.

The course contains practical elements and as such you should wear loose comfortable clothing and flat, soft-soled footwear (e.g. trainers).

Learning outcomes:

  • Improve behaviour through the provision of safe learning and caring.
  • Help employers and employees meet their obligations under Health and Safety legislation thus reducing potential liability claims.
  • Reduce stress, enhancing team-work, co-operation and staff morale.