This specialist training course aims to update and increase participants’ understanding of the epilepsies and provide a purposeful insight into what it feels like to have seizures. Participants will learn how to support people during and after seizures, better identify all types of seizures and understand when seizures are a medical emergency. The course will also teach the safe administration of buccal midazolam, enable the service to create safe emergency protocols and empower and engage people with epilepsy and their families and carers in maximizing the available local and national NHS epilepsy services.Essential Information
For Children's Services practitioners that have undertaken the 2 day Motivational Interviewing training. Aims Improve participants understanding of the Motivational Interviewing (MI) processes of focusing and evoking. To build confidence in using appropriate MI skills that respond to the service user and make readiness for change more likely.Essential Information
Aimed at social workers with some experience of court work or who have attended the one day court skills training.Essential Information
Termly half-day meetings will provide opportunities for exploring effective leadership and discussing pedagogical approaches, particularly considering strategies which support pupil progress. The sessions aim to enable leaders to provide support for teachers to meet the demands of the curriculum across the school, whilst identifying the need to support all pupils to make progress. Ideas for staff development and training will be shared. Session 3: Summer Term • Updates and latest news • Subject focus: Boys Engagement • Emotional Literacy for Disadvantaged Pupils Book online via www.peterboroughcpd.co.uk Please note: Failure to attend, without notification prior to the event, will incur a full charge. Cost Details £65 per person per session for all Peterborough schools and Cambridgeshire LA maintained schools £75 per person per session for other LA schools and Independent schoolsEssential Information
During the day, there will be presentations from The Local Authority NQT Induction Manager, the Professional Associations, Head teachers and current NQTs. There will also be an introduction to the local EAL context from staff and pupils of a local Primary School and time will be allocated for the NQTs to network as they prepare for the start of their teaching career. In addition, there is the opportunity for the Induction Leader in your school or Mentor representative to join the conference at 1pm for an hour.
Lunch will be provided for the NQTs.
**FOR INTERNAL & EXTERNAL DIRECT CARE SERVICES ONLY** The course is intended for all senior staff working in any social care commissioned service setting (including nurses working in these settings or frontline staff looking for continued professional development).Essential Information
To be aware of Deafblindness/ Multisensory impairment as a unique disability.
To be aware of current legislation and how it applies to various roles in relation to multi sensory impairment.
To be able to signpost children and young people with multi sensory impairment to relevant services.
This course will ensure that teachers are up to date in their knowledge and understanding of the EYFS and how to implement the requirements effectively to support young children’s development and learning. All delegates to bring a copy of: • EYFS Statutory Framework • Development Matters Lunch will be provided for the full day session. A follow up half day session will take place in September 2019 (date TBC)Essential Information
|Session||Session Date||Session Time||Session Venue||Map|
|1||10 July 2019||00:00 - 16:00||Peterborough Education Conference Centre -Broadway||Map|
|2||TBA||09:15 - 12:15||To be confirmed||Map|