Other Training Options

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents -  ROSPA  
We are a registered charity and have been at the heart of accident prevention in the UK and around the world for almost 100 years.More than 14,000 people die as a result of accidents across the UK each year. There are millions of other injuries. Accidents cause loss and suffering to the victims and their loved ones, employers and UK society as a whole. We promote safety and the prevention of accidents at work, at leisure, on the road, in the home and through safety education.

Hey Mom and Dad, Do You Know Basic Life Support?

Every parent would do well to learn some basic life support knowledge, which could make a big difference to the outcome in an emergency situation when a child is in distress from choking or has been involved in a drowning incident. This resource provides guidance on the basic life support procedures that could prove critical in a life-threatening scenario.

 

Introduction to the Pikler approach

I would really recommend for everyone working with – or caring for – babies and young children to attend these workshops. The Pikler approach provides a particularly sensitive and innovative approach to care – at home and in EY settings – a wonderful support for daily practice.

 

Increasing wellbeing and inclusion in early years settings

Institute of Wellbeing 

This exciting new e-learning course from the Institute of Wellbeing teaches practitioners the benefits of wellbeing, how to develop wellbeing in themselves, the children in their care and their parents, how a wellbeing approach can help them work with families to increase inclusion and how to ensure their setting is inclusive and promotes wellbeing.

Who Is This Resource For?
This resource is for you, if you work in a state-run or independent nursery school work in a private or voluntary nursery, pre-school, out-of-school club or holiday playscheme provide care for one or more children aged between birth and five (to whom you are not related) for reward in your home or in the home of one of the children are one of a group of four or more people working with children in someone’s home work in a faith-based run early years setting

 

MA in Education (early years) | Physical Development

PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT
Key Facts
Type of course: Post Graduate combined (taught and research) worth 60PG credits.
Study Options: Face to face (5 days) plus distance learning
Duration: 1 year
Start date: October 2014
Accreditation: Birmingham City University
Credits: 60 PG credits (undertaken under the Double Research Module but with a focus on Physical Development)
Fees: £1,300 (payment facilities by request email s.delaney@crec.co.uk)
Tutors Jan White
Entry Requirements: An undergraduate degree is generally requested as applicants will be expected to study at Post Graduate level, but applications from practitioners without degrees, but with relevant experience are encouraged.

 

Siren Films

With a combined 80 years of film making experience, our core team has helped Siren Films become recognised as a leading expert in creating training resources for the study of child development. Our films support academics, professionals, therapists, nursery staff and anyone who aspires to help children lead happy lives and reach their full potential.

We’re inspired by developing films that are educational, stimulating and, like children, simply fascinating to watch. We capture real events in children’s lives from their viewpoint – transforming contemporary theory into practice in a digestible way.

In recent years our work has been distributed by expert partners across the globe and we’re constantly striving to innovate our approach to film making. Our productions have been shown on TV, while also winning awards, as we continue to offer unique insights to our customers.

 

Siren Films

With a combined 80 years of film making experience, our core team has helped Siren Films become recognised as a leading expert in creating training resources for the study of child development. Our films support academics, professionals, therapists, nursery staff and anyone who aspires to help children lead happy lives and reach their full potential.

 

 

CACHE to Launch New Level 3 Award in Paediatric First Aid

CACHE has been heavily involved in the collaborative work with many other awarding organisations to develop two new Level 3 Paediatric First Aid units:
  • Emergency Paediatric First Aid
  • Managing Paediatric Illness, Injuries and Emergencies

 

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