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Code: BH/22/0577 Anti Racism: Early Years Action: Modules 2,3 & 4 (EVENT FULL)
This is a fabulous opportunity for Early Years practitioners to understand how to create an Anti-Racist culture within our Early Years settings.
The Black Lives Matter movement and race riots have put a spotlight on systemic inequalities, race, racism and the direct treatment of Black people in the UK.
In this course, we consider how all this feeds into education, in particular Early Years education. Together, we explore how to respond to questions and comments like "why is your skin pink and my skin’s brown?" "How can we celebrate black history month in an Anti-Racist way?"
In this exciting program, we consider how to implement practical changes to our educational policies, practices and environments. We look at how to demonstrate Anti-Racist action and, we discuss whether this can be aligned with ideas and concepts like inclusion, child development and OFSTED's idea of cultural capital.
Please note that programme is suitable for Early Years Managers and leaders who are responsible for implementing changes to your day to day practices.
Code: BH/22/0575 Meeting the Needs of Ethnically Minoritised Children (for Foster Carers)
The session will cover issues of race, identity, marginalization and discrimination. We will consider associated terminology, discuss strategies to challenge racism and explore the implications of potentially damaging attitudes, language and behaviours.
We will watch a film which offers a young person's perspective and use this to consider how we can support BAME young people in developing a positive sense of identity. Case studies (which you will have a chance to look at before the session) will be used to bring together our deliberations. They will help in focussing our strategies of how we can work collectively towards better meeting the needs of BAME children.
Code: BH/22/0650 Overcoming Overwhelm online - 2 sessions (Zoom)
Overwhelm – a personal plan
What is overwhelm and what causes it?
Being overwhelmed occurs when there is too much of something going on – we feel
like we’re drowning or being buried.
This can happen for a number of reasons, but a feeling of too many things to do, too
much work, too much work pressure and too many deadlines can be a major
Feeling overwhelmed has repercussions on the whole of our life. It can make us feel
tired, interfere with our sleep and make it difficult for us to think rationally. These
negative emotions can make it more difficult for your body to fight off infections and
can have a physical effect with fatigue, neck and upper-back pain, for example.
Add all this together and it can affect every area of life, impacting our social lives and
relationships on top of the work challenges.
All these feelings distract us from being effective and efficient and that, in turn, leads
to lowered ‘performance’ and sets up a vicious cycle dragging us further down.
This can lead to procrastination (making things worse!) and creative avoidance –
doing things that don’t really matter to distract ourselves or things that give us
pleasure, putting off the real work further.
Online sessions via zoom of two x 2 hours (you will need to attend both sessions)
This four hour session offers a practical and experiential opportunity to understand,
appreciate and acknowledge that different situations trigger people in different ways.
What one person will find ‘easy’ another may find ‘challenging’ and adding to levels
Once we have an understanding of our personal ‘triggers’ we are then in a better
position to find the solutions to manage our stress, our workloads, and find effective
ways that enable us to feel more ‘in control’.
Code: BH/22/0299 Risk Assessment (ZOOM)
This course is designed to provide delegates with the necessary knowledge, skills and confidence to develop their compentency, to conduct risk assessments in-line with legislation and council policy.
The training will consist of practical and theoretical exercises, which will assist candidates to identify work related hazards, assess the level of risk and implement practical control measures.
Examples of what makes a suitable and sufficient risk assessment will be discussed and good practice tips and guidance will be provided.
IMPORTANT: Those delegates with limited knowledge on the subject area, may find it helpful to complete the iHasco Health and Safety for Managers eLearning training before attending the virtual trainer led session. The eLearning training can be accessed directly through the eLearning section of the Learning Gateway.
Code: BH/22/0696 Social Work Direct Work Skills Workshop
This workshop will provide an overview of some of the skills and techniques that can be used when carrying out Social Work visits with young people and their families.
These are all tried and tested tools that do not make any further demands on your time, but with a little planning will support you in your work.
The work shop will be experiential in nature, so you will be participating and trying these out within a safe environment.
The session will be informative, thought provoking and enjoyable!
…'It takes approximately 400 repetitions to create a new synapse in the brain- unless it is done with play, in which case, it takes between 10-20 repetitions…' Dr Karyn Purvis.