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Seminar

  • Date
    24.Aug.2017
    Venue: 
    Edinburgh
    Time: 
    9.30-12.30 (half day)
    Event type: 
    Cost
    £0.00

    SOLD OUT: The impact of imprisonment on families, children and young people

    Imprisonment of a family member can be a traumatic experience for children, and its impact significant and enduring. It is estimated that imprisonment affects 27,000 children in Scotland each year. Children with a parent in prison face significant challenges including trauma and stigma. They are more likely to come from families with complex needs and less likely to meet child wellbeing indicators.Read more

  • Date
    06.Sep.2017
    Venue: 
    Edinburgh
    Time: 
    9.30-15.30 (full day)
    Event type: 
    Cost
    £89.00

    SOLD OUT: Raising attainment through parental engagement: a seminar with Dr Val Corry

    Parental engagement is a powerful lever for raising attainment in schools. Using this as a backdrop, this training event will seek to give delegates the latest research on why parents matter, and the tools to effectively plan approaches to engaging parents in order to improve educational attainment for children and young people.Read more

  • Date
    02.Oct.2017
    Venue: 
    Aberdeen
    Time: 
    9.30-15.30 (full day)
    Event type: 
    Cost
    £89.00

    Life story work with troubled children: a seminar with Richard Rose

    Life Story Work offers deep reflective work with a child to help them develop a coherent and accurate story of their lives and the lives of people closest to them. This is key for their understanding and acceptance of who they are and their past experiences. Life Story Work is also about assimilating past events and the effect that significant people in their lives have had on their self image, self-esteem, sense of self and common self-states.Read more

  • Date
    06.Oct.2017
    Venue: 
    Edinburgh
    Time: 
    9.30-15.30 (full day)
    Event type: 
    Cost
    £89.00

    Engaging children and young people in STEM

    Skills, knowledge and capability in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) have the ability to unlock opportunities for each of us to flourish and grow as individuals, communities and as a country – particularly in economic terms.Read more

  • Date
    06.Oct.2017
    Venue: 
    Glasgow
    Time: 
    9.30-15.30 (full day)
    Event type: 
    Cost
    £89.00
    CPD hours: 
    6

    Foundations of Literacy: A seminar with Sue Palmer

    Literacy doesn’t come naturally to human beings. In order to become committed readers and writers, children must first develop a wide range of abilities that underpin literacy acquisition – abilities that depend upon the right sort of support and experiences in their early years.Read more

  • Date
    11.Oct.2017
    Venue: 
    Glasgow
    Time: 
    9.30-15.30 (full day)
    Event type: 
    Cost
    £89.00

    Raising attainment and closing the gap - what works?

    We need Scottish education to deliver both excellence in terms of ensuring children and young people acquire a broad range of skills and capacities at the highest levels, whilst also delivering equity so that every child can thrive and have the best opportunity to succeed regardless of their social circumstances or additional needs (Scottish Government, 2016).Read more

  • Date
    03.Nov.2017
    Venue: 
    Edinburgh
    Time: 
    9.30-15.30 (full day)
    Event type: 
    Cost
    £89.00

    Raising attainment through parental engagement: a seminar with Dr Val Corry

    Parental engagement is a powerful lever for raising attainment in schools. Using this as a backdrop, this training event will seek to give delegates the latest research on why parents matter, and the tools to effectively plan approaches to engaging parents in order to improve educational attainment for children and young people.Read more

  • Date
    03.Nov.2017
    Venue: 
    Edinburgh
    Time: 
    9.30-15.30 (full day)
    Event type: 
    Cost
    £89.00

    Attachment-led early years practice: a seminar with Suzanne Zeedyk

    In our society, caring for children usually includes a large component of professional input. We use the language of ‘services’ to describe that input. Yet the science tells us that children aren’t looking for services. They want relationships. Human beings are physiologically driven to seek out...Read more

  • Date
    13.Nov.2017
    Venue: 
    Glasgow
    Time: 
    9.30-15.30 (full day)
    Event type: 
    Cost
    £89.00

    Communicating with traumatised children and young people: a seminar with Richard Rose

    This one-day seminar provides an opportunity for practitioners to consider communication techniques for traumatised children.Read more

  • Date
    17.Nov.2017
    Venue: 
    Aberdeen
    Time: 
    9.30-15.30 (full day)
    Event type: 
    Cost
    £89.00
    CPD hours: 
    6

    Foundations of Literacy: A seminar with Sue Palmer

    Literacy doesn’t come naturally to human beings. In order to become committed readers and writers, children must first develop a wide range of abilities that underpin literacy acquisition – abilities that depend upon the right sort of support and experiences in their early years.Read more

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