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  • Date
    23.Aug.2017
    Venue: 
    Edinburgh
    Time: 
    9.30-15.30 (full day)
    Event type: 
    Cost
    £89.00
    CPD hours: 
    6

    Chatta: Language and Communication training session

    Children in Scotland is delighted to partner with Chatta to offer an interactive, practical training session aimed at developing communication and language among children in early years settings. The session will feature: An overview of the importance of spoken language An introduction and overview...Read more

  • Date
    24.Aug.2017
    Venue: 
    Dundee
    Time: 
    9.30-15.30 (full day)
    Event type: 
    Cost
    £79.00

    Mindfulness work with children and young people - Part 2

    This workshop follows on from the introductory training course and is designed for those who have attended the initial course and have begun to use techniques in their work or are considering the development of a Mindfulness programme.Read more

  • Date
    25.Aug.2017
    Venue: 
    Edinburgh
    Time: 
    9.30-15.30 (full day)
    Event type: 
    Cost
    £79.00

    The Nurture Factor: Supporting better environments and learning for two-year-olds

    This one-day training workshop has been designed to provide an opportunity for all practitioners working in the early learning and childcare sector to focus on the particular needs of two-year-old children.Read more

  • Date
    29.Aug.2017
    Venue: 
    Dundee
    Time: 
    9.30-15.30 (full day)
    Event type: 
    Cost
    £79.00

    Child protection for all: an introduction and refresher

    Even the most experienced among us will benefit from learning about updated legislation and new practice. This workshop provides an overview of what child protection is, what your individual and organisation's roles and responsibilities are, and what steps to take should you feel a child requires your support.Read more

  • Date
    30.Aug.2017
    Venue: 
    Edinburgh
    Time: 
    9.30-15.30 (full day)
    Event type: 
    Cost
    £79.00

    SOLD OUT: Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders: Supporting children and young people

    This workshop gives insight to the wide range of conditions encompassed by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) and explores practical ways in which to support children and young people affected by them.Read more

  • Date
    15.Sep.2017
    Venue: 
    Edinburgh
    Time: 
    9.30-15.30 (full day)
    Event type: 
    Cost
    £79.00

    Understanding bereavement, trauma and loss: a workshop on grief-informed practice

    This one day course will support you in your role to learn about the impact of trauma and grief and what can be done to support ourselves and others to deal with such adversities.Read more

  • Date
    21.Sep.2017
    Venue: 
    EDINBURGH
    Time: 
    Full day
    Event type: 
    Cost
    £79.00

    SOLD OUT: Mindfulness and Anger Management

    This workshop is designed for anyone working with children or young people whose levels of anger have become a source of concern.Read more

  • Date
    26.Sep.2017
    Venue: 
    Edinburgh
    Time: 
    9.30-15.30 (full day)
    Event type: 
    Cost
    £79.00

    Positive mental health in children and young people

    Just as first aid can help prevent physical injury from becoming worse, mental health first aid can support improvement in mental wellbeing.Read more

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

    Girls and autism: with Sarah Hendrickx

    Despite the increasing numbers of girls being diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, girls are still less likely to be identified than boys. Research shows that this can be due to a number of reasons, such as girls being more able to interact socially through delayed imitation. As a result, they are often not referred for diagnosis and miss out on suitable support.Read more

  • Date
    04.Oct.2017
    Venue: 
    Glasgow
    Time: 
    9.30-15.30 (full day)
    Event type: 
    Cost
    £79.00

    Supporting children and young people who internalise their distress

    There are many reasons why children internalise their distress rather than act out. They can become invisible to those working with them - they are often seen as quiet, shy, well behaved children - when actually, they are in pain.Read more

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