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Mindfulness and working with anger01 Mar
This workshop is designed for anyone working with children or young people whose levels of anger have become a source of concern.
Create a class of Number Ninjas: games, puzzles and engaging activities for mental maths01 Mar
Come along and have some fun with numbers in this active course where we will explore a wide range of activities to add some oomph to your mental maths lessons.
Positive mental health in children and young people04 Mar
While this one-day course does not train you to become a mental health professional, it will give you an invaluable understanding of mental health and relevant strategies to support young people.
Designated Child Protection Officer06 Mar
This full day training workshop will enable you to become familiar with the role and responsibilities of the designated child protection officer and develop competence and confidence in carrying out this role, as underpinned by the values and principles of the GIRFEC approach.
Solution-focused approach to bereavement08 Mar
This training workshop will look at how to support children, young people and their families experiencing bereavement using a solution-focused approach.
Positive pathways for young people who have displayed harmful sexual behaviour15 Mar
Research suggests that around a third of sexual abuse is caused by children and young people themselves, and numbers of young people being charged with sexual offences in Scotland are rising. Professionals and carers must ensure they have the knowledge to see the signs and take appropriate action.
Supporting children and young people who internalise their distress15 Mar
This workshop will explore why some children are unable to show their feelings in a way that helps them access help and support. You will learn how to recognise, support and communicate effectively with these children when they need you most.
Nurturing citizenship in the early years19 Mar
This research-based seminar will explore the meaning of citizenship and consider the ways in which early learning and childcare settings can support children to become responsible citizens.
Biting back: Transforming food experiences for Scotland's children20 Mar
Building on our successful conference in June 2017, this upcoming event will focus on the latest research, creative approaches and current projects aimed at improving the health and wellbeing of children and their families, including increasing nourishment, reducing hunger and improving nutrition.
Promoting emotional wellbeing in children and young people on the autism spectrum21 Mar
This seminar provides an understanding of the relationship between anxiety and autism, recognising the impact of anxiety on individuals with autism, and supports you to develop strategies to promote wellbeing.
Substance use and young people22 Mar
This training is designed for those who want to improve their knowledge and skills of appropriate intervention techniques for use with young people whose use of alcohol and other drugs is causing harm or potential harm.
Making a difference: A day of learning for Pupil Support Assistants23 Mar
This year Enquire, the Scottish advice service for additional support for learning, is offering a valuable training opportunity for pupil support assistants. In partnership with Renfrewshire Council and My Rights, My Say the national children’s service supporting children aged 12 - 15 exercise their rights, we are pleased to offer a FREE event geared particularly to the needs of pupil support staff.
Attunement in practice: working with children and young people26 Mar
Attunement describes a harmonious and responsive interaction where those involved share positive emotions and cooperate with each other.
Voices Forum Meeting: considering inequalities in education27 Mar
Our next meeting of the Voices Forum will focus on education and how current Scottish Government policy is supporting children and young people.
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders: Supporting children and young people28 Mar
This workshop will give insight into the wide range of conditions encompassed by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) and explore practical ways in which to support children and young people affected by them.
Online safety in Scotland: Keeping children safe in the digital world29 Mar
This training focuses on the latest technology trends, including what apps children and young people are using. Learn about online safety risks for both children and professionals, about the national policy landscape designed to prevent and respond to those risks, and how to develop an action plan for next steps.
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