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Supporting children and young people who self-harm01 May
This course is designed to improve working practice, knowledge and skills by exploring the key issues associated with self harm. You’ll explore what self harm is (and is not), why people self harm, and how to support someone who self harms, including good and bad practice, and discussions of useful tools and techniques to employ.
Mindfulness: 8-week twilight course02 May
This eight-week certified course will consist of eight two-hour evening classes, which will explore mindfulness, share a broad range of techniques and explore the long-term impact of mindfulness practice.
Encouraging Creativity: Creative and critical thinking in early years education03 May
This training will explore the many factors that contribute to children's creative and critical thinking, from the impact of the environment to working together with parents.
Supporting learners with autism in non-education settings08 May
The autism spectrum is wide and varied, and this course offers an understanding of the different ways a learner with autism needs support.
Working with children and young people who have experienced traumatic stress16 May
This training explores the developmental impact of trauma and introduces you to working with traumatic stress using the Attachment, Self-Regulation and Competency (ARC) framework.
Designated child protection officer training16 May
This training will enhance your understanding of the role and responsibilities of the designated child protection officer and develop competence and confidence in carrying out this role, underpinned by the values and principles of GIRFEC.
Growing up: discussing puberty and change with children with learning disabilities21 May
This practical training workshop will help you understand how having a learning disability and/or autism affects the way young people learn about sex and relationships.
Autism and happiness: a seminar with Dr Peter Vermeulen23 May
Dr Peter Vermeulen will be speaking about current issues, research and best practice around supporting children and young people with ASD.
Children's Future Food Inquiry - Scottish Youth Panel reception23 May
This evening reception will provide the opportunity to hear about the Children's Future Food Inquiry report's recommendations for tackling food insecurity in the UK.
The dynamics of coercive control and its impact on children (FREE for members)28 May
This full-day, free seminar will explore the dynamics of coercive control, children's experiences and centring their voices in our support to them.
Signalong: giving children with communication difficulties a voice30 May
This training workshop will offer you a comprehensive introduction to Signalong. It will teach you a great number of signs including nouns, verbs and adjectives.
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