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Managing children's anxiety in school02 Dec
This training workshop will explore what anxiety is and how it presents in children and young people in school.
Identifying and responding to child sexual exploitation (CSE)03 Dec
Enhance your understanding of how children and young people become involved in child sexual exploitation (CSE), consider the impact of their involvement, and learn about strategies for responding and providing protection and support.
A creative skills approach to the arts for 0-5s04 Dec
This fun, interactive training will deepen your understanding of why the arts and creativity are so key for babies and young children, share practical ideas to inspire creativity for both staff and children, and tackle some of the barriers early years professionals can face when looking to improve children’s access to expressive arts and creativity within their setting.
Relationships and the brain: helping children and young people build resilience05 Dec
This workshop will focus on how the relationships that practitioners and carers build with children and young people, in good and challenging times, mould developing brains and can trigger positive changes to help build resilience.
Trauma-informed practice: understanding bereavement, trauma and loss09 Dec
Improve your practice by learning more about the impact of trauma and grief and what can be done to support yourself and others to deal with adversity.
Child protection officer training10 Dec
This training will enable you to become familiar with the roles and responsibilities of the child protection officer so you can develop competence and confidence in carrying out this role.
Principles and guidelines for children and young people’s participation (webinar)10 Dec
This free, one-hour webinar will share Children in Scotland’s recently updated principles and guidelines for children and young people’s participation.
Being real with self-care: feeling good, working well12 Dec
Making conscious decisions to care for ourselves is necessary to support us in our wellbeing.
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