This interactive e-learning course is designed for staff to complete individually and it can be used to stimulate further discussion at a staff meeting or a conversation about an individual child. It will help you understand what autism spectrum disorders are like and the psychological theories that are associated with ASD.
Working through the programme will take you between 45-60 minutes; you can stop and resume the course at any time.
If you wish to purchase the course for £20 plus 20% VAT click the purchase course button on the right.
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This course is now live and is available for £25 per user plus 20% VAT. To access the course click the purchase course button.
Basic awareness training and outline of professional responsibilities to safeguard children and promote their welfare. To include an understanding of the Kent Safeguarding Children Board (KSCB) Threshold Criteria and how to make a referral to Specialist Children’s Services and an Early Help Notification. This course is only for Registered/Eligible Childminders.
Remember to use Google Chrome when accessing the course.
The General Data Protection Regulation comes into force on 25th May 2018 and changes the way that we need to comply with data protection requirements. This course will provide an overview of the GDPR and what the changes will mean for your schools.
It is important that everyone remains focused on how we use and protect data. We recommend that all staff complete this module as part of their induction; this learning will also form part of your school mandatory training cycle and should be revisited regularly.
Please note once you begin the course you will have 5 days to complete it.
This course is now live and available to take.
This free and easy to follow course is designed to support registered settings to understand what the term ‘Local Offer’ means, where it comes from and their legal obligations around their responsibility to publish their own Local Offer.
This course will support providers to reflect on their current offer for children and families with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) and enable them to write a ‘family friendly’ account of that, using the 12 questions template on the Kent Children And Families Information Service (CFIS) website’.
Please remember to view the course in Google Chrome.