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27
Sep
2017

Wed, 27 Sep 2017 9:00 am
5 Wells Teaching School
5 Wells Teaching School
Barnwell Rd, Wellingborough NN8, UK
£75.00

This session has been postponed awaiting an update of the Government's Prevent Strategy.  If you would like us to contact you when a new date has been scheduled, please complete the Waiting List request below.  

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Prevent Awareness Initial Training Course

The UK government has recently placed a legal duty on schools to have due regard to the need to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism.

In order to fulfil this legal duty schools must understand what is expected of them. They must be aware of the practical steps that they can take to implement effective safeguarding systems and must develop a good understanding of the nature of these rapidly evolving issues.

We offer training that covers the key points of the Prevent Duty, Channel Duty and schools requirements under the Counter Terrorism & Security Act 2015.

Also included is a consultation on how to create a risk assessment that covers all the key elements of Prevent.

Training will incorporate:

  • Prevent Duty training for up to 30 participants.
  • Materials and resources, including certificates for attendance on half-day course if required.
  • Signposting to websites and Home Office documentation that will assist with your staff’s development and learning.
  • Phone support
  • Strategy document for SMT
  • Risk Assessment & Action Plan support/development

The training is delivered didactically with the use of PowerPoint and some video clips. The session usually runs for 3 hours, which includes a coffee break. We try and bring our training to life using real life case studies; some of the cases are local cases that we have worked on.

£75.00 1
28
Sep
2017

Thu, 28 Sep 2017 4:00 pm -6:00 pm
5 Wells Teaching School
5 Wells Teaching School
Barnwell Rd, Wellingborough NN8, UK
£35.00

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Online Safety Training - Staff Awareness Session

This is a 2 hour session for E-Safety Awareness for teaching staff, practitioners and staff involved with working with young people.

- The importance of being safe using social media

- Advice and guidance on ways to keep young people safe online

- Warning signs for online grooming

- Where to find effective resources

- Support within e-safety

- Case studies

- What laws and consequences fit in with E-Safety

- Consequences of the digital footprint

- Advice on how to deal with E-Safety concerns in your setting

£35.00 20
02
Oct
2017

Mon, 02 Oct 2017 9:00 am -3:30 pm
5 Wells Teaching School
5 Wells Teaching School
Barnwell Rd, Wellingborough NN8, UK
£125 per person - includes lunch

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Most people struggle to note take, however, to be able to produce accurate meeting minutes, minute takers need to be skilled at note taking.

This course will give delegates tools and techniques to work assertively with the Chair person to enable a smoothly run meeting. The day contains plenty of note taking practise and practise in producing different styles of minutes.  How to lay out minutes in an easy to record format
will also be covered.


Who should attend:     Anyone who needs to note take and produce minutes of meetings.

By the end of the course you will be able to:
  State the responsibilities of the minute taker
  Identify the appropriate position to sit in a room to take minutes effectively
  Work with the Chair to help you take effective notes
  Be selective in recording information and note taking
  Identify how to interject for clarity
  Use a format to ensure key information is recorded on the minutes template
  Lay out information in a style suited to you
  Write the action points from the meeting notes
  Develop and extend their note taking style following practise sessions
  Produce action and summary based minutes based on their notes from the course

 

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£125.00 8
12
Oct
2017

Thu, 12 Oct 2017 9:30 am -12:30 pm
5 Wells Teaching School
5 Wells Teaching School
Barnwell Rd, Wellingborough NN8, UK
£100.00

This session is now full

 

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As you may be aware, the DfE are in the process of updating their School Data software and RaiseOnline will soon be replaced by ASP.

Quote from DfE website:

  • The Department for Education (DfE) are launching a new service, which will provide schools and other existing user groups with detailed performance analysis to support local school improvement as a replacement to RAISEonline. We hope to have this ready in late April/early May. The name of the new service will be announced as soon as confirmed.
  • The current RAISEonline service will be available until Monday 31 July 2017. This will allow users to familiarise themselves with the new service and provide feedback before the current one is taken offline.  
  • During this period of dual running we will continue to develop the new service and plan to release an updated version in July 2017. During this time, we will also seek your feedback through formal testing and user surveys which are built into the new service. 
  • Inspectors will continue to use the data available in the existing summary report and inspection dashboard to prepare for inspections, until 2017 datasets are released in the autumn term.

We have scheduled training from our expert facilitators to take you through the new system and ensure that you are comfortable with how it all works and where to find all of the data you, as a school, need.  We have built in a little leeway into our date to try to ensure that the training will coincide with the release of the 2017 data.

These sessions will fill very quickly so we are offering you the opportunity to book your slot now - if we have to change the date we will advise as quickly as possible.

Multi booking discount.  £100 for the first delegate, £75 for second and subsequent delegates

£100.00 1
12
Oct
2017

Thu, 12 Oct 2017 1:00 pm -4:00 pm
5 Wells Teaching School
5 Wells Teaching School
Barnwell Rd, Wellingborough NN8, UK
£100.00

This session is now full

 

laptop

 

As you may be aware, the DfE are in the process of updating their School Data software and RaiseOnline will soon be replaced by ASP.

Quote from DfE website:

  • The Department for Education (DfE) are launching a new service, which will provide schools and other existing user groups with detailed performance analysis to support local school improvement as a replacement to RAISEonline. We hope to have this ready in late April/early May. The name of the new service will be announced as soon as confirmed.
  • The current RAISEonline service will be available until Monday 31 July 2017. This will allow users to familiarise themselves with the new service and provide feedback before the current one is taken offline.  
  • During this period of dual running we will continue to develop the new service and plan to release an updated version in July 2017. During this time, we will also seek your feedback through formal testing and user surveys which are built into the new service. 
  • Inspectors will continue to use the data available in the existing summary report and inspection dashboard to prepare for inspections, until 2017 datasets are released in the autumn term.

We have scheduled training from our expert facilitators to take you through the new system and ensure that you are comfortable with how it all works and where to find all of the data you, as a school, need.  We have built in a little leeway into our date to try to ensure that the training will coincide with the release of the 2017 data.

These sessions will fill very quickly so we are offering you the opportunity to book your slot now - if we have to change the date we will advise as quickly as possible.

Multi booking discount.  £100 for the first delegate, £75 for second and subsequent delegates

£100.00

Contact Us

5 Wells Teaching School Alliance

Redwell Primary School
Barnwell Road
Wellingborough
Northamptonshire
NN8 5LQ

Send us an EMail

Phone: 01933 400549

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