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Education CPD Events in September 2018

  • Facilities Scotland

    Facilities Scotland delivers a powerful combination of senior decision makers and purchase influencers from across the UK’s industrial; commercial and public sectors. With a compelling range of unique educational content available to the visitor and a wide and varied exhibitor offering; this is the “must attend” event for all facilities professionals.

  • Health & Safety Scotland

    Health & Safety Scotland has been developed to suit anyone responsible for health and safety at work. Uniquely co-located with Fire Safety Scotland and Facilities Scotland; Health & Safety Scotland is the perfect education and networking opportunity for anyone responsible for running a safe and efficient workplace; anywhere in the UK.

  • The Prysm Group

    Future Resource Expo

    Future Resource Expo is an exhibition event which provides delegates with a range of education seminars to attend throughout the day. In total there will be 21 seminars running each day. The seminars will focus on innovative solutions and advancements within specific sectors of the sustainability & renewables industry; whilst also showcasing state-of-the art products; technology and trends.

  • Open Forum Events

    Brexit: A Degree of Clarity

    With the UK on the cliff-edge of leaving the European Union and facing a consequential ‘brain drain’ of fleeing academics; Open Forum Events is collaborating with some of the UK’s leading higher education experts and Brexit strategists to present Brexit: Graduating the European Union. Changes to infrastructure; funding; international-intake; mobility and research are on the horizon. Institutions across Britain are already reporting the toughest ever student recruitment season as a decline in UK school leavers choosing to continue their studies and a drop-off in interest from EU students has resulted in a sharp fall in university applications for the first time since 2012.

  • MA Education

    Early Help: Opportunities; Innovation and Effective Practice

    National conference for all professionals involved in the commissioning and delivery of early intervention services and support for children and families. This is CYP Now’s sixth annual ‘Early Help’ conference. Effective early help for children; young people and families is essential to prevent problems escalating into damaging and costly crises. Given sustained spending pressures and sharp rises in child protection investigations; children entering care; mental health problems; and a worrying surge in serious youth violence; the sharing of ideas and expertise of what works in the arena of early help is as important as ever.

  • Down Syndrome Training & Support Service

    Introduction to Down Syndrome

    This session will introduce Down syndrome to people who have little experience of working with children with Down syndrome and cover society’s view of Down syndrome; health implications;; strengths and weaknesses in the classroom and outline ways to address the specific learning needs and manage behaviours of children with Down syndrome.

  • MA Education

    Putting physical development back into early years provision

    This event is designed to provide a specific focus on the physical development area of early learning. Putting physical development back into early years provision is designed to support you in developing your understanding of why this prime area of learning is of such fundamental importance to a child’s current development and future outcomes; and how you can both improve your provision in this area; and evidence your practice to Ofsted. Through an engaging mix of speakers presenting seminars and workshops; Putting physical development back into early years provision will ask key questions; challenge current thinking; and foster debate.

  • Ascentis

    Ascentis ‘Introducing British Values to your curriculum’ Workshop

    The workshops will discuss ways to embed and deliver core British Values into education curriculum and give delegates the opportunity to share best practice. The workshop will involve interactive discussions and activities around the following; democracy; rule of law; individual liberty and terrorism. The workshops will be based on the Ascentis Level 1 Award in Understanding British Values and Entry 3 Level Award in Introduction to British Values qualifications and discuss how education environments can deliver British Values in line with OFSTED principals.

  • British Aerosol Manufacturers' Association (BAMA)

    The Labelling of Aerosols

    This one day course will train regulatory specialists in how to label aerosols; looking at the evidence to conclude what is good and bad labelling. The workshop will include process exercises. 

  • Child Bereavement UK

    Creative ways of working with bereaved children

    Explore creative ways of helping children express themselves and communicate when someone important in their life is dying or has died.

  • Child Bereavement UK

    Working with bereaved teenagers

    Understand more about teenagers’ responses to grief to help you communicate with them and provide appropriate support.

  • MA Education

    10th National Conference: Pupil Premium & Ofsted: Ensuring Successful Outcome

    With school funding under huge pressure and strong accountability in place; it is now more vital than ever to maximise the potential of your Pupil Premium Grant. Join a range of innovative schools; pioneering head teachers; senior leaders; teachers and Pupil Premium specialists to discuss practical Pupil Premium strategies to help you deliver high-quality teaching; identify and break down barriers to learning both in and out of the classroom; implement effective interventions; close the vocabulary gap; improve your planning; delivery; monitoring and evaluation – and ultimately raise attainment for Pupil Premium and disadvantaged students.

  • Ascentis

    Ascentis ‘Introducing British Values to your curriculum’ Workshop

    The workshops will discuss ways to embed and deliver core British Values into education curriculum and give delegates the opportunity to share best practice. The workshop will involve interactive discussions and activities around the following; democracy; rule of law; individual liberty and terrorism. The workshops will be based on the Ascentis Level 1 Award in Understanding British Values and Entry 3 Level Award in Introduction to British Values qualifications and discuss how education environments can deliver British Values in line with OFSTED principals.

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