SENDIASS are running a training session for professionals on Thursday 22 September 9.30am – 12.30pm online.
The training will be a brief update on SENDIASS, SEN Support and EHCP processes.
The session will be brief but enough to upskills professionals further on these subjects.
Please email Ask@nelsendiass.org.uk to book your place.
Young Minds Matter is the local mental health support provider for children and young people.
They offer the following training for professionals.
- Low mood/depression
- Physical Activity and Mental Health
- Suicidal Ideations
- What is mental health?
- Music and CYP Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health
- Social anxiety
Coming soon: Health anxiety
Each training package offers a pre and post evaluation of your skills, full training video presented by one of our practitioners, supporting videos and handouts.
This training covers both children and adult processes across the Humber Transforming Care Partnership.
Choose from one of the options below.
- Thursday 7 July 2022- 12:30-1:30pm
- Wednesday 13 July 2022- 10:00am-11:00am
To book onto this training please contact, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Council for Disabled Children has developed a suite of online training for CDC members and affiliated organisations and services. The courses have been developed to improve knowledge, understanding and practical skills and support in range of key areas that impact children and young people, particularly those with special educational needs and disability.
eLearning courses include:
- Introduction to Mental Health
- Introduction to Children’s Social Care
- Information, Advice and Support
- Holistic Outcomes in Education, Health and Care Plans
- Delivering Quality Annual Reviews *New
- Focus on Health Advice *New
- CETRs and DSRs
- Supporting Children and Young People with SEND and their families: SEND Basic Awareness Training Levels 1 and 2
Each module takes between 30-45 minutes to complete. The training is free to complete online from any computer/tablet. You can complete it at your own pace.
Workforce SEND Sleep Awareness Workshop
This 3-hour workshop delivered by KIDS Sleep practitioners, is for those staff working with children and young people age 1-18 years. On this course you will gain a basic awareness of children and young people’s sleep and the impact of sleep deprivation on their development and wellbeing. Understand sleep cycles and sleep needs. Understand factors that influence sleep. Identify the sleep problem. Look at bedtime routines and how to support a child/young person’s understanding.
- Tuesday 13 September 2022, 10am-1pm
- Friday 21 October 2022, 10am-1pm
- Monday 7 November 2022, 10am-1pm
Accredited three day Course delivered online by The Sleep Charity
Upcoming dates will be announced here.
Sleep Champion Workshop
Schools interested in improving attendance and attainment will benefit from having a Sleep Champion in their team.
During adolescence biological changes take place making it harder for youngsters to fall to sleep at night and this can lead many young people into crisis. Sleep Champions are trained to provide information to young people so that they can understand how to address these difficulties.
Sleep Champion is a course designed for professionals working in Secondary Schools.
Course is delivered via Sleep Charity e-learning module, followed by a 90 minute live session via zoom. You must complete all the online modules within 30 days.
Dates of 90 minute live session following e-learning.
Upcoming dates will be announced here.
To book your place or for more information on the courses, please contact Claire Earley, Claire.Earley@kids.org.uk or call 07590 494656.
It is our role as professionals to help young people to move into adulthood with opportunities to participate in our local community while maintaining their health and wellbeing, and with opportunities that suit them.
It is important that all professionals understand the whole network of services that are meaningful to parents and carers and children and young people throughout this time. From education and employment, to money, social care, and transport, there’s a lot to consider.
That’s is why we are holding a series of question and answer sessions for professionals that bring together education settings and services.
Watch the Q&A with an overview of the preparing for adulthood protocol and pathways, and speakers from Linkage College and Focus (adult social care).
Parents and carers and children and young people should know about the Preparing for Adult page. NELC SEND Local Offer | Preparing for adulthood and transition to adult life (nelincs.gov.uk).
Do you have children in your class who struggle with the language demands of the classroom, with Speech Language and Communication Needs?
Do they or may they have Developmental Language Disorder (DLD)?
Are you a teacher or Teaching Assistant looking to improve your understanding of DLD?
Do you want to know how and in which areas DLD affects teaching, learning and social and emotional skills?
Looking for actionable strategies that you can implement that are classroom-proven and work?
Moor House Research and Training Institute have created a series of webinars specifically aimed at helping staff in mainstream schools to support children and young people with DLD.
Find out more. Moor House School & College – DLD Webinar Series
There is a range of training for new and experienced professionals working with children and young people at different stages of their education.
You can learn to better support students and families, work with others within your educational setting and from other settings, and to perfect key practices like inclusion and Preparation for Adulthood.
Find courses for new SENCo’s, professionals wanting to create a more inclusive culture within their educational setting, working with parents, carers, and families.
Ted Ed – Stay Curious
Twinkl – Wellbeing Hub features over 500 resources covering almost 50 different topics to keep staff health, wellbeing and happiness at the forefront
Hirstwood – reasonably priced training with a SEND / sensory focus
Ed Tech Demonstrator Programme – Helping schools and colleges with support for remote education
Call Scotland – free webinars and free downloads available
The Communication Trust – Online short course – free introductory course: ‘An introduction to speech, language and communication’
Recovery College – on-line courses and resources on mental health issues
Twinkl – free home learning booklets from EYFS through to GCSE
Oxford Owl – Free e-books for ages 3 to 11, and range of how-to videos for maths. They also have a parents’ page which explains how spelling and grammar is taught in schools. If you ever wondered what a ‘fronted adverbial’ was, here’s your chance to find out!
Discovery Education – English, Maths and Science activities for KS1 and KS2 and also a section on coding
Scholastic – This US company have put together 20 days of cross-curricular projects to work through at home. The correct grade will need to be selected to match the UK year group:
- PreK and Kindergarten = Reception and Year 1
- Grades 1 and 2 = Year 2 and 3
- Grades 3-5 = Years 4, 5 and 6
- Grades 6+ = Year 7 onwards
Take the free CPD accredited training for teachers and SEND Professionals on 13 June from 4-5pm over Teams.
- Raising awareness and knowledge about the conditions
- Consider how affected children may present in schools
- Explore appropriate forms of educational support
New SLC E-Learning for Health e-Learning modules (Free access for all practitioners working with children and families)
For parent carers
Are parent carers asking you what is out there for them and their child? Tell them to visit the Local Offer Events and training page. It has training and events for a range of needs including autism, ADHD, early years, sleep, and for more.