Early Learning and Childcare Bitesize Training Sessions

What are the aims of the Bite size training?

To support practitioners in:

  • Developing their knowledge and understanding of the National Standard for ELC Providers
  • Engaging with the East Lothian ELC Quality Assurance Guidance to identify development priorities
  • Focussing on their role in leading change and supporting staff in taking this forward
  • Developing a highly skilled and confident workforce within their setting and across East Lothian

Who is the training for?

Managers, Senior Early Years Practitioners, Leads and Practitioners working in Local Authority and Funded Provider settings

Each bite size will be 1 hour long via a Google Meet.

National Induction Process

  • Reflecting on high quality practice through the National Standards and ELC Quality Assurance Document
  • Developing your knowledge and understanding the National Induction Resource
  • Developing your induction process

06/05/21 4.45pm -5.45pm

National Induction Process

Child Planning Meeting Process

  • Provide an overview of the East Lothian Child’s Planning Framework
  • Provide a reminder of National Practice Model
  • Share the documentation linked to the Child’s Planning Framework
  • Confirm an understanding of the different roles, including that of an SEYP/Lead Practitioner, within the process

10.05.21 4.45pm -5.45pm

Child Planning Meeting Process

Leading learning – Leading planning; monitoring planning and learning; evaluating planning process

  • To give participants the opportunity to explore…
  • Using East Lothian Planning Guidance, CfE and East Lothian frameworks to underpin high quality learning
  • Identify the importance of monitoring learning and provide practical ways to implement in the setting
  • Share effective leading of learning that is inclusive of staff and child voice
  • Supporting evaluation of planning in your setting

18/05/2021 4.45pm -5.45pm

Leading Learning

Nursery policies and procedures

  • Share with practitioners the policies and guidance that is readily available and where they can access them
  • Provide guidance on creating their own policies, procedures and guidance within their settings
  • Highlight any online/Learnpro modules they can participate in to support
  • Identify any support that you can offer in your capacity of health and safety manager

27.05.2021 4.45pm -5.45pm

Nursery Policy and Procedures

Inclusion – What does Inclusion look like in an Early Years Setting?

  • To understand what is meant by Inclusion
  • To be aware of the legal requirements and expectations
  • To explore what inclusion looks like in an early years setting
  • To be aware of the National Standards around Inclusion
  • To develop an understanding of how to support individuals with tools such as Building Connections

 01.06.21 4.45pm -5.45pm

Inclusion

The Deferral Process – supporting children in their deferred year

  • To review the deferral process
  • To understand the collection of information required to support a deferral application – what and when
  • To understand the role of the setting in supporting a child through their deferred year – expectations, plans and impact on the child’s development

08.06.21 4.45pm -5.45pm

The Deferral Process

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