STEM Scotland 10 March 2020 | Dynamic Earth, Edinburgh
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If your school is either interested in OR currently working towards the Unicef Rights Respecting Schools Award (RRSA) you’ll definitely want to come along to the two-part Inscool twilight workshop! Taking place across two twilight sessions on the 7th and 14th of November, the workshop will be co-facilitated by local RRSA co-ordinators.
Unicef have provided their full support to Inscool in the knowledge that the project themes and ambitions within Scottish education are directly linked to the tasks and challenges schools currently undertake on their RRSA journey.
What’s on offer?
Inscool can bring rich benefits to both you as a practitioner and to your school as a whole. Here are just a few of reasons to get involved:
If you have any questions, get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org.
Let’s Talk About Attachment & Trauma Difficulties In Children & Young People
Really Practical Ways to Support
A One Day Conference
25th October 2019, Glasgow
Knowledge updates and takeaway plenty of practical ideas, strategies and resources that you can use tomorrow!
A ‘MUST’ attend conference for all professionals who support children and young people particularly in education, social care and health settings
Event Partners: Barnardo’s Scotland and Mellow Parenting
The Annual Autism Conference 2020
Friday 28th February 2020, Falkirk
Keynote Speaker: World-renowned autism expert Brenda Smith Myles, Ph.D., USA
A fantastic day of learning, knowledge updates, practical strategies and tips so you can make a real difference to the children & young people you support with ASD.
More information can be found online at www.medicacpd.com or by calling 0141 638 4098.
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Starts: Monday 28 October 2019
Time required: Four hours a week
Duration: Six weeks
Our successful MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) helps you explore and develop an understanding of the approaches involved in caring for vulnerable children.
In this free online course, we’ll help you explore some of the issues involved in undertaking this task. We’ll consider:
It’s suitable for anyone who may come into contact with children who are vulnerable, such as:
No special software is required and the course is accessible on mobile, tablet and desktop.
The Caring for Vulnerable Children MOOC is delivered through FutureLearn in partnership with the University of Strathclyde and CELCIS.
The course is run over six weeks, and you can choose where and when you learn.
As part of Adoption Week Scotland 2019, Scottish Adoption would like to invite you to attend a free CPD training event. Following on from the success and responses from the delegates of the Adoption Voices Conference 2018, Another Brick in the Wall has been designed specifically for teachers and draws on the experiences of adopted children within education. The training has been designed by and will be facilitated on the day by the Scottish Adoption Teen Ambassadors.
For more information on the workshop and to book your free place, click on this link http://bit.ly/FreeTeacherWorkshop. Please book a place by Friday the 8th of November and do pass on this email to any colleagues you think may be interested in attending.
We look forward to seeing you on the day!
Our Programme for schools and our teachers’ CPD is fully funded by the Scottish Government so comes at no cost to the schools or local authorities.
The programme has been running for 12 years and in that time we have worked with over 1000 schools from across Scotland. It was created to support the development of enterprise, employability and entrepreneurial skills in young people and to promote awareness of social enterprise as a way of doing better business in Scotland. Our aims are to:
Our CPD sessions are titled: Understanding Social Enterprise and they are Education Scotland accredited. They are open to all school staff from nursery, primary, secondary and ASN schools who are keen to develop an understanding of social enterprise. As part of the CPD, participants are welcome to register on the day for further pupils workshops and ongoing support (again fully funded by Scottish Government). We find that our course works best as a full or half-day session, however, we can tailor this to a twilight session should this work better for schools and Local Authorities. The sessions, led by social entrepreneurs provide participants with a great introduction to social enterprise in an educational setting. Whilst exploring real-life examples participants gain the skills and knowledge to deepen their understanding of the realities of setting up and running a school-based social enterprise and discover how these experiences can support young people to develop their entrepreneurial and employability skills.
Monday 28th October 2019