- Aims and principles of first aid.
- Prevention of cross-infection during first aid procedures.
- Basic life support (CPR).
- Management of the unconscious casualty.
- Assessment and treatment of a casualty who is wounded, bleeding or shocked.
- How to deal with burns, poisoning and eye injuries.
- Assessment and treatment of common major and minor illnesses, including fractures, dislocation, head injuries, epilepsy and diabetes.
- Managing asthma attacks and choking.
- Legal aspects of first aid at work – record keeping and use of equipment
An overview of current evidence-based literacy/dyslexia interventions addressing the needs of pupils with difficulties in:
These will include computer based and non computer based interventions.
Increased awareness and confidence in selecting appropriate interventions to meet the varying needs of pupils in your school.
This course is comprised of a suite of pre-recorded presentations and a follow up webinar.
Registered participants will be able to download a suite of pre-recorded presentations early in the 2023 Spring Term. It is recommended that schools then ensure senior leaders and all relevant members of staff have access to these presentations to ensure the school adopts a robust strategic approach to KS1 and KS2 statutory assessment and reporting processes.
The suite of presentations will include the following:
- Statutory Assessment overview
- Assessment administration and maladministration
- Teacher assessment and moderation
- Data submission
The webinar will provide participants with:
- Statutory assessment updates since the publication of the suite of presentations
- A brief refresher on the key aspects schools should be considering prior to test administration and data submission
- A question and answer session
- benefit from secure and robust assessment processes in their school
- gain an insight into the assessment requirements for 2022/2023
- be able to identify considerations and implications for their own school assessment arrangements
- be secure in their statutory assessment and reporting arrangements and processes for 2022/2023
Senior Leaders and Assessment Leads
This workshop is the Safer Recruitment Consortium accredited, updated version of the Safer Recruitment training for Headteachers, school Governors and other staff who are likely to sit on interview panels or appoint staff.
It is still a requirement for every school appointments panel to include at least one member who has completed the Safer Recruitment training.
Course content provides clear explanations of government guidance regarding the safer recruitment process. It also includes an update of the most recent legislation changes (Keeping Children Safe in Education) and the pre-employment checking process that impacts on Safeguarding and Child Protection.
It is recommended that you refresh your training every 5 years.
- be safer and have safeguarding needs met in a more appropriate and timely manner
- have an awareness and understanding of offender behaviour
- be able to identify the key features of staff recruitment that helps deter or prevent the appointment of unsuitable people
- be able to consider policies and practices that minimise opportunities for abuse
- begin to review their own and their settings policies and practices, with a view to making them safer
- be safer organisations
- comply with government guidance and legislation
All Headteachers, school Governors, Business Managers and other staff likely to sit on interview panels or administer staff appointment