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Training, Events and Newsletters

If you are looking for training modules to support Graduated Pathway, please click here.

In this section there are services offering training for practitioners, either coming to your place of work to train your whole team, or running one off training days that you may wish to attend.  Simply enter your keyword in the search box at the top of the page to find services offering training in your area of interest.

You will also find details of events such as workshops, roadshows and open days in the Events section.

There is a variety of training available for Activity Providers wishing to support children and young people with additional needs. The training can help you develop positive attitudes, increase your understanding, and develop your skills and knowledge to be able to welcome and include disabled children or young people into your group.

There is help available to you if you feel you need advice or assistance in relation to an individual disabled child or young person who is already attending your group.  For more information, click on the documents on the right hand side of the screen.  

Early Help Forums

Early Help Forum

Stroud

Wednesday 6th February
13:30 - 15:00
Venue: Community Room at Stroud Fire Station

Wednesday 26th June
13:30 - 15:30
Venue TBC

Gloucester

Wednesday 6th February
9:15 meet for 9:30 start
Venue - Gloucester South Fire Station (Skillzone)
Topic: Emergency Services

Wednesday 12th June
9:15 meet for 9:30 start
Venue: Spartans Rugby Club (Kingsholm)

GCC Training Programmes

Inclusion Training and Resources from Active Impact

The Support and Guidance for Inclusion of disabled young people in community groups booklet has been compiled by Active Impact.  It is packed with information and guidance about what is meant by Inclusion; top tips, training, support, resources and networks to help your group become more inclusive.  Download the PDF or contact us to receive a copy.

Inclusion Needs You training

What can we do to be more Inclusive? training

 

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