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Multi-Agency Training

In order to support Practitioners working with children, young people and their families, there is a wide range of training that is delivered by services within Gloucestershire County Council or community partners.  This multi-agency training can be accessed by both internal and external agencies including early years providers, schools, health and voluntary organisations.

For further information, please click on the relevant green drop-down below.

 

Advisory Teaching Service Training

The Advisory Teaching Service (ATS) provide a range of training and support including Autism, FIZZY coaching and supporting pupils with literacy needs.

As well the advertised training all teams can offer bespoke training for your setting.  Please discuss your needs with your advisory teacher.

For further information regarding training available please click HERE.

Additional details including contact information can be found online at Advisory Teaching Service.

Community Partners Training

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

Inclusion Development Programme

Early Years Team Training

The Early Years Service provide early years and childcare courses in Gloucestershire, which are designed to support implementation of the Early Years Foundation Stage and are delivered by the Local Authority Early Years Service team and colleagues.  Training includes Gloucestershire Total Communication (GTC) and Managing Behaviour.

For further information and details of current training, please click HERE.

Educational Psychology Service Training

The Educational Psychology Service (EPS) provide a range of training and support including ELSA, Nurture Groups and Emotion Coaching as well as the interventions that our educational psychologists can deliver directly with children and young people.

For further information regarding training available please click HERE.

Graduated Pathway of Early Help & Support Training

We are currently transforming core training packages for virtual learning delivery through a platform called Moodle and the Big Blue Button. This approach enables creative learning and learner interaction as well as direct  facilitator support, interaction with other learners and creative mediums such as videos and images. It is exciting to be able to think of how we deliver training in new and creative ways but this will take some time for us to be able to fully develop and start to use. We will put updates on these pages once we have a training pathway and dates finalised so please do come back regularly to find out more.

Neglect Training

Neglect Toolkit Training Workshop

This training will develop awareness and recognition of ‘neglect’ and the impact that neglect may have on children and young people.

For further details, including bookings, please visit the 'Training and Workshops' section of the Directory, which can be accessed by clicking HERE.

NSPCC Training

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