This course is designed to equip School Principals and Management Team Members with an understanding of their overarching health & safety responsibilities. It aims to provide key information on what they must do to safeguard those they have a duty of care towards.
This course is designed to equip teaching staff with an understanding of the important contribution they make in ensuring successful health and safety management in schools. The course also covers the principles of health & safety by exploring some of the common hazards present in schools, the risks they pose and how they can be controlled.
This course is aimed at individuals who have a ‘day to day’ responsibility for property maintenance. It focuses on issues surrounding control of contractors, legionella, asbestos, fire safety and other key areas of property risk.
This course is aimed at individuals who organise or coordinate school trips. It takes a practical look at some of the key considerations needed when planning and delivering school trips, to ensure the health, safety, and wellbeing of the children under their supervision.
This course aims to provide school nurses with a better understanding of their health & safety responsibilities as well as highlighting and clarifying the importance of the adherence to the EA Administration of Medications in Schools Policy. The course also covers care plans, their importance and best practice requirements.
This course is aimed at staff who have a duty of care for anyone with diabetes. The course explains what diabetes is and what to look out for. It covers how it is diagnosed, managed and how school staff can support a child living with diabetes.
This course is aimed at those who care for children within an educational setting. It offers practical guidance on allergy management and explains how to offer comprehensive support to children with allergies.
This course is designed for designated teaching staff who have a duty of care to people with Epilepsy and require an understanding of epilepsy and the administration of buccal / rectal diazepam. This course follows the guidelines laid down by the Joint Epilepsy Council.
This course is aimed at teaching staff to help them gain an understanding of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) and how these can affect the children under their care. The information gained will assist teaching staff to help children with ASDs reach their full potential.
The course is aimed at teaching staff to help them gain a better understanding of the the causes of challenging or aggressive behaviour within the school environment. It aims to provide learners with the knowledge and skills to manage such situations in an appropriate manner.
This course is appropriate for anyone that comes into contact or works with children. The course aims to raise awareness of child safeguarding and the key responsibilities of individuals that work with children, or their families.
This course is aimed at individuals who have been appointed as a designated or deputy safeguarding officer and require the appropriate training. The course will provide details on what the role involves and will provide individuals with an in-depth understanding of the safeguarding processes within an educational setting.
This course is aimed at teaching staff of all levels. It aims to provide them with a general insight into common mental health conditions and provide practical techniques to apply or share, to promote positive mental health and wellbeing among colleagues and the children they have a duty of care towards.
This course is aimed at teachers who wish to obtain practical techniques to enhance the resilience of the children they teach and have a duty of care towards.
This course is aimed at all staff working with a school. It provides learners with the knowledge and skills to prevent and control the spread of infections within an educational or related setting.
This course is designed for staff who are taking on the role of a Covid Warden for their school. The training provides information about the role, the disease and covers the fundamentals of infection prevention and control for Covid-19, as well as tips and resources.
This course is aimed at school staff who are required to assume the role of the fire warden during a fire evacuation. It also aims to provide individuals with the knowledge required to aid the responsible person deliver upon basic fire safety duties.
This qualification is for school staff that work in an environment with hazardous substances exist. The course aims to raises awareness of the dangers associated with hazardous substances and the practical steps that can be taken to eliminate or reduce the risks that they present.
This course is appropriate for anyone who is required to undertake basic manual handling activities as part of their job role. The course will provide the theoretical knowledge and practical skills needed to help safeguard them from the associated risks.
This course aims to provide students with an understanding of the fire safety issues in a school. In turn, this will help to develop a culture of fire prevention and fire protection and ensure that students understand what to do in an evacuation situation.
This course is designed for children aged 11- 16 and aims to equip them with CPR and other lifesaving skills to utilise on the event of a medical emergency. The course is largely practical based transferring key messages in a fun and interactive way.
This course aims to provide children with a profound understanding of the concept of digital wellbeing and increased awareness on how it relates to their performance, health and wellbeing. Delegates will be inspired to make changes to their current tech habits.
This course is aimed at young people between the ages of 14 – 18. The course aims to provide a light introduction to mental health, what it is and what steps can be taken in every day life to ensure mental wellbeing. The course also covers what children should do if they find they are struggling with the mental health.