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Managing Behaviour, Working with Children and Young People, Additional Support Needs
Introduction to managing conflict, anger and aggression in the primary years
Learn about how children may come to develop destructive reactions in attempting to have their needs met, and more importantly what you can do to help.
Date(s): 24/01/2015
Venue: in Aberdeen
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Additional Support Needs
Advanced techniques in supporting 12-18 year olds with Autism, Asperger's and ADHD
Learn to confidently and effectively support 12-18 year olds who have Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Date(s): 27/1/2015
Venue: in Aberdeen
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Additional Support Needs
Working with 12-18 year olds who internalise their distress
Dealing with conflict, anger and aggression is a big topic right now - which makes it all too easy to overlook the 'quiet ones'.
Date(s): 29/1/2015
Venue: in Edinburgh
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Curriculum for Excellence, Early years, GIRFEC
Preparing for integrated inspections: Early years
Explore the process of preparing for inspection and how your ongoing self evaluation and improvement planning will prepare you well for inspection.
Date(s): 3/2/2015
Venue: in Aberdeen
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Child Protection, Health and Wellbeing, GIRFEC
Introduction to child protection
Every single one of us has a responsibility for child protection.
Date(s): 4/2/2015
Venue: in Edinburgh
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Practitioner Support, Health and Wellbeing, Working with Children and Young People
LGBT Awareness: Support in the Primary Years
We're making progress, but there's still a long way to go. Learn how to create an inclusive, supportive environment for primary children and encourage them to be themselves.
Date(s): 5/2/2015
Venue: in
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Teaching with Style
Is your teaching style passive, hostile or calm and confident?
Teaching styles and the effect on behaviour management in the primary and secondary setting
Date(s): 10/02/2015
Venue: in Edinburgh
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Additional Support Needs, Managing Behaviour, Working with Families
Introduction to Autism, Asperger's and ADHD in the primary years
Learn about Autism Spectrum Disorders and the common behaviours, challenges and opportunities arising from them in children aged 5-12.
Date(s): 24/2/2015
Venue: in Edinburgh
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Health and Wellbeing, Managing Behaviour, Practitioner Support
Advanced techniques in supporting primary children with bereavement and trauma
Learn techniques for supporting primary children with loss, bereavement, trauma and grief.
Date(s): 27/2/2015
Venue: in Glasgow
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Health and Wellbeing, Working with Children and Young People, Managing Behaviour
Advanced techniques in supporting 12-18 year olds with bereavement and trauma
Learn techniques for supporting primary children with loss, bereavement, trauma and grief.
Date(s): 20/3/2015
Venue: in Aberdeen
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