Date(s) - 09/11/2020
9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Who is it for: professional working with children in any context especially those working alongside other agencies
The Erasmus+ is an European Commission funded project providing learning and development opportunities for those working with children. This programme has been designed with the aim of improving inter-professional working to help reduce children’s toxic stress. This innovative programme has two parts with a further extension element and is free to attend, unless you would the qualification to be accredited – then there will be a small fee of £120 payable to cover assessment by a Teaching and Learning Academy leader.
Part 1 An online pre-task session of around 2 hours – fully funded.
Part 2 A full day online facilitated session with other professionals in your own organisation or ideally in a multi-agency group – fully funded.
Part 3 A tutor supported evaluative element. Part 3 is not part of the Erasmus+ pilot but it is designed to be an extension which deepens the impact of the programme. Part 3 can be non-accredited, for example a report or presentation that can be fed back to others in your organisation, or accredited by The Teaching and Learning Academy. Accreditation has 15 credits at Level 4 or Level 5 dependent on content – non-accredited, fully funded; if accreditation is chosen, a fee of £120 is payable.
Your participation and evaluation of the programme is crucial to ensure that it helps develop knowledge and understanding which is appropriate to your profession. The programme outline has a wider range of content; content has been selected so that it’s appropriate to the audience this learning opportunity is taken up by. However this does not mean that this is the only way the programme can be delivered or the only content available.
Should you take up this invitation, you need to complete as much of the programme as possible. It is hoped that a number of of participants will continue with the Part 3 extension element. Each part will have a short evaluation form for you to complete where you can add your comments and ideas about the programme.
To book click on the link below. Once your booking is complete further instructions for Part 1 will be emailed to you.