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Courses for service providers and local authorities


Disability Awareness and the Equality Act

This course trains staff of service providers such as charities, leisure centres, child-minders and private nurseries in their duties under the Equality Act (EA) to people with disabilities in their care. It is suitable for all staff, from managers to occasional staff.

Emotional Resilience

This course is about how to live with yourself and thrive. No matter how you are feeling or where you are in your life right now you can give yourself a second chance where you can choose to do things differently.

This course is designed to help you become more resilient so you can embrace that change you want to see in your life.

Getting Your Message Across

There are so many variables and dynamics involved in getting any message across in a professional, calm and clear manner. If it were all just about confidence or the way you look and sound, things would be so much easier. Even though all of the above does come into play, there is so much more to communication and getting your message across.

This is a light and enjoyable training course that will help you communicate in a much more effective way, relaxed and confident manner to get your message across.

The Equality Act for Educational Psychologists

This course trains Educational Psychologists in school's duties under the Equality Act (EA) to disabled children in their care. It also looks at how reports written by EP's are used by schools, and by educational tribunals, and how the way that the report is written can have far-reaching consequences in the child's education.

Co-production is when you as an individual influence the support and services you receive, or when groups of people get together to influence the way that services are designed, commissioned and delivered. To put it simply, it’s about the importance of working together, sharing knowledge and co-designing better ways to deliver services with service users, families, and our communities. That is co-production in a nut-shell.