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We offer Early Years and Childcare training courses to Early Years Foundation stage, Childcare and Play Practitioners.

These courses have been designed to give clear information to practitioners working with children and young people from birth to the age of 19.

The primary aim is to enable practitioners to meet required standards expected by law and to prepare settings for registration and inspection by Ofsted. It is also designed to enhance career and professional development opportunities to improve outcomes for children.
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Training & Events

23
23 May
Level 2 Safeguarding Designated Officers Training
Current data relating to Trafford’s children and young people Findings from serious case reviews both nationally and locally To highlight recent themes such as FGM, modern day slavery, peer on peer abuse etc.
05
05 Jun
Early Years SENCO Forum
The main focus will be introducing the new ‘Trafford Autism and Social Communication Pathway’. This will be led by Karen Harris and Jo Parry. The Autism and Social Communication Pathway covers the assessment and management of children and young people aged from 0 – 18 year who are suspected with or diagnosed with Autism and Social Communication Disorders. The Pathway describes from the point of initial concerns, through to referral, assessment, diagnosis and post diagnostic support, what those involved with the child should expect. In education settings, it is the SENCO who will liaise with the core team around the child and gather information to complete the referral. The SENCO will ensure the relevant supporting information is provided. This process as a whole will be explored in more depth.
05
05 Jun
Early Years SENCO Forum
The main focus will be introducing the new ‘Trafford Autism and Social Communication Pathway’. This will be led by Karen Harris and Jo Parry. The Autism and Social Communication Pathway covers the assessment and management of children and young people aged from 0 – 18 year who are suspected with or diagnosed with Autism and Social Communication Disorders. The Pathway describes from the point of initial concerns, through to referral, assessment, diagnosis and post diagnostic support, what those involved with the child should expect. In education settings, it is the SENCO who will liaise with the core team around the child and gather information to complete the referral. The SENCO will ensure the relevant supporting information is provided. This process as a whole will be explored in more depth.