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Promoting Mental Health and Wellbeing of practitioners working within Early Years provision (8505)

Early Years Inclusion and Childcare Service

Saturday, 8 February 2020 from 09:30 to 16:30 (GMT)

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Ticket Type Remaining Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Small Provider (1-8 children)
Leicestershire Early Years Providers registered to take 1-8 children
5 Tickets 7 Feb 2020 £15.00 £0.00
Medium Provider (9-30 children)
Leicestershire Early Years Providers registered to take 9-30 children
4 Tickets 7 Feb 2020 £25.00 £0.00
Large Provider (31 or more children)
Leicestershire Early Years Providers registered to take 31 or more children
8 Tickets 7 Feb 2020 £35.00 £0.00
Leicestershire School or Academy   more info 9 Tickets 7 Feb 2020 £40.00 £0.00
Non-Leicestershire Early Years Registered Provider
Anyone who is not an early years registered provider in Leicestershire
2 Tickets 7 Feb 2020 £60.00 £5.27

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Promoting Mental Health and Wellbeing of practitioners working within Early Years provision 

For: Universal EYFS*

*Universal EYFS = All Practitioners working with EYFS children in a School, Day Nursery, Pre-School, Out of School Provision or as a Childminder

Good mental health and well-being is a ‘hot topic’ in the early years sector with an increasing dialogue on the prevalence of poor mental health and how to address it. This course brings the discussion to the forefront in an open and sensitive way. The course is interactive, thought-provoking and will provide delegates with the opportunity to add practical strategies to their own well-being toolkits.

 

Course Aims and Objectives

  • To understand mental health and well-being in the current context of early education, including challenges and possibilities (the evidence)
  • To understand the concept of organisational well-being and individual well-being
  • To consider ways in which settings/practitioners can promote good mental health through a talk safe and safe space approach
  • To consider ways in which settings/practitioners can develop a toolkit of practical well-being strategies (the approach)
  • To hear examples of “lived” experiences of poor mental health in the early years with opportunities to reflect on next steps (trainer, video case studies and written case studies) (the reflection)

 

Learning Outcomes

 

  • To be able to define the five domains of mental-health and well-being
  • To be able to challenge organisational systems that do not address or support mental-health and well-being
  • To be able to define and apply strategies to support well-being
  • To know and understand methods to support well-being through effective supervision 
  • Develop a greater understanding of active listening
  • Understand what it means to listen non-judgementally
  • Understand why advice, rescue or solution responses are often unhelpful

  

Trainer

Early Education

Do you have questions about Promoting Mental Health and Wellbeing of practitioners working within Early Years provision (8505)? Contact Early Years Inclusion and Childcare Service

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George Ward Centre, Barwell
Church Lane
Leicester
LE9 8DG Barwell
United Kingdom

Saturday, 8 February 2020 from 09:30 to 16:30 (GMT)


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Early Years Inclusion and Childcare Service

The Early Years Inclusion and Childcare Service is a service within Leicestershire County Council.

The Workforce Improvement Team commissions and provides training and development opportunities for the Leicestershire Private, Voluntary and Independent Childcare Sector.

Individuals who are not part of a provision registered on either part of The Childcare Register in Leicestershire may attend some of our training courses but will need to pay the rate for ‘Non-Leicestershire Early Years Registered Provider’ including nannies.

By submitting a course booking you agree to the following Terms and Conditions including giving consent for us to use and process the data you provide us with in line with the law on data protection and Leicestershire County Council’s Data Protection and Privacy Policies which can be found here:-https://www.leicestershire.gov.uk/about-the-council/data-protection-and-privacy

CANCELLATION POLICY:-

  • No refund of booking fees when cancelling a course. You can ‘log in’ and change the details of each delegate at any time prior to the course taking place.
  • If you cancel a place or fail to attend where a course is free, you will be charged £25 (childminders) and £50 (nursery/pre-school). This will be recovered through deducting FEEE payments or raising an invoice.
  • If Leicestershire County Council cancels the course for any reason we will offer an alternative course or date or a refund of fees paid.
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