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Jan 21 2022

Training Reminder

Please see following courses for  Spring Term 2022. Use link to register directly on the Learning Partnership website.

Please note for the Making Sense of Autism sessions, delegates must register for 3 sessions i.e. part 1, Part 2 & Part 3

 

Early Years Funding Proposals 2022/23   3.2.22

4-5pm

Target Audience:  All Early Years Providers, Maintained Nursery Schools, Primary Schools with Nursery Provision Headteachers, Managers, Business Support Officers

This session provides attendees an update on the proposed allocation of Early Years Block funding for 2022/23 and explains the impact of this on the participation model for all providers. 

Please click here to register

 

Early Years. Making sense of Autism. PVI Part 1  24.1.22

5.15-6pm

Target Group PVIs

The INSPIRE Communication & Interaction ASD Team are hosting a training opportunity. This will enable all  staff working in a Private, Voluntary or Independent Early years setting to have a better understanding and awareness of Autism and the way it affects children in settings.

Participants will need to register to attend each of 3 parts to the Training

Please click here to register

 

Early Years. Making sense of Autism. PVI Part 1 28.1.22

12.15-1pm

Target Group PVIs

The INSPIRE Communication & Interaction ASD Team are hosting a training opportunity. This will enable all  staff working in a Private, Voluntary or Independent Early years setting to have a better understanding and awareness of Autism and the way it affects children in settings.

Participants will need to register to attend each of 3 parts to the Training

Please click here to register

Early Years. Making sense of Autism. PVI Part 2  27.1.22

12.15-1pm

Target Group PVIs

The INSPIRE Communication & Interaction ASD Team are hosting a training opportunity. This will enable all  staff working in a Private, Voluntary or Independent Early years setting to have a better understanding and awareness of Autism and the way it affects children in settings.

Participants will need to register to attend each of 3 parts to the Training

Please click here to register

 

Early Years. Making sense of Autism. PVI Part 2  3.2.22

5.15-6pm

Target Group PVIs

The INSPIRE Communication & Interaction ASD Team are hosting a training opportunity. This will enable all  staff working in a Private, Voluntary or Independent Early years setting to have a better understanding and awareness of Autism and the way it affects children in settings.

Participants will need to register to attend each of 3 parts to the Training

Please click here to register

 

 

Early Years. Making sense of Autism. PVI Part 3  8.2.22

6.15-7pm

Target Group PVIs

The INSPIRE Communication & Interaction ASD Team are hosting a training opportunity. This will enable all  staff working in a Private, Voluntary or Independent Early years setting to have a better understanding and awareness of Autism and the way it affects children in settings.

Participants will need to register to attend each of 3 parts to the Training

Please click here to register

 

Early Years. Making sense of Autism. PVI Part 3  10.2.22

12.15-1pm

Target Group PVIs

The INSPIRE Communication & Interaction ASD Team are hosting a training opportunity. This will enable all  staff working in a Private, Voluntary or Independent Early years setting to have a better understanding and awareness of Autism and the way it affects children in settings.

Participants will need to register to attend each of 3 parts to the Training

Please click here to register

 

 

 

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