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Health & Safety Services
This service is no longer available to purchase on SLA Online. Please contact the team using the details to the right for further information.
The County Council, as the employer in Community and Voluntary Controlled Schools and maintained settings has duties and responsibilities under the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974.

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Upcoming Courses

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24 Feb
Two Day Youth Mental Health First Aid (WELL)
Target Audience: This two day course is appropriate for all those working directly with or caring for, children and young people, (from the ages of 8 – 18). It is recommended for those working in primary and secondary education in leadership or pastoral care/pupil support roles, along with those working in college and further education settings. The two day YMHFA course qualifies you as a Youth Mental Health First Aider. All courses are registered with Mental Health First Aid England Please note that the courses delivered by the WELL Project are only available to schools in Allerdale and Copeland. (A maximum of 2 places per school will be allocated initially. Additional delegates will be placed on a waiting list). Course Provider: These courses are being delivered by Lynsey Eland of Carlisle Eden Mind These courses are being provided by the Western Excellence in Learning and Leadership (WELL) Programme being delivered in Allerdale and Copeland and funded by Local Enterprise Partnership Members Refreshments: Please note that refreshments will be provided at this course, however, to ensure that this course can be offered at the lowest possible cost, it is requested that delegates bring their own lunch Course Fee: These courses are fully subsidised by the WELL Programme in Copeland and Allerdale
25
25 Feb
Two Day Youth Mental Health First Aid (WELL)
Target Audience: This two day course is appropriate for all those working directly with or caring for, children and young people, (from the ages of 8 – 18). It is recommended for those working in primary and secondary education in leadership or pastoral care/pupil support roles, along with those working in college and further education settings. The two day YMHFA course qualifies you as a Youth Mental Health First Aider. All courses are registered with Mental Health First Aid England Please note that the courses delivered by the WELL Project are only available to schools in Allerdale and Copeland. (A maximum of 2 places per school will be allocated initially. Additional delegates will be placed on a waiting list). Course Provider: These courses are being delivered by Lynsey Eland of Carlisle Eden Mind These courses are being provided by the Western Excellence in Learning and Leadership (WELL) Programme being delivered in Allerdale and Copeland and funded by Local Enterprise Partnership Members Refreshments: Please note that refreshments will be provided at this course, however, to ensure that this course can be offered at the lowest possible cost, it is requested that delegates bring their own lunch Course Fee: These courses are fully subsidised by the WELL Programme in Copeland and Allerdale
25
25 Feb
Practical Approaches to the Teaching of Shakespeare in Primary Schools
Target Audience: Primary School Teachers (Y1 – Y6) Course Provider: Fiona Ross – Education Practitioner, Royal Shakespeare Company Rachel Laverack – General Advisor, Learning Improvement Service Refreshments: Please note that refreshments and lunch will be provided at this course
25
25 Feb
Working with Babies to Meet their Unique Needs to Support Practice and Provision
Course Provider: Early Years Advisers, Cumbria County Council Target Audience: Practitioners new to the baby room or who would like to work with babies to meet the EYFS requirement 3.31 (For children aged under 2: where there is an under 2 year olds’ room, the member of staff in charge of that room must, in the judgement of the provider, have suitable experience of working with under 2s). Please note places are limited to 2 practitioners per setting Refreshments: Light refreshments will be available on arrival
25
25 Feb
Working with Babies to Meet their Unique Needs to Support Practice and Provision
Course Provider: Early Years Advisers, Cumbria County Council Target Audience: Practitioners new to the baby room or who would like to work with babies to meet the EYFS requirement 3.31 (For children aged under 2: where there is an under 2 year olds’ room, the member of staff in charge of that room must, in the judgement of the provider, have suitable experience of working with under 2s). Please note places are limited to 2 practitioners per setting Refreshments: Light refreshments will be available on arrival
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