Learning Provocateurs – Nurturing well-being in Young Children
These three day courses are designed to involve you in an exciting and dynamic learning opportunity that gives you the best training experience. No matter if you have been training for a while, like sharing new ideas and knowledge or have never delivered training previously, our courses will show you how to become a facilitator of learning.
Day One Esteem Building through Playfulness
- Consider a range of strategies to develop a positive self-image for every child.
- Explore the emotions of our youngest children and how they are demonstrated.
- Highlight how valuable young children’s emotions are, even “negative” ones.
- Reflect on current research and thinking on emotional literacy, self-regulation and high and low self-esteem
Delegates will consider various resources, environments and strategies that can be adopted into their practice to support and develop positive self-image.
Day Two Early Intervention to Promote Emotional Wellbeing and Resilience
- Fully explore what resilience ‘looks like’, how it is shaped and how we as practitioners support its development. In turn we will consider the wider implications for positive mental health.
- Share examples of positive ways to increase self-control and selfregulation.
- Through discussion and research become more familiar with the outcomes of the UN Convention Rights of the Child and how it is reflected in our centres.
- To explore ways of promoting resilience, empathy and emotional wellbeing for children 0-3 years
- To further develop understanding of different types of attachment and the importance of considering it in our settings.
Day Three - Experiential Learning
- Characteristics of trainers
- Structuring a session
- Delivery techniques
- Engage and motivate learners
- Communicate, questioning and sharing knowledge
- Effective visual aids
- This three day course will be held at our training centre in Glasgow, Unit S12, Flemington House, 110 Flemington Street, Glasgow, G21 4BF
Training Provider Overview
We have been delivering training to those working in the early learning and childcare sector for over 15 years now. We offer a variety of CPD courses held at our training centre in Glasgow and in-service training delivered to whole staff teams across the globe.
We are an approved SQA centre and currently offer the Social Services (Children and Young People) qualification at SCQF Levels 6 and 7.
Our courses are delivered using a wide variety of engagement strategies. Within each course we make sure to provide an appropriate balance between practical workshops, research seminars and professional dialogue.
All of our courses are up to date, ‘provocative’ and guaranteed to effect change within staff and practice. They will support your staff in developing an awareness of new methods and research, enabling them to evaluate current legislation and reflect on their own provision.
We also offer our new online based training resources – Adventures with Alice.
If you are interested in booking a place on any of our courses or would like to find out more about Adventures with Alice please call the office on 0141 557 3304 to speak to one of our team.
Training Provider Contact Details
Quality is very important to us at Experiential Play, we evaluate all of our training courses to ensure we are meeting the expectations of delegates and take on board suggestions for improvements. We hold monthly staff meetings to discuss changes and improvements to our training and teaching programmes, ensuring input from all team members. We hold two staff development days per year to review our qualification teaching programmes, ensuring that we are covering topics which are up to date and relevant.
As an approved SQA centre there are systems and procedures we need to follow. We are subject to annual EV visits from SQA and all subsequent reports have been green with several areas of good practice highlighted.
We are also approved to deliver Modern Apprenticeships for Skills Development Scotland and as part of this contract we are required to complete an annual self-assessment looking all areas of our teaching programme including quality. Again, feedback is always positive with no areas of improvement recommended. SDS also speak to and visit candidates to evaluate their experiences and gain feedback which is passed on to us.
Carol Scott, our Head of Centre, is the point of contact for any complaints or suggestions anyone attending any of our training courses may have.