The adult/child interaction module takes between 1.5-2 hours, and the others take around 45 minutes to 1 hour to work through in a group. It is recommended that practitioners engage with the adult/child interaction module first, and then the others in an order that is most appropriate to the setting.
The online modules are designed so that settings can work through them at a pace that is appropriate to them as part of their ongoing self-evaluation and improvement planning. Each module is designed to be engaged with individually, with practitioners exploring the principles of that module in practice in the weeks following engagement with the online training.
Today (Monday 18 October) is World Menopause Day. But is menopause something we should touch upon more often? As women, men, colleagues, carers and friends, menopause (and perimenopause) is something we should all be well-informed about.
The latest edition of the #Collaboration Newsletter from the Northern Alliance and Education Scotland's Northern Team brings together a huge variety of opportunities to connect with colleagues next term.