This study day looks at the issue of consent in general, how it is treated in the media, socialisation in consent and how many taken-for-granted client issues are actually about consent.
Though campaigns like #MeToo have highlighted the issue of sexual harassment, sexual consent is only one instance of consent’s importance in a world where consent is often overlooked.
The Early Years Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCo) qualification is for a Level 3 practitioner in a private, voluntary or independent setting.
This is an important role to ensure the best possible educational outcomes are achieved for children with SEND.
The qualification is designed for those already working in a SENCo role as part of their early years practitioner role, or those who are interested in doing so. This qualification is also appropriate for childminders. This qualification aims to:
• explore the role and responsibilities of the Special Educational Needs Coordinator in an early years setting
• understand the strategies and techniques for supporting children and their families
• increase knowledge of SEND codes of practice.