• North Hertfordshire DSPL Area 1 - Hitchin, Letchworth, Baldock and Royston

  • North Hertfordshire DSPL Area 1 - Hitchin, Letchworth, Baldock and Royston

  • North Hertfordshire DSPL Area 1 - Hitchin, Letchworth, Baldock and Royston

  • North Hertfordshire DSPL Area 1 - Hitchin, Letchworth, Baldock and Royston

Professional Training Courses

Professional Training Courses

We run a number of training courses for professionals. Click here to find out more.

Parent and Carer Workshops

Parent and Carer Workshops

Parent and Carer workshops provided by DSPL and other local providers.

Forums

Forums

SENCO, Family Support Worker and Nessie Forums.

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Training, Workshops & Events

Youth Mental Health First Aid, Hemel Hempstead

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Booked: 0 | Free Seats: 16

Who is it for?

Mental health leads and/or deputy in schools or other pastoral staff. Due to the high demand for this course, places are limited to one representative per school.

How long is it

9.30am til 4.00pm - Two full days (both days must be completed)

About

This course works on the basis that there is a role in our communities forThis course works on the basis that there is a role in our communities formental health first aiders – people that feel confident to go to someoneexperiencing emotional distress, provide initial help and guide them towardsmore specialist support. This accredited evidence-based course covers how torespond to 8 to 18 year-olds experiencing mental and emotional distress.

Expected Outcomes

  • Spot the early signs of mental health problem
  • Spot the early signs of mental health problem
  • Feel confident helping someone experiencing a mental health problem Provide help on a first aid basis
  • Help prevent someone from hurting themselves or others
  • Help stop a mental health problem from getting worse
  • Help someone recover faster
  • Guide someone to the right support
  • Reduce the stigma of mental health problems

To book email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

This two day course will be repeated on a number of days at different locations. For more information download the flyer or use the Event Details button below:

Friday 06 September 2019 - 09:30 until 16:00
Hemel Hempstead

Supporting Children and Young People Using a Graduated Approach

This session provides an opportunity for SENCOs and other stakeholders to think about how we support pupils with SEND in school and develop inclusive practice. It will explore our understanding of Universal, Targeted and Specialist Provision in our settings and what support is needed to deliver this and ensure our pupils needs are met alongside their peers in mainstream settings as local to their home as possible.

Tuesday 10 September 2019 - 13:30 until 15:00

Youth Mental Health First Aid, Letchworth

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Booked: 0 | Free Seats: 16

Who is it for?

Mental health leads and/or deputy in schools or other pastoral staff. Due to the high demand for this course, places are limited to one representative per school.

How long is it

9.30am til 4.00pm - Two full days (both days must be completed)

About

This course works on the basis that there is a role in our communities forThis course works on the basis that there is a role in our communities formental health first aiders – people that feel confident to go to someoneexperiencing emotional distress, provide initial help and guide them towardsmore specialist support. This accredited evidence-based course covers how torespond to 8 to 18 year-olds experiencing mental and emotional distress.

Expected Outcomes

  • Spot the early signs of mental health problem
  • Spot the early signs of mental health problem
  • Feel confident helping someone experiencing a mental health problem Provide help on a first aid basis
  • Help prevent someone from hurting themselves or others
  • Help stop a mental health problem from getting worse
  • Help someone recover faster
  • Guide someone to the right support
  • Reduce the stigma of mental health problems

To book email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

This two day course will be repeated on a number of days at different locations. For more information download the flyer or use the Event Details button below:

Friday 20 September 2019 - 09:30 until 16:00
Letchworth

Free Early Years Training: Supporting Children with Autism & Social Communication Needs

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Booked: 0 | Free Seats: 12

Hertfordshire County Council is rolling out a programme of training for all Early Years settings. The aims of the training are:

  • to develop increased understanding and awareness of autism & social communication needs
  • to explore strategies to support learning and development
  • to enhance good practice across Early Years settings
  • to ensure effective support for Early Years children across all settings

To book a place on the training, please contact Charlotte Osborne via email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Sunday 22 September 2019 - 09:30 until 14:30

Parent Forum - Anxiety in Early Years

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Booked: 0 | Free Seats: 12
This forum is designed to give parents of young children the opportunity to explore and discuss the issues around anxiety. The aim of the session is to help delivery a better understanding of feelings and the way in which parents can support children develop confidence and resilience. This session is also suitable for professionals working with young children. How to Book: Letchworth Centre for Healthy Living 01462 678804 https://www.letchworthcentre.org/classes/lunchtime-talks-and-workshops/ Where: Letchworth Centre for Healthy Living, Hitchin Road, Letchworth SG6 3NA
Monday 30 September 2019 - 09:30 until 11:30

ADD-vance Understanding ADHD: 6 Week Course for Parent/Carers

Parent and Carer Workshops Super User
Booked: 0 | Free Seats: 12

This 6 week course is designed to meet the needs of parents/carers of children aged 5-14 years with a diagnosis or suspected diagnosis of ADHD.

Who is the course for?

Parents/Carers of children aged 5-14, with a diagnosis or suspected diagnosis of ADHD. Thsi course is not suitable for parents/carers who have recently attended an ADD-vance Understanding ADHD or Autism course.

For full details please download the flyer below:

Tuesday 01 October 2019 - 10:00 until 10:00

Family Support Worker Forum, 2/10/2019

Forums Debbie Robins
Booked: 0 | Free Seats: 25

The FSW Forum is held half termly and is an opportunity for Family/School Support Workers and Outreach to share best practice, have updates from local services, training and seek advice from our Nessie Co-ordinator.  

1pm to 3pm

Letchworth Garden City Partnership Pod

Northfields Infant and Nursery School

Burley, Letchworth SG6 4PT

(no parking on school site)

Wednesday 02 October 2019 - 13:00 until 15:00

Youth Mental Health First Aid, Hatfield

Professional Training Courses Web Admin
Booked: 0 | Free Seats: 16

Who is it for?

Mental health leads and/or deputy in schools or other pastoral staff. Due to the high demand for this course, places are limited to one representative per school.

How long is it

9.30am til 4.00pm - Two full days (both days must be completed)

About

This course works on the basis that there is a role in our communities forThis course works on the basis that there is a role in our communities formental health first aiders – people that feel confident to go to someoneexperiencing emotional distress, provide initial help and guide them towardsmore specialist support. This accredited evidence-based course covers how torespond to 8 to 18 year-olds experiencing mental and emotional distress.

Expected Outcomes

  • Spot the early signs of mental health problem
  • Spot the early signs of mental health problem
  • Feel confident helping someone experiencing a mental health problem Provide help on a first aid basis
  • Help prevent someone from hurting themselves or others
  • Help stop a mental health problem from getting worse
  • Help someone recover faster
  • Guide someone to the right support
  • Reduce the stigma of mental health problems

To book email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

This two day course will be repeated on a number of days at different locations. For more information download the flyer or use the Event Details button below:

Friday 04 October 2019 - 09:30 until 16:00
Hatfield

Making Sense of Autism - Training the Trainer

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Booked: 0 | Free Seats: 12

Support for Pupils and Young People with Autism

Autism Education Trust (AET)

Free Training and Supporting Materials

This training is designed to train a member of the school staff to deliver Making Sense of Autism (Tier 1 AET)

We are aiming to train at least one person within each school

Following this training, there will be expectation that a school session will be booked by your school

E-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Your place will be confirmed by email and further details will be provided.

Wednesday 09 October 2019 - 09:30 until 13:00

Youth Mental Health First Aid, Potters Bar

Professional Training Courses Web Admin
Booked: 0 | Free Seats: 16

Who is it for?

Mental health leads and/or deputy in schools or other pastoral staff. Due to the high demand for this course, places are limited to one representative per school.

How long is it

9.30am til 4.00pm - Two full days (both days must be completed)

About

This course works on the basis that there is a role in our communities forThis course works on the basis that there is a role in our communities formental health first aiders – people that feel confident to go to someoneexperiencing emotional distress, provide initial help and guide them towardsmore specialist support. This accredited evidence-based course covers how torespond to 8 to 18 year-olds experiencing mental and emotional distress.

Expected Outcomes

  • Spot the early signs of mental health problem
  • Spot the early signs of mental health problem
  • Feel confident helping someone experiencing a mental health problem Provide help on a first aid basis
  • Help prevent someone from hurting themselves or others
  • Help stop a mental health problem from getting worse
  • Help someone recover faster
  • Guide someone to the right support
  • Reduce the stigma of mental health problems

To book email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

This two day course will be repeated on a number of days at different locations. For more information download the flyer or use the Event Details button below:

Friday 18 October 2019 - 09:30 until 16:00
Potters Bar
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