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Professional Development August 2010 - June 2011

Course Code PCD56

Course Title Using the RACI process for School Improvement Planning

Focus Principles of Curriculum Design Target Headteachers and Depute Headteachers Audience

Places 0

Date 14/03/2011 Duration 13.30 - 15.30 Venue Camelon Education Centre Provider Cathy Quinn Organiser Learning Intentions This course aims to: Explore the RACI process Consider how this could be developed in their particular establishment

Success Criteria Participants will have: Deeper understanding of the process How this can be used for school improvement planning in their setting

Additional information

Closing Date 04/03/2011 Educational Support and Improvement Team Camelon Education Centre, Camelon Tel. 01324 501965


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Professional Development August 2010 - June 2011

Course Code PCD55

Course Title Using the RACI process for School Improvement Planning

Focus Principles of Curriculum Design Target Headteachers and Depute Headteachers Audience

Places 0

Date 11/03/2011 Duration 13.30 - 15.30 Venue Camelon Education Centre Provider Cathy Quinn Organiser Learning Intentions This course aims to: Explore the RACI process Consider how this could be developed in their particular establishment

Success Criteria Participants will have: Deeper understanding of the process How this can be used for school improvement planning in their setting

Additional information

Closing Date 04/03/2011 Educational Support and Improvement Team Camelon Education Centre, Camelon Tel. 01324 501965


Fee ÂŁ0.00

Professional Development August 2010 - June 2011

Course Code PCD60

Course Title Headteachers HMIe Briefing Session

Focus Principles of Curriculum Design Target Headteachers fro Falkirk West Schools Audience

Places 40

Date 17/03/2011 Duration 16.00 - 18.00 Venue Camelon Education Centre Provider Anna Boni, HMIe Organiser Learning Intentions This course aims to: Update and inform Headteachers re changes to HMIe inspection processes

Success Criteria Participants will have: Knowledge of changes to HMIe processes

Additional information

Closing Date 04/03/2011 Educational Support and Improvement Team Camelon Education Centre, Camelon Tel. 01324 501965


Fee ÂŁ0.00

Professional Development August 2010 - June 2011

Course Code PCD59

Course Title Headteachers HMIe Briefing Session

Focus Principles of Curriculum Design Target Headteachers fro Falkirk East Schools Audience

Places 40

Date 16/03/2011 Duration 16.00 - 18.00 Venue Camelon Education Centre Provider Anna Boni, HMIe Organiser Learning Intentions This course aims to: Update and inform Headteachers re changes to HMIe inspection processes

Success Criteria Participants will have: Knowledge of changes to HMIe processes

Additional information

Closing Date 04/03/2011 Educational Support and Improvement Team Camelon Education Centre, Camelon Tel. 01324 501965


Fee

Professional Development August 2010 - June 2011

Course Code PCD49

Course Title Child-led Interdisciplinary Learning/Storyline

Focus Principles of Curriculum Design - Active Learning Target Early Years Practitioners Audience

Places 18

Date 05/05/2011 Duration 16.00 - 18.00 Venue Camelon Education Centre Provider Early Years Practitioners Organiser Yvonne McBlain, Active Learning Support Teacher Learning Intentions This course aims to: • share pupil-initiated interdisciplinary learning • share projects & their impact • encourage pupil initiated learning • demonstrate links with Curriculum for Excellence and Learning to Achieve

Success Criteria Participants will have: • greater awareness of a range of pupil initiated interdisciplinary learning • time to examine and analyse the impact of this type of learning in a collaborative way • enhanced confidence and guidance on creating opportunities for pupil initiated learning • clarity regarding the links between their practice and national and local policy

Additional information

Closing Date 23/12/2010 Educational Support and Improvement Team Camelon Education Centre, Camelon Tel. 01324 501965


Fee

Professional Development August 2010 - June 2011

Course Code LT127

Course Title Assessment 4: Recording and reporting progress - Early/First level

Focus Learning and Teaching - Assesment Target Practitioners working with pupils at Early/First Level Audience

Places 40

Date 11/05/2011 Duration 09.00 - 12.00 Venue Camelon Education Centre Provider Staff from schools and Curriculum Support Team Organiser Carol Paton, Support Officer - Secondary Learning Intentions This course aims to: • provide an opportunity to share ways to record progress • consider ways to desecribe pupil progress • explore ways in which pupils, parents and other partners can be involved in the process

Success Criteria Participants will have: • a clearer understanding of ways to record pupils' progress • a fuller understanding of ways in which pupils' progress can be described • practical ideas to apply in their own establishment

Additional information

Closing Date 23/12/2010 Educational Support and Improvement Team Camelon Education Centre, Camelon Tel. 01324 501965


Fee

Professional Development August 2010 - June 2011

Course Code LT131

Course Title Assessment 4: Recording and reporting progress - Early/First level

Focus Learning and Teaching - Assesment Target Practitioners working with pupils at Early/First Level Audience

Places 40

Date 17/05/2011 Duration 09.00 - 12.00 Venue Camelon Education Centre Provider Staff from schools and Curriculum Support Team Organiser Carol Paton, Support Officer - Secondary Learning Intentions This course aims to: • provide an opportunity to share ways to record progress • consider ways to desecribe pupil progress • explore ways in which pupils, parents and other partners can be involved in the process

Success Criteria Participants will have: • a clearer understanding of ways to record pupils' progress • a fuller understanding of ways in which pupils' progress can be described • practical ideas to apply in their own establishment

Additional information

Closing Date 23/12/2010 Educational Support and Improvement Team Camelon Education Centre, Camelon Tel. 01324 501965


Professional Development August 2010 - June 2011

Fee

Course Code LT112

Course Title An Introduction to Schools Online school website creation

Focus Learning and Teaching - Glow Target For any establishment (Nursery, Primary, Secondary) already using Audience Schools Online for their school website or for those thinking of moving

their school website to Schools Online. Learn how to update and create content for your school website.

Date 02/03/2011 Duration 09.00 - 12.00 Venue Camelon Education Centre Provider Tony Kiddle Organiser Stuart Lennie, ICT Development Officer, Falkirk Council Learning Intentions This course aims to: • introduce the web interface in Schools Online • cover creating, editing, deleting and publishing content • uploading existing documentation and weblinks

Success Criteria Participants will have: • ability to create pages in their school website • ability to create upload documents and images to their school website • ability to create image galleries in their school website • ability to create links to other resources from their school website

Additional information

Closing Date 23/12/2010 Educational Support and Improvement Team Camelon Education Centre, Camelon Tel. 01324 501965

Places 20


Professional Development August 2010 - June 2011

Fee £0.00

Course Code LT179

Course Title Glow Site Collection Administrator Training for school-based staff

Focus Learning and Teaching - Glow Target School staff who will be responsible for managing Glow content and Audience structure within their establishment, including access pages for staff, pupil groups and parents

Date 31/03/2011 Duration 09.00 - 15.30 Venue Camelon Education Centre Provider Malcolm Wilson/Stuart Lennie Organiser Malcolm Wilson/Stuart Lennie, ICT Development Officer, Falkirk Council Learning Intentions This course aims to: • Provide an overview of Glow • Provide an overview of how Glow is used in different establishments

Success Criteria Participants will have: • Experienced creating and managing Glow access pages for staff, pupil groups and parents • Developed an awareness of uses of Glow as a tool for teaching and learning • Experienced creating and managing Glow Groups

Additional information

Closing Date 11/03/2011 Educational Support and Improvement Team Camelon Education Centre, Camelon Tel. 01324 501965

Places 15


Professional Development August 2010 - June 2011

Fee £0.00

Course Code LT178

Course Title Glow Account and Services Management (ASM) Training for school-based staff who will be responsible for managing Glow accounts within their school

Focus Learning and Teaching - Glow Target School staff who have responsibility for SEEMIS within their school and Audience who will be responsible for managing Glow accounts within their establishment

Places 15

Date 18/05/2011 Duration 09.00 - 15.30 Venue Camelon Education Centre Provider Malcolm Wilson/Stuart Lennie Organiser Malcolm Wilson/Stuart Lennie, ICT Development Officer, Falkirk Council Learning Intentions This course aims to: • Provide an overview of Glow • Provide guided hands-on experience in creating and managing Glow accounts.

Success Criteria Participants will have: • Developed an awareness of uses of Glow as a tool for teaching and learning • Experienced creating and managing Glow accounts in tandem with SEEMIS

Additional information

Closing Date 22/04/2011 Educational Support and Improvement Team Camelon Education Centre, Camelon Tel. 01324 501965


Professional Development August 2010 - June 2011

Fee £0.00

Course Code LT177

Course Title Glow Account and Services Management (ASM) Training for school-based staff who will be responsible for managing Glow accounts within their school

Focus Learning and Teaching - Glow Target School staff who have responsibility for SEEMIS within their school and Audience who will be responsible for managing Glow accounts within their establishment

Places 15

Date 18/03/2011 Duration 09.00 - 15.30 Venue Camelon Education Centre Provider Malcolm Wilson/Stuart Lennie Organiser Malcolm Wilson/Stuart Lennie, ICT Development Officer, Falkirk Council Learning Intentions This course aims to: • Provide an overview of Glow • Provide guided hands-on experience in creating and managing Glow accounts.

Success Criteria Participants will have: • Developed an awareness of uses of Glow as a tool for teaching and learning • Experienced creating and managing Glow accounts in tandem with SEEMIS

Additional information

Closing Date 04/03/2011 Educational Support and Improvement Team Camelon Education Centre, Camelon Tel. 01324 501965


Professional Development August 2010 - June 2011

Fee

Course Code LT113

Course Title Advanced Schools Online school website creation

Focus Learning and Teaching - Glow Target For any member of staff (Nursery, Primary, Secondary) with a basic Audience knowledge of Schools Online. This course builds on prior knowledge by

introducing additional features such as password protected areas, survey creation, feedback forms, animated galleries, and embedding HTML code.

Date 02/03/2011 Duration 13.30 - 15.30 Venue Camelon Education Centre Provider Tony Kiddle Organiser Stuart Lennie, ICT Development Officer, Falkirk Council Learning Intentions This course aims to: • introduce more advanced tools in Schools Online • cover creating private areas, surveys, embedded video and audio • encourage the use of multimedia content in school websites

Success Criteria Participants will have: • ability to create private pages in their school website • ability to embed html code into pages in school websites • ability to create animated image galleries in their school website • ability to create and collate surveys via the school website

Additional information

Closing Date 23/12/2010 Educational Support and Improvement Team Camelon Education Centre, Camelon Tel. 01324 501965

Places 20


Fee

Professional Development August 2010 - June 2011

Course Code PES101

Course Title REHIS Elementary Food Hygiene Course

Focus Personal Support Target Food Handlers Audience

Places 20

Date 12/05/2011 Duration 09.00 - 15.30 Venue Camelon Education Centre Provider Corrine Marron, Ashcom Limited Organiser Anne Hutchison Support Officer, Professional Development Learning Intentions This course aims to: • improve the food safety skills of all participants • successfully complete a REHIS examination

Success Criteria Participants will have: • sufficient knowledge to enable them to improve the standards and safety of their operation • knowledge of how to reduce the risk of food poisoning • the ability to identify hazards • clear understanding of the requirements of food legislation

Additional information

Closing Date 23/12/2010 Educational Support and Improvement Team Camelon Education Centre, Camelon Tel. 01324 501965


Fee £0.00

Professional Development August 2010 - June 2011

Course Code PES107

Course Title Training for Staff who come into contact with parents

Focus Personal Support Target Staff who work with parents Audience

Places 0

Date 16/03/2011 Duration 16.00 - 18.00 Venue Camelon Education Centre Provider Lorraine McFarlane, Beverley Ferguson Organiser Beverley Ferguson Learning Intentions This course aims to: • inform participants of the Parental Involvement Act and the Complaints Procedure • inform participants of the parental representation rights under the Parental Involvement Act • look at the reasons for parental complaints • consider ways of working with parents to promote positive relationships

Success Criteria Participants will have: • a better understanding of legal requirements of the Parental Involvement Act • further understanding of the complaints procedure and the reasons for complaints • identified ways to build positive relationships with parents

Additional information

Closing Date 23/12/2010 Educational Support and Improvement Team Camelon Education Centre, Camelon Tel. 01324 501965


Fee

Professional Development August 2010 - June 2011

Course Code PES94

Course Title Autism Spectrum Disorder (Part 1)

Focus Personal Support Target All Teaching and Support staff Audience

Places 30

Date 09/03/2011 Duration 16.00 - 18.00 Venue Camelon Education Centre Provider Speech and Language Therapists Organiser Martha Bogle, Additional Support for Learning Adviser Learning Intentions This course aims to: • give insight into theories behind Autism Spectrum Disorder • give insight into how Autism Spectrum presents in the classroom

Success Criteria Participants will have: • an increased understanding of what it is to have an Autism Spectrum Disorder • an increased understanding of how Autism Spectrum Disorder presents in the classroom

Additional information

Closing Date 23/12/2010 Educational Support and Improvement Team Camelon Education Centre, Camelon Tel. 01324 501965


Fee

Professional Development August 2010 - June 2011

Course Code PES96

Course Title Autism Spectrum Disorder (Part 2)

Focus Personal Support Target Teaching and Support staff who attended part 1 Audience

Places 30

Date 16/03/2011 Duration 16.00 - 18.00 Venue Camelon Education Centre Provider Speech and Language Therapists Organiser Martha Bogle, Additional Support for Learning Adviser Learning Intentions This course aims to: • provide practical strategies to support pupils with ASD • provide insight into specific techniques to support pupils with ASD in the school environment

Success Criteria Participants will have: • an increased understanding of how to support pupils with ASD in the school

Additional information

Closing Date 23/12/2010 Educational Support and Improvement Team Camelon Education Centre, Camelon Tel. 01324 501965


Fee £0.00

Professional Development August 2010 - June 2011

Course Code CO4

Course Title Restorative Approaches in Schools: Basic training for trainers

Focus Curriculum Outcomes - Personal Support Target Practitioners with some experience of using RA who are expected to lead Audience staff development in school.

Places 30

Date 01/03/2011 & 02/03/2011 Duration 09.00 - 15.30 Venue Camelon Education Centre Provider Eddie MacLennan, Phil Hamerton Organiser Phil Hamerton, Secondary Pupil Support Manager Learning Intentions This course aims to: • increase participants' knowledge of what constitute Restorative Approaches in Schools • equip participants to conduct Restorative Equiries and Conversations • equip participants to be able to raise others' awareness of Restorative Approaches in schools • equip participants to be able to train others to conduct Restorative Conversations

Success Criteria Participants will have: • increased understanding of the range of possible Restorative Approaches in schools • skills and knowledge to conduct RA Awareness-raising events, Restorative Enquiries and Meetings • skills, knowledge and confidence to train others to conduct Restorative Enquiries • a range of resources to support the deliovery of RA awareness-raising and skills practice events

Additional information

Closing Date 23/12/2010 Educational Support and Improvement Team Camelon Education Centre, Camelon Tel. 01324 501965


Professional Development August 2010 - June 2011

Fee ÂŁ0.00

Course Code PES120

Course Title Moving and Handling

Focus Personal Support Target Support for Learning Assistants/Early Years Officers who have not Audience previously undertaken Moving & Handling training and who are working

with a young child who is not yet toilet trained and/or who is phyiscally disabled and requiers support to transer from chair to floor/from chair to changing bench/standing frame

Places 14

Date 01/03/2011, 08/03/2011 & 15/03/2011 Duration 16.00 - 18.00 Venue Carrongrange School Provider Moving & Handling Trainers Organiser Learning Intentions This course aims to: Demonstrate good handling techniques and how to deal with difficult situations Identify factors affecting individual capability consider how to properly use Moving & Handling aids Look at features within the working environment which may affect Moving & Handling

Success Criteria Participants will have: A knowledge of Moving & Handling techniques appropriate to the child and their work environment Identified Moving & Handling aids to support both the child and themselves in the situation in which they work An awareness of how a risk assessment is carried out

Additional information

Closing Date 23/12/2010 Educational Support and Improvement Team Camelon Education Centre, Camelon Tel. 01324 501965


Professional Development August 2010 - June 2011

Fee ÂŁ0.00

Course Code PES121

Course Title Moving and Handling

Focus Personal Support Target Support for Learning Assistants/Early Years Officers who have not Audience previously undertaken Moving & Handling training and who are working

with a young child who is not yet toilet trained and/or who is phyiscally disabled and requiers support to transer from chair to floor/from chair to changing bench/standing frame

Places 14

Date 02/03/2011, 09/03/2011 & 16/03/2011 Duration 16.00 - 18.00 Venue Maddiston P.S. Timezone Provider Moving & Handling Trainers Organiser Learning Intentions This course aims to: Demonstrate good handling techniques and how to deal with difficult situations Identify factors affecting individual capability consider how to properly use Moving & Handling aids Look at features within the working environment which may affect Moving & Handling

Success Criteria Participants will have: A knowledge of Moving & Handling techniques appropriate to the child and their work environment Identified Moving & Handling aids to support both the child and themselves in the situation in which they work An awareness of how a risk assessment is carried out

Additional information

Closing Date 23/12/2010 Educational Support and Improvement Team Camelon Education Centre, Camelon Tel. 01324 501965


Fee ÂŁ0.00

Professional Development August 2010 - June 2011

Course Code PES113

Course Title Moving and Handling - Refresher Course

Focus Personal Support Target Support for Learning Assistants/Early Years Officers who have previously Audience undertaken Moving & Handling training and who are working with a young child: - who is not yet toilet trained and/or - who is phyiscally disabled and requiers support to transer from chair to floor/from chair to changing bench/standing frame Date 26/04/2011 & 03/05/2011

Places 24

Duration 16.00 - 18.00 - Overtime will be paid for attendance at this course Venue Carrongrange School Provider Moving and Handling Trainers Organiser ASL Team Learning Intentions This course aims to: Review handling techniques appropriate to a variety of situations Consider factors affecting individual capability Review how to properly use Moving & Handling aids Look at features within the working environment which may affect moving & handling

Success Criteria Participants will have: Updated their knowledge of Moving & Handling techniques appropriate to the child and their work environment Ability to identify moving & handling aids to support both the child and themselves in the situation in which they work.

Additional information Dates are still to be confirmed for the 3 twilights, but will be run between 10th and 27th November.

Closing Date 23/12/2010 Educational Support and Improvement Team Camelon Education Centre, Camelon Tel. 01324 501965


Fee ÂŁ0.00

Professional Development August 2010 - June 2011

Course Code PES114

Course Title Moving and Handling - Refresher Course

Focus Personal Support Target Support for Learning Assistants/Early Years Officers who have previously Audience undertaken Moving & Handling training and who are working with a young child: - who is not yet toilet trained and/or - who is phyiscally disabled and requiers support to transer from chair to floor/from chair to changing bench/standing frame Date 27/04/2011 & 04/05/2011

Places 14

Duration 16.00 - 18.00 - Overtime will be paid for attendance at this course Venue Maddiston TimeZone Provider Moving and Handling Trainers Organiser ASL Team Learning Intentions This course aims to: Review handling techniques appropriate to a variety of situations Consider factors affecting individual capability Review how to properly use Moving & Handling aids Look at features within the working environment which may affect moving & handling

Success Criteria Participants will have: Updated their knowledge of Moving & Handling techniques appropriate to the child and their work environment Ability to identify moving & handling aids to support both the child and themselves in the situation in which they work.

Additional information Dates are still to be confirmed for the 3 twilights, but will be run between 10th and 27th November.

Closing Date 23/12/2010 Educational Support and Improvement Team Camelon Education Centre, Camelon Tel. 01324 501965


Fee £0.00

Professional Development August 2010 - June 2011

Course Code CO5

Course Title Restorative Approaches in Schools: Basic training for trainers

Focus Curriculum Outcomes - Personal Support Target Practitioners with some experience of using RA who are expected to lead Audience staff development in school.

Places 30

Date 25/05/2011 & 26/05/2011 Duration 09.00 - 15.30 Venue Camelon Education Centre Provider Eddie MacLennan, Phil Hamerton Organiser Phil Hamerton, Secondary Pupil Support Manager Learning Intentions This course aims to: • increase participants' knowledge of what constitute Restorative Approaches in Schools • equip participants to conduct Restorative Equiries and Conversations • equip participants to be able to raise others' awareness of Restorative Approaches in schools • equip participants to be able to train others to conduct Restorative Conversations

Success Criteria Participants will have: • increased understanding of the range of possible Restorative Approaches in schools • skills and knowledge to conduct RA Awareness-raising events, Restorative Enquiries and Meetings • skills, knowledge and confidence to train others to conduct Restorative Enquiries • a range of resources to support the deliovery of RA awareness-raising and skills practice events

Additional information

Closing Date 23/12/2010 Educational Support and Improvement Team Camelon Education Centre, Camelon Tel. 01324 501965


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