PASCAL Training Ltd offer training sessions that have an innovative, fun approach to make learning an enjoyable experience. Below is a list of training sessions we currently deliver. As qualified adult teachers in childcare qualifications and adult educational courses for awarding bodies such as City and Guilds, Cache and NCfE we can develop training sessions in all aspects to suit needs. Content can be adapted to suit your own Ofsted outcomes of an area of development or anything you feel your provision needs support with. Training can be provided in-house or at another designated venue.
We offer a small annual programme which includes some of the training indicated and this can be accessed in our annual programme on this website.
Please contact one of our consultants if you need any information or wish to discuss further training needs. Session times will depend on clients needs.
We also offer personal annual programmes which can be designed to suit the service provider.
Autism – supporting practice
Develops awareness of children with autism. Identifies indicators and behaviours, shows understanding about what it means to be on the autistic spectrum, and strategies to support children and their families.
Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
Gives information and guidance on how to recognise differences and early recognition of concerns and how to support children and their families. Looks at how agencies and various other sources might be effective.
This is a broad title but an overview can give basic knowledge of child development and/or can look at any specific area’s of development where training is required.
Working with 2yr old children
Covers how to provide an enabling and stimulating environment to be able to support 2-year-old children effectively in line with their needs.
Promoting and supporting positive behaviour
Looks at how to support and manage children’s behaviour in line with their development. Exploring strategies and the importance of the adult role.
Listening to children
Explores the values and importance of making sure children are listened to, their thoughts and ideas respected, to support self esteem and resilience.
Parents as partners
Identifying teamwork and partnership to support children’s development and learning which reflect Ofsted and EYFS guidance and requirement.
Exploring equality and diversity
Develops understanding of equality and diversity and how this looks in practice.
EAL - English as an Additional Language
Looks at developing strategies, experiences and activities to support children and families with English as an Additional Language.
EYFS in practice – How children learn
EYFS – 1-Observation
EYFS – 2-Assessment
EYFS – 3-Next steps and individual planning
EYFS – 4-Curriculum planning
Characteristics of Effective Learning
Gives more understanding of the Characteristics of Effective Learning within EYFS. Recognises effective teaching and learning, and offers strategies to develop practice.
Ofsted – Are you outstanding?
Looks at developing awareness and confidence about Ofsted expectations and the inspection process. Recognises what makes a provision outstanding and what is needed to maintain and develop a high standard.
Supervision in practice
Explores how to review procedures for supervision and develops supervision skills.
Theory in practice
Looks at how the past and current theory relates to child development and supports adults continual professional development.
Health and safety
Aims to increase awareness of health and safety issues that occur in early years settings and the response needed.
The Prevent Duty – Actively Promoting British Values
Recognises how the Prevent Duty reflects legislation and policies, linking to equality and British values. Explores activities and experiences to promote British values to reflect the Prevent Duty.
Safeguarding – Annual update and refresher
Supports EYFS guidance in line with Ofsted for annual update requirements covering legislation amendments and additions and any relevant issues relating to child protection and safeguarding. All attendees should have already completed safeguarding awareness training in line with guidance and requirements.
Safeguarding - Awareness
Supports practitioners to gain confidence in identifying and responding to concerns about a child and how to keep themselves safe through good practice. The session is in line with EYFS and Ofsted guidance and current legislation.
Safeguarding – Online safety
Reviews the dangers of the online environment and looks at how to keep children, practitioners and information safe from online threat.
Safeguarding for committees
Reviews the legal responsibilities of committee members in line with current legislation and EYFS and Ofsted requirements.
Other training offered...
Leadership and Management - This has now been newly developed to support training both in a class session and then offering individual one to one training support in-house.
The 3 sessions include...
Ofsted - Are you outstanding? - Class session - delivered annually Looks at Ofsted expectations and best practice. Identifies current legal responsibilities and what makes a provision outstanding.
One-to-one in-house training session - Reflects on skills and qualities that make a leader or manager inspirational. Consider ways to communicate effectively. Reviews personal strengths and set SMART targets to link with the vision of the workplace.
One-to-one in-house training session - Clarifying and implementing procedures to ensure quality is at the heart of practice. Review procedures and undertake joint observations to support supervision, appraisal, disciplinary and partnership working.
The course is best covered in its entirety and is suitable for deputies, practitioners new to a lead role, room supervisors, and anyone who leads and manages a childcare provision.
This is a revised 3 session course with the main class session covering Ofsted guidance and recognition of legal requirements. This can be attended as a 'stand-alone session'. The other two sessions which complete the full course are developed to suit the individual student and setting's needs.
1st Aid - We are in partnership with a company who deliver 12hr and 6hr paediatric 1st Aid, accredited training, nationally recognised, in line with Ofsted national guidelines.
We also offer parent awareness 1st Aid workshops and are currently looking to deliver 1st Aid awareness for children in the near future (2019)
Consultancy Service – We offer this to assist early year childcare providers in maintaining and improving quality in their provision. It includes our very popular SEF advice and support, including peer-on-peer observation, supervisory and appraisal guidance. We can also offer our consultancy services to assist with recruitment and any other specialist subject consultants have indicated within their personal statements. Linda Walls, Carol Haydon, Angela Pugh