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National PSHE CPD Programme - Surrey

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Babcock 4S Training Room A, Bay Tree Avenue, Kingston Road
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Session 1Friday 16 November 201809:30 - 16:00Babcock 4S Training Room A, KT22 7UEMap
Session 2Friday 25 January 201909:30 - 16:00Babcock 4S Training Room A, KT22 7UEMap
Session 3Friday 22 March 201909:30 - 16:00Babcock 4S Training Room A, KT22 7UEMap
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Event Tutors
Sarah Lyles image
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Admin Contact Sue Franklin (sue.franklin@babcockinternational.com)  
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Target Audience
PSHE Professional image
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Event Types Course
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Event Subject Area PSHCE 
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Key Stages
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Event Description The National PSHE CPD programme has enabled over 10,000 teachers and other professionals across the country to gain recognition of their experience in teaching personal, social, health and economic education (PSHE), including relationships and sex education (RSE) and drug education. 'PSHE is an important and necessary part of all pupils' education. All schools should teach PSHE, drawing on good practice'' DfE, 2014 Ofsted and the recent All Party Education Select Committee report on PSHE have highlighted this programme as providing some of the best PSHE CPD available. PSHE is a specialist area of the curriculum dealing with complex and sensitive issues, many of which contribute significantly towards the safeguarding of children and young people. PSHE helps to effectively address the spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of pupils and embed empowering 'British' values. It assists in developing the many critical reflection and decision making skills necessary to lead healthy and fulfilling lives. The National PSHE CPD Programme has been developed by subject experts and is based upon effective practice and subject pedagogy as highlighted through DfE, OfSTED, Healthy Schools and related literature and research. This Programme's accreditation, through the University of Roehampton, is testimony to the thorough approach which places participants at its heart. Participants take part in 3 training days over the course of a school year, self-study is also required and the course is assessed through the completion of an assignment. If you would like to participate in the NationalPSHE CPD Programme please contact the National Team at nationalpshe@babcockinternational.com to request an application form  
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Event Prerequisites The PSHE CPD Programme is designed for teachers, Teaching Assistants, HLTA, community nurses, police officers, fire and safety officers and other professionals involved in the delivery of PSHE education in schools and other settings. Applicants must have opportunities to work with children and young people and the support of the school or organisation.  
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Event Training Objectives This comprehensive training provides a valuable opportunity for teachers, community nurses and other professionals to develop their knowledge, understanding, teaching and learning skills in the delivery of PSHE within schools and other settings.  
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Learning Outcomes
Participants will gain: 
* Accredited recognition for individuals
* Improved competence and confidence in delivering PSHE
* Raise the quality of teaching and learning in PSHE
* Inspire positive change within the PSHE curriculum

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Professional Standards
8 - Fulfil wider professional responsibilities
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Standard Cost
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Start Date Friday 16 November 2018
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Times 09:30 - 16:00 
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