Education

Forum Training run a wide variety of smaller workshops and seminars for education professionals. Our seminars are led by one expert speaker and we limit the numbers to 15-25 delegates to provide a more intimate and interactive learning environment. 

Most schools now have someone on their staff dealing with attendance and absence. Many of these are carrying out responsibilities for working with families that were previously held by Local Authority Education Welfare Officers.

Event date 09 May 2017
  Spaces Available

Most schools now have someone on their staff dealing with attendance and absence. Many of these are carrying out responsibilities for working with families that were previously held by Local Authority Education Welfare Officers.  Follow us on Twitter #SACC2017

Event date 16 May 2017
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New DfE Guidance requires all schools to ensure that their staff receive child protection training and updated information at least annually. Governors must set up mechanisms to ensure that key messages have been understood and acted upon. How will they do this? An occasional session with an external speaker is no longer sufficient. It needs to be a carefully managed process designed to overcome any barriers to effective learning.

Event date 17 May 2017
  Spaces Available

Most schools now have someone on their staff dealing with attendance and absence. Many of these are carrying out responsibilities for working with families that were previously held by Local Authority Education Welfare Officers.

Event date 18 May 2017
  Spaces Available

Most schools now have someone on their staff dealing with attendance and absence. Many of these are carrying out responsibilities for working with families that were previously held by Local Authority Education Welfare Officers.

Event date 24 May 2017
  Spaces Available

Your role as SENCO is crucial to the success of your school so demonstrating the effectiveness of your SEN provision is more important than ever. With the introduction of the new SEN inspection framework and maintaining changes to the SEN Code of Practice, it is vital that you are evidencing your provision and meeting the highest standards.

Event date 21 June 2017
  Spaces Available

Your role as SENCO is crucial to the success of your school so demonstrating the effectiveness of your SEN provision is more important than ever. With the introduction of the new SEN inspection framework and maintaining changes to the SEN Code of Practice, it is vital that you are evidencing your provision and meeting the highest standards.

Event date 22 June 2017
  Spaces Available

Improving outcomes for your staff and school

Schools are facing a recruitment and retention crisis: in 2016 it was revealed that “a third of the new teachers who started jobs in English state schools in 2010 had left the sector five years later” (BBC News, October 2016). Ensuring that your staff feel valued and engaged is essential to raising standards and retaining staff.

Event date 10 July 2017
  Spaces Available

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