Online training courses with EduCare
Every year, hundreds of IAPS heads and school staff take part in our programme of CPD (continued professional development). To complement our taught courses and conference schedule, we also have an online learning service called EduCare for Education courtesy of our online learning partner, EduCare.
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This EduCare programme, written with IAPS, focuses on the process of looking at all aspects of a school and planning how to move forward in order to achieve the strategic intent. School development planning is suitable for all those charged with school planning and those who contribute to it.
This EduCare programme, written with IAPS, is specifically designed for use by teachers to assess, record and report pupils' progress. The programme covers a range of key areas, including the purpose, components and outcomes of assessment, the principles of good practice and how to apply them as well as the role of tests and examinations. The programme also looks at recording and reporting progress and communicating this with parents.
IAPS members are also eligible for an exclusive 10% discount on the EduCare for Education CPD programme bundle which, to date, has helped over 16,000 education settings with their safeguarding and duty of care needs.
Latest courses that may be of interest (October 2019):
- Mental health awareness (Anxiety, low mood/depression, self-harm)
- Health awareness (Asthma, diabetes, epilepsy and anaphylaxis)
- SEND awareness (ADHD, autism, dyslexia)
- An introduction to customer service
- Working with display screen equipment
- An induction to boarding
- Child Protection Advanced (Level 3)
- Cyber security
- Anti-fraud and bribery
- Risk assessment for school trips
For more information, please email Laura Brain or call 01926 436230.