- Discover how to develop wellbeing in yourself, the children in your care and their parents.
- Learn how a wellbeing approach can help you work with families to increase inclusion.
- Get tools and resources to help you ensure your setting is inclusive and promotes wellbeing.
- Continue investing in your professional development, get CPD points*
The e-learning course is divided into eight modules. Each module contains the latest messages from research with the information, tasks, homework and practical resources you will need to understand and digest before moving on to the next module. Each module will take about an hour to complete except for module five which will take about two hours.
This e-learning aims to help you understand the concepts of wellbeing and inclusion and why and how you should use them in your early years practice.
It is intended to help you understand inclusion and wellbeing and why embedding them in practice is important reflect on own your own wellbeing and how to be an effective wellbeing practitioner.
Learn how wellbeing-inclusive practice is a vital early intervention that can increase social mobility understand the importance of the home learning environment in improving children’s wellbeing outcomes and how to help parents help their children.
Learn how to support children and families with special needs, and deliver the key points of the 2014 SEND code of practice.
Understand how to implement inclusive wellbeing practice in your own setting.
Understand why reaching out to the community is essential to ensure inclusion and wellbeing, and to deepen your knowledge about how to connect with families who don’t take up the early education free entitlement.
What wellbeing is and why early years professionals need to understand it
Looking at your own wellbeing and how that affects your practice
Your role in supporting parents’ and children’s wellbeing in the early years
Working with parents to help them improve the Home Learning Environment
How to identify children with a special educational need, support them and their families, and apply the 2014 SEND code of practice
How to make your setting a place of wellbeing and what you and your colleagues can do to make it welcoming for families
Reaching out into the community to ensure all parents take up their early education free entitlement
Review of learning and working with parents checklist
Three months after completing the programme, practitioners will receive a refresher module to remind them of the main messages and see how much they have been able to put into practice.
Learners receive their certificate on completion of this module*