Increase wellbeing and inclusion in early years

An online course for practitioners teaching the benefits of wellbeing, how to develop wellbeing in themselves, the children in their care and their parents

Course details

This new e-Learning programme from the Institute of Wellbeing will help you learn how to work with parents and their community to improve life outcomes in children and families

How does the course work

Online Modules

The course is divided into eight online modules. With an additional two refresher modules at the end of the course. You will have access to content, all from the comfort of your own home allowing you to establish an expert level of understanding, at your own pace.

Practice

You’ll take what you’ve learned in the modules and be encouraged to put them into practice. Using the latest messages from research with the information, tasks, homework and practical resources you will have the chance to document your experiences and thoughts in your own unique online course diary.

 

What you will learn

By taking this course you’ll gain imperative knowledge on how to work with parents and their community to improve life outcomes in children and families.

Your complete online learning toolkit

Each unique stage contains everything parents and carers need to learn about the importance of creating both a positive home learning environment and a balanced sense of wellbeing.

Interactive Activities

Engaging case studies and quizzes.

check lists

Get the key steps necessary for effective results

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Designed to underpin your knowledge and practical skills

Knowledge Tests

To challenge everyday practices

tasks

Supporting your reflective practice-based learning

Action planning tips

Creating link between your learning and its impact

Taken by hundereds of practioners across the UK

Course outline

Module 1

What wellbeing is and why early years professionals need to understand it.

Module 2

Looking at your own wellbeing and how that affects your practice.

Module 3

Your role in supporting parents’ and children’s wellbeing in the early years.

Module 4

Working with parents to help them improve the Home Learning Environment​.

Module 5

How to identify children with a special educational need, support them and their families, and apply the 2014 SEND code of practice

Module 6

How to make your setting a place of wellbeing and what you and your colleagues can do to make it welcoming for families​

Module 7

Reaching out into the community to ensure all parents take up their early education free entitlement​

Module 8

Review of learning and working with parents checklist

Additional Features

Each unique stage contains everything parents and carers need to learn about the importance of creating both a positive home learning environment and a balanced sense of wellbeing.

Interactive Activities

Engaging case studies and quizzes.

check lists

Get the key steps necessary for effective results

Knowledge Tests

To challenge everyday practices

tasks

Supporting your reflective practice-based learning

Increase wellbeing and inclusion in early years

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