July 20 @ 9:30 am - July 22 @ 5:00 pm£850
Do you want to be a fabulous Early Years trainer? Then this course is for you!
Our main aim is to involve you in an exciting and dynamic learning opportunity that gives you the best training experience. The content will be up to date, informative and engaging.
No matter if you’ve been training for a while, like sharing new ideas and knowledge or have never delivered training previously, our course will show you how to become a facilitator of learning, not just a presenter.
You will leave this course with a ‘tool box’ fit for any learning situation. You will be a much more informed Early Years Professional as well as having a broad range of new skills and engagement techniques.
You will be actively engaged in a fun, informative and memorable way. You will leave with more confidence, a vast array of ideas to engage your audience and a range of approaches that highlight how to leave your delegates praising your training abilities. You will have more energy and enthusiasm for sharing learning.
Both day one and day two will give content for two different training sessions that can then be shared within your staff team, organisation or education authority. Day three will be sharing the teaching techniques, engagement tools and skills and tricks to delivering a fun, active and informative learning experience each time you deliver the courses.
The three day programme will be shaped around:
The CID Approach Curiosity, Investigation and Discovery learning
Experiential Learning Inductive, learner centered, and activity oriented learning
Instinctive Play Intrinsic motivation to engage in playfulness
Provocations for Play
Play is the best way for a young child to learn. In the early years of a child’s life the way they learn to play, the resources they play with and the kind of engagement they ‘step’ into will contribute enormously to their development.
Enriching Literacy and Numeracy in Early Learning
Literacy and Numeracy, the Gods of any curriculum?!
When considering how best to support our children in developing their literacy and numeracy skills we must consider learning for the 21st century. We should fully consider the changing forms of language and mathematics which our children and young
people use and are exposed to.
Some of the skills and techniques that will be shared:
• Characteristics of trainers
• Structuring a session
• Delivery techniques
• Engage and motivate learners
• Communicate, questioning and sharing knowledge
• Effective visual aids