ARTEMIS COURSES (ON-LINE)
Please ignore the start date of 1st January 2021 - these courses can be started immediately or at any time of the year.
We are able to offer numerous Artemis courses (on-line training which can be taken by individuals at their own pace and at a time convenient to them).
Once an individual is enrolled on the Artemis programme they can take as many courses as they wish within a 11 month period (at discounted prices):
£25 for two courses (additional fee of £8 will be applied if taking The Children's Workforce Induction Programme).
Subsequent courses are then £10 each (additional fee of £8 will be applied if taking the Children's Workforce Induction Programme) within a 11 month period.
PLEASE NOTE YOUR INVOICE MUST BE SETTLED BEFORE YOU CAN BE BOOKED ONTO ANY OF THESE COURSES. PATA'S NORMAL REFUND POLICY DOES NOT APPLY FOR THESE BOOKINGS. WE ARE UNABLE TO GIVE REFUNDS, CREDITS OR CHANGE THE INDIVIDUALS NAME (WHO IS UNDERTAKING THE COURSE) ONCE A BOOKING IS MADE.
CWIP delivers a high quality e-learning package based on the seven children's workforce induction standards developed by the government and acts as a reminder of the 'Every Child Matters' concept. The information is current and up-to-date and will also act as an excellent refresher.
This course is designed to equip practitioners with the knowledge to provide high quality support for children and young people with disabilities.
Information Sharing is a high quality e-learning course based on the government's guidance for practitioners and managers on sharing information.The course has been mapped to the following government's induction standards. Standards:-3a, 4a, 4b, 4c, 4d
We know that becoming a parent is the most important job parents will ever have and it comes with no training. Most parents have to rely on past experiences and their own instinct. Having services in place to support parents in times of need is essential. This introduction will help you understand the networks available, how to manage the initial engagement, positive parenting structures and strategies. This course will help inform practice and promote self-efficacy and positive outcomes for parents and the children and young people they care for.
Integrated working is vital for agencies and organisations that are involved with children-s lives. This course aims to provide the children-s workforce the tools to support integrated working and to enable them to use common processes, language and systems to their best advantage for children, young people and their families.
The Understanding Child Attachment course is designed to explain the attachment children have with their main carer. Understanding the basics of attachment in children and its various forms and stages through to adulthood can significantly improve outcomes for that person.
The Child Protection course is an introduction to the concept of providing protection to children in your care. The course will cover understanding the concept, the size of the challenge, how to spot issues of concern and what to do about them.
Sexual exploitation of children has been identified throughout the UK, with both victims and perpetrators coming from a range of social and ethnic backgrounds. It affects boys and girls. It is a form of sexual abuse and can have a serious impact on every aspect of the lives of children involved.
This course is to help the Children and Young People's Workforce to positively support children and young people in gaining an understanding of the world of work and to gain a greater ability to identify and pursue successful routes into education, training and employment, within the context of the new requirements for young people to continue in education or training until the age of 18.
This is an introduction to fire safety. It gives advice on how to avoid fires and how to ensure people's safety if a fire does start.
This course will help practitioners understand more about Domestic Violence and Abuse (DVA). It incorporates Forced Marriage (FM), Honour Based Violence (HBV) and Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). It is based on nationally available evidence and good practise and it will also increase understanding of what a Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conference (MARAC) is and what it does.
We all have a shared responsibility for the wellbeing and safety of young people. This course will help you understand why some children and young people (CYP) exhibit risky behaviours and what can be done to keep them safe. We aim to help practitioners learn more about children and young people-s emotional wellbeing and the factors that affect this such as substance use, risky sexual behaviours and anti social behaviour (ASB).
This course is designed to provide employers and employees with the information they need to understand the best practice and responsibilities associated with equality and diversity
This course has been developed to assist you in applying best practice to your recruitment and selection process, as well as safeguarding children and adults at risk. It is important that all organisations have a clear recruitment process, robust policies and procedures which are always followed during recruitment campaigns. To STOP unsuitable individuals being employed within organisations, we need to have appropriate barriers in place. A clear recruitment process is the first step towards safer recruitment, enhancement of equality and to ensure a return on investment.
Safer Recruitment needs to be run in conjunction with a Safeguarding course relevant to your industry.