We specialise in developing and the delivery of bespoke and up-to-date training

We specialise in developing and the delivery of bespoke and up-to-date training for all types of early years, childcare, out of school, and children’s centre providers, and for practitioners of all levels, experiences and roles, including childminders. We have been delivering such training since 1999.

We have lots of popular and proven packages and programmes and what’s more, we are happy to discuss the development of any further sessions and are able to create or adapt training sessions tailored to meet your specific requirements.

We deliver training in full or half days, in the evening, during school holidays, on teacher training days, Saturdays and even Sundays and bank holidays.

If you are looking for training that is developed for you, meets your individual training objectives, and delivers learners that enjoy and achieve, then please get in touch at info@coramhempsalls.org.uk

Our training can be:

  • On site for parts or all of your team
  • Open to individuals to book onto
  • Delivered on behalf of lots of local authority clients
  • Delivered as part of our DfE funded projects such as Childcare Works

Training subjects include:

  • Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS)
  • An introduction for all practitioners, or for leaders and managers
  • Attachment and the key person
  • Positive learning environments
  • Every child is talented
  • Observation, assessment and planning techniques
  • Meeting the welfare requirements (not including safeguarding)

Outstanding practice:

  • The great outdoors! – playing and learning outside
  • Supporting boys to achieve
  • Every child is talented
  • Peer observation
  • Involving and consulting children
  • The reflective playworker – good quality play in out of school
  • Movement matters
  • Early brain development and attachment
  • Supporting children with self-regulation

30 hours of childcare:

  • Getting business ready for 30 hours childcare
  • The extended free entitlement – all you need to know

Working with two-year-olds:

  • Terrific two year olds
  • Social and emotional development
  • Developing quality environments
  • Supporting two year olds an accredited course for childminders

Leadership and management:

  • Developing line management and supervision skills
  • Supervision skills for managers
  • Leading and managing children’s learning and development
  • From managing to leading
  • Business planning made easy
  • Marketing and sales for childcare businesses
  • Managing volunteers
  • Recruitment and retention of staff
  • Roles and responsibilities of voluntary management committees

Right from the start of our relationship with Coram Hempsalls, nothing has been too much trouble for them. They have guided and developed our understanding of a very complex and emotive subject. They have helped to identify areas of weakness and solutions to plug these gaps. Most notably their organisation and energy when challenged to deliver training to 550 managers across the whole of the UK was exceptional - Andy Latham, Next

Core Quality:

  • Policies and procedures
  • Core skills and knowledge
  • Health and safety risk assessment
  • Parents as partners
  • Supporting the home learning environment
  • Curriculum, assessment and pedagogy

Equalities, inclusion and SEND:

  • Fundamental British values in early years
  • Working with vulnerable families
  • An introduction to the Equality Act (2010)
  • The Equality Act (2010) for leaders and managers
  • Working with children who have English as an additional language
  • Challenging discrimination
  • Including all children – inclusive practice for everyone
  • Behaviour business
  • Early identification of SEN and child development
  • The role of the SENCO
  • Autism Awareness
  • Introduction to Dyspraxia
  • Understanding Down’s syndrome
  • Supporting children with speech, language and communication needs

Safeguarding and child protection:

  • An introduction to child protection
  • Child protection for the designated lead
  • Designated lead for child protection – childminders
  • Child development and safeguarding
  • Understanding neglect
  • Domestic abuse awareness
  • Working with vulnerable families
  • Accredited safer recruitment