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Training to Support the Healthy Early Years London Awards – Autumn 2020

This training is delivered by the Health Education Partnership and partners and supports the Healthy Early Years London programmes in Barnet, Hammersmith and Fulham, Kensington and Chelsea, and Westminster.

These sessions are free to attend

1.   Achieving the Silver and Gold awards

  • Date: Thursday 12th November 2020
  • Times: 4:00-5:30pm
  • Format: Online via Zoom
  • Audience / For: Early Years Practitioners interested in achieving the Healthy Early Years London Silver and Gold awards for their setting.
  • For Further Information about the event – click here
  • Booking:  http://services2schools.org.uk/Event/119606

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2.  Childminder Training: Achieving the Healthy Early Years London Silver and Gold awards

  • Date: Thursday 12th November 2020
  • Times: 6:15-7:45pm
  • Format: Online via Zoom
  • Audience / For: Childminders interested in achieving a Healthy Early Years London Silver or Gold award.
  • For Further Information about the event – click here
  • Booking: http://services2schools.org.uk/Event/119608

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3.  Childminder Training: Eat Better Start Better Guidance & Menu Planning

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4.  Eat Better Start Better Guidance & Menu Planning for Early Years Settings

  • Date:  Wednesday 2nd December
  • Times: 2:00pm – 4:30pm
  • Format: Online via Zoom
  • Audience / For: All early years practitioners providing meals and snacks to young children, as well as cooks and chefs in early years settings.
  • For Further Information about the event click here
  • Booking:  http://services2schools.org.uk/Event/119611

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HEP Childminder Training 2020-21: Eat Better Start Better Guidance & Menu Planning

Childminder Training: Eat Better Start Better Guidance & Menu Planning

This training is delivered by Health Education Partnership and supports the Healthy Early Years London programmes in Barnet, Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea and Westminster.

  • Date:  Saturday 28th November 2020
  • Times: 10:00am-12:00pm
  • Format: Online via Zoom
  • Audience / For:   Childminders providing meals and snacks to young children.
  • Cost: FREE

To be eligible to attend this training, you need to be registered with Healthy Early Years London. To register with HEYL please go to https://www.research.net/r/HEPHEYL

Introduction:

The early years provide an excellent opportunity for children start their eating journey correctly and ensure a varied diet is established early. Forming good eating habits at a young age will lay the foundations for children to make correct food choices as they progress into their school years.

The topics we will touch upon include:

  • The Eat Better Start Better Guide and why has been developed
  • Encouraging children to eat well
  • Menu planning and snack guidance
  • Navigating the menu planning checklist

The training will help you to:

  • Gain a greater understanding of the revised (2017) Voluntary Food and Drink Guidelines for Early Years Settings in England.
  • Meet Early Years Foundation Stage welfare requirement for the provision of healthy, balanced and nutritious food and drink.
  • Plan menus and snacks to meet the nutritional requirements of young children in your care.

Links to Healthy Early Years London Bronze & Silver criteria

  • Healthy Eating – 3b, 3i,
  • Identification and planning for children’s additional needs – 12c
  • Professional development – 16a

To Apply:   Please complete our online booking form for each member of staff via the following link: http://services2schools.org.uk/Event/119610

HEP Childminder Training 2020-21: Achieving the Healthy Early Years Silver and Gold awards

Childminder Training: Achieving the Healthy Early Years Silver and Gold awards

This training is delivered by Health Education Partnership and supports the Healthy Early Years London programmes in Barnet, Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea, and Westminster.

  • Date: Thursday 12th November 2020
  • Times:  6:15-7:45pm
  • Format: Online via Zoom
  • Audience / For:Childminders interested in achieving a Healthy Early Years London Silver or Gold award
  • Cost: FREE

To be eligible to attend this training, your setting needs to be registered with Healthy Early Years London and have either achieved or be working towards the HEYL Bronze award. To register with HEYL please go to https://www.research.net/r/HEPHEYL

Introduction:

This training will provide an overview of the Healthy Early Years London Silver and Gold awards and will provide an opportunity to start working towards the Silver award.

The training will help you to:

  • Understand the Healthy Early Years London Programme award pathway
  • Understand the process and steps required to achieve the Healthy Early Years London Silver and Gold awards
  • Network with other childminders and share good practice
  • Identify next steps and the support available from our team.

To Apply: To book a place, please complete our online booking form for each member of staff via the following link: http://services2schools.org.uk/Event/119608

HEP Training 2020-21: Achieving the Healthy Early Years Silver and Gold awards

Achieving the Healthy Early Years Silver and Gold awards

This training is delivered by Health Education Partnership and supports the Healthy Early Years London programmes in Barnet, Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea, and Westminster.

  • Date: Thursday 12th November 2020
  • Times: 4:00-5:30pm
  • Format: Online via Zoom
  • Audience / For: Early Years Practitioners interested in achieving the Healthy Early Years London Silver and Gold awards for their setting. The Healthy Early Years London awards are open to:
        • Children’s Centres
        • Nursery Schools
        • Private, Voluntary and Independent Nurseries
        • Early Years in Schools
        • Childminders
        • Creches and Playgroups
  • Cost: FREE

To be eligible to attend this training, your setting needs to be registered with Healthy Early Years London and have either achieved or be working towards the HEYL Bronze award. To register with HEYL please go to https://www.research.net/r/HEPHEYL

Introduction:

This training will provide an overview of the Healthy Early Years London Silver and Gold awards and will provide an opportunity to start working towards the Silver award.

The training will help you to:

  • Understand the Healthy Early Years London Programme award pathway
  • Understand the process and steps required to achieve the Healthy Early Years London Silver and Gold awards
  • Network with other early years settings and share good practice
  • Identify next steps and the support available from our team.

To Apply: To book a place, please complete our online booking form for each member of staff via the following link: http://services2schools.org.uk/Event/119606

HEP Training 2020-21: Eat Better Start Better Guidance & Menu Planning

Eat Better Start Better Guidance & Menu Planning for Early Years Settings

This training is delivered by Health Education Partnership and supports the Healthy Early Years London programmes in Barnet, Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea and Westminster.

  • Date:  Wednesday 2nd December
  • Times:  2:00pm – 4:30pm
  • Format: Online via Zoom
  • Audience / For: All early years practitioners providing meals and snacks to young children, as well as cooks and chefs in early years settings.
  • Cost: FREE

To be eligible to attend this training, you need to be registered with Healthy Early Years London. To register with HEYL please go to https://www.research.net/r/HEPHEYL

Introduction:

Early years settings provide an excellent opportunity for children start their eating journey correctly and ensure a varied diet is established early. Forming good eating habits at a young age will lay the foundations for children to make correct food choices as they progress into their school years.

The topics we will touch upon include:

  • The Eat Better Start Better Guide and why has been developed
  • Encouraging children to eat well
  • Menu planning and snack guidance
  • Navigating the menu planning checklist

The training will help you to:

  • Gain a greater understanding of the revised (2017) Voluntary Food and Drink Guidelines for Early Years Settings in England.
  • Meet Early Years Foundation Stage welfare requirement for the provision of healthy, balanced and nutritious food and drink.
  • Plan menus and snacks to meet the nutritional requirements of young children in your care.
  • Understand the revised menu checklist criteria and meet the Voluntary Food and Drink standards detailed in the Eat better Start Better guidance.

Links to Healthy Early Years London Bronze & Silver criteria

  • Healthy Eating – 3b, 3i,
  • Identification and planning for children’s additional needs – 12c
  • Professional development – 16a

To Apply:   Please complete our online booking form for each member of staff via the following link: http://services2schools.org.uk/Event/119611

Training to Support the Healthy Early Years London Awards

The Health Education Partnership have now confirmed their 2019-20 training calendar.  This training is delivered by the Health Education Partnership and partners and supports the Healthy Early Years London programmes in Barnet, Harrow, Hammersmith and Fulham, Kensington and Chelsea, and Westminster.

These sessions are free to attend

1. Achieving the Healthy Early Years London Bronze Award

  • Date: Thursday 17th October 2019 (This session is repeated on 15th January 2020 and 19th May 2020)
  • Venue: ORT House, 126 Albert Street, London, NW1 7NE.
  • Times: 9:30am-12:30pm
  • For Further Information about the event – click here
  • Booking: https://www.research.net/r/HEYLBronze_Oct19

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2. Achieving the Healthy Early Years London Silver and Gold awards

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3. CHILDMINDER TRAINING:  Recognising and Supporting Children with Sensory Issues in the Early Years Environment

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4. A Whole Setting Approach to Emotional Wellbeing

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5. Attachment and Self Regulation

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6. Achieving the Healthy Early Years London Bronze Award

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7. Meeting the Eat Better Start Better Guidance and Menu Planning for Early Years Settings

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8. CHILDMINDER TRAINING: Promoting Good Oral Health in the Early Years

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9. Protective Behaviours in the Early Years

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10. Achieving the Healthy Early Years London Silver and Gold awards

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11. Step into Purposeful Physical Play

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12. Improving Parental Engagement – Reaching parents with key messages on health & wellbeing

Links to Healthy Early Years London Bronze & Silver criteria:

  • Social & Emotional Wellbeing – 1a, 1c, 1e, S1a
  • Speech, Language and Communication – 2c
  • Healthy Eating – 3g, 3h
  • Oral Health – 4b
  • Breastfeeding and starting solid food – S5a
  • Physical Activity – 6g
  • Independence in self care and hygiene – 7e
  • Immunisation and infection control – S8a
  • Sustainability – S9b, S9c
  • Adult health and wellbeing – S10a, S10b, S10c, S10d, S10e, S10f, S10e, S10g, S10h, S10i, S10j
  • Assessments – 11b, 11c
  • Listening Culture – 17a

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13.CHILDMINDER TRAINING: Step Into Purposeful Physical Play

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14. Achieving the Healthy Early Years London Bronze Award

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15. Promoting Good Oral Health in the Early Years

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16. CHILDMINDER TRAINING: Supporting Healthy Social and Emotional Development

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For more information, or if you have any questions about the events above,  please contact:

Anna Brennan-Craddock
Health Education Partnership
Email: anna.brennan-craddock@healtheducationpartnership.com
Tel: 07703 814831