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A Practical Guide to Inclusion and Diversity in the Early Years

Event code EYC 21/183 
Event description Make a difference…our awareness of difference has been heightened in recent months and discussed in the media, our homes and in settings. Inclusion is at the heart of early years practice and this course aims to empower you to be responsive to making sure children learn to celebrate difference in our settings and communities. The webinar provides insight into the child's world by celebrating difference and valuing diversity in our early years settings. The session aims to challenge attitudes and explore practical strategies to make sure every setting provides a completely inclusive experience for all children and their families.

The session will enable delegates to make positive changes to their practice by reflecting on different ways to influence stronger inclusive practice in their own setting.

This session will run as an interactive Zoom session. Delegates will be sent the link no later than 24 hours before the start date. Please ensure you are able to access Zoom at least 1 hour prior to the session. Please note that these are not recorded and therefore not available to watch at a later date and delegates need to attend as a live session.

If you have not used Zoom before and require helpful tips, we recommend having a look at these:

How to join a Zoom meeting for delegates https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362193

Join a test meeting to familiarise yourself https://zoom.us/test

Participants who are unable to install Zoom can join our training using the Zoom web client on their desktop web browser. The Join from your browser link will appear after the user clicks on the link to join the meeting. 
Training objectives • Learn that inclusion is about attitudes as well as behaviours and practice. You will also reflect on ways to influence inclusive practice in your setting.
• Reflect on your own inclusive values and consider how these are made clear through everyday policies, provision and practice
• Think about ways to work with families and children to ensure that they have a voice and feel welcomed, included and supported.
• Learn about ways to provide a rich inclusive play environment that reflects our diverse communities and represents unique children and their families. 
Key stages
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Subject areas Equality and Inclusion
Target audience
Childminder - Eligible / Childminder - Registered / Childminder Assistant / Early Years Practitioner / Early Years Setting Manager / Nursery Teacher / Playworker / SEN Co-ordinator
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Zoom course, use own computer, XXX XXX map
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Training Provider The Education People - EYC Equality and Inclusion
Admin contact Victoria Parker (victoria.parker@theeducationpeople.org)
Facilitator/Tutor
Lucy Newman
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Part of SLA? No
Kent LA cost
£36.00
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Other LA/Academy cost
£36.00
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Independent/PVI cost
£36.00
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Number of credits 0
Funding information This event is chargeable.
20% VAT will be added at point of invoice
Start date Tuesday 16 November 2021
Times 09:30-12:30
Number of sessions 1