Viewing posts from: June 2021

29th June 2021

We are very busy at the moment delivering training in the schools after a testing year for all the staff working in education. Today we were asked to go along to Kingsley School in Kettering to deliver another one day Handling People with Special Needs Education refresher workshop. The school only has one Key Trainer on site at present however they were happy to allow us to open the course up to other Key Trainers from the surrounding area. Attending today’s course we had Rachel Morris and Vicki Moss both from Woodlands School in Luton, Sara Cullingford-Agnew from Kingsley School, Lisa Esser from Lady Zia Wernher School also in Luton, Alison Crispin-Bennet from The Special Education and Training Support Service in London Borough of Redbridge and Nikki Deacon from Westfield School in Hereford.

Kingsley School 29 June 21

Jackie was very thorough, had answers to all our questions and was an amazing teacher and an asset to your company” – Lisa Esser, TA3, Lady Zia Wernher School

St Johns School

21st – 25th June 2021

This week we ran another five day Handling People with Special Needs Education train the trainer course, this time held at St Johns School in Bedfordshire. We only had two participants for this course at the request of the school head teacher to maintain Covid safety, Gemma Whitlock and Ella Redford, but it was still a very productive week with both the participants working really hard and achieving great results.

St Johns School 21 - 25 June 21

22nd June 2021

Springwood Heath School 22nd June 2021

Today’s course was a one day Handling People with Special Needs Education refresher workshop, this time held at Springwood Heath School in Liverpool. Attending was the three Key Trainers from Springwood Health School, Julie Pendleton, Sarah Leslie and Emma Foy and they were joined by Jane Keese from nearby Merefield School in Sefton. It was a great day with the Centaur trainer Jackie made to feel very welcome and the participants enjoyed refreshing their knowledge in both theory knowledge and practical techniques.

14th – 18th June 2021

Sunningdale School 14 - 18 June 21

This weeks course was a five day train the trainer course for the Handling People with Special Needs Education training and it was held in the training suite at Sunningdale School in Sunderland. We had a full course this week with six participants attending, Jonathan Moffatt and Leanne Watson from the host school and they were joined by Donna Smith from St Anne’s School and College in Weldon, East Yorkshire, Emma Charlton from Sunderland Care and Support and Chloe Allan and Gillian Burn both from Hope Wood Academy in Easington Colliery in County Durham.

It was a busy week with all six of the participants working very hard on all the required areas and I am pleased to say that they all ended the course achieving a pass and can now go on to deliver training in their own schools.

Well Done!

 

NHS Borders

Today (17th June 2021) we held a one day Load Management Theory & Client Handling Techniques refresher workshop on behalf of NHS Borders. The one day course was held in the moving and handling training room at Kelso Hospital in the Scottish Borders. Attending the course was Sue Keean, Tony Hodges, Carole Brotherston and Cathie McKerracher all from NHS Borders and they were joined by Lindsey Clark from Bluebird Care.

NHS Borders 17 June 21

Left to right Kathy. Sue. Tony. Carole. Lindsey.

St Lukes Primary School

On the 11th June 2021 Janet spent the day at St Lukes Primary School in Scunthorpe to deliver a one day Handling People with Special Needs Education refresher evaluation workshop to the two Key Trainers based at the school, Len Baldwin and Zoe Martin. They were also joined by Graeme Oxtoby from Hull City Council. The day was spent refreshing knowledge on the theory behind safe manual handling and problem solving.

St Lukes School 11 June 21 (1)

 

St Lukes School 11 June 21

7th – 11th June 2021

This week we had a five day Handling People with Special Needs Education train the trainer course which was held at Fort Royal School in Worcester. This course had five participants attending Joanne Merrick and Owen Allsup both from the host school and they were joined by Rachel Robinson and Rebekka Swift from nearby Vale of Evesham School and finally Kelly Gale who made the long journey from Sirona Care and Health in Bristol. All the participants worked very hard throughout the weeks training and this was reflected in their overall pass grade, with them all achieving a pass with merit. Well Done !

Fort Royal School 7 - 11 June 21

 

 

East Dunbartonshire Council

This week Janet spent three days, 1st – 3rd June 2021, at the Campsie View Base in Kirtintilloch High School. She was there to deliver three one day manual handling courses to staff who work in the local schools and had received no previous training, this will now allow them to assist in the safe moving and handling of the children in their schools.