situated within a school setting?

Your learners/pupils need you to provide them with all the available options to them, and they have the right to choose what is best for them.

By completing the Advice and Guidance programme, it will give you great insight into many theories which you can apply to your role.  You want the person you are supporting to be able to make an informed decision, and especially if it involves making decisions about their future. Our young people need to feel empowered and be prepared for living independently, whether this means going to University in the near future or renting or owning their own homes. They need to feel that they have some control over decisions that impact their lives and to also know how to manage making the difficult decisions. Very often when working with young people they cannot see how the decisions they make now, could potentially impact them on being able to do what they want to do in the future.

Motivating young people can be a huge challenge, how can you help them? By learning with us, we can explore techniques that you can use, so that they start to make positive steps to moving forward with their own learning journey at your School.

By completing the Advice and Guidance programme it will provide a standardised approach to how you offer support in your School, and therefore help to promote equality and inclusivity.

Within the programme you will learn more about the Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act 2014 and how this is crucial to your role. You will learn more about your internal policies such as GDPR, Lone Working and Confidentiality etc…

You will also learn about values and beliefs and how at times these can be challenged with your own values and beliefs.

You will have access to our Moodle platform which includes resources exclusive to Educ8 Group, and also lifelong access to your eportfolio.  

This is a snapshot of what you will cover during your learning journey. If you wish to find our more, then please contact us here.

September 3, 2020
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