Wales Short Course Bundle

These are the courses included in our 50 Short Wales Online Course Bundle.

Courses tagged with "Wales Short Course Bundle"

Number of topics: 4

The aim of this training is to help early years practitioners understand what is meant by pedagogy and how to apply this to their own practice.

By the end of this course you will be able to:

  • Explain the term pedagogy
  • Describe some different pedagogical approaches
  • Reflect on your own pedagogical approach and its impact on outcomes for children.

Number of topics: 3

This online course looks at how early years practitioners can respond sensitively to incidents of biting.

Key Topics include:

  • The reasons children may bite;
  • How to use observations as a key tool in identifying the underlying reasons for biting; using an ABC observation chart;
  • Supporting and developing empathy in young children;
  • Strategies early years practitioners can implement into their setting to minimise incidents of biting;
  • Building parents confidence in dealing with biting incidents;
  • Key tips for developing resources and
  • How to work with parents to ensure a consistent approach to biting in the setting and at home.

Number of topics: 4

The aim of this course is to give learners an introduction in to what continuous provision is and how to effectively plan and enhance this. It will also look at the role of the adult when supporting children in the early years.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Explain what continuous provision is be equipped to plan for it across the different age groups
  • How to enhance this provision
  • Identify the adults role in supporting children’s learning and development through continuous provision.

Number of topics: 5

What will I learn? 

This short online course will support practitioners with how boys learn. It covers how to plan your environment to ensure it excites and motivates both genders. 

Boys learn differently to girls and early years practitioners can play a key part in reducing the achievement gap. The course includes lots of practical ideas and activities. 

Key topics include: 

•  Why there is a need to focus on boys? 
•  Plan your environment to excite and motivate both genders 
•  The impact of a female dominated profession 
•  Gender differences and brain development 
•  Boys motivations and what motivates boys in your setting 
•  Ways to engage boys in literacy through play 

Once you have added and paid for this item in your cart, you will receive an email giving you full information on how to access this online course.


Number of topics: 5

The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) is social policy drawn up in 1989. It is an international agreement protecting the rights of children up to the age of 18.

We will introduce all the UNCRC Articles that shape children’s rights. Then identify Articles that are specifically related to childcare and explore opportunities to promote and embed children’s rights into your everyday practice.

Who should complete this course?
This course is suitable for anyone that is studying a childcare qualification or working with children.


Number of topics: 5

The Counter Terrorism and Security Act came into force on the 1st July 2015. One of its provisions was to place a duty on organisations, including Early Years Settings and Schools to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism. This duty is known as the 'Prevent Duty'.

Key Topics Include:

  • Explore the context of the Prevent Duty
  • Highlight how Prevent links with your other policies and procedures
  • Discover what is meant by Fundamental British Values
  • Identify how these values link to everyday early years practice.

We will introduce the Prevent Duty and Fundamental British Values exploring how they fit into your every day Early Years practice.

Who should complete this course?
This course is suitable for individuals working with children in early years, e.g. nursery practitioners, pre-school practitioners, playgroup practitioners and childminders. The content is tailored to early years frameworks within the Home Nations.


Number of topics: 5

This course will provide knowledge on how to complete the Observation, Assessment and Planning cycle in your daily practice. It will focus on ‘what is an observation’ to further support confidence and the ability to then complete assessments and planning for all children.


Number of topics: 5

This course will develop a practitioner’s knowledge and understanding of the benefits of risky play to a Childs life-long learning and development.