This is a list of agencies who provide training with links to their provision – many providers already offer online courses and others are adapting their services to meet social distancing requirements.
Children in Scotland training
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the agency is transforming its training programme to be delivered as digital webinars.
Professional Learning from CALL Scotland
CALL offers a wide range of Professional Learning in the use of assistive technologies to support pupils with additional support needs to achieve their full potential. Training can be delivered in school or via an online learning workshop.
Connect professional learning
Connect offers educators and family learning practitioners a comprehensive programme with sessions that provide a pathway to those who want to make family engagement as good as it can be, for the benefit of children.
The Gambling Education Hub
Free CPD sessions throughout the year and across the country on the topic of youth gambling and problem gambling. The training is open to youth workers and CLD practitioners who work with young people.
Youth Scotland accredited pathways for youth workers and volunteers
Core training for youth work practitioners.
Royal Blind Learning Hub
Free teacher training seminars to gain new skills and knowledge about teaching pupils with vision impairment, including practical support and advice on a wide range of teaching techniques and skills.
Early Years Scotland
Early Years Scotland offers a range of professional learning opportunities to inspire, encourage and support your practice.
Scottish Child Law Centre
The Scottish Child Law Centre’s Training Programme is available.
Training from CELCIS
Providing the best possible learning and professional development support for anyone working with and caring for Scotland’s children and young people, and their families.
Scotland’s anti-bullying service offer a one-day generic anti-bullying training and two-day Training for Trainers programme, and new dates have recently been added to the calendar.
Scotland’s Artificial Intelligence strategy
Resources for schools will support children and young people to connect with considerations of the use of data and AI technologies
Children’s survey: How are you doing?
Children’s Parliament want to share how the lockdown is impacting children.
Can you support 8 to 14-year-olds to take part in this national wellbeing survey?
Closes 26th June 2020
Raising the age of referral to a children’s hearing
Views are sought on the Scottish Government’s proposals for legislative change to allow 16 and 17 year olds to be referred to the Reporter on care, protection and offence grounds.
Closes 7th October 2020