Courses – Training, CPD and Conferences
Kathryn is a keynote speaker, trainer and workshop leader who has presented at many venues both here and aboard.
Kathryn also provides training through organisations such as Early Education and Keeping Early Years Unique as well as independently. She can evolve a training session or course specifically tailored to the needs of your setting or staff.
Working in collaboration with other specialists, Kathryn provides training on a broad spectrum of Early Years topics, fine-tuned to your specific training or CPD needs. Please contact Kathryn on 0118 945 4694 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org for an informal discussion at no obligation on your training, keynote, conference or CPD requirements.
Kathyrn’s virtual bookings for the 2022-23 academic year include: TBA. At some of these events or venues where Kathryn is training they are open to practitioners on application and subject to availability, however due to the Coronavirus crisis some courses may not run as scheduled. We are working with Early Education to reformat courses to be delivered online (please see below.)
Further courses in conjunction with Early Education, 2021. Book via email@example.com. Kathryn is working with them to provide Webinar courses. This is from their website:
New: Early Education webinars for the summer term 2022
Outdoor play and learning across the seasons
Original price: £40.00
The immense value of the outdoors can be harnessed throughout the year, with new opportunities for play and learning presenting themselves on a seasonal basis. This webinar looks to emphasise the value through establishing a foundation of understanding of why the outdoors matters and by providing practical provocations for improving your practice and pedagogy. The sessions will cover:
- Why the outdoors matters – and the importance of this to promoting health, well-being, and learning experiences for children
- Develop a greater understanding of what needs to be in place for the best provision in the early years, including the basic roles and responsibilities for adults working in their professional contexts.
- How each season can offer alternative possibilities for outdoor enrichment: the four seasons will be considered so that your use of the outdoors can be maximised for the benefit of the children in your care.
The webinar will take place on the following dates and times:
Session 1: 21 June 2022, 16:00 -17:30
Session 2: 5 July 2022, 16:00 – 17:30
- Members – £30
- Non-members £40
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These courses can only be booked through Early Education and not solly.biz
All courses are subject to confirmation and may be cancelled or changed due to circumstances beyond our control.
Courses by other providers, open to practitioners:
Here is some recent feedback on Kathryn’s courses:
‘Inspirational day – it has given me the confidence to stick to my beliefs and show me the best way to get others on board.’
“Reminded me of what really matters and the fundamentals of the EYFS.”
“Lots of ideas and things to take back, particularly in relation to outdoor play and risk.”
“Relevant, interesting and well-paced.”
“Excellent ideas from something so simple.”
“Very informative, food for thought and very realistic whistle-stop tour of the most important issues facing practitioners today and child development issues that don’t change.”