Welcome to eduk8

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eduk8 Partnership Ltd are a training provider based just 1 mile outside Liverpool City Centre.

We offer a wide range of nationally accredited training courses and also design and deliver bespoke training to meet the needs of our customers.

We hold ISO 9001 quality standard which is nationally recognised and rigorously maintained. We currently hold contracts with or are prefered suppliers for over 20 Local Authorities as well as providing training for numerous private clients.

eduk8 have a diverse portfolio, which covers areas such as First Aid, Health and Social Care, Information Technology and Management and Personal Development.

 

Schedule

May 2014

Thursday 1st (am) - Epilepsy Awareness

Thursday 1st (pm) - Infection Control

Friday 2nd (am) - Dementia Awareness

Friday 2nd (pm) - Risk Assessment

Saturday 10th - Food Safety

Monday 12th - Moving and Handling People

Tuesday 13th - Emergency First Aid

Wednesday 14th - Health and Safety

Thursday 15th - Food Safety

Friday 16th - Medicine Administration

Thursday 22nd & Thursday 29th - Paediatric First Aid

News and Offers

Paediatric First Aid - DfE Clarification

Thank you for your email of 18 July, about the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS).

Individual local authorities (LAs) have to decide how they approve paediatric first aid training providers, and how many they have within their areas. The training given must, of course, meet the needs of childcare practitioners and the children they care for.

However, if a particular training course provider has already been approved by another English LA, then that would be sufficient because the EYFS does not require that approval has to be from a specific LA.

You may be interested to know that on 16 July the government launched, alongside a report called ‘More affordable childcare’, a consultation seeking views on reforming the regulatory system for childcare providers. The government proposes to streamline registration processes and simplify requirements, with a single set of essential measures to ensure children’s safety.

Annex A of the consultation sets out the specific changes that the government is proposing to make to the safeguarding and welfare requirements including the proposal originally made in 'More Great Childcare' launched by the government on 29 January.

This included removing 'constraints on childcare training, for example the obligation to only use LA approved first aid training'. Annex A additionally proposes to replace the need for LA approval with an ‘outline of specified course content’ for paediatric first aid training.

I hope this information is helpful to you.