Welcome to SCIL

We provide a range of high quality training opportunities for those who work or volunteer in children and young people’s services. Our aspiration is to establish a workforce that embraces a culture of lifelong learning, where everyone feels valued and is able to reach their full potential. Whatever their role, we aim to ensure that the workforce has the skills and knowledge necessary to help every child and young person stay safe, develop and succeed.

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Somerset Centre for Integrated Learning (SCIL)
Cheddon Road
P: 01823 348 268
E: SCIL@somerset.gov.uk

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Upcoming Courses

ASYE - Understanding Legal Processes and Managing Yourself in Court

22nd April 2014

Day 3 of the ASYE programme To explain the role of the Social Care Legal Team To outline key Social Care Legislation and Court Procedures

Early Years Foundation Stage Somerset Total Communication (STC)

22nd April 2014 - 17th July 2014

This is an early years STC course for practitioners. It reflects the principles of the EYFS and will help participants to reflect upon provision and practice for developing STC in their setting.

Permanency Planning

23rd April 2014

The aim of the first two days of the course is to highlight the key areas of consideration in the complex matter of planning permanency for the children in our care system. The course looks at the challenge of understanding the child’s developmental needs and explores ways of maximising the chance of a positive outcome.

Level 3 Teaching Assistant Induction Support and Core Skills

24th April 2014 - 19th June 2014

This course is designed if you are a new Teaching Assistant or new to Special Educational Needs. It will help you build on your skills in the classroom, especially working with those with Special Educational Needs.

Behaviour is Communication (Early Years Foundation Stage)

24th April 2014 - 3rd June 2014

The purpose of this course is to enable practitioners to recognise children's behaviour as communication and respond differently to children's messages as a means of managing their behaviour

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