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.
Get in TouchSomerset Centre for Integrated Learning (SCIL)
Cheddon Road, Taunton, Somerset, TA2 7QPP: 01823 348 268
7th July 2015 - 22nd March 2016
This course will aim to help you get ready to start your childminding business and give you an awareness of the legal requirements
8th July 2015
There will be an opportunity to hear from guest speakers as well as attending a variety of exciting interactive workshops of your choice, which will need to be chosen prior to the event. It is also an opportunity to network with other Support Staff and share knowledge and experiences, with also resources available to take away from the day.
Level 4 Specialist Teaching Assistant Award Working with Children & Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEN/D)
13th July 2015 - 10th May 2016
This course has been designed to foster high expectations and skills those working to support disabled pupils and pupils with SEN in the classroom. The delivery and assessment of this qualification includes comparable expectations and breadth of standards as previously required for HLTA status
3rd September 2015 - 21st March 2016
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.
Somerset Specialist Teaching Assistant Award Social, Mental and Emotional Health (SMEH) (previously known as BESD)
7th September 2015 - 17th March 2016
This course is designed for the role of the teaching assistant supporting vulnerable learners with SMEH (previously known as BESD), in the schools and settings; including pupil and adult well being. The delivery and assessment of this qualification includes comparable expectations and breadth of standards as previously required for HLTA status