Training for staff in institutions
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The program for staff in institutions has been designed so that it is easy to use. This means that the training will be an activity which is part of your daily work. You don’t have to stop your daily work in order to use it.
The idea is that you have a number of two-hour training sessions for staff to work with – for example at prolonged staff meetings or wherever it is convenient. It may be once every three weeks or depending on the possibilities within the institution.
You start with the score cards and then go on with the sessions – starting with session one. If you are few people, you can use the computer screen. If you are more people, a projector is a good idea.
A session will take you through some child care theory and make participants understand what this theory means for practical child care. There are many video examples showing theory in practice.
The staff group will plan daily improvement activities from the sessions and work on practicing them at work between the sessions. At the beginning of each new session you will start with looking at practical results from the staff’s work since the last session. Step by step you will develop your own local version of the training program and daily practice.
There is also a handbook for managing the sessions. This manual is about how to conduct sessions, motivate staff and support learning and development of care practice.
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