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Working with Babies (Online)

April 16 @ 6:15 pm - 8:15 pm BST

Free

Stronger Practice Hub Event

Do you work with babies? Have you moved to a baby room recently after working with a different age group? Would you like to work with babies? Then this course is for you!

We will be covering the differences of working in a baby room to other age groups, building relationships with babies and their families, caring for babies, and respecting their rights, interacting with babies and practical elements of working with babies such as milk, weaning and safe sleeping arrangements.

This is a two-part course and you must attend both sessions as they are linked. The dates and times are:

  • Tuesday 16th April 6:15pm – 8:15pm
  • Tuesday 14th May 6:15pm – 8:15pm

This training is being run by the SPH.

It is Free for eligible practitioners.

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Working with Babies (Online)
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Details

Date:
April 16
Time:
6:15 pm - 8:15 pm BST
Cost:
Free
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Duration
2 Hours
Facilitators
Cassie Holland, Simone Barnes, Rachel Pirie
Dates and times
Tuesday 16th April 6:15pm - 8:15pm. Tuesday 14th May 6:15pm - 8:15pm

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Terms and Conditions
Our Terms and Conditions can be viewed here.

Parking
St. Pauls Children’s Centre: There is no on-site parking but parking is available on the road for £1 an hour for a maximum of 3 hours, or in Cabot Circus which is 5-minute walk from the St. Pauls Children’s Centre.

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