All the courses are CPD accredited
CPD Accredited courses
Maze Recruitment Group understand the importance of keeping our candidates up to date with their CPD in order to increase motivation, confidence, and commitment to the jobs they do. Below are a list of CPD Accredited courses all our registered candidates have access to free of charge. If you wish to undertake any of the training listed below please contact your consultant who will give you an access link.
Alcohol Awareness Training for Teachers & Staff
To support schools in their understanding of policies and procedures around alcohol and the dangers of excessive drinking.
The course provides you with information regarding good practice on how schools should address the issues of alcohol education and alcohol-related incidents with students. The course should take approximately 15-20 minutes to complete.
Child Sexual Exploitation - Awareness Training for Teachers and Staff 2023/24
Child sexual Exploitation awareness is an important aspect of keeping children safe and, as part of your safeguarding duties, it is essential that you know the signs that a child or young person is being sexually exploited. This course will help you understand the issues surrounding CSE and learn about how to spot the signs.
E-safety - Annual Training for Teachers & Staff 2023/24
This training covers key aspects of online safety for those working in schools and colleges.
It does contain content which some users may find upsetting, and it is important that you talk to your line manager if you have been affected in any way.
This course should take approximately 20-30 minutes to complete.
First Aid - Common Illnesses and Injuries in Schools - 2023/24
The aim of this training is to provide you with an understanding of common illnesses and injuries, so you feel confident in dealing with a medical situation in your school working environment.
Health & Safety - School Hazards Awareness 2023/24
The aim of this training is to provide you with the essential knowledge to recognise the significant health and safety hazards in your workplace in order to keep you, your colleagues and students safe. Remember, a hazard is simply something that may cause harm.
Safeguarding - An Introduction for Teachers and Staff 2023/24
The aim of this course is to give an introduction to safeguarding in an educational setting. It provides information on the terminology used and explains the key roles of individuals.
Student Mental Well-being - Training for Teachers & Staff 2023/24
The aim of this course is to support schools in their understanding of policies and procedures around the mental well-being of children and young people.
The course provides you with information regarding good practice on how schools should address the situation of pupils with mental health issues. The course should take approximately 15-20 minutes to complete.
Anti-radicalisation & 'Prevent' - Awareness Training for Schools
Teachers have a duty under the government’s Prevent strategy to identify concerns about any young person who might be in danger of being radicalised.
This course will help you understand what radicalisation and extremism are and how you might identify whether a child is at risk. There is information on the Prevent strategy and what to do if you have concerns.
The course should take approximately 30 minutes to complete.
Drugs Awareness and County Lines for School Staff 2023/24
The aim of this module is to support schools in their understanding of policies and procedures around drugs and substance misuse.
This course now also includes information on County Lines.
The training provides you with information regarding good practice on how schools should address the issues of drug education and drugs-related incidents with students. The course should take approximately 20-25 minutes to complete.
FGM Awareness Training 2023/24
This course aims to inform school staff about the practice of FGM so that they will be more confident about what to look out for, who might be at risk and what to do if they suspect a case in their class or school.
This course has been developed by Vicki Dan, a teacher with over 15 years' teaching experience in different capacities, who now also delivers workshops on contraception and sex and relationship education to local secondary schools.
Food Hygiene Training for Teachers & Staff 2023/24
This course is designed for anyone new to food safety and is ideal for use in schools. It is also designed for new employees working in low-risk environments or anyone with an interest in safe food preparation at home.
The course introduces the concept of safe food, improves your food preparation and handling knowledge and is a starting point for further study as a food handler.
Introduction to Abuse for Teachers and Staff 2023/24
This training course provides you with an introduction to, and understanding of, abuse relating to children in the context of educational settings. It explains the terminology and the key roles of school and college staff in identifying, and acting on, signs of abuse. The course includes multiple-choice questions to consolidate learning.
Sexting - An Introduction for Teachers and Staff 2023/24
The aim of this training course is to support schools in their understanding of policies and procedures around young people sharing indecent and/or inappropriate images - sexting.
The course provides you with information regarding good practice on how schools should address the issues of pupils sharing indecent images and how to deal with any sexting (YPSI) incident.
The training should take approximately 15-20 minutes to complete.
UK GDPR & Data Protection - Training for Schools 2023/24
GDPR & Data Protection training to raise awareness of the new data protection laws within the context of an educational setting.
Bullying Awareness Training for Teachers & Staff
This training is designed to support schools in their understanding of policies and procedures around the different ways in which children and young people can be bullied.
This assignment covers good practice on how schools should address the issues of bullying.
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion for Teachers
The aim of this course is to introduce Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) in an educational setting.
The course will provide information on what we mean by EDI and its relevance to education.
It also covers relevant equality legislation, types of discrimination, and case studies. There are examples of inclusive practice and lesson ideas to inspire you to embed inclusion into your own learning environment.
First Aid - Basic Life Support for Schools
The aim of this training is to provide you with essential basic life saving skills, so you feel confident in dealing with a medical emergency in your school working environment.
Health & Safety - School Essentials 2023/24
Part 1 of schools health and safety e-learning,
The aim of this course is to provide you with the essential knowledge you need to understand why health and safety is important in your school, and what you must do to ensure you meet your legal responsibilities and be part of a safe learning environment.
Keeping Children Safe in Education 2023/24
The Department for Education (DfE) has issued statutory safeguarding guidance for schools and colleges since 2006.
On 1st September 2022 the new version of the Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSIE) became statutory guidance for all providers of education for children and young people under 18.
As Part 1 and Annex A are required minimum reading for all staff, we’ve extracted what we believe to be the essential information from the guidance for you and present it in an on-line learning format enabling tracking of completion.
This new course for 2022-23 is based on the latest KCSIE document which now also includes the previous government guidance 'Sexual violence and sexual harassment between children in schools and colleges'
To help further we have included two extra assignments which can be used for distributing and evidencing the reading of the documents KCSiE Part 1 and KCSiE Annex A.
Part 1 MUST be read by all staff who work directly with children.
Annex A is a minimum required reading for all staff who do NOT directly work with children.
Social Media for Teachers and Staff 2023/24
Social Media is an integral part of many people’s lives, whether this is posting on Facebook, selfies on Instagram or vlogging on YouTube. Many people use it as a key communication tool to share information instantly with family and friends.
In addition, social media can be a powerful educational tool when used correctly and can provide a platform to promote the successes and achievements of a school.
This course will help you gain an understanding of social media and it's use but schools and staff and learn about safeguarding issues for children and young people involving social media.