Comprehensive training options, for every eventuality
WHY TRAINING UNLIMITED?
Access all of our training package for a single price, for maximum value, including hundreds of extra education courses and unlimited access to our entire catalogue of extra lifestyle training courses (more than 60,000 courses).
This incredible package not only provides you with all the compliance, safeguarding and wellbeing training you need to prepare for inspections, but also a valuable benefit to attract new teachers to your organisation and help retain the teachers you have by offering wider training packages that only you can offer.
- Maximum value: Access all our courses, tools and materials for a single price, saving thousands of pounds for your school
- Complete development experience: Your staff can access a huge range of additional education-focused courses, like lesson structuring, curriculum knowledge, assessment & feedback and challenging pupils
- Own choice: thousands of lifestyle courses are also available as part of the unlimited package, from learning new language skills to computer coding. Ideal for staff to use in their downtime. Promote these as a benefit when attracting new staff to your organisation.
What courses are included?
Give your staff access to a comprehensive training package, including all courses from our Wellbeing First, Safeguarding Complete and Core Compliance packages. The Training Unlimited package gives you all this, as well as hundreds of other courses suitable for Teachers’ Standards 1-7.
Teacher CPD UK accredited training
Hobbies and wellbeing
Basic to advanced IT Skills
As Training Unlimited includes so many courses, a Hays Education Training expert will contact you to understand your school and its specific needs. Your expert will guide you through the whole process and work to appreciate the unique needs of your staff before curating a selection of courses which best match your school.
Nurseries and staff in early years’ settings can access training specifically designed to help them support and develop young children in a safe space, including:
- GDPR in Early Years
What is GDPR and who does it apply to? This course, tailored for early years’ professionals, explains the six principles of GDPR, how it will affect early years settings/practitioners and the importance of GDPR compliance.
This course explores the aspects of physical development as listed in the Statutory Framework for the Early Years; Foundation Stage. It covers the importance of physical activity from birth, how physical development can link with all Prime and Specific Areas in early years and how practitioners can support physical development with the right activities and environment.
- SEND Code of Practice
This introduction to the SEND code of practice will help any early years’ practitioner understand the Special Educational Needs and Disability Code of Practice (2014). It also covers relevant sections of the 2010 Equality Act and explains the aims of the document in regard to early years education.
As well as 15 other courses specific to staff caring for young children.