Kim Martin’s consultancy work spans more than 15 years of leadership, inspecting, auditing, coaching and training. She is qualified to provide certified training and is experienced in creating bespoke CPD training and workshops. Kim places safeguarding and mental health and wellbeing at the forefront of every leadership mandate.See more from Kim Martin
Certificate in Personal Care
Developed by Kim Martin, an early years consultant and an Ofsted regulated and advisory inspector, this Essential CPD course will provide you with the knowledge and awareness of developing personal care in children.
Within the Early Years Foundation Stage statutory framework, personal care is defined as including ‘helping a child for reasons of age, illness or disability, with eating or drinking, or in connection with toileting, washing, bathing and dressing’, encompassing intimate and non-intimate personal care. With good practice and robust safeguarding structures in place, providing personal care can be a time for early years practitioners to promote development, safety and emotional resilience.
Developed by Kim Martin, an early years consultant and an Ofsted regulated and advisory inspector, this Essential CPD course will provide you with the knowledge and awareness of developing personal care in children and young people.
Please note: This course consists of learning through video, task completion and further reading/research. Please consider this when planning and allocating your time. To successfully understand and achieve the objectives of the course, learners are expected to engage in all aspects of the learning process to ensure they can successfully apply the knowledge and skills they have gained in their own setting.
Designed in line with the following policies:
- Keeping Children Safe in Education
- Working Together to Safeguard Children
- What to do if you are worried a child is being abused
note for non-UK learners: Although
this course reflects best practice principles and might be useful for learners
outside the UK, please note that it is based solely on UK guidance and
legislation. Please make sure you also adhere to relevant legislation
applicable in your own country.