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Getting started with Open Badges
Scottish Social Services CouncilThis Open Badge is awarded to people who take part in a session or webinar about how to use Open Badges to demonstrate their learning.
Loretto Care: 415 facilitator
Loretto CareThis Open Badge recognises people who facilitate sessions at The 415 Hub and Cluster Innovation Project which is a partnership between Loretto Care, Wheatley Group and Glasgow City Health & Social Care Partnership.
Confident Conversations about Technology – learning event participation
Alzheimer ScotlandThis open badge is awarded to delegates who attended and participated in the Confident Conversations about Technology national learning programme - contact day.
Confident Conversations about Technology – learning event sign up
Alzheimer ScotlandThis open badge is automatically awarded to delegates who sign up to the Confident Conversations about Technology national learning programme.
Equality of Opportunity
Scottish Childminding AssociationThis Open Badge is awarded to childminders who demonstrate an understanding of equal opportunities, recognising good practice in relation to childminding and how to challenge discrimination.
Childminders: Infection Prevention and Control
Scottish Childminding AssociationThis Open Badge is designed to support Childminders to understand the importance of ensuring they provide a safe environment for children to develop and grow. This is at the heart of good childcare practice and allows childminders to reflect on the care they provide by raising awareness of health and safety issues when caring for children.
Childminders: Parental Involvement
Scottish Childminding AssociationThis badge is awarded to childminders who can demonstrate their understanding on the importance of parental involvement in delivering a quality childminding service.
Child Development: The Childminder’s Role
Scottish Childminding AssociationThis Open Badge is awarded to childminders who demonstrate an understanding of their role in supporting children’s learning and development. Childminders should also demonstrate an understanding of how to review and develop their practice in this topic.
Childminders: Child-led Planning
Scottish Childminding AssociationThis Open Badge is awarded to Childminders who can demonstrate their understanding on how to plan to meet children's needs in all areas of development, so that each child can reach their full potential. Children are happy and fulfilled if their needs are being met. Planning helps us meet these needs.