About the training
The training will explore trauma theory and how the Acceptance of a trauma model offers the potential for recovery. By exploring the Behaviours that result from trauma it is possible to understand that it is ‚Äėwhat happened‚Äô to children and young people that resulted in coping strategies that can be destructive to the individual, family and society.
We believe that by being Curious as individuals we can facilitate a collaborative culture to promote healing and autonomy. We introduce simple activities to promote curiosity with those we support.
The cost of attending this course is ¬£20 per person, plus VAT.¬†
The course will be held at our offices in Brixham.
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Who should attend
Early Years workers, teachers, school support staff, social workers, family support workers, neighbourhood teams, early help workers, youth offending teams, foster carers, housing sector workers, voluntary sector workers, youth workers, health practitioners, police, police support staff, and other front-line care professionals.
About the ABC of Trauma – Children and Young People
The ABC of Trauma – Children and Young People training day will provide delegates with the confidence to understand the pathology, impact and approaches used when working with children and young people who have, and maybe still are, experiencing trauma.
The course is designed to provide a thorough theoretical underpinning before giving delegates practical tools that can be used to build on in their practice.
We deliver our training using a trauma informed model, and so safety, opportunity for collaborative learning, strengths based and skill building are all built into the design of the training.
There will be opportunity throughout the training to link evidence to practice and look at how delegates may develop protective factors with clients to promote resilience, mitigate further ACEs and aim for recovery.
- Professionals will be able to understand how trauma from early age manifests itself in behaviour and life choices of children and young people.
- Increased understanding on the links between trauma, attachment, behaviour and triggers.
- Improved understanding on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs).
- Increased knowledge on social and emotional development of children and young people.
- Improved knowledge on how to support children and young people to address their emotions and manage behaviours and apply the correct intervention.
- Confidence to implement training learnt in day to day work.
- Increased knowledge about trauma and its impact.
- Increased knowledge about using a trauma informed approach.
- Increased knowledge of interventions to mitigate trauma and ACEs.
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The customer may cancel a training course provided that written notice is given to the supplier at least 28 days before the first training date.
If the notice to cancel is provided less than 28 days before the first training date, no refund will be made to the customer.
If the notice to cancel is provided more than 28 days before the first training date, 100% of the charges will be refunded to the customer.