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Trauma Informed Practices
Tuesday 8th February 2022, 09:00 – 15:30 Full day

Wellbeing for Education Recovery Programme 2022

  • Explore the impact of adverse experiences in childhood.
  • Utilise the ‘window of tolerance’ model to support our understanding of coping
  • Consider risk and resiliency factors
  • The role of the key adult
  • Practical support strategies

This course is aimed at Primary and Special School staff

Areas Covered: -

  • Introducing trauma: understanding the impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences on children.
  • Utilising Cognitive and Neurological theories to develop our understanding of the impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences on learning, emotions and relationships. Developing best practices to support children who have experienced trauma within the school community, with a particular focus on practical ways of working.

Course Outcomes: -

  • Knowledge of theories, approaches and practical skills to effectively support children following traumatic experiences.
  • Understanding of specific difficulties which are related to developmental trauma.

    Who Is It For: - Primary and Special School staff

    FEE: - £150

    Dates: - 9 February 2022

    Duration: - 09:00 – 15:30 (full day)

Course details:

Reference: SPCLCOUR2993
Date: Tuesday 8th February 2022
Time: 09:00 – 15:30 Full day
Cost: £150 per delegate (Leicester Maintained Schools)
£150 per delegate (All Other Schools - Non-Maintained)
Trainers: SEMH Team Paul Carr & Beth Pope
Location: The BRITE Centre
Braunstone Avenue
Leicester
LE3 1LE
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