Trauma Informed Approaches Training
This is a full-day course looking at the impact of trauma on children, families and professionals, how to support healing and how to practise in a trauma informed way.
Who is it for?
All DSCP training endorses that safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children is everyone’s responsibility. As such, this course is relevant for practitioners and managers across the range of Adult and Children’s services and is for all professionals who work with parents, carers, children and young people.
Who is delivering the training?
The training is delivered by therapeutically trained and experienced workers from Full Circle Therapeutic Services.
Full Circle is a specialist therapeutic service for children and young people with complex backgrounds who have been abused or neglected, and the impact of the abuse or neglect is affecting their day to day functioning and emotional wellbeing.
Ofsted said about the Service, “The therapeutic service provided by Full Circle is invaluable. Using evidence based research, the service is making a real difference to children who have been traumatised by adverse childhood experiences, as well as supporting their carers.” (September 2019).
Ofsted said about children, young people and families, “They receive tailored and highly effective support with their emotional needs from the specialist therapeutic Full Circle team. Foster carers and adopters are well supported by social workers and Full Circle in the transition and continuing care of children placed with them.” (May 2022)
For more information about the Full Circle Therapeutic Service and what they can offer, visit https://www.durham.gov.uk/fullcircle
By the end of the session, participants will:
- Have an understanding of the importance of attachment relationships
- Have an understanding around trauma, it’s impact and how to support healing from trauma
- Consider the impact on ourselves when working with those that have experienced trauma
- Understand how to work in a trauma informed way
A certificate of attendance will be auto-generated and received on completion of the evaluation form. Therefore it is vital that you complete this as this is the only method you will receive a certificate of attendance.
DSCP Training Charging Policy
DSCP maintain a charging policy and the aim of the policy is to manage the demand on the multi-agency training programme delivered to ensure it is fairly accessed. It is also a reflection of the resources required to deliver the partnerships multi-agency training programme and the cost associated with non-attendees.
Training is currently offered to agencies of the partnership including all Early Years Providers. Private, for-profit organisations and those agencies external to Durham will be charged £95 per person.
Cancellation/No-Attendance Policy (The implementation of this is at the discretion of the DSCP)
If you need to change or cancel your booking it is vital that you email DSCPTraining@durham.gov.uk at the earliest opportunity so that this place can be offered to others and to avoid any charges that may be incurred.
|Training Full day
|Partner Agency including all Early Years Providers, Voluntary and Charitable Organisations
|Non-partners/private/for-profit agencies/Organisations external to Durham
|Tuesday 6 February 2024
|Tuesday 9 April 2024
|Tuesday 11 June 2024
|Tuesday 23 July 2024
|Tuesday 1 October 2024
|Tuesday 26 November 2024