Planning Activities to Encourage Resilience (Trauma Related Events)
In a nutshell
Experiencing trauma can have a profound effect on a child’s development and well-being.
This course will give learners an insight into ways to become trauma informed within a professional setting and allow them to learn strategies to develop resilience.
This course is for...
...you work as childcare professional and want to gain additional knowledge.
...you are studying childcare and want to gain experience to compliment your learning or further prepare you to enter employment.
Learners will explore how trauma can affect a child and the lasting impact it can have. The course will give an idea of the types of trauma which affect children, young people and their families, as well as strategies that may improve resilience leading to improved health and well-being.
On this course you can expect to:?
- Determine what is meant by trauma
- Explore factors of trauma
- Analyse types of trauma?
- Develop strategies to develop resilience
There are no formal qualifications required for this course. You’ll be expected to commit to 6 hours and to fully engage in all components of the course. No formal assessment required however we expect candidates to undertake all activities with enthusiasm and display respect for others.
Learners can progress to other part time options offered within the school which will complement this course and continuous professional development.
Course options include:
- Impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences on Health and Wellbeing
- Planning Activities to Encourage Resilience (Trauma Related Events)
- Highfield Level 2 Award in Induction to Mental Health Awareness
Have any questions or are not sure if this is the right course for you?
Contact our Student Recruitment team
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