How attachment, trauma and loss may impact on children’s everyday lives. How sensitive interactions and relationships can promote emotional well-being. How ordinary magic contributes to developing resilience.
This training will be delivered by Educational Psychologists (Kirklees Educational Psychology Service) who have experience working with children in care and with complex SEMH needs.
This training is suitable for Key Adults or Teaching Assistants who have direct responsibly for supporting children in care in their setting or who are interested in learning more about this. The training is relevant for staff who work in both primary and secondary schools as well as mainstream and specialist settings.
You will have opportunities to explore and share the valuable contribution you make - recognising what you are doing well already and consider what you could do more of in regards to the needs of children in care.
Upon completion of the course, each delegate will receive a set of materials that can be used to further enhance knowledge and understanding.
This training is commissioned by the Virtual School, so there is no direct cost to delegates when booking. Please note, it is essential you book onto the course that matches your professional role. Should you book onto the incorrect course, a member of the Educational psychology team will contact you to alter your booking. If you need any further information please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone: 01924 483744. Course Tutors: April Frearson and Greta Kosters Cost: £0.00 Lunch will not be provided.
Key Adults or Teaching Assistants