Children and Young People Development Courses
Our children and young people development courses cover behavioural topics and courses for supporting people would have suffered bad experiences in their life from sexual abuse, witnessing domestic violence and attachment issues to recover and develop.
This training course identifies what life story work is and why this is essential for children, young people and teenagers who are in looked after care and support. This training course considers the impact of life story work on both young people and supporters, considers practical ways to approach difficult stories and identifies information which contributes to life story work and how to structure life story books.
This training course is designed for professionals who work with children and young people and need to know about the stages of child development and the intellectual, physiological, physical and emotional child development transitions. This is a Level 3 accredited course.
This training course is designed for people who work with vulnerable children and young people who have challenges in forming positive attachments and need to learn more about the theories of attachment (Bowlby's theory), the relationships between attachment, separation and loss, the impact which early influences have on emotions, feelings and relationships and ways of supporting young people to built trust, resilience and maintain positive relationships. This is a Level 3 accredited course.
This training course considers what sexual health and sexuality is, how young people develop sexual awareness, the influencing factors and how to support sexual behaviours which are concerning whilst talking to young people about sexual health and sexuality related issues.
Accredited training course is designed for professionals who are working with vulnerable children and young people who present challenging behaviour and who need to learn more about the types of behaviours, our own reactions and professional limitations, the influences of behaviour, legal boundaries and ways of promoting positive experiences and constructing positive behaviour management plans. This is a Level 3 accredited course.
Accredited training course is designed for professionals who work with children and young people who present sexualised behaviours and considers the meaning of sexualised behaviour, possible causes and influences of behaviour, types of sexualised behaviours, attachment related challenges and ways of providing support and signposting. This is a Level 3 accredited course.
This training course focuses on the specific support needs of children and young people who have been sexually abused or witnessed sexual abuse. This training course confirms what is meant by child sexual abuse, behaviours which constitute child sexual abuse, the impact which this can have on children and young people emotionally and behaviourally and ways of providing specific support and safeguards.
This training course focuses on the effects which experiencing or witnessing domestic violence may have on children and young people and suggests ways to provide support.
This accredited training course is designed for professionals who work with adolescent young people and need to learn more about the stages of adolescent development, physical, cognitive and psychological developments, changes in behaviour and ways of providing support. This is a Level 3 accredited course.
This Children, Young People and Mental Health training course specifically focuses on mental health of children and young people, considers different types of mental health conditions, the impact, indicators and factors which may influence mental health in children and young people.
This training course considers individual approaches to promoting positive behaviour, consider how everybody reacts differently to different behaviours, considers different conflict management styles, considers the impact which trauma, abuse and neglect can have on looked after young people and identifies best practice ways of working in promoting positive behaviour for young people and in providing support for professionals.
This training course explores the importance of promoting positive mental wellbeing, recognising mental health challenges and, in particular, supporting individuals who experience schizophrenia.
This training course is designed for people who provide support to children, young people and adults with a diagnosis of ADHD (or those considering pursuing a diagnosis) and who need to learn more about what ADHD is, the different types, characteristics and ways of providing support. This is a Level 3 accredited course.