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Free Training- The ABC of Trauma: children and young people & the link with Domestic Abuse

Due to popular demand, Hampshire County Council and Hampshire Constabulary have organised some further free training courses aimed at professionals who work with children.

 

This short course explores adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), how they link with domestic abuse & how this relates to practice.

 

It will address the following aims, all with a focus on how they relate to families living with domestic abuse:

• Introduce ACEs

• Examine trauma informed practice

• Explore triggers that can result in challenging behaviour

• Examine strategies to engage with CYP

• Examine strategies to support CYP developing resilience

• To offer a framework of working that enables collaboration with CYP

• To promote relational interactions and kindness

 

To book, please follow the links below and book through Eventbrite.  Both courses run from 9.30am (prompt) until 12.30pm.

 

14 January 2020 – Rushmoor

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-abc-of-trauma-children-and-young-people-the-link-with-domestic-abuse-tickets-86490662901

30 January 2020 – Netley

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-abc-of-trauma-children-and-young-people-the-link-with-domestic-abuse-tickets-86491996891

Reducing Parental Conflict: Free Professional Development / Training Opportunity

Free multi agency Reducing Parental Conflict training is now available in Hampshire.  Please see the E-Flier below for further details, including how to book onto the training.

 

Are you working with families where parental conflict is a concern?

The Reducing Parental Conflict Training Programme (RPCP) is part of the Government’s commitment to reducing conflict between parents – whether they are together or separated.

 

What is parental conflict?

Evidence shows that parental conflict puts children’s mental health and long-term future life chances at risk, regardless of whether the parents are together or separated, or are biologically related to the child, such as in blended or foster families.

 

Who should attend?

Any professional working with children, young people and families is well placed to be able to spot, intervene and support families where there is conflict in the relationship of parents, whether they are birth parents or step-parents or carers.

 

Why attend?

Quite simply, for the benefit of vulnerable children and young people whose lives you are helping to improve. Parental conflict is known to be a risk factor for poor child outcomes, particularly when conflict is frequent, intense and poorly resolved.

 

Please promote this training amongst your staff/agency. The training is available via both half day face to face sessions across Hampshire and E Learning. Please direct any queries to cs.nominations@hants.gov.uk or call 01962 715669.

 

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