A one-day training event for education practitioners, job coaches, medical practitioners, 3rd sector volunteers and support workers. This event explores experiences, behaviours and specific needs of children and young people in care.
Overall aim and outcomes
By the end of this session participants will understand the needs of care-experienced children and young people, be able to recognise and address barriers and differentiate to effectively support children and young people in care.
Through this training participants will learn about:
- key legislation and the journey through care
- trauma and attachment
- the effects of a disruptive childhood and education
- differentiating the needs of care-experienced children and young people
- signposting; networks and additional sources of support
Who is this aimed at?
Those that support young or provide services to children and young people. Including, education staff (teachers, learning support staff, person tutors, welfare officers), job centre coaches, medical practitioners (GPs, nursing staff), prison officers, third sector voluntary staff, hostel support workers, helpline staff etc. Content and materials will be adapted to meet your needs.
Our training is delivered at your premises or site, with content and materials adapted to meet the needs of the group.
To find out more or arrange a training date, please contact Helen at Helen.Sweet@becomecharity.org.uk or call her on 020 7017 2789.