Duration 1 Day
The course aims to provide participants with an understanding of Trauma informed practice and framework. It will support the development and understanding of trauma responses and reflect upon how these are understood by professionals within their own organisations. It will equip the attendees with tools for responding in trauma informed ways and provide an organisational response framework.
By the end of this course delegates will have covered: Trauma responses to threat and danger Challenging behaviour and interpersonal difficulties Trauma responses within professional practice and organisational culture Theoretical tools and key principles in developing a trauma informed practice The benefits of a trauma informed practice and framework
Methods of Delivery
This course is delivered via Central Training's Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). The trainer will use a blended approach of virtual platforms, group discussion, power point presentation, handouts and further reading materials.
- Course Content
- Training Considerations
- Related Courses
- Trauma and trauma responses: threats of danger and impact on relationships
- Trauma-informed principles: professional practice and organisational systems
- Tools and key principles in responding in a trauma-informed way
- Developing a model for professional practice and the wider organisation
Practitioners who wish to explore their practice and develop a deeper understanding of working within a trauma-informed approach.
There are no pre-training requirements for this course although delegates are required to bring writing paper and a pen to the course.
Delegates will receive a certificate of attendance upon completion of this course.
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