Trauma and adversity can have a devastating effect on the wellbeing and functioning of students, often affecting not only their wellbeing but also achievement. This course is designed to give an introduction to what complex trauma is and how it affects student’s development at school as well as learn how to apply trauma-informed strategies to support students and minimise the risk to schools.
£225 + VAT (Early bird)
£260 + VAT (Standard rate)
Early bird offer is available 2 months before course date.
Includes lunch, refreshments, full set of course notes and CPD Certificate.
- Gain a clear understanding of attachment, disorganised attachment and trauma
- Gain an understanding of the terms dissociation and hyperarousal
- Develop understanding of ordinary emotional development from birth through to adolescence
- Acquire knowledge of different kinds of trauma and adverse experience, and the ways in which negative experiences have an impact on emotional development and relationships
- Learn practical strategies to empower students to develop self-regulation
- Create a kit bag of tools to help students regulate and navigate social and sensory challenges
- Learn strategies for minimising the risk to students in classrooms and schools
- Understand resilience and how to promote recovery from adverse life events
- Apply trauma-informed practice and programs in schools