INSET – CPD – CWD Training

what can we offer: We offer training and support in a range of ways including:

Online eLearning units with CPD hours.

These units will be available from the new CEL&T Website from this summer

 An Introduction to Children who have Experienced Loss and Trauma

Your achievement is recognised on Certificate of Completion and the materials are available 24 hours a day 7 days a week to allow flexible use of the learning. Each unit takes approx. 10-15 hours to complete and can be completed at any time over 10 week period to suit your life demands.

INSET training for individual schools or cluster groups (half day or whole day) onsite or offsite provided in partnership with

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working together means we are able to offer training across the Country beyond our region

 

between 2015 and 2016 we were asked to provide the following with excellent reviews:

April 2016 Primary School Cluster INSET Children who have experienced Loss and Trauma (Including attachment and impact on brain development,  to over 60 teachers, TAs and support staff Sunderland Local Authority

April 2016 Trauma training for Sunderland adoption panel

April 2016 Trauma workshop, Ascent SEN Conference Invited Speaker

March (2016) Link CIC charity, Redcar  Who are Children in Care Training day for organisation

Feb (2016) Link CIC charity, Redcar  Why is Attachment important Training day for organisation

Jan 2016, Link CIC charity, Redcar The impact of Trauma on children and Young people Training day for organisation

Jan 2016 Children who have experienced Loss and Trauma (Including Attachment and Impact on Brain development, NMT  (Training) for Sunderland Local Authority Childrens Services: social workers and managers as well as independent professionals 

October 2015 Children who have experienced Loss and Trauma (Including Attachment and Impact on Brain development) Cluster Group INSET Training for 100+ educational staff including Headteachers and teachers Sunderland Local Authority Primary School Cluster

July 2015 Children who have experienced Loss and Trauma: In the  One Year On: National Conference, lead organiser and Key Note Speakers. University of Sunderland

June 2015 Children who have experienced Loss and Trauma (Including Attachment and Impact on Brain development) and Bio pyscho social model of trauma  Invited Key Note speakers for Sunderland South Headteachers Annual conference

May 2015 Children who have experienced Loss and Trauma (Including Attachment and Impact on Brain development) and Bio pyscho social model of trauma Invited Key Note speaker for INSET Training Sunderland Local Authority Primary School Cluster

2015-2016 teaching events in relation to trauma and attachment for Sunderland Children’s services adoption team

National conferences  these are annual conferences hosted at the University of Sunderland in partnership with a wide range of organisations, we are currently developing our next conference for 2017

We are also happy to ‘Speak’ at conferences arranged

We also provide, when requested, Support and Advice in developing Attachment Friendly Schools/ Emotionally supportive schools promoting Wellbeing

We appreciate your Feedback

You asked – so we….

You highlighted: pdf format for unit handbooks were problematic for a small number of students-We Responded: we have made word versions available also so students can choose pdf or word

You asked for: More training units We are: currently working with the EYPS team to Early years,  developing more units specifically for schools both primary and secondary, as well as , Parent on Child Violence and the impact of domestic violence

Most of our training is delivered by

Dr Wendy Thorley, National Teaching Fellow, University of Sunderland and

Mr Al Coates, member of the Expert Steering Group DfE and

Ms Stephanie Hunter, University of Sunderland