To be able to effectively work with children, young people and families an understanding of child development is crucial. This practical programme covers both key age and stage milestones and more importantly the impact of the these stages on positive outcomes for children and young people. Practitioners will explore the key facts and theory around early brain development and consider neglect and complex needs on long term resilience and positive life chances. The training produces confident, competent professionals who are able to assess and support families and individual children.
The course is suitable for those working with families in their own homes or community, through health, social care, housing or the voluntary sector or those working with individuals or groups of children in schools and children centres.
- Understand key developmental milestones in child development.
- Understand the emotional intelligence of children.
- Key stages of brain development and its impact on practice.
- All courses are offered on a Face to Face or Virtual basis.
- Bespoke & Open Training Courses Available.
Interface was delighted to provide the Evaluation of the Family Keywork Programme in East Sussex.
We provided a tailored 2 day Staff Support and Supervision course to the Early Start Group.
We are excited to be expanding and continuing our delivery of Restorative Practice across the organisation with a current focus upon Leadership and Frontline cohorts.
We have continued to support Brighton & Hove workforce development in understanding brain development and the impacts on practice.
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