Level 4 Award in Trauma Informed Practice for Children and Young People
This NCFE accredited Level 4 Award is delivered by clinical psychologists and social worker consultants who have significant front-line experience in a wide range of children’s services including secure. This qualification will enable you to become a Trauma Informed Practitioner within your organisation.
The Award comprises of five units for anyone in a non-supervisory role and a sixth unit for senior practitioners and supervisors/managers. The course is delivered over 7 to 8 days with breaks in between enabling learners to reflect and embed the knowledge from each Unit into practice.
To improve outcomes for the children and young people, services will benefit from trauma informed champions role modeling therapeutic practice and helping others to understand the importance of adopting a trauma informed approach.
Our training is split into 6 units:
- Trauma, Brain Development and Attachment
- Childhood & Adolescent Development
- Complex Behaviours
- Resilience, Self-Care and Compassion Fatigue
- Trauma Informed Practice
- Trauma Informed Leadership
Karen Cloute has a Doctorate in Clinical and Community Psychology and specialises in child and adolescent mental health with a specific
interest in neurodevelopment. Karen has worked as a clinician, trainer and supervisor and has delivered training for Exeter and Reading University. Since 2015 Karen has been the Clinical Lead for a Secure Children’s Home where they have been embedding a trauma informed, therapeutic parenting approach for children with highly complex needs and trauma histories.
This Level 4 award is priced at £1400+vat per person.
Book now for our special introductory price of £1095+vat per person.
Trauma Informed Residential Leads Support Programme
Leading a therapeutic programme can be an isolating role and reflection is something that is best done with other people. dialogue has been supporting leads for child exploitation, participation and online safety for sometime. This new community, lead by Claire Davies MBE and Liz Cooper, offers four group sessions a year for those leading therapeutic work in their organisations, aiming to share research, develop links and jointly consider their ideas and experiences for just £99 a year.