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Code: BH/23/0033 Emotion Coaching
Emotion Coaching has been found to help children and young people better understand their emotions, as well as regulate, improve and take ownership of their behaviour. Emotion Coached children and young people:
· Achieve more academically in school
· Are more popular
· Have fewer behavioural problems
· Have fewer infectious illnesses
· Are more emotionally stable
· Are more resilient
Emotion Coaching can also help practitioners to be more sensitive to the needs of children and young people, create more consistent responses to behaviour, feel more ‘in control’ during incidents, and promote positive relationships between adults and children.
Delegates will be encouraged between Day 1 and 2 to reflect on their learning and experiences. This will involve keeping a reflective diary to consider how you have used Emotion Coaching ‘in the moment’, what went well and what you have learnt through ‘getting it wrong’, which is an important part of the learning process and EC journey.
Between days 1 and 2, you will also need to watch the half hour video here
At the end of the 2 day course, you will consider how you can further embed Emotion Coaching into your work and personal lives and consider how to “adopt” and “adapt” into your professional practice. “you need to practise to improve practice” (Gilbert, 2018)
Please note, this is now a 2 day course. No need to redo if already done the 1 day course.
Code: BH/22/0936 CPD Module - Understanding and Engaging with Trauma-Informed Practice - Spring
To apply for this module please 'request a place' and download the FCL Social Work CPD Funding Application Pack from Attached Documents, complete this and return to email@example.com by the 11th July 2022.
This module is delivered online and starts in March 2023 and runs for 7 weeks. The live seminars will be on Thursday monrings. published dates are subject to change/TBC.
This online module introduces trauma-informed practice as a framework for understanding the impact of trauma, and how professionals can work effectively to facilitate safety and stability for the traumatised children, adults and families they encounter in their work.
Drawing upon the most recent research and examples from practice, the module enables both those in direct practice and service management to better facilitate safety and wellbeing throughout their organisations - for staff and service users alike.
Delivered entirely online over a seven week period, the module affords a high level of flexibility, enabling you to fit learning around existing jobs and personal commitments. There will be one live seminar session per week and the rest of the teaching will be recorded so that you can access this at the most convenient time for you each week.
Module assessments include weekly reflective activities and a final paper focused on applying principles of trauma-informed practice in direct work and/or organisational contexts.
Further details on CPD modules, awards and pathways at Sussex University available here: http://www.sussex.ac.uk/socialwork/pgstudy/cpd
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|1||09 March 2023||10:00 - 11:30||Online Learning Session||Map|
|2||16 March 2023||10:00 - 11:30||Online Learning Session||Map|
|3||23 March 2023||10:00 - 11:30||Online Learning Session||Map|
|4||30 March 2023||10:00 - 11:30||Online Learning Session||Map|
|5||06 April 2023||10:00 - 11:30||Online Learning Session||Map|
|6||13 April 2023||10:00 - 11:30||Online Learning Session||Map|
|7||20 April 2023||10:00 - 11:30||Online Learning Session||Map|
Code: BH/23/0038 Recognising and Supporting Parents in Conflict
This one day training course is part of the Reducing Parental Conflict Programme, and is composed of modules 1-3 of this programme.
The course explores how to recognise the signs of parental conflict at the early stages, and how to discuss parental conflict with parents. It highlights how to support parents in finding constructive outcomes which are shown to provide positive lessons for children to learn, such as negotiation skills and compromise. It focuses on practising the skills of handling conversations with parents in conflict using tools and techniques to enable parents to resolve destructive conflict with positive outcomes.
Code: BH/22/0932 Children's CPD Module - Professional Learning Review / Professional Learning Review: Extended
A 15 or 30 credit Masters level module for experienced practitioners or managers wanting to bring prior learning and experience into a CPD award pathway. Practitioners must have at least 30 credits gained from stand-alone CPD modules.
The module comprises an individually tailored delivery of tutorials and, dependent on participant numbers, group tutorial sessions. These will assist the candidate to review previous learning against current learning outcomes, plan work and critically reflect on past and current practice in relation to contemporary reading and research relevant to role and award pathway.
This module particularly suits experienced practitioners needing 15 or 30 credits to complete a Postgraduate Certificate or Diploma award, though it can be undertaken as a stand-alone module providing an opportunity for you to bring previous study (for example the Practice Teacher’s Award) up to date
and refresh your skills and knowledge.
NOTE: This module is primarily self study. Teaching will focus on the use of relevant knowledge and research for role (mapped against PCF) and the development of professional leadership in the role.
Dates for the tutorials are TBC but will start spring 2023.Essential Information
Code: BH/22/0937 Children's CPD Module - Work-based Research
To apply for this module please 'request a place' and download the FCL Social Work CPD Funding Application Pack from Attached Documents, complete this and return to firstname.lastname@example.org by the 11th July 2022
This 45 credit module is aimed at practitioners and managers from a range of agency and community services who are keen to design and undertake a work-role related research project.
Applicants are expected to have previous research training, for example through the University of Sussex 15 credit Practitioner Research module which runs in the autumn term.
You will learn how to conduct ethical, well-formulated research within a local service. Teaching is undertaken through a combination of supervision and targeted research method seminars aimed at building research skills.
Peer supervision groups enable the sharing of experience and the development of knowledge in a like-minded group setting. Individual supervision provides the support and knowledge base you need to develop your own research strategy and practice, to collect and analyse your data, and to present it in a way that provides recommendations to the agency where appropriate.
You will create a critical literature review as part of your report, guided by your supervisor, which will help to build your contextual knowledge and skills.
The module is assessed by a research report and a reflective research journal - both cultivating and demonstrating your researcher identity alongside your normal role.
On completion of the module you should feel ready to continue conducting research in your workplace, to inform practice and make recommendations for improvements to services for individuals or the community.