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Feedback from training – Working with Attachment in Mind

Hi Chris ….  May I take this opportunity to tell you me and my wife…really enjoyed the course and the way you presented each module.  We really think you have empowered us to think that little bit more about children who are in placements with us and the bigger picture of how fragile these children are.

We have recently had a 6 day old baby placed with us.  Even this young, your course has helped us understand the feelings of loss this child has had and helps us understand the process this child is going through.

Again I want to thank you and hope a lot of people who work in caring for looked after children take up this course. Keep up  this outstanding work your doing and I hope me and my wife will see you on the call back. Oh and what great people we had on the course. A few are face book buddies and we are all there for each other on our journeys of looking after children. Thanks.

P and C

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Training in trauma

As Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) come under funding pressure, concerns about children’s mental health and well-being place great strains on schools. IMO, schools good do a great deal more by providing some basic trauma training for staff, in much the same way as school staff have basic first aid, fire and health and safety awareness, programmes that raise trauma awareness are central to providing a safe environment for every pupil.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-35113899

 Training in trauma

for example: Trauma-Informed Practice for Schools

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Attachment, Trauma and Recovery

Attachment, Trauma and Recovery

A new five day programme for foster-carers working with complex and enduring needs is now available.  The programme aims to develop foster carers to provide high levels of support and enriching relationships for fostered children who have experienced early trauma and help make sense of their often fragmented and traumatic past, whilst safely managing behavioural difficulties.  The programme is interactive
and experiential, helping foster carers apply theory to practice.  It is structured on the principles of active learning, including self-directed learning, learning through practice, case-based “learning in context” and small group interaction.

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Evaluating Training

In order to evaluate a recent training programme on attachment-informed practice for local authority foster carers, individual learning objectives were assessed on a 11-point scale (0-10) by participants .  The group identified  34 individual training objectives, with a mean score of 2.9 before the training.  Participants reviewed their subject knowledge against these goals post training. The mean score post-training was 7.9.  These subjective scales suggest that individuals found their particular needs were addressed by the programme.

Participants were also asked to evaluate the programme on a 10-item, 4-point satisfaction scale.  Items were: meeting aims and learning outcomes, applying training, relevance of training and training delivery.  The mean satisfaction score, which could sit between 1 and 4, was 3.78, indicating a high level of satisfaction with course content, learning outcomes and delivery.

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