This course will support foster carers to appreciate the complexities of challenging behaviours and to enable them to link behaviours to a child’s underlying needs. It will introduce the attachment theory, the secure base model, and others and practical techniques to support their approaches.
- Introduce the attachment theory and how this can help to understand a child’s experiences
- Explain how a child’s early experiences can affect their behaviour patterns
- Introduce the secure base, PACE and other models to help foster carers shape their approach
- Introduce the ABC model and how this can support management of behaviour
"I've learnt so much, I will be putting my new skills into practise straight away! Thank you"
FACE TO FACE:
FACE TO FACE
CONTACT THE TRAINING TEAM DISCUSS BOOKING A NUMBER OF COURSES TOGETHER IN A TRAINING BUNDLE
Journey 2 Foster
Empower your pre-approval carers with the skills, confidence, and knowledge to prepare them for their journey 2 foster.Find out more...
Managing Allegations For Staff
Comprehensive training for social work professionals on identifying, managing and assessing the impact of allegations.Find out more...
Supervision Skills For Supervising Social Workers
Learn how to manage performance, resolve issues, and understand the regulatory context and purpose of foster care supervision.Find out more...
Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness
Explore the risks of sexual and criminal exploitation and how to provide a safe base for children and young people in care.Find out more...