Child Focused Training – Together 4 Kids Professional Development

 Professional Development Calendar

Award winning children’s focused service at Relationships Australia SA, Together 4 Kids coordinates and delivers professional development courses. Training is subsidised for NAHA workers. Non-NAHA workers are welcome, space permitting. Cost of training for non-NAHA workers is $185 per person, per day.

For further information please contact Together 4 Kids on (08) 8245 8190.

 

Training coming up

Conversations at the Kitchen Table: Reflective Parenting Conversations for Frontline Workers – 2 Days12 & 13 February 2019 @ 09:30 – 4:30NAHA Enrol
Open to NAHA workers only
This two-day training is designed to support families, parents and children who have experienced crisis and trauma. The focus is on supporting parents and carers to parent therapeutically, using a psycho-educational approach. Workers attending this training will gain the skills, knowledge and confidence to guide reflective parenting conversations.
Working Better with Nunga Kids – 1 Day28 March 2019 @ 9:30 – 4:30NAHA Enrol

non-NAHA Enrol

Aboriginal children are over represented in homelessness and domestic and family violence services. Mainstream services are providing support to Aboriginal families and accompanying children. In this one day workshop Aboriginal workers will share their knowledge and skills that will help you develop your culturally appropriate approach to working better with Aboriginal children.
Narrative Approaches to Working with Children – 1 Day10 April 2019 @ 9:30 – 4:30NAHA Enrol

non-NAHA Enrol

Narrative Therapy is a respectful, engaging, and playful way to work with children and families. Narrative approaches support children and their families to reclaim authorship of their own lives in the face of vulnerability, and to take steps toward their hopes and dreams. In this workshop there will be opportunities to practice Narrative approaches to working with children.
Working with Children using Expressive Therapies – 1 Day17 May 2019 @ 9:30 – 4:30NAHA Enrol

Non-NAHA Enrol

Attendees will gain experiential learning through hands-on activities based on art and play therapy techniques. Participants will leave the session with increased knowledge of the nature of trauma and a range of simple, fun techniques to engage with children and their families.
Trauma Informed Child Focused Practice – 1 Day11 June 2019 @ 9:30 – 4:30NAHA Enrol

Non-NAHA Enrol

An Introduction to Trauma Informed Care and Practice is an introductory course for Frontline Workers in the community/NAHA sector. This one-day program emphasises physical, psychological and emotional safety and provides insight into supporting a sense of control and empowerment for children who have experienced trauma. Topics include childhood trauma and child aware practices.
Conversations at the Kitchen Table: Reflective Parenting Conversations for Frontline Workers – 2 Days16 & 17 July 2019 @ 9:30 – 4:30NAHA Enrol
Open to NAHA workers only
This two-day training is designed to support families, parents and children who have experienced crisis and trauma. The focus is on supporting parents and carers to parent therapeutically, using a psycho-educational approach. Workers attending this training will gain the skills, knowledge and confidence to guide reflective parenting conversations.
Working Better with Nunga Kids – 1 Day10 September 2019 @ 9:30 – 4:30NAHA Enrol

Non-NAHA Enrol

Aboriginal children are over represented in homelessness and domestic and family violence services. Mainstream services are providing support to Aboriginal families and accompanying children. In this one day workshop Aboriginal workers will share their knowledge and skills that will help you develop your culturally appropriate approach to working better with Aboriginal children.
Narrative Approaches to Working with Children – 1 Day15 October 2019 @ 9:30 – 4:30NAHA Enrol

Non-NAHA Enrol

Narrative Therapy is a respectful, engaging, and playful way to work with children and families. Narrative approaches support children and their families to reclaim authorship of their own lives in the face of vulnerability, and to take steps toward their hopes and dreams. In this workshop there will be opportunities to practice Narrative approaches to working with children.
An Introduction to Trauma Informed Care and Practice – 1 Day10 November 2019 @ 9:30 – 4:30NAHA Enrol

Non-NAHA Enrol

An Introduction to Trauma Informed Care and Practice is an introductory course for Frontline Workers in the community/NAHA sector. This one-day program emphasises physical, psychological and emotional safety and provides insight into supporting a sense of control and empowerment for children who have experienced trauma. Topics include childhood trauma and child aware practices.

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Funding Acknowledgement

The Child Focused Support Service (Together 4 Kids) is provided by Relationships Australia South Australia Ltd and funded by the Government of South Australia, Department of Human Services.

 

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