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Introducing Marte Meo

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Course Overview

Focus area Child development
Length Full day
Who is it for? Professionals who work with children and their parents
Key Outcomes Support child development

Course Description

Learn the foundational concepts of Marte Meo, a practical approach that supports child development by building relationships through everyday communication.

Over a full day, participants learn how to use ordinary interactions to support children’s development and pass these ideas on to parents and other significant carers. This course introduces concepts used around the world by early childhood educators, social workers, paediatricians and nurses.

Introducing Marte Meo training is useful to anyone interested in hearing about ways to identify, activate and develop skills to enable and enhance constructive interaction and development. It is particularly suited to people from the child and family sectors, as well as early childhood education, disability, and aged care. Established in over 40 countries, Marte Meo is valued because it helps to reduce aggression and improves relationships with family.

Presenter Sally Watson, an accredited Mental Health Social Worker with over 30 years’ experience as a supervisor and trainer, will guide you through an interactive and enjoyable day.

This course is the first step towards achieving International Accreditation as a Marte Meo Practitioner. Go on to complete the six-day Supportive Communication Skills training program to become a practitioner, with The Institute.


Student Feedback

“Sally was a wonderful, respectful, enthusiastic, genuine presenter.”


Enrolment Information

Dates August 12, 2021
Time 9.30am - 4.30pm
Venue

The Institute
49a Orsmond Street, Hindmarsh

Cost Full Fee $185 / Concession $150

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