Do you want to develop your professional skills and improve outcomes for children, adolescents, and families?
Look no further than the Parents Plus suite of trainings for Spring 2024.
From the early years to adult, and also supporting complex needs, each of our 8 evidenced based programmes will equip you with the skills, practical strategies, and ongoing support, to improve outcomes for the families and children you work with.
Backed by over 25 years of research, the Parents Plus programmes are important universal, early intervention, and prevention interventions, and have been developed in partnership with services and families, for services and families. Our programmes are tailored to the needs of local communities and can be delivered one-to-one, in groups or online, reaching even the most at-risk or geographically isolated families.
Parents Plus Programme training stands out for its unique blend of evidence-based approaches, practical tools, and a supportive learning environment. The training programmes provide comprehensive and up-to-date knowledge, equipping professionals with the skills to make a positive impact on children, adolescents, and families.
The Early Years Programme:
The Early Years Programme is a comprehensive training course for professionals working with young children and families. Gain practical tools and evidence-based techniques to empower parents to strengthen parent-child relationships, nurture social and emotional well-being, increase school readiness, and positively address behaviours that can challenge.
The Special Needs Programme:
This first-in-the-world evidence based programme for families rearing an adolescent with an intellectual disability was created to help parents to manage challenges, improve their family’s well-being and strengthen their links with other parents. Through training in the Special Needs Programme, you will learn how to empower parents to positively manage the many hidden challenges that can be common for parents raising an adolescent with an intellectual disability, as well as improve the well-being of all family members and prepare young people for future transitions and adulthood.
The Working Things Out Programme:
Prepare to support children and adolescents facing social, emotional, and behavioural challenges with the Working Things Out Programme. Discover effective interventions and strategies to enhance emotional regulation, problem-solving skills, communication techniques, and resilience. Foster positive decision-making, conflict resolution, and healthy relationships. Collaborate with families and schools to create a supportive environment that promotes growth and well-being.
The Parenting When Separated Programme:
Join the Parenting When Separated Programme and gain the skills to support parents going through separation or divorce. Learn to navigate the challenges of co-parenting, promote effective communication, manage conflicts, and create child-centred environments. Empower parents to develop parenting plans, establish consistent routines, and foster positive parent-teacher relationships. Collaboration with schools and professionals is emphasized for a comprehensive approach.
The Children’s ADHD Programme:
Become a champion in supporting children with ADHD and their families through the Children’s ADHD Programme. Gain an in-depth understanding of ADHD, its impact, and evidence-based interventions. Equip yourself with practical tools to improve attention, impulse control, and behaviour. Foster self-regulation skills, social interactions, and academic success. Collaboration with parents, schools, and multidisciplinary teamwork is key to promoting positive outcomes.
The Adolescents Programme:
Embark on a journey to support the social, emotional, and behavioural development of adolescents through the Adolescents Programme. Explore effective communication, problem-solving, emotional regulation, and resilience-building strategies. Foster positive relationships, healthy decision-making, and coping skills. Collaborate with parents, schools, and professionals to create a supportive environment for teenagers to thrive.
The Healthy Families Programme:
The Healthy Families Programme equips professionals with the skills to support families in promoting positive parenting, communication, and overall well-being. Enhance your understanding of family dynamics, parent-child relationships, and effective discipline techniques. Create nurturing environments, manage conflicts, and address specific challenges. Collaborate with families, schools, and community resources to provide comprehensive support.
Parents Plus Children’s Programme:
It takes a village to raise a child. You can prepare the children that you work with for tomorrow by creating strong partnerships with their parents today. This programme is practical, solution-focused and draws on parents strengths. It is suitable for parents of children aged 6-11 years, including children with additional needs. The programme is flexible and can be delivered to small groups or with individuals over 6-12 weeks.
Don’t miss the opportunity to enhance your skills, expand your knowledge, and make a positive impact on the lives of children, adolescents, and families. Join the Parents Plus Programme Training this autumn and become a confident and effective practitioner in your field. Unlock your potential, connect with a community of professionals, and embark on a fulfilling growth and professional development journey.
Our team of experts work closely with services across Community, Mental Health, Disability and Education, to build their capacity and skills to deliver and evaluate our proven interventions, tailored to the needs of local communities.
If you would like to discuss booking onsite training and supervision of your team (15 or more), and/or tailored support in the roll-out and evaluation of the programmes to ensure effective community-wide delivery, please contact our Impact Lead Vicki Byrne at firstname.lastname@example.org