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Children who have Experienced Loss and Trauma: CPD Units

A series of online CPD Units that aim to increase the understanding and knowledge of individuals who interact and look after with children and young people who have experienced loss or trauma within their lives.

All of the CPD units below are suitable for a wide range of individuals including, but not limited to, professionals (Healthcare, Social Services and Education) as well as support workers, para-professionals, parents, carers, corporate parents, foster parents, kinship carers and adoptive parents or those seeking to understand children and young people in a holistic way.

All units will be based online and run over 10 week period. Upon obtaining your log in details to the Virtual Learning site, SunSpace, where it will be hosted, you will have unlimited access to the material for this period of time.

Please note that some units will not be available at certain times. Please check our website for our most update-to-date course offerings.

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CELT -  Attachment and Schooling (5 - 13 Years)

CELT - Attachment and Schooling (5 - 13 Years)

Description

Attachment and Schooling (5 - 13 years)

Provided by: Caroline Daly, adoptive parent and experienced teacher of 20 years and Lucy Green, Learning Support Assistant for vulnerable children at school.

Course Description

This unit introduces professionals to the impacts of trauma, loss, separation and insecure attachment on children and the implications for education professionals. The Unit will explore strategies for supporting students and creating safe environments within schools for vulnerable children.

£50 - 10 hours CPD equivalent

 

Booking Details

 

Once you have booked a space on the course, you will receive an email 2 weeks prior to the chosen start date with individual log in details, which will allow access to the course material. You will then have 10 weeks to review the material and complete the unit. If you would like to receive a Certificate of Completion for this unit you will need to ensure that you submit the completion requirements by the end of the unit to enable a review of your work to be completed. On successful submission and completion of the unit, you will receive a ‘Certificate of Completion’ from the University of Sunderland. This certificate will record your participation on the Children who have experienced loss or trauma programme and detail the unit(s) you have successfully completed as part of this programme

 

If you are unable to start the programme, please let us know at the earliest convenience, and within 10 working days of commencement. If you do not notify us prior to our sending to you  your individual login details, we will be unable to refund you any payments made

 

Contact Details

 

If you require any further information regarding the children who have Experienced Loss or Trauma: CPD Units please contact cape@sunderland.ac.uk or alternatively telephone 0191 515 3529.

Please note that certificates must be purchased separately. If you do not purchase a certificate to be sent to your postal address then you will receive an electronic certificate emailed to the address on this booking form. Please note that certificates are only generated for students who have successfully completed their portfolio. To purchase a physical certificate please see here.

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CELT - An Introduction to Child on Parent Violence

CELT - An Introduction to Child on Parent Violence

Description

An Introduction to Child on Parent Violence

Provided by: Helen Bonnick a Social Worker and trainer specialising in CPV with over 30 years experience in working with families and professional in the field.


Course Desciription

This unit explores the increasingly acknowledged and understood issue of child on parent violence(CPV). It identified the reasons behind the issue and considers the physical and emotional impact on parents and carers.

The unit considers practical strategies and methods of addressing and managing child on parent violence.


£50 - 10 hours CPD equivalent

Booking Details

Once you have booked a space on the course, you will receive an email 2 weeks prior to the chosen start date with individual log in details, which will allow access to the course material. You will then have 10 weeks to review the material and complete the unit. If you would like to receive a Certificate of Completion for this unit you will need to ensure that you submit the completion requirements by the end of the unit to enable a review of your work to be completed. On successful submission and completion of the unit, you will receive a ‘Certificate of Completion’ from the University of Sunderland. This certificate will record your participation on the Children who have experienced loss or trauma programme and detail the unit(s) you have successfully completed as part of this programme

If you are unable to start the programme, please let us know at the earliest convenience, and within 10 working days of commencement. If you do not notify us prior to our sending to you  your individual login details, we will be unable to refund you any payments made

Contact Details

If you require any further information regarding the children who have Experienced Loss or Trauma: CPD Units please contact cape@sunderland.ac.uk or alternatively telephone 0191 515 3529.

Please note that certificates must be purchased separately. If you do not purchase a certificate to be sent to your postal address then you will receive an electronic certificate emailed to the address on this booking form. Please note that certificates are only generated for students who have successfully completed their portfolio. To purchase a physical certificate please see here

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CELT - An Introduction to Children who have Experienced Loss and Trauma

CELT - An Introduction to Children who have Experienced Loss and Trauma

Description

An Introduction to Children who have Experienced Loss and Trauma

Provided by: Dr Wendy Thorley, National Teaching Fellow and Senior Lecturer, University of Sunderland

Course Description

This unit introduces thematic reasoning for children experiencing loss and trauma and what this means for children and young people. The unit includes the theoretical basis from which to appreciate how this impacts upon a high percentage of children and young people both Nationally and Internationally and what this means for those working with these children and young people.

£50 - 10 hours CPD equivalent

Booking Details

Once you have booked a space on the course, you will receive an email 2 weeks prior to the chosen start date with individual log in details, which will allow access to the course material. You will then have 10 weeks to review the material and complete the unit. If you would like to receive a Certificate of Completion for this unit you will need to ensure that you submit the completion requirements by the end of the unit to enable a review of your work to be completed. On successful submission and completion of the unit, you will receive a ‘Certificate of Completion’ from the University of Sunderland. This certificate will record your participation on the Children who have experienced loss or trauma programme and detail the unit(s) you have successfully completed as part of this programme

If you are unable to start the programme, please let us know at the earliest convenience, and within 10 working days of commencement. If you do not notify us prior to our sending to you  your individual login details, we will be unable to refund you any payments made

Contact Details

If you require any further information regarding the children who have Experienced Loss or Trauma: CPD Units please contact cape@sunderland.ac.uk or alternatively telephone 0191 515 3529.

Please note that certificates must be purchased separately. If you do not purchase a certificate to be sent to your postal address then you will receive an electronic certificate emailed to the address on this booking form. Please note that certificates are only generated for students who have successfully completed their portfolio. To purchase a physical certificate please see here.

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CELT - An introduction to therapeutic parenting 1

CELT - An introduction to therapeutic parenting 1

Description

An introduction to therapeutic parenting (1)- its all about them, its all about us

Provided by: Sally Donovan: Parent representative on DfE expert steering group. Blogger, author of No Matter What and the unofficial guide to adoptive parenting.

Course Description

This unit introduces parenting children who have experienced loss and trauma and how this differs from ‘normative’ parenting approaches. Includes good practice suggestions and coping strategies/ approaches for living with or working with children. This unit is suitable for a wide range of people including professionals (health, Social Services and Education) as well as support workers/ para-professionals, parents, carers, corporate parents, foster parents kinship carers and adoptive parents or those seeking to understand children in a holistic way.

£50 - 10 hours CPD equivalent

Booking Details

Once you have booked a space on the course, you will receive an email 2 weeks prior to the chosen start date with individual log in details, which will allow access to the course material. You will then have 10 weeks to review the material and complete the unit. If you would like to receive a Certificate of Completion for this unit you will need to ensure that you submit the completion requirements by the end of the unit to enable a review of your work to be completed. On successful submission and completion of the unit, you will receive a ‘Certificate of Completion’ from the University of Sunderland. This certificate will record your participation on the Children who have experienced loss or trauma programme and detail the unit(s) you have successfully completed as part of this programme

If you are unable to start the programme, please let us know at the earliest convenience, and within 10 working days of commencement. If you do not notify us prior to our sending to you  your individual login details, we will be unable to refund you any payments made

Contact Details

If you require any further information regarding the children who have Experienced Loss or Trauma: CPD Units please contact cape@sunderland.ac.uk or alternatively telephone 0191 515 3529.

Please note that certificates must be purchased separately. If you do not purchase a certificate to be sent to your postal address then you will receive an electronic certificate emailed to the address on this booking form. Please note that certificates are only generated for students who have successfully completed their portfolio. To purchase a physical certificate please see here

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CELT - An introduction to therapeutic parenting 2

CELT - An introduction to therapeutic parenting 2

Description

An introduction to therapeutic parenting (2)- routines, transitions and supporting families

Provided by: Sally Donovan: Parent representative on DfE expert steering group. Blogger, author of No Matter What and the unofficial guide to adoptive parenting.

Course Description

Developing further on the good practice suggestions, coping strategies and approaches for living with or working with children; this unit covers the importance of routines and how this can support children and young people alongside the consequence of disruption to established routines. This unit introduces parenting children who have experienced loss and trauma and how this differs from ‘normative’ parenting approaches. The unit also explores how anger and aggression may be displayed by children and young people and some of the reasons behind these emotive displays.  This unit is suitable for a wide range of people including professionals (health, Social Services and Education) as well as support workers/ para-professionals, parents, carers, corporate parents, foster parents kinship carers and adoptive parents or those seeking to understand children in a holistic way.

£50 - 10 hours CPD equivalent

Booking Details

Once you have booked a space on the course, you will receive an email 2 weeks prior to the chosen start date with individual log in details, which will allow access to the course material. You will then have 10 weeks to review the material and complete the unit. If you would like to receive a Certificate of Completion for this unit you will need to ensure that you submit the completion requirements by the end of the unit to enable a review of your work to be completed. On successful submission and completion of the unit, you will receive a ‘Certificate of Completion’ from the University of Sunderland. This certificate will record your participation on the Children who have experienced loss or trauma programme and detail the unit(s) you have successfully completed as part of this programme

If you are unable to start the programme, please let us know at the earliest convenience, and within 10 working days of commencement. If you do not notify us prior to our sending to you  your individual login details, we will be unable to refund you any payments made

Contact Details

If you require any further information regarding the children who have Experienced Loss or Trauma: CPD Units please contact cape@sunderland.ac.uk or alternatively telephone 0191 515 3529.

Please note that certificates must be purchased separately. If you do not purchase a certificate to be sent to your postal address then you will receive an electronic certificate emailed to the address on this booking form. Please note that certificates are only generated for students who have successfully completed their portfolio. To purchase a physical certificate please see here.

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CELT - Attachment and the impact on brain development

CELT - Attachment and the impact on brain development

Description

Attachment and the impact on brain development

Provided by Dr Wendy Thorley, National Teaching Fellow/ Senior Lecturer. University of Sunderland

Course Description

This unit introduces the impact of trauma or loss on brain development in the early years and then at key further developmental stages (6-8 and teens). The unit explores how such impact manifests and influences children’s overall development including language, cognitive functioning, social and emotional development and ability to function successfully within normative environments such as a classroom. The unit includes the theoretical basis from which to appreciate how this impacts upon a high percentage of children and young people both Nationally and Internationally and what this means for those working with these children and young people. This unit is suitable for a wide range of people including professionals (health, Social Services and Education) as well as support workers/ para-professionals, parents, carers, corporate parents, foster parents kinship carers and adoptive parents or those seeking to understand children and young people and how they feel.

£50 - 10 hours CPD equivalent

Booking Details

Once you have booked a space on the course, you will receive an email 2 weeks prior to the chosen start date with individual log in details, which will allow access to the course material. You will then have 10 weeks to review the material and complete the unit. If you would like to receive a Certificate of Completion for this unit you will need to ensure that you submit the completion requirements by the end of the unit to enable a review of your work to be completed. On successful submission and completion of the unit, you will receive a ‘Certificate of Completion’ from the University of Sunderland. This certificate will record your participation on the Children who have experienced loss or trauma programme and detail the unit(s) you have successfully completed as part of this programme

If you are unable to start the programme, please let us know at the earliest convenience, and within 10 working days of commencement. If you do not notify us prior to our sending to you  your individual login details, we will be unable to refund you any payments made

Contact Details

If you require any further information regarding the children who have Experienced Loss or Trauma: CPD Units please contact cape@sunderland.ac.uk or alternatively telephone 0191 515 3529.

Please note that certificates must be purchased separately. If you do not purchase a certificate to be sent to your postal address then you will receive an electronic certificate emailed to the address on this booking form. Please note that certificates are only generated for students who have successfully completed their portfolio. To purchase a physical certificate please see here

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CELT - Fostering Training Support and Development Standards

CELT - Fostering Training Support and Development Standards

Description

Fostering Training Support and Development Standards

Provided by: Al Coates, Supervising Social Worker, adoptive parent and former Foster Carer, and representative on the DfE Adoption Support Advisory Group.


This unit develops Foster carers knowledge of TS&D standards and the requirements to meet the national minimum benchmark during their first year of induction.

The unit explores each of the seven standards as prescribed by the Department for Education and assists Foster Carers to identify their skills, knowledge and experience to enable them to complete the TS&D standards workbook.

Please note that this is a 20 week course. All other courses are 10 weeks.

Booking Details

Once you have booked a space on the course, you will receive an email 2 weeks prior to the chosen start date with individual log in details, which will allow access to the course material. You will then have 10 weeks to review the material and complete the unit. If you would like to receive a Certificate of Completion for this unit you will need to ensure that you submit the completion requirements by the end of the unit to enable a review of your work to be completed. On successful submission and completion of the unit, you will receive a ‘Certificate of Completion’ from the University of Sunderland. This certificate will record your participation on the Children who have experienced loss or trauma programme and detail the unit(s) you have successfully completed as part of this programme

If you are unable to start the programme, please let us know at the earliest convenience, and within 10 working days of commencement. If you do not notify us prior to our sending to you  your individual login details, we will be unable to refund you any payments made

Contact Details

If you require any further information regarding the children who have Experienced Loss or Trauma: CPD Units please contact cape@sunderland.ac.uk or alternatively telephone 0191 515 3529.

Please note that certificates must be purchased separately. If you do not purchase a certificate to be sent to your postal address then you will receive an electronic certificate emailed to the address on this booking form. Please note that certificates are only generated for students who have successfully completed their portfolio. To purchase a physical certificate please see here

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CELT - Supporting Unaccompanied Minors in the UK

CELT - Supporting Unaccompanied Minors in the UK

Description

Supporting Unaccompanied Minors in the UK

Provided by: Phoenix Community Care who have worked for 10 years supporting young people and children in foster care and supported living.

Course Description

This unit introduces the unique challenges that Foster Carers experience when caring for unaccompanied children and young people in the Looked after system. The unit will give an introduction to the legislative frameworks, bureaucratic requirements that have to be managed for the children and young people.

The unit includes practical strategies and approaches in relation to managing issues such as culture, language, education, faith and mental health for unaccompanied children and young people.

 £50 - 10 hours CPD equivalent

Booking Details

Once you have booked a space on the course, you will receive an email 2 weeks prior to the chosen start date with individual log in details, which will allow access to the course material. You will then have 10 weeks to review the material and complete the unit. If you would like to receive a Certificate of Completion for this unit you will need to ensure that you submit the completion requirements by the end of the unit to enable a review of your work to be completed. On successful submission and completion of the unit, you will receive a ‘Certificate of Completion’ from the University of Sunderland. This certificate will record your participation on the Children who have experienced loss or trauma programme and detail the unit(s) you have successfully completed as part of this programme

If you are unable to start the programme, please let us know at the earliest convenience, and within 10 working days of commencement. If you do not notify us prior to our sending to you  your individual login details, we will be unable to refund you any payments made

Contact Details

If you require any further information regarding the children who have Experienced Loss or Trauma: CPD Units please contact cape@sunderland.ac.uk or alternatively telephone 0191 515 3529.

Please note that certificates must be purchased separately. If you do not purchase a certificate to be sent to your postal address then you will receive an electronic certificate emailed to the address on this booking form. Please note that certificates are only generated for students who have successfully completed their portfolio. To purchase a physical certificate please see here.

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CELT - The BioPsychoSocial model of trauma

CELT - The BioPsychoSocial model of trauma

Description

The BioPsychoSocial model of trauma

Provided by: Ms Stephanie Hunter senior Lecturer University of Sunderland

Course Description

This unit explores understanding of why children and young people behave in the way they do and helps to build understanding form the child or young person’s perspective. This unit includes a range of suggestions for supporting children and young people both within school environments and the home environment. This unit is suitable for a wide range of people including professionals (health, Social Services and Education) as well as support workers/ para-professionals, parents, carers, corporate parents, foster parents kinship carers and adoptive parents or those seeking to understand children and young people  in a holistic way.

£50 - 10 hours CPD equivalent

Booking Details

Once you have booked a space on the course, you will receive an email 2 weeks prior to the chosen start date with individual log in details, which will allow access to the course material. You will then have 10 weeks to review the material and complete the unit. If you would like to receive a Certificate of Completion for this unit you will need to ensure that you submit the completion requirements by the end of the unit to enable a review of your work to be completed. On successful submission and completion of the unit, you will receive a ‘Certificate of Completion’ from the University of Sunderland. This certificate will record your participation on the Children who have experienced loss or trauma programme and detail the unit(s) you have successfully completed as part of this programme

If you are unable to start the programme, please let us know at the earliest convenience, and within 10 working days of commencement. If you do not notify us prior to our sending to you  your individual login details, we will be unable to refund you any payments made

Contact Details

If you require any further information regarding the children who have Experienced Loss or Trauma: CPD Units please contact cape@sunderland.ac.uk or alternatively telephone 0191 515 3529.

Please note that certificates must be purchased separately. If you do not purchase a certificate to be sent to your postal address then you will receive an electronic certificate emailed to the address on this booking form. Please note that certificates are only generated for students who have successfully completed their portfolio. To purchase a physical certificate please see here

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CELT: An Introduction to Foetal Alcohol Syndrome

CELT: An Introduction to Foetal Alcohol Syndrome

Description

An Introduction to Foetal Alcohol Syndrome

Provided by: Maria Catterick, FASD Network UK

Course Description

This unit introduces FASD and what this means for children. With increasing recognition of how FASD can impact upon children and young people throughout their lifetime; alongside the problem of misdiagnosis, this unit is a valuable insight for professionals and carers alike.

This unit is provided by FASD Network (UK) and includes what FASD is, how to recognise FASD and some good practice indicators when working with children and young people who have FASD.

£50 - 10 hours CPD equivalent

Booking Details

Once you have booked a space on the course, you will receive an email 2 weeks prior to the chosen start date with individual log in details, which will allow access to the course material. You will then have 10 weeks to review the material and complete the unit. If you would like to receive a Certificate of Completion for this unit you will need to ensure that you submit the completion requirements by the end of the unit to enable a review of your work to be completed. On successful submission and completion of the unit, you will receive a ‘Certificate of Completion’ from the University of Sunderland. This certificate will record your participation on the Children who have experienced loss or trauma programme and detail the unit(s) you have successfully completed as part of this programme

If you are unable to start the programme, please let us know at the earliest convenience, and within 10 working days of commencement. If you do not notify us prior to our sending to you your individual login details, we will be unable to refund you any payments made.

Contact Details

If you require any further information regarding the children who have Experienced Loss or Trauma: CPD Units please contact cape@sunderland.ac.uk or alternatively telephone 0191 515 3529.

 Please note that certificates must be purchased separately. If you do not purchase a certificate to be sent to your postal address then you will receive an electronic certificate emailed to the address on this booking form. Please note that certificates are only generated for students who have successfully completed their portfolio. To purchase a physical certificate please see here

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