Dumfries - Open Training Session - Understand, Communicate and Resolve - An Aid to Conflict Resolution
Thursday, 11 September 2014 from 10:00 to 16:00 (BST)
Dumfries, United Kingdom
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Free training opportunity!
THE SCOTTISH CENTRE FOR CONFLICT RESOLUTION
The subject of conflict resolution is vast; however, this training identifies generic core elements that individuals, irrespective of their role, will benefit from. The training will give participants the opportunity to reflect on and understand some of the dynamics of conflict within relationships. The training supports the overall aim of the SCCR - to reduce the risk of youth homelessness through reducing family conflict.
Who is it for?
Staff who work with families experiencing conflict, as well as young people and parents who are experiencing conflict in their relationships with one another.
What does it cover?
The training session will allow participants to
- Consider and define conflict as a term of reference
- Review perception in communication
- Gain perspective in normalising behaviour
- Get an understanding of anger
- Explore causes of conflict
- Understand skills used in resolving conflict
- Practice techniques to resolve conflict
Benefits of attending the training include networking with like-minded individuals, peer education, refreshing, complimenting existing knowledge and skills, gaining additional knowledge and learning new skills.
Participants will be able to:
- Identify anger triggers to conflict scenarios
- Demonstrate an understanding of the dynamics of conflict
- Identify how to resolve conflict to improve relationships
For further information on this and all other SCCR training and events being held across Scotland, please contact our Event Organiser, Catriona MacGregor, on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0131 475 2493.
When & Where
Scottish Centre for Conflict Resolution (SCCR) - Improving Relationships, Improving Lives
Part of Edinburgh Cyrenians, the Scottish Centre for Conflict Resolution (SCCR) is a national resource promoting and supporting best practice in family conflict resolution and early intervention. Family relationship breakdown is one of the biggest causes of youth homelessness. Therefore, the focus of the centre is on young people and their families experiencing conflict which is affecting both their relationships and their lives.
The SCCR is delivering a range of events and resources, including a series of local seminars, 5 national conferences across Scotland, free training sessions, and online resources for practitioners, young people and families.
The SCCR is funded by the Scottish Government's Third Sector Early Intervention Fund, administered by the Big Fund.