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LLR Reducing Parental Conflict –2 days Train the trainer events- December &...

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Anstey Frith House

904

Champions Way

Leicester

LE3 8RA

United Kingdom

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Target Audience: Social workers, Early Help staff, external partners (including school staff), front facing staff working with families.

Pre-Requisite Knowledge (required to attend course): You will be asked to complete e learning for all modules (1-4) prior to attending the Train the Trainer course OR have attended face to face training for all modules – if e learning this will be sent direct to your email address once you have booked your attendance on the training.

Training Aims: The Reducing Parental Conflict Programme is funded by the DWP based on EIF research. In the East Midlands we are taking a regional approach, working together to share resources and plan for positive change for children and families.

Co-parenting adults argue and disagree for a number of reasons. When arguments become a frequent part of day to day life for children, when they are exposed to intense arguments, or when arguments are not resolved well, evidence shows that children are at more risk of multiple negative outcomes. This programme is designed to upskill staff that work with families.

Training Objectives:

Module 1: Understanding Parental Conflict and its Impact on Child Outcomes (3.5 hours)

Links between parental conflict and children’s outcomes; recognising parental conflict; stressors and triggers of parental conflict; key role of father/male carer in parenting; where to refer for further support.

Suitable for front line staff who have limited contact with parents/carers or whose contact with parents is very specific (eg front of house staff, housing officers, teaching staff, police)

Module 2: Recognising and Supporting Parents in Parental Conflict

Recognising relationship stress and when it causes harm; signs of domestic abuse and your responsibilities; identifying and discussing parental conflict triggers; supporting parents to recognise where change is needed.

Suitable for front line staff who have regular or intensive contact with parents/carers (eg support workers, health visiting teams, pastoral staff)

Module 3: Working with Parents in Conflict

Levels of conflict and appropriate support; recognising domestic abuse and taking action; conversations with parents/carers in conflict; tools and techniques to resolve destructive conflict; local and national resources.

Suitable for front line staff who have regular or intensive contact with parents/carers (eg support workers, health visiting teams, pastoral staff)

Module 4: The Role of Supervisors and Managers (3.5 hours)

Support practitioners to work with parents in conflict; use of questioning and supervisory discussions; advise staff appropriately based on situation; maintain a focus on parental conflict and the impact on children’s outcomes.

Suitable for those with managerial or supervisory responsibility for front line staff

Training the Trainer (2 days)

Upskilling you to deliver the complete Reducing Parental Conflict training programme to colleagues and partners. Suitable for staff who have completed all 4 modules face to face or via e-learning.

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Anstey Frith House

904

Champions Way

Leicester

LE3 8RA

United Kingdom

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