Training Events:

Building Resilience in Parents & Carers

Building Resilience in Parents & Carers

  • Date: 10-08-2021
  • Venue: Online

When booking, please book for the first day and you will automatically be registered to attend both sessions.

Target Audience:

This workshop is delivered over 2 online sessions for Parents and Carers of school age children and has a focus on Blackpool.

Our sessions will be delivered online - all you need is a PC/laptop and wi-fi.

For more information or require assistance accessing online, please contact Michaela Goodridge by email - michaela.goodridge@blackpool.gov.uk or telephone 01253 476746.

Please note it is necessary to attend both sessions to complete the workshop

Date                

Time             

Registration

Venue

Course Code

10 & 11 Aug 2021 (Practitioners only)

10am - 12pm

9.45am

Online

PC 08/21

14 & 15 Sept 2021

11am-1pm

10.45am

Online

PC 09/21

18 & 19 Oct 2021

12pm-2pm

11.45am

Online

PC 10/21

17 & 18 Nov 2021 (Practitioners only)

10.30am-12.30pm

10.15am

Online  

PC 11/21

7 & 8 Dec 2021

12pm-2pm

11.45am

Online

PC 12/21

17 & 18 Jan 2022

10am-12pm

9.45am

Online

PC 01/22

22 & 23 Feb 2022

11.30am-1.30pm

11.15am

Online

PC 02/22

8 & 9 Mar 2022 (Practitioners only)

9.30am-11.30am

9.15am

Online

PC 03/22

21 & 22 Apr 2022

10am-12pm

9.45am

Online

PC 04/22

10 & 11 May 2022

11am-1pm

10.45am

Online

PC 05/22

21 & 22 Jun 2022 (Practitioners only)

9.30am-11.30am

9.15am

Online

PC 06/22

5 & 6 Jul 2022

10am-12pm

9.45am

Online

PC 07/22

Aims:

To help parents and carers understand what resilience is and consider their own resilience, in order to support building their children’s resilience too.

Objectives:

• Introduce the idea of resilience
• Learn about the 5 key factors that promote resilience
• Think and talk about links between parent and child resilience
• Learn ways parents can put resilience into practice
• Have some ideas of practical activities you can use with your children
• Be encouraged to take care of yourself
• Meet other parents who might be good support for you in the future
• Learn about support services that can help you and your child be more resilient. 
There will be reflection on the impact of COVID-19 during the workshop.  
Please make a note of the course title, code and date - these are needed for the application form. Only one application need by entering the date of the first session and you will automatically be registered to attend both sessions,

If you are a parent / carer applying for the HeadStart courses, please simply state 'Parent / Carer' in the Cost Code box, and leave the line manager's section blank.
This workshop is free of charge to parents and carers living in Blackpool.