Training Events:

Introduction to Resilience and putting it into practice

Introduction to Resilience and putting it into practice

  • Date: 22-09-2021
  • Venue: Online & in-person - see individual dates for details

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Target Audience:

This course is an Introduction to Resilient Therapy & putting it into practice. It is aimed at anyone supporting children, young people and families and keen to understand resilience. For example: community family workers, teachers and school staff, social workers, early years workers, learning mentors, personal advisers, youth workers and so on. No previous experience of Resilient Therapy is needed.

The impact of COVID-19 will also be discussed.

Please note - if you choose to attend online, it is necessary to attend both sessions to complete the course

Date                

Time         

Registration

Venue                                           

Course Code

22 Sept 2021

9.15am-3.45pm

9.05am

The Grange, Bathurst Ave, Blackpool FY3 9RJ   

IRT 09/21

4 & 5 Nov 2021

10am-1pm

9.45am

Online 

IRT 11/21

13 Dec 2021

9.15am-3.45pm

9.05am

The Grange, Bathurst Ave, Blackpool FY3 7RJ

IRT 12/21

26 & 27 Jan 2022

10am-1pm

9.45am

Online  

IRT 01/22

11 Mar 2022

9.15am-3.45pm

9.05am

The Grange, Bathurst Ave, Blackpool FY3 7RJ

IRT 03/22

27 & 28 Apr 2022

10am-1pm

9.45am

Online  

IRT 04/22

8 June 2022

9.15am-3.45pm

9.05am

The Grange, Bathurst Ave, Blackpool FY3 7RJ

IRT 06/22


Aims:

This workshop offers an introduction to the concept of resilience and Resilient Therapy and provides the opportunity to consider those things we can do to cushion children more broadly, from the worst effects of adversity. It introduces our approach, a straightforward and strategic way of working with children, young people and families that builds capacity to manage life’s challenges more resiliently.

Objectives:

By the end of the workshop you will:

  • Have built on your understanding of the resilience evidence base
  • Know why and how some children and young people beat the odds better than others
  • Be able to identify resilience building principles and techniques
  • Have considered how to link ‘resilience’ with your own life or work with children and families
  • Have learnt about a practical approach that aims to turn resilience theory into practice for all to use.

To find out more about this course and using resilience lens, visit www.boingboing.org.uk who developed the Resilience Framework adopted by Blackpool as part of the Resilience Revolution.

Please make a note of the course title, code and date - these are needed for the application form.

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 course is free of charge to anybody who lives, works or volunteers in Blackpool.