Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders: supporting children and young people03 Sep
This workshop will give insight into the wide range of conditions encompassed by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) and will explore practical ways in which to support children and young people affected by them.
Children in Scotland networking event 201904 Sep
Join us at the City Art Centre in Edinburgh on Wednesday, 4 September for our annual networking event. This year, marking the 30th anniversary of the UNCRC, we’ll be celebrating children’s participation and rights.
Mindfulness and working with anger05 Sep
This workshop is designed for anyone working with children or young people whose levels of anger have become a source of concern.
Designated child protection officer training05 Sep
This training will enhance your understanding of the role and responsibilities of the designated child protection officer and develop competence and confidence in carrying out this role, underpinned by the values and principles of GIRFEC.
Practical techniques to support children with speech, language and communication difficulties (three twilight sessions)05 Sep
This event will offer practical advice on how you can best support children and young people with speech, language and communication difficulties. It will take place on three consecutive Thursday evenings.
Building resilience through play07 Sep
The session will look at play in relation to adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and its potential to be a protective factor for children.
Foundations of literacy: a seminar with Sue Palmer (three twilight sessions)10 Sep
This seminar will draw on research in speech and language therapy, developmental psychology, literacy, music, storytelling, physical development and play, to explore ‘literacy readiness’ between the ages of three and seven.
Person-centred pathways: helping children be masters of their own future12 Sep
This highly practical training course will give you the tools to support children and young people in understanding where they are in life and what they want to work towards - whether it's in relation to their education, relationships, health or care.
Finding the pathway to outdoor play13 Sep
This training will introduce the benefits of outdoor play and explore the case for why a holistic, child-led, relational approach is so much more than just opening the garden door.
Finland study visit 201917 Sep
This study trip will focus on sharing best practice in education and learning, as well as covering other fascinating projects, policies and interventions that support children and young people in their everyday lives.
Listening to children and young people: exploring participative methodologies19 Sep
Our participative methodologies session is a chance to explore commonly used participative methods and gain insights into how we gather children’s and young people’s views. The training is underpinned by our principles and guidelines for meaningful participation and engagement. This creative session will encourage you to express your views in a safe and welcoming space.
Life story work with children: with Richard Rose20 Sep
Life Story Work is a therapeutic intervention to help children and young people recover from abuse, trauma or neglect and make sense of a disrupted upbringing in multiple homes or families.
ADHD, autism and attachment in early years26 Sep
This training course will equip you with the knowledge and skills to effectively support the needs of young children with ADHD, autism and/or attachment difficulties.
Practising self-compassion with children and young people26 Sep
This training workshop will help you teach children a positive and encouraging way of talking to themselves using a variety of practical techniques.
When the adults change, everything changes27 Sep
When adults focus on their own behaviour, and rewards are replaced by recognition and pride, dramatic positive change can take place in the behaviour of children and young people.
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