Launching the Building Good Relationships eLearning module
6 Mar 2023
The Learning & Events team at Children in Scotland is delighted to launch the Building Good Relationships with Children and Young People eLearning course.
The module is aimed at practitioners working with children and young people, particularly those who are new to doing direct work, or returning from a break from direct work. It’s designed to help practitioners build and reflect on the practice of building strong, meaningful and productive working relationships with children and young people at the following key moments:
- Before meeting the young person
- At the start of your relationship
- Throughout your relationship
The module also covers ways to support the development of ongoing best practice. It has the voices of children and young people embedded throughout, and is informed by a wide range of reports from direct engagement work conducted by Children in Scotland’s Participation team and reports taken from the Evidence Bank.
Offering plenty of opportunities for students to reflect on their own practice, learners can input their notes on that they already know and what they have learned, and download the content for their CPD portfolios afterwards along with a summary of the module contents to use as a refresher and take-away.
The whole course will take around 30 minutes to complete. Students can stop at any time and return to the site later on – the system will track progress and remember which sections have already been completed.
The module has been made possible by the Adapt and Thrive Programme.
Children in Scotland also offers bespoke training packages and consultancy on participation and engagement with children and young people hosted by subject experts from its Policy, Projects and Participation team. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
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