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Please contact celandt@celandt.org for further details for the course if you have any queries 

E-learning attendance only without certification: Free

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to confirm your interest and which course you wish to complete- we advise understanding ACEs part 1 prior to ACEs part 2. Please email from the account you wish to be used for your registration 

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Understanding Adverse Childhood Experiences: part 1
Available Free of charge
Provided by: Dr Wendy Thorley, National Teaching Fellow and Director of CEL&T
alternative options for certification are available- Full details
What is included in the Course
  1. A series of MP4 formatted powerpoint presentations that can playback on any device including mobile phone providing more than 5 hours of delivery separated into 11 focused sections. Each session lasts approx 30 minutes - you are able to stop and start as you need to 

  2.  Support available throughout including via email: celandt@celandt.org, or telephone

This course introduces discussion about Adverse Childhood Experiences ACEs - what they are and the impact these have on individual development from pre-natal to post-natal and throughout childhood and adulthood. The course is separated into 11 sections to provide understanding of not only what the ACE risk may be but what this means for children and how this impacts upon children directly and indirectly. Imprisonment, Bereavement, being looked after as part of Children's Services or having been Previously Looked After are embedded into the course along with discussion around how these ACEs influence Neurological development; as well as how ACEs can be experienced outside of the family unit through Environmental ACEs and Institutional ACEs. Discussion includes how such impact can be understood from the childs position rather than the adult position. In this way the course is relevant to anyone who works with or supports children and/or young people and/or their families from a personal interest or professional interest basis. 

 

This course provides a solid foundation as underpinning knowledge for all of the courses and training we provide enabling those new to this area of study to develop their knowledge further. 

Understanding Adverse Childhood Experiences: part 2
Available Free of charge
Provided by: Dr Wendy Thorley, National Teaching Fellow and Director of CEL&T
alternative options for certification are available- Full details
What is included in the Course
  1. A series of MP4 formatted powerpoint presentations that can playback on any device including mobile phone providing more than 5 hours of delivery separated into 11 focused sections. Each session lasts approx 30 minutes - you are able to stop and start as you need to 

  2.  Support available throughout including via email: celandt@celandt.org, or telephone

 

This course develops Attachment Aware, Trauma Informed, ACE proactive support for children and young people and reflects the NICE guidelines. This course introduces Adverse Childhood Experiences and Attachment (including disruption), NMT and Mobius Care. This course is suitable for a wide range of people including professionals (Health, Social Services and Education) as well as support workers/ para-professionals, parents, carers, corporate parents, foster parents kinship carers and adoptive parents or those seeking to understand children and young people and how they feel. The course is separated into six sections: Part One: What Attachment is and means and why this is important in Adverse Childhood Experience interventions, ​Part Two: what is the Neuro-Sequential Model of Therapeutics and why does understanding Neurological development matter when considering the impact of ACEs. ​Part Three: Different Types of Attachment and how they differ, ​Part Four: Supporting Children and Young People with Attachment Difficulties. ​Part Five: who is a therapist, the Mobius approach to care. ​Part Six: next steps- taking a whole community approach to ACE and building from the bottom up- ideas for supporting children and young people.