Trauma Awareness and Recovery Training
Microsoft TEAMS, Virtual training
Adopters / All Internal Staff / CAH Staff / Childminders / Connected Carers / Councillors / ECS Staff / External Care Providers / Foster Carers / GP's / Health Practitioners / Housing Association / Integra Staff / Manager / Managers working within Public Health / Other / Pharmacy Staff / Pre-Schools & Nurseries / Schools / SGO's / Short Break Carers / Social Care Staff / Staff Working in ICS / Staff working within Public Health / Voluntary Sector Workers
Webinar, Online Course
Adult Social Care / Children and Young People / Health and Safety / Leadership and Management / Personal Effectiveness / Public Health & Wellbeing
Adult Social Care subcategories
Adult Mental Health / General Adult Social Care / Learning Difficulties / Safeguarding Adult
Children and Young People subcategories
Children's Social Care / Early Years / Safeguarding Children
Health and Safety subcategories
General Health, Safety and Wellbeing
Leadership and Management subcategories
Managing People / Managing Services / Qualifications and Accredited Courses
Personal Effectiveness subcategories
Working with Others
Public Health & Wellbeing subcategories
Early Years and School Health / Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing / Relationships and Sexual Health
Trauma can arise from single or multiple events and can be experienced in numerous ways. Trauma can result in significant physical and mental impacts which in turn may have an effect on behaviour, on recovery and on a range of socioeconomic factors that are themselves a risk for poor physical and mental health. As we know from the research and work on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), the impact of trauma can have a significant and often lifelong impact; impacts can also be intergenerational.
The importance of a trauma informed and responsive approach has been elevated by the impacts of Covid-19 on children, young people and adults. Covid-19 has exposed significant inequality and had implications on the levels of need in relation to bereavement, financial hardship, mental health, domestic violence and complex safeguarding across the population. The further development of trauma informed approaches across the system is a key part of our recovery and response.
This training session is aimed at managers or staff in any sector who work with adults or children and would like to know more about trauma and it’s impacts on people and how to start thinking about supporting recovery for people who have experienced trauma. Delegates will be given the presentation so that they can deliver the awareness raising sessions in their own settings and teams. The training will also be supported by a resource manual. Once trained, delegates will be invited to join our growing Adversity and Trauma Ambassador Network. Existing Ambassadors can also attend.
This course is FREE of charge. If you would like to find out more about trauma informed work going on across South Glos and the Adversity and Trauma Ambassador Network, please contact email@example.com
Active engagement in these sessions is required so that the facilitator can ensure everyone’s emotional safety. Participants are encouraged to have a named support person they can contact if they need emotional support at any point during the training.
• Trigger Warning**** Due to the nature of the content of this training, delegates may find it triggering. If you think this might be the case, please contact event organisers before hand so that they can be aware and advise.
• This is training is a full day of online training and some delegates may find this difficult to access due to a range of different factors (such as hours or work, neurodiversity, learning preferences). If this is the case for you, please let event organisers know before hand so that they can be aware and advise.
*This is a free 1 day course*
Please note - We will send you a Microsoft Teams invite/link a few days before the training.
We will cover;
• The impact of trauma during developmental years
• Different types of trauma and how they impact over the lifespan
• Supporting recovery for people who have experienced trauma
• Selfcare in the workplace
Friday 27 May 2022
Friday 27 May 2022
Wednesday 25 May 2022