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Headstart Kernow and TISUK (Trauma Informed Schools UK) are offering a variety of online training courses, to help schools, professionals and foster families (amongst others) in their approach to resilience and mental wellbeing for children and young people. Including whole-school learning, and courses specifically for foster carers, there is also a course coming up in October around an online resilience tool.
Online Resilience Tool
The Online Resilience Tool is a free resource which helps professionals identify whether a young person’s online behaviour is harmful, potentially harmful or not harmful. It is available to download from the Headstart Kernow website. This free training covers how to use the tool and assess young people’s online behaviour; what to do when you have identified a behaviour and online activities and the law.
The training is split into 2 sections. The training date you select is the Google Meet and therefore this is the time you must be able to attend. A week before this you will receive Google Classroom activities, which you can work through at your own pace and should be completed before the Google Meet happens.
The activities will take approximately 2 hours to complete and the Google Meet will last one hour. The Google Meet is an opportunity to discuss the activities and ask any questions you have.
- 12 October, 11.30-12.30
- 16 November, 3.30-4.30
- 14 December, 11.30-12.30
- 18 January, 3.30-4.30
- 15 February, 11.30-12.30
- 15 March, 3.30-4.30
Headstart is also holding a one-day conference: Brain-based attachment interventions to transform troubled lives.
Dr Dan Hughes and Dr Jon Baylin present an afternoon on brain-based attachment interventions to transform troubled lives
Thursday 27th October 2020 12pm-5.30pm via Zoom
Places are fully funded by HeadStart Kernow for colleagues in Cornwall