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TitleAttachment Behaviour Training
Contract Reference NumberCS/2017/47
InformationThe City Council are looking for a suitably qualified trainer to deliver attachment behaviour training to our Children's Social Care Department (Social Workers and Social Care Workers). We anticipate that the course will be 2 and half days in length. 2 days learning and a half day follow up session to reflect on the delegates learning and how the learning has been implemented in your practice. The training needs to cover the following areas:- - The importance of attachment theory in assessing the needs of children and why and how the quality of attachment may impact on a child's development - Identify how an understanding of the attachment experiences of children and adults can inform assessments and assist in developing effective plans. - Consider advances in neuroscience and how these have deepened our understanding of the way that the brains of infants and children develop - Understand how attachment patterns develop and ways in which we may recognise these - Have an overview of the Dynamic Maturational Model of Attachment and Adaptation (DMM); - Understand how the behaviour of children and adults can be best understood when we focus on the function of the behaviour rather than the surface appearance of the behaviour; - Understand how attachment theory strongly signals the importance of relationship-based practice as being a key feature of successful assessment and intervention - Consider a range of tools that may be used to assess the pattern of attachment for individual children and their parents and carers - Understand how the developmental pathways lead to the various insecure strategies (The 'ABC' model of attachment); The characteristics associated with the A, B and C strategies;
Award CriteriaMEAT
Is the opportunity suitable for small and medium businessesYes
This is being advertised on the Stoke-on-Trent City Council website, Facebook, Twitter and Google+.
Closing Date/Time09/02/2017 17:00:00
Contract Start Date
Contract End Date
Contact DetailsNicola Thompson
01782 235300
learning@stoke.gov.uk

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