Training Time Commitment
Trainees complete three assignments, requiring:
A strong emphasis is placed on reflective practice and the use of self, combined with a focus on workplace-based cases/scenarios to ensure new learning is relevant to practice.We use a range of teaching methods to help you achieve your full potential including lectures, seminars, experiential exercises; skills practice work, group work and self-supported study.
The combination of these learning processes will enable students to apply their skills and knowledge within whichever setting they find themselves and to widen their repertoire of interventions
A relevant degree-level professional qualification in health or social care is required. Trainees must also have successfully completed a Foundation level training. It is essential that trainees are working professionally with families in order to complete the 60hrs of direct work that is part of successfully completing the course. Candidates will be interviewed as part of the selection process.
The course will be delivered in six, two-day blocks, usually Thursdays and Fridays.