Adverse Childhood Experiences Intro  

 

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Course Summary

Code: D01BF33B  

Starting: Wednesday 10 November 2021 

Location: City College Plymouth - Kings Road  

Duration: 3 sessions over 3 week(s)

Time: 18:00 - first lesson is 02:30hrs

Cost: No Fee  

Description

This course will provide learners with an opportunity to develop an understanding of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) relevant to their current or future roles and will equip them with basic understanding of techniques for preventing and addressing adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) in practice.

- Explore childhood and family structures.
- Gain an awareness of adverse childhood experiences and understand potential outcomes for children enduring adverse childhood experiences.
- How to support children impacted by adverse childhood experiences
- Understand strategies to improve outcomes for children affected by adverse childhood experiences.
  

Before you enrol on this course
Please fill out the online enrolment form. If you have any questions, please call the customer service team on 01752 660713

Entry Requirements
You don’t need to have any specific prior learning to join this course.

Course Intent
This course will provide learners with an opportunity to develop an understanding of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) relevant to their current or future roles and will equip them with basic understanding of techniques for preventing and addressing adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) in practice. - Explore childhood and family structures. - Gain an awareness of adverse childhood experiences and understand potential outcomes for children enduring adverse childhood experiences. - How to support children impacted by adverse childhood experiences - Understand strategies to improve outcomes for children affected by adverse childhood experiences.

How will the course be delivered?
You will be working with your tutor and other students on a weekly basis, face to face.

Will I need to study or practise outside the classroom?
It is always useful to practice your skills between sessions. Your tutor may set some home learning for you to practice.

How will I know I’m making progress?
Your tutor will set objectives for each session and give feedback on how you are progressing. You will agree personal targets as part of your Individual Learning Plan (ILP), and you will review your targets throughout the course to check your own progress.

What will I need for the course?
Please bring a pen and notepad to each session

Progression
Look out for information regarding follow-on courses. Learners may progress on to: L2 Adverse Childhood Experiences L2 Neuroscience L2 Diploma in The Early Years Practitioner Learning Advisers will be happy to provide you with information of what progression is available. Visit our website at www.oncoursesouthwest.co.uk or contact us on 01752 660713 to make an appointment.

Please note
Most courses attract a subsidy from the Education and Skills Funding Agency and can be used to match funding for ESF. It is a requirement of the ESFA that you complete various forms at different stages of your course, further information is available on request. Courses are subject to a minimum number of enrolments and could be cancelled if recruitment is low. In some cases, an alternative class at a different location may be offered. Room numbers are subject to change - please check when you arrive at the venue.

Location

City College Plymouth - Kings Road  
Kings Road  
Plymouth
PL1 5QG  
   

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To speak to our advisers about this course please contact 01752 660713 and quote course code
D01BF33B

Course Information Sheet