Please note this is a 2 day course, you must attend both 2nd and 3rd November .
The Reducing Parental Conflict Programme (known locally as Wakefield Relationship Matters) has been designed to provide practitioners and their managers with the skills in supporting parents/carers to reduce conflict within their relationship, whether they are together or separated. Research has found that children exposed to parental conflict experience a decline in their mental health and long-term outcomes.
Practitioners will explore how to discuss parental conflict with parents, focusing on practising skills such as negotiation and compromise when handling conversations with parents. Practitioners will be provided with tools and techniques to enable parents to resolve destructive conflict with positive outcomes not only for parents but improve outcomes for their children.
Train the Trainer (2 days)
This two-day workshop is designed to familiarise and up-skill Local Authority and partner nominated trainers to deliver the Reducing Parental Conflict (RPC), classroom-based training modules. This workshop will enable participant to deliver the complete programme of modules confidently and in line with the objectives of each module.
For further information on Wakefield Relationship Matters link
To attend this course you must have completed all 4 modules through face-to-face/virtual classes or e-learning.
Upcoming Course Dates:
By the end of this highly participative workshop format, participants will be able to:
- Understand the importance of the structural design of the programme, utilising the elements of the programme and the corresponding materials.
- Deliver the programmes effectively, as designed, to diverse attendees.
- Position the materials and exercises relevantly to their audiences.
- Implement evidence base practice throughout.
- Execute the practical exercises in each module using the support materials as designed.
- Facilitate discussions and questions from audience members.
- Apply existing L&D techniques for audience involvement including the 5 Ps Model.
- Evaluate the feedback received via comment and participant questionnaires.
- Promote the availability of e-learning and further programmes.