Young People and Self Harming

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Young People and Self Harming

Course Overview: 

This course is aimed at child care workers either day or residential that are regularly caring for children and young people who may be at risk or are actually self-harming.
The course covers:
 
 What is self-harming?
Current trends in self-harming
Forms of self harming
Emotional and physical management of self-harming
How to support the young person
Support for the child care worker

Entry Requirements: 

This course is recommended for those who are regularly currently working with children and young people. 

Course Delivery: 

The course is delivered on a BESPOKE basis only to organisations and requires group bookings of  approximately 8 learners  or more for a fee of £75 pp vat exempt .
(Delivery can be at the college or your own premises)
The course focuses on the practical application of knowledge in supporting children and young people who are at risk of or actively self-harming. 
The course may delivered in a number of different ways depending on the needs of the partner organisation.

This course may be delivered as a full or half day as per service requirements. 

Additional Information: 

Those delivering this course have extensive experience within the child care fields specifically working with children and young people in residential care.
 

Contact: 

01792 284400


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