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Open Training

Children in Wales has a programme of open training courses. The courses are organised on a range of issues, held at venues across Wales and are open to anyone.  Registration for courses is on a first come first served basis and places are limited so early booking is advisable, and substantial discounts are available for Children in Wales members.  Some of our open training courses are now accredited.

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23 Jan 2018

Harmful Traditional Practices

A half-day course Traditional cultural practices reflect the values and…

Venue:
Cardiff

Organiser:
Children in Wales

26 Jan 2018

Understanding and Responding to Bullying Behaviours

A One Day Course In a recent survey by Ditch…

Venue:
Cardiff

Organiser:
Children in Wales

Venue:
Cardiff

Organiser:
Children in Wales

2 Feb 2018

Supporting Child Migrants in Wales: The Welsh Context of Law, Policy and Practice

One Day Course This 1-day introductory training will support practitioners…

Venue:
Cardiff

Organiser:
Children in Wales

6 Feb 2018

GroBrain – How to Explain Bonding and Brain Development to Parents

One day course Neuroscience shows the importance of attachment and…

Venue:
Cardiff

Organiser:
Children in Wales

8 Feb 2018

Young People & Substance Misuse: Why the Drugs Don’t Work

A One Day Course The training will explore substance misuse…

Venue:
Carmarthen

Organiser:
Children in Wales

8 Feb 2018

‘Understand the Brain, Understand the Child’

A One Day Course As a Foster Carer, you may…

Venue:
Cardiff

Organiser:
Children in Wales

12 Feb 2018

Working with Groups

A two-day course Delegates will explore the role of the…

Venue:
Cardiff

Organiser:
Children in Wales

15 Feb 2018

Working with Fathers

A one-day course This course is aimed at both practitioners…

Venue:
Cardiff

Organiser:
Children in Wales

16 Feb 2018

Working Positively with Autistic Children in the Early Years

A one-day course This course offers participants a broader understanding…

Venue:
Cardiff

Organiser:
Children in Wales

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