Join fabtic at its next open training course in central London from 2 – 6 June 2014.
The five-day course is entitled Foundation Training For Staff Working With Children Who Set Fires and is open to staff from fire brigades, Children’s Services, CAMHS, Youth Justice and other personnel working with at-risk children and families.
The content is aimed at staff new to working with children and adolescents who set fires, or those looking to refresh their skills and knowledge in this specialist field. The course explores the motives for firesetting behaviour, the principles of effective behaviour change and key areas such as Pro-Social Modelling, creating (and ending) quality client relationships and defensible decision making. The theoretical basis is complemented throughout with real-life case studies and discussions, along with practical tools and strategies to use in client work.
The training will be held at In-Tuition House, 210 Borough High Street, London, SE1 1JA (a five-minute walk from London Bridge rail, tube and bus stations).
The course runs from 0930hrs to 1630hrs each day, with lunch and refreshments provided, and the total cost is £650 per delegate.
Bookings are now being taken and if you would like to attend the course, or for more information, please call (020) 7249 0652 or email firstname.lastname@example.org