fabtic is pleased to announce that it’s latest one-day training course in central London on Thursday 6 November 2014 has now sold out.
Thirty five delegates from fire and rescue services, youth offending teams, social services departments, forensic psychology practice and the research department at the University of Kent will attend the Enhanced Skills For Effective Engagement with Juvenile Firesetters training day.
Delegates will learn about the risk factors associated with firesetting, focusing in particular on understanding anger and aggression when working directly with juvenile firesetters. Those attending will explore how best to use listening and reflecting skills when attempting to change behaviour, and practice new strategies for their client work.
The training is delivered by staff from fabtic and the Cognitive Centre, who have a combined experience of delivering firesetter and risk training to over 35 UK Fire and Rescue Services, and working with statutory, voluntary and private organisations in the UK, Europe, Scandinavia, Australasia and the US.
fabtic and the Cognitive Centre are proud to be bringing together professionals from across the UK – in a range of support services – to learn, share and discuss ideas together.
If you would like to attend a future training day by fabtic or the Cognitive Centre, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com