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Trauma Informed Practice Training and Resources

The SBNI have a range of training and resources available for you as a practitioner and for your organisation to consider the implementation of trauma informed care.

The current range of training opportunities and alternative learning options have been summarised below. Get in touch with the EITP Trauma Informed Practice Team.

 

 

 

Training and Resources

 

The Level One ACE Awareness Training is currently being rolled out through adhoc training session as requested through the SBNI. It has also been delivered through sustainable mechanisms within health, social care, justice, housing and education. For example the Level One training has been embedded through existing learning and development training programmes, regional training colleges and through existing training teams, HR and corporate planning within statutory sector agenices. This is to ensure that ACE awareness and Trauma Informed Practice continues to be strategically implemented within and across sectors beyond March 2020.

If you would like to find out more please contact the EITP Trauma Informed Practice Project Team. 

ASCERT are currently delivering the Level One ACE Awareness Training across the community and voluntary sector in Northern Ireland. To find out about upcoming training opportunities within this sector visit https://www.ascert.biz/training-consultancy/community-training.

 

Trauma Awareness Training Resources 

 

The Level Two Trauma Sensitive Approaches to Practice Training aims to build on the general ACE awareness training to develop the skills of those working more intensely with children, adults or families who have been impacted by adversity / childhood trauma to promote a trauma sensitive response. 

If you would like to find out more please contact the EITP Trauma Informed Practice Project Team. 

ASCERT are currently delivering the Level One ACE Awareness Training across the community and voluntary sector in Northern Ireland. To find out about upcoming training opportunities within this sector visit https://www.ascert.biz/training-consultancy/community-training.

 

The EITP Trauma Informed Practice Project in partnership with the HSC Leadership Centre will deliver a train the trainer programme for the Level One ACE Awareness and Level Two Trauma Sensitive Approaches to Practice training. Programme Dates are now available for 2019.

Find out more about the train the trainer programme and upcoming dates by clicking here 

 

The ACE Awareness and Trauma Informed Practice elearning resources will go live from November 2019. If your organisation would like to embed the Level One ACE Awareness and Level Two Trauma Sensitive Approaches to Practice e-learning sessions within your organisations intranet learning and development modules please get in touch with the SBNI EITP Trauma Informed Practice Project Team by clicking here. We will work with your I.T team to embed this resource within your systems.

 

Latest from the Trauma Informed Practice Training Blog

See below a summary of some of our latest awareness and training sessions across Northern Ireland.

 

Northern Ireland ACE Briefing Session with the All Party Group for Children and Young People 

October 2019

The Northern Ireland ACE Reference Group were welcomed by MLA Chris Lyttle, Chair of the All Party Group for Children and Young People to an ACE briefing session in the Long Gallery, Stormont on 1 October 2019.

28 MLAs, MPs and Local Councillors joined the Northern Ireland ACE Reference Group, EITP Trauma Informed Practice Project and CAWT MACE Project to find out more about the key deliverables of the ACE agenda to date and the commitments of organisations as part of a trauma informed whole system in Northern Ireland.

Click here to download the latest NI ACE Conference Report 

 

Trauma Informed Practice School Principals Roadshow

September - October 2019

The SBNI Trauma Informed Practice Project Team brought together over 300 pre-school, primary and post primary principals during a two week awareness raising roadshow in Northern Ireland. This was an opportunity for principals, vice principals and/or pastoral care leads to hear about adverse childhood experiences, how this can be presented in the classroom and the timeframe for the delivery of training and supporting resources within the education sector. A report will be made available from the events shortly. 

To find out more about the roadshow contact Joanna Brown, Education Implementation Manager, SBNI by email at Joanna.brown@hscni.net

 

Be the Change Leadership Programme

September 2019

The SBNI in partnership with the HSC Leadership Centre launched the beginning of the Be the Change Trauma Informed Leadership Programme in Northern Ireland.

60 leaders from across Health, Social care, Justice, Education, Housing, Local Government, the Community and Voluntary Sector have come together through collective leadership to develop an implementation pathway of the trauma informed practice agenda within agencies and across the system in Northern Ireland.

Exemplar live work and developments during the programme will be shared through the NI ACE Conference 2020 in March 2020.