Three Day Training for Trainers - Family Communication, Coping with Family Life & Communicating with Teenagers (21-23 June)

Date:                     21-23 June 2019

Venue:                 One Family, 8 Coke Lane, Smithfield, Dublin 7

Fee:                       €400 

Includes:              Family Communications Trainers Manual, light refreshments

This intensive three day professional development programme has been re-developed, it gives professionals the tools they need to support parents to build strong relationships with their children and manage difficult behaviour.

Places on this programme will be limited to twenty people as it will be facilitated in a participatory workshop style that actively engages participants. All participants will be required to complete a Training Needs Analysis in advance of the training to ensure that it meets the needs of the group.

Please contact Lorraine Ryan either by phone or email if you have any queries at Tel: 01 662 9212 or E: or you can book directly here.

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One Family has 45 years experience working with one parent families, people sharing parenting, and separating. From June, we will facilitate our three-day Family Communications programme in Dublin. This is an evidence-informed programme developed through funding from the HSE that was externally evaluated in 2014 through the Family Support Agency. It specifically supports people parenting alone, sharing parenting, and separating families but is suitable for use with other family units e.g. grandparent/grandchild. The programme is relevant for one to one work with groups of parents, and may be of particular interest to those working in Family Support.

This Professional Development programme prepares trainers and people who work with parents, children and/or families to design and deliver One Family’s Family Communications programme to groups or in one-to-one work. The emphasis is towards those parenting alone, sharing parenting, and parenting through family change such as separation. The comprehensive manual includes 15 modules, all of which give a step-by-step guide and handouts for facilitating each session.