Level 3 Diploma in Therapeutic Parenting - Unit 7 Working with Others.

Content
32 modules

Rating

Instructor
Sarah Penna

Released
13 Jul 2017

Price
£135 - 235

Description

 

 

 

Unit 07 – Working with Others
 
Guided Learning Hours (GLH): 30
 
When adopting or fostering children with developmental trauma, there is a bewildering array of Social Work, Educational and Health professionals who may become involved in the support necessary for the child and the family.  In this module, the learner will gain knowledge and understanding of professionals that may be involved at the outset or may become involved through various agencies, their roles and how to access necessary support.  The learner will be able to discuss the importance of building up a strong supportive professional network and also describe the difficulties which may arise in achieving this.


The second part of this module enables to learner to identify and explore issues around involving extended family and friends in supporting Therapeutic parenting techniques.  Learners will be able to develop an implementation plan and will also be able to describe the benefits of involving families and friends in implementing Therapeutic parenting strategies as well is identifying where difficulties may arise.

DISCLAIMER:

This unit is part of the Level 3 Diploma in Therapeutic Parenting. Individuals who decide to purchase the course from this page do so at their own risk, and the cost of the course is non refundable.

 

Payment Plans

One off payment- £2,250.00 + VAT  

 

12 monthly payments of £187.50 + VAT

£2,250.00 + VAT

 

24 monthly payments of £93.75 + VAT

£2,250.00 + VAT

 

Please note the NATP members 50% discount does not apply to the Diploma in Therapeutic Parenting, however members do get the diploma at a reduced cost, please enquire to find out more.

This unit is part of the Diploma in Therapeutic Parenting which is unregulated qualification accredited with the Awarding Body NCFE. It is aimed at parents who are caring for children who have experienced developmental trauma. It is also aimed at supporting professionals who are working with families in order to support them, which can be used as evidence for Continuing Professional Development.

Objectives

The titles and roles of key professionals in Social Work, Education and Healthcare will be explored, and the learner will be able to develop their own resource (diagram) as a tool for future reference.  The learner will discuss the support available from each professional within their separate roles.
 
Learners will explore the issues surrounding educating others on your use of Therapeutic Parenting Strategies. This outcome enables the learner to reflect on and describe the difficulties or other issues which may emerge when educating extended family and friends on the use of Therapeutic Parenting strategies. The learner will also identify the potential benefits and explore how these challenges can be met. The learner will develop an individual resource to enable them to engage friends and families in Therapeutic Parenting techniques by raising awareness through development and implementation of a plan.
 
Learners will develop understanding on the importance of working in partnerships with professionals when Therapeutically parenting a child with developmental trauma.
Working in partnership with parents and carers is recognised as being a key element for successful placements. 

In the final part of this module the learner will be able to explain the importance of working in partnership with Fostering and Adoption Social Workers and Children’s Social Workers.  Learners will also be able to explain the importance of working in partnership with schools and how these partnerships can benefit the child and therefore the placement.  The learner will also be able to describe difficulties which may arise when involving key professionals when implementing Therapeutic Parenting strategies.


Fostering Attachments Ltd t/a Inspire Training Group © 2016  Level 3 Diploma in Therapeutic Parenting. 
 

1
Unit 7 Aims and Objectives.
{{ vm.helper.t('reports.module') }}
2
7a) Introduction to Working with Others.
{{ vm.helper.t('reports.module') }}
3
7b) Developmental Awareness
{{ vm.helper.t('reports.module') }}
4
7c) Working in Partnership.
{{ vm.helper.t('reports.module') }}
5
7c) Working in Partnership - The Blame Game Role Play (Part 1)
{{ vm.helper.t('reports.module') }}
6
7c) Working in Partnership - The Blame Game Role Play (Part 2)
{{ vm.helper.t('reports.module') }}
7
7c) Knowledge Task.
{{ vm.helper.t('reports.assignment') }}
8
7c) Working in Partnership - How to Deal with Other Professionals.
{{ vm.helper.t('reports.module') }}
9
7d) Key Professional Roles and Support Structures.
{{ vm.helper.t('reports.module') }}
10
7d) Key Professional Roles and Support Structures - Social Workers.
{{ vm.helper.t('reports.module') }}
11
7d) Key Professional Roles and Support Structures - CAMHS.
{{ vm.helper.t('reports.module') }}
12
7d) Key Professional Roles and Support Structures - Therapists.
{{ vm.helper.t('reports.module') }}
13
7d) Key Professional Roles and Support Structures - Doctors.
{{ vm.helper.t('reports.module') }}
14
7d) Key Professional Roles and Support Structures - Police.
{{ vm.helper.t('reports.module') }}
15
7d) Key Professional Roles and Support Structures - Common Assessment Framework. (CAF)
{{ vm.helper.t('reports.module') }}
16
7d) Key Professional Roles and Support Structures - Education Health and Care Plan.
{{ vm.helper.t('reports.module') }}
17
7e) Knowledge Task: Creating a Therapeutic Care Plan.
{{ vm.helper.t('reports.assignment') }}
18
7e) Creating a Therapeutic Care Plan.
{{ vm.helper.t('reports.module') }}
19
7f) Directed Reading Task: "Inside I'm Hurting." By Louise Bomber.
{{ vm.helper.t('reports.module') }}
20
7f) Directed Reading Task: "Inside I'm Hurting." By Louise Bomber.
{{ vm.helper.t('reports.assignment') }}
21
7g) What makes life at School so hard?
{{ vm.helper.t('reports.module') }}
22
7g Family futures.
{{ vm.helper.t('courses.exam') }}
23
7h) Informing Teachers about Childhood Trauma.
{{ vm.helper.t('reports.module') }}
24
7h) Video Knowledge Task.
{{ vm.helper.t('reports.assignment') }}
25
7i) Accessing Help and Support.
{{ vm.helper.t('reports.module') }}
26
7i) Accessing Help and Support - Applying for Assessment.
{{ vm.helper.t('reports.module') }}
27
Unit Assessment
{{ vm.helper.t('reports.module') }}
28
Unit 7 Assessment Task 1
{{ vm.helper.t('reports.assignment') }}
29
Unit 7 Assessment Task 2
{{ vm.helper.t('reports.assignment') }}
30
Unit 7 Assessment Task 3
{{ vm.helper.t('reports.assignment') }}
31
Reflective Journal Task
{{ vm.helper.t('reports.module') }}
32
Unit Evaluation
{{ vm.helper.t('courses.exam') }}
 
Added 3 months ago, by anja
disappointing content but it could be due to where I am in my journey as an adoptive parent.
 
Added 7 months ago, by Carol
 
Added about 2 years ago, by Kim
 
Added over 2 years ago, by Tracy
It was a helpful reminder of the range of professionals involved in the life of a traumatised child, their roles and the importance of working together and removing blame.
 
Added over 2 years ago, by Linda

Copyright © 2015 – Fostering Attachments Ltd.

Any unauthorised broadcasting, sharing, public performance, copying or re-recording will constitute an infringement of copyright.

See terms and conditions on the inspire website - http://www.inspiretraininggroup.com/index.php/training-and-development/terms-and-conditions 

The purchase of courses/interventions constitutes acceptance of the Inspire Training Group Terms & Conditions.

Shopping Cart

Your cart is empty