Date(s) - 07/03/2018
9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Birmingham, Holiday Inn
Understanding Attachment Disorder
BIRMINGHAM, The Holiday inn, Great Barr, 7th March 2018 – Click here to book now
Learn how Attachment disorder can affect behaviour, teaching and learning, relationship skills and lifelong development. Explore techniques for support and positive intervention.
Who is this course suitable for?
This course is suitable for teachers, support staff, pastoral staff, care staff and foster carers working with children, young people & adults with attachment disorder.
What prior knowledge or experience is needed?
No previous knowledge of attachment theory is required for this course. Experience of working with attachment disorders is beneficial and this may include other co-existing issues such as learning difficulties or the autism spectrum. Delegates should come prepared to discuss and plan for individual situations in strict confidence.
Summary of the course
Often, people with attachment disorders provide the greatest challenges. Attachment issues affect behaviour, teaching & learning, relationship/social skills and lifelong development. This course offers the opportunity to explore techniques for support and intervention and to learn about the nature and characteristics of attachment disorders.
• The nature and characteristics of attachment disorder
• How attachment issues affect behaviour, teaching & learning, relationship/social skills and lifelong development
• Effective management strategies to develop social skills, communication skills and behaviour management
• Case studies and planning support and intervention
“Interesting and thought-provoking. Colin has an easy style of delivering information, which is interesting and directly from his own experience.”
Karen Halley, Wokingham Borough Council,
Early Years Inclusion Advisor