During these challenging times, at In-Trac we have been working to keep our staff and associates safe whilst doing all we can to support the public sector in their ongoing work with children and families. Whilst face to face training is not possible, we have been working alongside our clients to develop alternative virtual training sessions.
We have developed a range of options ranging from short information giving sessions through to action learning sets and whole day virtual training sessions. Our trainers are using a variety of online training techniques to keep our training interactive, practical and relevant to practice.
Topics we are currently developing for both single professions and multi-agency audiences include:
- Working with domestic abuse
- Bereavement and loss
- Working with trauma and anxiety
- Safeguarding (all levels)
- Safeguarding disabled children
- Working with neglect
- Life story work
- Autism awareness
- Sensory processing
Supervision training has always been a core part of our work and we have adapted all our courses for a virtual environment.
Supervision Training for Schools – with an emphasis on the role that supervision plays in safeguarding children – can now be delivered as a virtual on line training course. There has been considerable interest in this aspect of our work. A recording of our recent webinar on this topic can be accessed below. If you are interested in discussing supervision training for your school please contact Louise Robinson or Jane Wonnacott.
We are also continuing our review work and other consultancy during this period
Do get in touch if you would like to discuss how we can help. In the immediate future please contact Louise Robinson In-Trac Assistant Director or Jane Wonnacott, In-Trac Director on:
01428 641425 louise @in-trac.co.uk / firstname.lastname@example.org