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Reducing Parental Conflict - Free Digital Resources Training

This training is for anyone who works with parents or families. You will be trained in the use of three digital resources designed to reduce parental conflict with three different audiences.

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Reducing Parental Conflict - Free Digital Resources Training
Reducing Parental Conflict - Free Digital Resources Training

Time & Location

24 Jan 2022, 09:30 – 25 Jan 2022, 12:30

ONLINE - Teams/Zoom

About the Event

To find out more and sign up to the training, visit the event page here. Who is the training for?

This training is for anyone who works with parents or families.

What can I expect to learn?

The sessions aim to enhance your knowledge, understanding, skills, and confidence to work with parents. By the end of the training you will be able to: • Raise parents’ awareness of the issue of parental conflict. • Use digital resources to help parents recognise conflict. • Enable parents to develop positive communication skills and helpful conflict behaviours.

How is the training delivered?

This is a digital training, which takes place on Microsoft Teams.  It is delivered over two consecutive half-days. Each day’s training is three hours.

Session 1: • The impact of parental conflict on children’s outcomes. • Background to the design of the digital resources. • Introduction to OPO digital resources.

Session 2: • A chance to explore the digital resources for yourself. • Skills for working with parents. • Further help and support.

What do I need to know before the training starts?

There are a couple of things to be aware of before the training starts:

• We want to see and hear you. Please turn on your camera and microphone at the start of the training as we value your participation and contributions.

• You will be given a chance to explore the three digital resources – please be aware that these won’t work on Internet Explorer, so it’s best to use an alternative browser such as Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge, or Safari. If you usually use Internet Explorer, you should find that Microsoft Edge is already installed on your computer.

During the training, you will be given access to a digital practitioner guide and other helpful documents to support you when using the digital resources with parents.

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