Who should attend:
Practitioners wishing to facilitate the Who’s In Charge? programme and practitioners who wish to use the material in their work with families.
The Who’s in Charge? Nine-week group programme is for parents and carers who have children who use violent and abusive behavior towards them or currently appear to be beyond parental control.
This training is aimed at those practitioners intending to facilitate the Who’s in Charge? group programme, although it has practical application to those working working 1:1 and with parents generally. The training explores the knowledge base of the recent emergence, data and trends relating to Who’s in Charge? and the latest UK picture. We will also explore the ethos and philosophy of the WIC? programme experientially through exercises and discussions relating to the group programme. The final part of the 3-days involves a group assessment via a multiple-choice questionnaire and a short group presentation.
On completion of the three-day facilitator training participants will be eligible to run the Who’s in Charge? programme and will gain on-line access to the all the programme materials needed to run the nine-week programme. There are no further license fees, enabling practitioners to run programmes immediately.
What will be Covered on the training?
An insight into understanding the context of child to parent violence (CPV)
Recent emergence of CPV in the UK
Data and trends relating to WIC?
An experiential exploration of the 9 weeks of the WIC? programme and the key concepts
Facilitation skills and practical application of the WIC? Programme
Assessment of learning via a questionnaire and short group presentation.
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