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FASD & NAS Training

Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome & Foetal Alcohol Spectrum - Standard (Zoom)

£245.00 2 hours

This course will demystify these conditions and explore strategies to support the child.



Description

The course is for those with no prior knowledge of the conditions and is particularly relevant for those undertaking or considering Parent and Child Placements.

These two physical and cognitive disorders can have a devastating impact on children and families. During the course, we will demystify these conditions and explore strategies to support the child.

Learning Outcomes: 

  1. What is FASD?
  2. How does it occur/happen?
  3. How do you recognise, diagnose and manage FAS in a clinical setting?
  4. How does it affect a child/individual?
  5. What support does a child / young person need in the community and in school?
  6. What are the long term implications?
  7. What is the impact on our current practice?
  8. What changes do we need to consider/implement in our future work?

This course is for Foster Carers and Adopters as well as their Supervising Social Workers. It is also suitable for Residential Child Care Workers (RCCW) and residential team managers from mainstream, short-breaks and outreach services.

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Advanced Training

This option is aimed at an audience with prior knowledge of the subject and isn’t suitable for.  Those that are new to the subject would be better with our standard course.

Need more time?

We recognise that sometimes groups need more time for discussions and group work. This can mean that a two-hour session is just not long enough to explore the curriculum and engage in question and answer sessions. So we are you offering the opportunity to extend the session by an hour to allow your trainees the chance to explore the curriculum fully!

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These sessions can be accessed from a phone or laptop.

They are nothing like e-learning! The training is live and interactive. Participants can ask and answer questions just as they would in face-to-face training.