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PACE Model, PACE training courses, PACE Parenting

PACE Model: Playfulness, Acceptance, Curiosity, Empathy

£425.00

Learning Outcomes for the PACE Model course:

  1. Understand attachment, trauma and brain development
  2. Explore what PACE actually is
  3. Explore and understand why PACE is a useful approach for children and young people who have experienced trauma
  4. Explore the 4 elements of PACE (Playfulness, Acceptance, Curiosity and Empathy) and how foster carers and childcare workers can integrate PACE into their work
  5. Understand how foster carers and childcare workers can help children with attachment difficulties
  6. Discuss the difficulties that may be involved in using PACE as a model of care
  7. Putting PACE into practice and troubleshooting

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Description

The PACE Model – Playfulness, Acceptance, Curiosity, Empathy

The PACE model is a form of caring/parenting, which helps create and support secure attachments with children and young people who may have experienced difficulties in early life. The PACE model is being recognised more and more as an effective model of care for both fostering agencies and residential resources when working directly with children within their care.

Learning Outcomes for the PACE Model course:

  1. Understand attachment, trauma and brain development
  2. Explore what PACE actually is
  3. Explore and understand why PACE is a useful approach for children and young people who have experienced trauma
  4. Explore the 4 elements of PACE (Playfulness, Acceptance, Curiosity and Empathy) and how foster carers and childcare workers can integrate PACE into their work
  5. Understand how foster carers and childcare workers can help children with attachment difficulties
  6. Discuss the difficulties that may be involved in using PACE as a model of care
  7. Putting PACE into practice and troubleshooting

Format: Taught sections, small group work, work in pairs, whole group discussion

Hand-outs: Full hand-outs and sources of further information will be provided

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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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