Reviewed on 5th January 2021
Following the recent government guidance announced on 4th January, trainings are only able to take place online, rather than face-to-face. This is to be reviewed after half-term, on 16th February.
If you are thinking about organising training for your team and want to know more, or if you have booked a space for one of our individual courses and have any questions, please get in touch and we can send you more information.
After months of delivering some of our training courses via Zoom, we began to run face-to-face groups again when government guidelines allowed.
Some ways in which we have worked with you:
At Home: Providing tools and strategies for professionals working with families, including how to deliver Family Links groups via Zoom and offering more of our training online.
At School: Making our online course for schools free so that all staff members can access it during these challenging times.
At Work: Partnering with workplaces to help their employees to manage work and life, support themselves and each other and develop emotional resilience.
We have learnt a lot working in this new way with you and have found some benefits to it, so we will keep offering some of our courses online. However, we are really looking forward to going back to face-to-face training!
As those of you who have attended one of our courses will know, the experience of being together in a room is irreplaceable and adds extra value to our courses.
We want to reassure you that we have taken all measures needed to go back to face-to-face training in a safe way. We have completed a training risk assessment and all the venues we use are Covid-secure. We have produced guidance for trainers and trainees with due consideration to social distancing, hand hygiene, use of resources and face coverings. Everyone on a Family Links training is provided with their own set of resources, pens and visors if needed; all our trainers will be wearing visors.
"Our facilitators made me feel completely safe in attending a course during COVID. Reinventing games with social distancing, a reward chart which avoided normal handling of objects (e.g pasta in a jar). A lovely relaxed atmosphere generally. It didn’t matter that we were not able to be nurtured with food or drink etc. Well done and thank you to Rowen and Arifa for making it such a positive, informative day". - Trainee, Parenting, Culture and Religion Training Course, Wales 2020
"You managed to create an atmosphere where I felt as though we all felt secure, safe and enabled". - Trainee, Parenting, Culture and Religion Training Course, Wales 2020
"Very motivating. Great to have time to reflect on managing difficult feelings after returning to school during COVID-19". - Trainee, Parenting, Culture and Religion Training Course, Wales 2020.
We look forward to welcoming you back!