Teesside University in association with North East London Training Hub are pleased to invite applications for the final phase of the trauma training across North East London: Trauma Sensitive Approaches to Psychological Wellbeing taught course.
The course is designed for anyone who is interested in learning more about trauma and trauma informed care and would prefer a more traditional ‘taught’ approach to learning. The course has six full days (0930 – 1630) of scheduled online teaching over 12 weeks. You will be expected to attend all sessions. The content includes learning about trauma, childhood trauma, and the impact on an individual’s life. The impact of culture, health inequalities, and as well as providing you with tools to help support a trauma informed approach to your work.
The course has two routes:
- UCPPD (accredited) – upon successful completion of this route students will be awarded University Certificate in Professional Postgraduate Development and 20 level (M) credits. To pass this course students must achieve a minimum of 50% in the final assessment which is a 3000-word reflective essay. Students applying for this route should have studied at a minimum of degree level or equivalent (level 6)
- CPD route (non-accredited) – students will be awarded with a certificate of completion upon achieving 80% in an online quiz at the end of the module. There are no specified entry requirements for this route.
- To book onto our monthly 3-hour universal workshops please click HERE
- To book onto the self-guided distance online course (not taught) please click HERE
To apply for the taught course, use the link below. It is necessary to complete a university application form (which is quite a long process) so that you can gain access to the university systems. If prompted for the funder on the application form, please put the borough in which you work.
- Trauma Sensitive Approaches to Psychological Wellbeing: Taught Provision
- 25th September 2023 & 22nd April 2024
- Apply Here