Resilience and adverse childhood experiences
Building Resilience to counteract Adverse Childhood Experiences- how out of school care services can support children in their care.
Duration: 2 hours 30 mins
Objectives of training: participants will gain an understanding of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)- what they are, how to recognise if children are being adversely affected, and how to help build children’s resilience to counteract any negative effects.
As part of the training we shall show the film 'Resilience. The biology of stress and the science of hope.' (60mins) and provide opportunities for discussion as well as practical ideas to implement in out of school care services.
Delivery of training: this training can be delivered to local out of school care networks, clusters of services or individual groups. The maximum number of participants is 20.
SOSCN cannot organise the training locally, so anyone interested in booking this training will be required to also organise the venue and booking of delegates.
Sessions can be delivered in the morning, evening or at weekends subject to availability.
Training Provider Overview
The Scottish Out of School Care Network is the national charity supporting the development of high quality out of school care in Scotland.
We currently (December 2018) offer:
- Free physical activity and wellbeing training across Scotland, we are currently providing training for trainers for CALA staff to help deliver this in the Highlands
- Free STEM training with only a few places left on the course starting January 2019 in partnership with West college Scotland at their Paisley Campus.
- Purchasable training across Scotland on:
- Resilience and adverse childhood experiences – introduction, including film screening, with a low charge to cover costs only.
- Mentoring training for quality improvement (usually member services undertaking Achieving Quality Scotland, our quality assurance resource for out of school care).
- Bespoke training tailored to out of school care service needs and requests.
For example: Business and financial planning for out of school care, management, supervision and appraisal, consulting children in out of school care, planning and using space for out of school care.
There is a training section on our website with instructions on how to book or request training.
Training Provider Contact Details
We always ask for user evaluation including how they will use the new skills learned in their practice. For the STEM training we also ask children to evaluate the activities on offer and the difference it makes to their knowledge and skills.
Feedback on all of our training is consistently high.