Autumn Training at Children in Scotland

Posted on behalf of Helen Duncan:

Brighten up your autumn

with Children in Scotland


Don’t head for hibernation once the summer is over. Children in Scotland has a wide range of training workshops and seminars, to stimulate, motivate and meet your CPD needs.


With so much on offer between now and December, whet your appetite with these hand-picked highlights – or download a copy of our Training and Conference Guide for the full schedule –





Building attachment: theory into practice

Resilience and Coping, Additional Support Needs
Secure, insecure and disorganised attachment and understanding ways of working with and caring for children who have experienced loss, separation, abuse and neglect.
25/9/2009, Edinburgh

Transforming early years spaces on a shoestring

Approaches to Education

Practical ideas on providing a quality education environment without breaking the bank
29/9/2009, Glasgow

Group work with young people
Working with Young People
Theoretical and practical groupworking skills with young people
1/10/2009, Edinburgh

Working with drug and alcohol misuse
Health and Wellbeing
Examine the use and misuse of non prescribed drugs and alcohol and the skills required in working with young people involved in misuse
2/10/2009, Edinburgh

Infant mental health and wellbeing
Health and Wellbeing, Resilience and Coping
Influence in very early life for future mental health and wellbeing and practical assessment and solutions
5/10/2009, Glasgow

Risk assessment, analysis and management in child welfare and protection
Child Protection

Providing an accessible, evidence based risk framework that can be applied in day to day practice
6/10/2009, Edinburgh

Promoting positive behaviour in young children
Managing Behaviour

An introduction to managing behaviour in the early years
7/10/2009, Glasgow

Dealing with conflict, anger and aggression (over 12s)
Managing Behaviour, Working with Young People

Explore strategies for communicating effectively with young people who display challenging behaviour
8/10/2009, Glasgow

Empowering change: an introduction to solution-oriented approaches
Working with Young People, Additional Support Needs
Help young people and workers develop goals and solutions rather than analyse problems
9/10/2009, Glasgow


For these and a wide variety of other courses, download the Children in Scotland Training and Conference Guide http://www.

or go online to

Book online today – prices from £90 for Children in Scotland members





Alison Rowan, Training Development Officer

Children in Scotland, Princes House, 5 Shandwick Place, Edinburgh EH2 4RG

Phone: 0131 222 2405 Fax: 0131 228 8585