Tuning in to Kids – Online via Zoom – February 18, 19, 25 – Facilitator training workshop for professionals
February 18 @ 12:45 pm - 5:00 pm$880
Tuning in to Kids is an evidence-based parenting program developed by Dr. Sophie Havighurst and Ann Harley in Melbourne, Australia with research trials conducted through The University of Melbourne.
Tuning in to Kids ONLINE VIA ZOOM is a 3-half-day professional development workshop that gives trainees a grounding in the concepts of Emotional Intelligence and Emotion Coaching. The workshop blends lecture-style and experiential learning modules. Pre-reading and video material will be sent prior to the first session. This workshop is suitable for all experienced and qualified workers in the caring sector whose client base includes children (approximately 3 – 10 years) and their parents. Participants who complete the workshop receive a certificate that authorises them to deliver the Tuning in to Kids 6-week parenting program to parents and carers.
Trainees are asked to login by 12.45pm AEDT – work will finish at 5.00pm (AEDT Melbourne, Australia) each day of the workshop – Thursday February 18, Friday February 19 and Thursday February 25. Please also note, you must attend all three zoom sessions in order to receive certification.
Participants will receive a zoom link after enrolling. Digital and hardcopy workshop materials will be sent by email and post. Partipants must provide a secure postal address*
*Our program manuals are available in hardcopy only. Participants outside Australia will incur an additional postal fee for program materials. The following is a guide only: NZ $50AUD; USA $80AUD;UK $80AUD; HK $72AUD; SING $72AUD; EUR $80-100AUD. For postal payments email firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to seeing you in the Zoom training room soon!
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