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Reducing Parental Conflict Module 2 - A.M Session www.bcpworkforcedevelopment.co.uk event
Start date Friday 15 November 2019 Add to Outlook Calendar
Times 09:00 - 12:30 
Arrival Time 08:45 
Closing date Friday 1 November 2019
Venue
Somerford Children's Centre , Draper Road, Somerford, Christchurch, BH23 3AS
Venue notes Please note there is free parking available on site.  
Event Leader Alan Farmer 
Event Contributor
Alan Farmer 
Admin Contact Lucy Crescent (lucy.crescent@bcpcouncil.gov.uk
Event Description FOR ALL PRACTITIONERS WHO WORK WITH CHILDREN, YOUNG PEOPLE AND THEIR FAMILIES

The Reducing Parental Conflict Programme comprise of four Modules and has been designed to upskill practitioners in supporting parents to reduce conflict within their relationships, whether together or separated. In turn, they can then improve outcomes for their children.

Module 1 is only accessible on-line and will be made available
to you by the company providing the training (Knowledgepool) approximately one week before you attend any of the other modules, assuming we have received your booking several weeks in advance of the course start date. If we have received your booking later than this there may be a delay in arranging access to Module 1.

Module 2: Identify and discuss parental conflict with parents, focusing on the causes of parental conflict, this workshop equips practitioners with the skills to work with parents to identify and explore relationship conflict.Available for all Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole practitioners at thesubsidised rate, who work with children, young people and their families toimprove their outcomes: Including Private, Voluntary and Independent sector, Schools, Health and Local Authority staff.

By the end of this half-day, skills-based workshop,
participants will be able to: -

- Recognise relationship distress at an early stage and when it is potentially
damaging

- Support couples experiencing parental conflict and be empowered to act,
report or refer should domestic abuse be disclosed/identified

- Revisit the cultural and societal influences that can lead to parental conflict

- Recognise the role of fathers / male carers in a child's life and understand
the importance of including co-parents in all forms of co-parenting couples

- Build confidence and skills by using effective listening and questioning
techniques to identify and discuss parental conflict triggers

- Understand your role and responsibilities in discussing parental conflict with
parents, to help the front-line practitioner to normalise the initial conversation,
including helping parents to understand the impact of parental conflict on
their children

Delivered by Knowledgepool: https://www.knowledgepool.com/about-us

TERMS AND CONDITIONS APPLY - Please note that you must ensure that you read all of the attached documents before requesting your place. By proceeding with the booking, you agree to abide by our terms and conditions.

All cancellations MUST be made using CPD online and MUST be received ten working days prior to the event. Please ensure that the reason for the cancellation is clearly stated. No other forms of cancellation are accepted. 
Event Outcomes Recognising and Supporting Parents in Parental Conflict 
Course Cost £ 0 
Event Charges Notes  
Maximum places 20 
Minimum places
Programme Area Early Help (0-19) 
Event Notes  
No of sessions 1