‘ACEs Adverse Childhood Experiences Training: Practical ways to help support students recover through trauma informed care’. Live Online Training

£89.00 + VAT

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Course: 2 hour live online training

The Adverse Childhood Experiences training course is designed to give participants an insight and understanding of ACEs and how they may affect children growing up. Time will be given to adverse childhood experiences studies highlighting the potential impact that ACEs can have on children and young people as well as adults. It is important to know that not everyone who has been exposed to ACEs will have negative outcomes but understanding ACEs will help support students. This course provides participants with tools, techniques, suggested resources and practical strategies to take back to school.


    • • Consider why a knowledge of ACEs is significant for your work
    • • Explore how ACEs can impact on the developing child;
    • • Develop an understanding of what are adverse childhood experiences
    • • Understand what you can do to help break the cycle of ACEs when working with children and families.
    • • Understand the term toxic stress and its effects on the developing brains of children and adolescents
    • • Understand attachment theory and the differences between secure and insecure attachment in children
    • • Understand the importance of relationships and resilience training
    • • Explore what factors can support the development of resilienceand how working with parents can help a child become more resilient
    • • Understand the role of resilience in helping children/young people cope with adversity
    • • Look at trauma informed carein relation to childhood trauma
    • • Develop a system of reflective practice for staff wellbeing and resilience
    • • Understanding the importance of Professor Barry Carpenter’sRecovery Curriculum in light of school’s post corona virus pandemic
    • • Develop a system of reflective practice for staff wellbeing and resilience
    • • Understand the importance of trauma informed practice and trauma informed schools
  • Course Leader

    Nicola S Morgan


    Live online course

    Target Audience

    Aimed at anyone who works directly or indirectly with students and who wants to understand ACEs Adverse Childhood Experiences in more detail and learn ways to help support students. Ideal for school-based staff including teachers, head teachers, deputy headteacher, SENCO, special education teacher, school support staff, classroom assistant, educational psychologists, pastoral care staff and pastoral lead teacher. As well as multidisciplinary teams i.e. looked after children, foster care, adoption agencies, social services.


  • Testimonials

    Thank you for the training today. I thoroughly enjoyed it and the two hours just flew by! It was so interesting and I am taking a lot away from it. The resources are fantastic and I will be using the strategies. Everything was so relevant and inspiring! Many thanks indeed.”

    “Nicola was animated in her delivery of the training, reinforcing the importance of awareness – her passion made the training very relatable for the work we do, with excellent examples of targeting key concepts!”

     “Excellent! The training was an absolute pleasure, very worthwhile and excellently delivered by an obviously knowledgeable and experienced trainer. It provided a plethora of strategies that will impact greatly on the work we do and despite the subject manner, we were not made to feel uncomfortable at all; Nicola went to every effort to get to know us!”

     “Amazing! Highly relevant, thought provoking and informative. I feel well equipped to raise awareness of the effects of trauma and how to try and unravel things to provide relevant support”

     “Inspirational as always! Nicola identifies the key facts around many topics which are crucial for individuals to succeed. Her knowledge is never ending!”

     “Absolutely fabulous training! I feel totally motivated to ensure that we have trauma-based practice embedded into our school”.

     “Excellent! Covered far more than what I expected. I would recommend it to anyone!”

Additional information

Date and Location

Monday, 13th July 2020 9:30am – 11:30am, Thursday 2nd July 2020 9:30am – 11:30am, Tuesday 28th July 2020 9:30am – 11:30am