Tier 1 Trauma-informed Practice (In-person)
Free half-day training course
For workforce and volunteers
Monday 15 January 2024
10.00am - 1.30pm
Mayfield Centre, 35 Broadway Avenue, Bradford, BD5 9NP
Kindly note that this training is only for the members of Bradford’s workforce.
Join colleagues from across Bradford for a free half-day training course about Adversity, Trauma, Resilience and Trauma-informed Practice.
Join us for an interactive experience in learning about trauma-informed practices in Bradford!
Our expert speakers will guide you through the Tier 1 Trauma-informed Practice framework, equipping you with the necessary skills to provide trauma-informed care. This event is perfect for healthcare professionals, social workers, educators, and anyone interested in trauma-informed care. Following the training, you will receive the CPD certificate upon completion.
Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to network with like-minded individuals and gain valuable knowledge and insights. Register now to secure your spot!
The session will cover:
Trauma-informed Practice: Principles, framework and key practices:
- Adversity: what childhood and adult adversities are, and their impact
- Trauma: recognising trauma and learning how to respond to foster positive outcomes
- Resilience: how to help build resilience and how it can help a person heal
- Trauma-informed Practice: principles, framework and the fundamentals of applying these within your work’s context.
The training also looks into:
- Building trusting relationships
- Discussing traumatic experiences
- Choice, collaboration and empowerment
- Staff well-being
Together, let’s foster social change and well-being. Join our community-led journey towards transformation, guided by a scientific and trauma-informed approach. Together, we can create a trauma-informed community that thrives.
Better Start Bradford, Bradford Trident and WAVE Trust are delivering Trauma-informed training, ATR materials, and restorative services (such as supervision and peer support) across the Bradford district between 2022-2025. This collaboration is part of the Bradford ATR programme and has been funded by Public Health.
Event contact details
If you have any queries about this event, please contact the ATR Team.
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