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Working with and alongside children, young people, families and adults exposed to social disadvantage and inequalities is at the heart of our work. Resilience research and practice provides powerful knowledge to help people having particularly tough times.

CPD Courses and Workshops Available

  • Understanding the Academic Resilience Approach & Putting it into Practice

    Training Course | Boingboing Resilience CIC

    This workshop offers an introduction to the Academic Resilience Approach and provides the opportunity to understand more about what resilience is and how school communities can build resilience and cushion people from the worst effects of adversity. It introduces a straightforward and strategic way of working with children; young people and families that builds capacity to manage life’s challenges more resiliently – because overcoming adversity; whilst also potentially changing or even dramatically transforming (aspects of) that adversity is what matters.

  • Introducing Resilience and Putting it into Practice

    Training Course | Boingboing Resilience CIC

    Resilience refers to the positive capacity we have to achieve good outcomes in spite of hardships or serious threats to our development. Finding ways to boost a child’s ability to respond resiliently when life is tough can help them to do better than you might have thought they would. This workshop offers an introduction to the concept of Resilience and provides the opportunity to understand and adopt a strategic approach to promoting resilience. It introduces a straightforward and strategic way of working with children; young people and families that builds capacity to manage life’s challenges more resiliently.

  • Building Practitioner Resilience

    Training Course | Boingboing Resilience CIC

    A recent study funded by the National Institute of Health Research reported links between staff well-being and service user outcomes (Maben et al 2012). This training day focuses on practitioners across different professional groups offering insights into ‘What are the best approaches to support practitioner resilience?’. And to debate how practitioner resilience can be shaped in the current context of practice. Through the integration of theory and reflection you will be supported to explore your own resilience as a practitioner. Mechanisms that can enhance your resilience and the impact on you and your work when key “resilient moves” are absent will be discussed.

  • Building Resilience: a workshop for parents and carers

    Workshop | Boingboing Resilience CIC

    This series of 3 hour workshops is aimed at British Sign Language/English interpreters; communication support workers and other interested parties with the view of teaching vocabulary about a specified topic. It will cover situations that may arise as well as providing an opportunity of discussion. It is tailored to the following main subjects – Sex; Mental Health & Therapy; Medicine; Social Care; Confidentiality; Police; Religion & Culture; Taboo & Ban News; Children & Families – SER; American influence including fingerspelling.

Boingboing Resilience CIC
28 Grand Crescent
Rottingdean
Brighton
BN2 7GL

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