- “ Completing the online course after the training day helped me to look at my current practice and highlight ways to improve. ” Customer – February 2015
- “ A lot of information to process. Really enjoyed learning. ” Customer, Bedfordshire – February 2014
- “ I thoroughly enjoyed the one day course, enjoyed the online content and was pleased that I could save and go back to he online content in my own time. ” Early Years, Luton – August 2015
Brain development and positive parenting
Level: 3 | Modules: 1 | Hours: 10
Helping parents and carers to understand the impact they have on the developing brain of their children can develop responsiveness and confidence. This understanding truly promotes positive parenting. This course will enable anyone who works with families to integrate this understanding into practice so that they can explain and consistently model the activities that build and maintain healthy brains.
Target audience: Health visitors | Children's centre staff | Family support workers
Learning outcomes / assessment criteria
Understand how parenting contributes to brain development in children and young people
- Explain the links between parenting and brain development
- Summarise parenting processes that underpin healthy brain development
- Describe parenting activities which contribute to healthy brain development
Understand promoting confident and reflective parenting
- Explain how helping parents to understand brain development can improve their confidence
- Outline how parents can be encouraged to become more reflective through recognising brain development in their child
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