Building individual and community resilience
Level: 4 | Modules: 1 | Hours: 20
Everyone who works with children and young people and their families needs to understand what resilience is and how to promote resilience in children, in their families, and in the wider community. This course will enable participants to develop this essential understanding of resilience and the skills they will need to play their part in building healthy children, families and communities.
Target audience: Children's workforce
Learning outcomes / assessment criteria
Understand key issues in building resilience throughout childhood
- Explain key factors in resilience including how being resilient contributes to recovery after trauma
- Clarify information about the different levels of the ecology of human development at which resilience factors operate
Be able to develop skills in working with children and young people to build resilience
- Demonstrate how you can use resilience mapping to assess resilience in different domains and at different levels
- Explain how assessing and mapping resilience can help children and young people to build their own resilience
Understand how systems and processes can promote resilience or reinforce vulnerability
- Discuss how you can work with key people to help them better understand and promote resilience for a child or young person
- Analyse strengths and weakness of working practices in terms of supporting or having negative impact on the resilience of workers
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