Introduction to promoting secure attachment
Brain development and positive parenting
Level: 2 | Modules: 1 | Hours: 5
This course will enable adults preparing to work with children and young people to understand the theory underpinning a relational model of working which promotes secure attachment throughout life. By understanding the impact that parents have on the developing brain of their children learners will be encouraged to recognise the different relational activities and be able to develop their skills.
Target audience: Adults starting to work in children's services | Family support workers | Adopters | Foster carers | Teaching assistants | Mentors | Volunteers
Learning outcomes / assessment criteria
Understand how parenting contributes to brain development in children and young people
- Show your awareness of the links between parenting and brain development
- Explain three relational processes underpinning healthy brain development
- Explain five key relational activities which contribute to healthy brain development
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