The Online Teachers Introduction To Attachment Course
Do you recognise any of these in your school?
There are many children and young people in our school system who are struggling to achieve and to reach their potential.
Why is that?
Wouldn’t it be amazing to be able to help and support those most vulnerable children in a way that would:-
By learning more about the theory of attachment and how trauma in early life can impact on a child’s behaviour, you can develop strategies that mean vulnerable children get the help they need, and your whole class will benefit.
Clearly these strategies can be shared across your school and will have an impact on all children, as well as taking the pressure off teaching and support staff who will now have the tools they need to manage behaviour and help every child reach their potential.
An Introduction to Attachment and Trauma in Educational Settings
This programme offers a straightforward three-hour multimedia training course delivered through videos and reading materials which you can access online.
Once all three modules and their quizzes are completed you will receive your CPD accredited certificate.
After completing this course you will:
But Thats Not All…
As a valued member of our BraveHeart Community you will also get access to:-
Everyone in the BraveHeart team lives with the impact of Attachment on children, as we are all adopters and foster carers.
We have been training professionals in this subject for five years now and have seen thousands of educators change their approach to children as a result. We continue to lead the way in advocating for vulnerable children and young people by raising awareness, knowledge and understanding.
We know that teachers work hard and are always keen to learn more and expand their knowledge. This course is an excellent opportunity for you to learn about a subject that can help you to make positive changes in your classroom. You’ll come away with the tools you need to help vulnerable children reach their full potential.
“More than anyone else, teachers and school staff need to learn about the critical role that attachment plays in the performance, behaviour, and wellbeing of their students. Nicola Marshall’s clear and concise explanation of attachment makes it readily accessible”Christopher J. McGlinn, Ph.D., Clinical Coordinator, The Elwyn Davidson School, Pennsylvania, USA
Frequently Asked Questions
No, the beauty of this course is that you can dip in and out when time allows. You will have to complete all the content for each module and the module quiz before you move onto the next, and at the end you will be able to print and download your personalised CPD certificate.
Once you have completed the course the hotline is open for you to talk through any specific situations you may be struggling with.
Also in our big BraveHeart Community there is an open forum to discuss good practice and challenges you may be facing.
Her book The Teachers Introduction to Attachment was written to raise the awareness of the needs of vulnerable children in education.
This online course comes with a 30-day guarantee. If after completing the course, the quiz and the tutor telephone session you are not satisfied with this product you can call us to get your money back.
“I found BraveHeart’s content enormously helpful and also reassuring. It bolstered up my toolkit of resources to understand and help the vulnerable children I come across – and it reassured me that I am equipped to help. Those children I think are hard to reach are actually within my reach and I could be the person to help them”Phil Thomas, Teacher, Headteacher & Resilience Trainer, UK
“I heard Nicola Marshall speak and I would recommend her wisdom. She speaks from the heart. I didn’t know much about Attachment disorder so I made it my job to find out. I did a paper on it following a talk that Nicola gave. She made it so real”Sarah Flanagan, Teacher Training Student, Derby University, UK
“This course has given me the tools I need to help these pupils survive the school day. Everyone working with children with attachment should take the opportunity to learn from your vast wealth of experience”Debbie French - King David School, Liverpool, UK
“This is a fascinating topic but incredibly complex. You have helped me gain greater clarity on this topic – thank you – you are doing a fantastic job educating the country in this really important area”Sue Lloyd - Moseley High, Birmingham, UK