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Level Two: ACE and Trauma Informed Practice Awareness Training 07

Course Description

Level Two: ACE and Trauma Informed Practice Awareness Training 07

Code: ACETIP-L2-07

Date: Wednesday, 9th October 2019

Time: 09:30-12:30

Duration: 3 Hours

Location: North City Business Centre, 2 Duncairn Gardens Belfast BT15 2GG Map

Eligibility Criteria: This is skills based Level 2 Training for anyone meeting the criteria below, and who works with clients where ACEs are an issue. This training is free of charge to anyone who has completed Level One training at ASCERT or the Karen Treisman Trauma Informed Practice Training. You must work for a Community & Voluntary Organisation to apply. If you are in another sector, contact The Safeguarding Board NI for details of upcoming training. If you work for a Surestart, Barnardos, Action for Children or NSPCC any upcoming training will be delivered in house, so please consult with your organisation if you want information on when this is happening, as we are unable to offer a place on this training Maximum of 2 Places per organisation due to fewer training places available, so please consult with your colleagues to agree on who applies

Cost: FREE

Description: Level Two skills based course in Adverse Childhood Experiences and Trauma Informed Practice


An enhanced understanding of ACE related Trauma

Enhanced skills and confidence to use a Trauma Sensitive Lens in order to support and develop resilience for those with whom you work

Appreciation of the impact of secondary trauma; exploring ways to support the health & wellbeing of all staff including volunteers

Relevance: Relevant to anyone working with children and/or adults where ACEs may be affecting health/well-being

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