This course is delivered with three e-learning modules and four e-mentoring sessions, followed by four face-to-face days. Upon successful completion, you will gain your thrive Adolescent Practitioner Licence. The cost of this course includes one CPD course (worth up to £155) for your first year.
About this course
Learning will take place over four face-to-face days, three e-learning modules and four e-mentoring sessions. Upon Successful completion, you will gain your Thrive Adolescent Practitioner Licence.
Pre course Module- Introduction to Thrive, introductions through forum and
Day 1 E-Mentoring Session 1- Course Aims, Why Thrive, Connect, Use of the Arts
Practitioner (Adolescent) E Learning Module 1- Develop knowledge of
Theory, Thrive online, and practice
Day 2 E Mentoring Session 2- Review work, mentor action plans, reflect and deepen
Learning, Support with tasks
Practitioner (Adolescent) E Learning Module 2
Day 3 E Mentoring Session 3- maintain connection, mentor work completed.
Day 4 E Mentoring Session 4- Check all E learning tasks completed, mentor work,
Prepare for f2f days
Day 5 Face to Face Session 1
Day 6 Face to Face Session 2
Day 7 Face to Face Session 3
Day 8 Face to Face Session 4
Four face-to-face days led by your trainer comprising a range of experiential activities to extend and embed your learning and practise your relational skills.
Learn to work effectively with Adolescent young people as an every child approach, especially vulnerable young people with disruptive and troubling behaviour, to help build their resilience, enhance emotional wellbeing that underpins good mental health and thereby improve academic attainment.
About this course
Adolescence is a time of self-exploration, creative expression and transformation. Young people experience a burst in brain development, a changing body and challenging transitions as they progress on their journey to adulthood. This provides an amazing window of opportunity to help them become more emotionally resilient and open to learning.
Understanding how the teenage brain develops can help everyone – teachers, parents and carers, and young people themselves – cope better with the ups and downs of adolescence.
Informed by the latest advances in neuroscience, as well as attachment theory and child development, the Thrive Approach enables you to seize the opportunities of adolescence and create a safe and emotionally healthy environment for the young people in your setting.
This Thrive Licensed Practitioner Course, tailored for those working alongside adolescents, will equip you with the essential skills needed to support the social and emotional development of all young people; helping them to develop healthy stress regulation systems, strengthen their emotional resilience and ultimately protect them from potential mental health difficulties.
The course will show you how the brain and body change during adolescence and the impact this can have on their behaviour. Our experienced trainers will explore with you how to work alongside young people, how to scaffold their development and respond appropriately to their emotions, and importantly how you can reassure them that the changes they are going through are normal.
You will also explore how Thrive-Online, our profiling and action-planning tool, can be used to identify the social and emotional needs of the young people you work with. You will be shown how to identify the relevant strategies and action plans that will support their development.
“I have found that students have responded well to the Thrive activities. Also, staff deal with behaviour in a much calmer manner. We have had less outbursts of behaviour and when we do, students are able to calm themselves much sooner.”
This course is ideal for anyone working closely with adolescents in a teaching, health care or social care role. It is particularly beneficial to professionals with pastoral responsibilities, including safeguarding, special educational needs, SEMH education or a tutor role.
During the course you will learn about:
- the essential theory and neuroscience that underpins the Thrive Approach
- changes to the brain and body of an adolescent, and the impact on their wellbeing and behaviour
- developing your professional practice with a focus on self-awareness and your relational stance
- ways to teach young people about the changes happening during adolescence
- right-time and reparative support for adolescent social and emotional development
- how to use Thrive-Online to assess the social and emotional needs of students, in small groups and individually
- how to develop and implement action plans that support the needs of students who struggle to access learning, and how to review their progress
- common strategies for embedding Thrive in your setting and supporting your colleagues to work more effectively with young people
By the end of the course:
You will know how to be and what to do to support the young people you work with, and how to create the culture and environment for them to thrive. You will be equipped with the skills to help young people and your colleagues understand and respond appropriately to the adolescent changes they are experiencing. Using Thrive-Online you will be able to tailor this support and measure progress over time.