Introductory training for those interested in using the Thrive Approach as a right-time approach to wellbeing for all children.
This course will provide you with a good understanding of how Thrive works as a whole-school approach to support the optimal social and emotional development of all children. In addition, the course will demonstrate how to use Thrive-Online, our profiling, measuring and monitoring tool, for group screening and action-planning, and explore some of the strategies and activities that can be used for right-time support with children in group settings.
To be recognised as a Thrive Emotional Health Practitioner status, you will need to be an authorised user of Thrive-Online, a profiling, measuring and monitoring tool, through a whole-setting subscription.
Building Emotional Health in Childhood is ideal for any practitioner working alongside primary school aged children (4 to 11 year olds) – teachers, teaching assistants, support staff and meal-time assistants – looking to introduce the Thrive Approach as a whole-school wellbeing programme for right-time social and emotional development.
Please note prices are for courses starting on or after 1 September 2021.
The training will cover:
The course is delivered as four 3-hour live webinars:
By the end of this course you will be equipped with the skills, knowledge and understanding needed to take a practical approach to embedding Thrive in your classroom to support the wellbeing of all children. You will be able to use the Thrive Approach as a daily resource to support age-appropriate social and emotional development for every child to improve their learning outcomes.
If you would like to further develop your understanding with a more reparative focus, you may be interested in the Thrive Licensed Practitioner training.
All Thrive training is now delivered by our experienced Thrive trainers using a mix of live webinars, e-learning sessions and e-mentoring. On the Thrive training pages you can find dates for courses running throughout the year. We also have a team of regional Relationship Managers who are happy to help – meet the regional team here.
To become a Thrive Licensed Practitioner you will need to be working with children on a regular basis and be able to carry out Thrive-Online assessments to pass the course. We recommend volunteering at a school if this is not possible in your current role.
To talk through our training courses and to discuss funding options, contact our Relationship Development team on 01392 797555 or firstname.lastname@example.org