Our training for Thrive Licensed members includes continuing professional development (CPD) to deepen your practise and networking meetings. This includes live webinars for specific topics, opportunities to expand your knowledge for another development stage or to further develop your skills so you can share your knowledge and experience of the Thrive Approach with parents and carers or train others wishing to gain their Thrive Practitioner Licence.
An opportunity to network with other Thrive Licensed Practitioners, Course Leaders and Senior Leaders and share your Thrive journey.
Increase the impact of your Thrive work by gaining the knowledge and skills required to share the Thrive Approach with the parents and carers of the children and young people you are supporting.
A transformational course designed for Thrive Licensed Practitioners who would like to train others to become Thrive Licensed Practitioners.
Clinical psychologist and board member of the Dyadic Developmental Practice Institute, Kim Golding, will be exploring 'Practicing in the moment: Bringing PACE, regulation and behaviour support together in educational environments'.
Internationally renowned clinical and consulting paediatric psychologist, Dr Mona Delahook from America, will be 'Looking Beyond Behaviours to Support Children’s Social and Emotional Development'.
New for 2021, this 2-hour webinar covers the first five years of a child’s development, exploring how our brains learn through play, the relationships that a child has with the adults around them and how to optimise the experiences of babies and very young children.
Further supporting children with Individual action plans with right-time learning. A 2-hour webinar to deepen your skills as the Thrive Licensed Practitioner to advise colleagues in the classroom on optimal ways to support children with Thrive Action Plans.
Developing cognitive processing skills is vital in supporting a child to be able to think through different options leading to them choosing ways to behave. This 2-hour webinar will help you improve your understanding of how to lend your thinking brain and using Captain Thinking.
Shining the light is one of the most useful strategies we use to improve children’s behaviour – this webinar will help you to learn more about it and improve your understanding through watching film clips of Shining the Light in action.
With the new requirements around relationship education, this webinar looks at how to use the relate-rupture-repair cycle to support behaviour.
Exploring how to adapt your relationship to support children at Being, Doing and Thinking. In this 2-hour CPD webinar, you will learn how to adapt your relational stance to suit the needs of individual children in order to get the most out of Thrive activities.
Supporting children through bereavement and loss during and after the pandemic. This 2-hour webinar will help you prepare to support the children and young people that have suffered a loss during the pandemic.
Further explore the nuances of human interaction so you can develop your use of the Vital Relational Functions (VRFs) to strengthen your relationships.
Supporting children back into settings. This 2-hour webinar will look at the impact on children of shifting from a structure routine in settings to the social isolation of lockdown restrictions and back again, and the potential signs that show a child or young person is struggling.
Creating safety in relationships. This 2-hour webinar will help develop how you use the Relate-Rupture-Repair cycle to strengthen the connection with the children and young people you work with.
Increase the impact of Thrive across your setting by helping to strengthen the relationships between staff and the children and young people using some simple strategies.
Strong self-awareness and the capacity to stay calm, regulated and loving in the face of challenge are vital skills for being both an effective Thrive practitioner and a powerful leader and change-maker.
Adolescence is a transformative time in a young person’s development. Hear more about how our knowledge of neuroscience can help us to develop our relational skills to support adolescents.
A conversion course for childhood trained Thrive Licensed Practitioners now working with adolescents.