New route to Thrive Childhood Licensed Practitioner status

Thrive are offering a new, lower priced version of the Thrive Childhood Licensed Practitioner course which includes a first CPD and the benefit of fewer days away from the school setting.


We are delighted to announce that we are now offering a new version of the Thrive Childhood Licensed Practitioner® course that comes at a lower price, with fewer days away from your setting and includes your first continuing professional development (CPD) course.

This is as a direct result of feedback from our members. The new format of the course combines six face-to-face training days with three e-learning days over approximately one term (14 weeks) and supported by two e-mentoring sessions. In addition to the lower price of £1,394 (excl. VAT), the advantages of the new blended learning course are:

  • Fewer face-to-face days resulting in less time away from your pupils, plus lower cost, travel and subsistence costs
  • Additional support from the trainers with the e-mentoring sessions
  • Faster route to achieving your full Licensed Practitioner® status
  • Earlier impact from embedding the Thrive Approach® in your setting
  • The price includes your first CPD course.

The course will introduce you to the Thrive Approach, showing you how to be and what to do in response to children’s varying, and often complex, social and emotional needs. You will learn how Thrive-Online, our mapping, measuring and monitoring tool, can be used to profile whole classes and individual children, and how to identify strategies and activities that will support healthy emotional and social development. You will also be presented with a raft of practical activities that will help you develop a relational stance and children that are ready to learn.

“Thrive is the whole package – a great online framework to work from, backed up scientifically and developmentally. Simple, straightforward, easy to adopt yet highly effective.” – Delegate feedback.

The training is ideal for anybody who comes into regular contact with children at primary school age (4 to 11-year olds). If you are passionate about developing supportive and positive relations, enabling improved wellbeing and achievement, you are perfectly placed to implement the Thrive Approach in your setting.

For more information, please call our Relationship Development team (01392 797 555) or click here.