Online Learning

Duration: Approximately 50 minutes.

 

Cost: Free. This course has been funded by the Home Office Early Intervention Fund.

 

Who is this course for?

Practitioners, professionals and volunteers who work with children, young people and their families.

 

How do I access the course?

You can access the course by clicking the link on the right hand side. You can use the course on a PC, or mobile device.

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Will I get a certificate?

Yes, you can download your certificate if you answer 90% of the 'Knowledge Check' questions correctly.

What does the online learning cover?

What does the course cover?

1

An Introduction to ACEs

By the end of this section you will be able to identify adverse experiences that can impact on a child's development and their response to stress.

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An Introduction to ACEs

By the end of this section you will be able to identify adverse experiences that can impact on a child's development and their response to stress.

1

An Introduction to ACEs

By the end of this section you will be able to identify adverse experiences that can impact on a child's development and their response to stress.

1

An Introduction to ACEs

By the end of this section you will be able to identify adverse experiences that can impact on a child's development and their response to stress.

1

An Introduction to ACEs

By the end of this section you will be able to identify adverse experiences that can impact on a child's development and their response to stress.

1

An Introduction to ACEs

By the end of this section you will be able to identify adverse experiences that can impact on a child's development and their response to stress.

2

Brain Development in the Early Years

By the end of this section you will understand the importance of healthy brain development in a child’s early years and the impacts of toxic stress.

3

The Impact of Childhood Adversity

By the end of this section you will understand that experiencing adversity in childhood can have a significant impact over a person’s life course resulting in ill health, poor wellbeing and in some cases premature death.

4

Social, Health and Community Impacts of ACEs Early Trauma

By the end of this section you will be able to identify a range of social and community impacts resulting from ACEs.

5

Protective Factors

By the end of this section you will be able to give key examples of ‘Protective Factors’ that can help prevent ACEs and different strategies that can help build resilience.

6

Looking at ACEs Through a Trauma Informed Lens

By the end of this section you will understand what it means to look at adverse childhood experiences through a ‘trauma informed lens’.

7

Building Resilience

By the end of this section you will understand how building resilience can help mitigate the impact of ACEs.

This online training has been made possible by the following organsiations:

This resource has been commissioned by the Office for the Police and Crime Commissioner West Midlands

and is funded through the Home Office Early Intervention Youth Fund.