Our practical and interactive, high-quality training is designed to equip you with the skills, knowledge and confidence to work effectively in groups with parents.
In response to COVID-19, while our face-to-face facilitator training is unavailable, Care for the Family has developed a new online facilitator training. The training is a combination of online individual learning, as well as live group sessions with the trainers.
To run our core range of parenting courses you will need to gain a core Facilitator Licence by first completing the online individual learning, and then attending three days of live online training with our trainers. The training will be split into two parts. In order to attend the live sessions, you will first need to have completed the online individual learning.
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In addition to our core courses we also have a specialist course, Children with Special Needs, which contains additional sessions on both ASD and ADHD. To run this specialist parenting course you will need to gain a core facilitator licence as detailed above and following this, attend an additional familiarisation day. Find out more information here.
If you have completed appropriate prior training with a recognised provider, and have facilitated courses, it may not be necessary for you to attend both parts of our training events to receive a licence to facilitate our core Time Out for Parents courses. Your training would have to be at a minimum of Level 3 and cover the essential topics in this course. Find out more about Approved Prior Learning.