Training

'Ar scáth a chéile a mhaireann na daoine'.

'People live in each other's protection'.

'Ludzie zyja nawzajem we wlasnym cieniu'.

'La gente vive a la sombra de otra gente'.

 

The financial climate has created difficulties for everyone. New challenges are emerging for families that can sometimes be overwhelming; causing stress, conflict, separations, mental health difficulties, and substance misuse. Professional responses to these challenges need to be innovative, applicable, and based on theoretical principals and good practice. We believe that, now more than ever, professional education and training; and continuing professional development, in essential.

 

However, we also recognise that professionals are not immune to the pressures of the current financial situation. That is why we are excited to offer a new way of delivering our training. We have joined with our sister company 'Child Protection Services Ireland' to offer elearning courses. These courses can be completed in your own time, at your own pace. They are more comprehensive and interactive, ensuring that you receive an in-depth understanding of the subject. They are also assessed, which provides you with the challenge of fully engaging with the topic.

 

 

We also offer day training and will be advertising these courses throughout the year. We are also happy to discuss with agencies their specific training requirements. For all training enquires send us an email info@cwcs.ie or through out contacts page.

 

Expressions of interest are welcome for our upcoming day training events.

SubjectDescription
Child Protection Course This course offers an introduction to child protection in Ireland, and is suitable for anyone working with children or with a professional interest in the subject. It looks at the legal requirements and national guidelines, expected of individuals in response to child protection issues.
Addressing sexually harmful behaviour.This course is designed to assist the participant in understanding what constitutes sexually harmful behaviour in young people, and how to address such behaviour.
Fostering preparation course This course offers the participant an insight into fostering in Ireland. It helps the participant to understand the intricacies of being a Foster Parent.
Palliative care for families This course offers insight into palliative care and the pressures that the experience can place on a family. The course also examines bereavement issues for children