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Five to Thrive: Attachment, Trauma and Resilience Training

In Wiltshire we are promoting a flexible, attachment-based approach to positive parenting called “Five to Thrive” that focuses on a set of five key principles – talk, play, relax, cuddle and respond. The principles are easy to convey and ensure a consistent multi-agency approach which we know families appreciate.

The FTT:ATR training programme will be continuing this autumn. This training aims to upskill staff working in schools and school-based services across Wiltshire to support secure attachment, promote self-regulation and resilience and to develop a trauma informed practice. Training sessions are via a virtual platform and will be interactive.

Register via this link or via Right Choice where more information is available.  Ideally spaces limited to 1 per school.

Contact: PHAdmin@wiltshire.gov.uk if you have any questions about the training.

This training aims to upskill staff working in schools and school based services across Wiltshire to support secure attachment, promote self-regulation and resilience and to develop a trauma informed practice. The course will develop knowledge, skills and confidence around trauma informed practice based on the most up-to-date evidence base. 

Registering on this training to become a Five-to-Thrive Champion has the following commitment:

  • Attend 1.5 days of training (1 full day plus ½ day consolidation)
  • Need to complete 10 hrs E-learning to support the training
  • To be active members of a local champions network
  • To share and advocate the FTT:ATR approach within their teams

Please ensure your manager is able to support you with this commitment.  Further dates available in 2020 – see flyer opposite for details.

A flyer with more information about forthcoming training can be found below