Relate Birmingham’s Education and Training programmes are available to the general public, voluntary, private, statutory organisations, prisons, hospitals, schools and children’s centres. Courses can be ‘tailor-made’ for organisations or arranged from our portfolio of accredited courses.
We can offer tailored training courses to suit your specific needs – all our courses are delivered at a pace to suit organisational or individual requirements and can take into account your workplace’s practices and policies. If you don’t see what you require from the list below – just call 0121 643 1638 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
COURSES FOR INDIVIDUALS – Family/Parenting development click here for our latest course dates.
From Partners to Parents – Preparing new parents to consider the practical and emotional impacts of having children
Riding the Storm –Living successfully with teenagers (and taking care of ourselves)
Parents Apart – Helping divorcing parents manage the practical and emotional aspects of being co-parents living separately
Taking Charge of Your Life – A workshop to help build confidence and assertiveness, combat stress and deal with conflict
Moving Forward – To assist with coming to terms with the break-up of a relationship and to rebuild your life
COURSES FOR PROFESSIONALS – Skills & expertise development courses click here for our latest course dates.
Building resilience in children & young people – To increase participants understanding of the concepts of resilience, self – efficacy and confidence in children and young people
Telephone Counselling Skills – To prepare practitioners to deliver therapeutic services over the telephone
Counselling skills for non-counsellors – A course to enable individuals to learn basic but essential skills for listening, includes theory and practice
Working with emotional clients – To equip new front line staff with skills to deal with highly charged people and situations
Supporting separating families – To assist professionals support parents to minimise the effects of divorce on their children
Communication skills within the team – To equip delegates with skills to connect better with colleagues
Professional resilience when working with challenging service Users – To understand the importance of and explore strategies for taking care of own wellbeing
Working with young people Who self-harm – To gain understanding about the self-harm and how to approach the problem with clients
The risk of suicide – For practitioners wanting to know more about how to deal with suicidal clients
Understanding relationships using TA – How TA theory informs understanding of our roles and interactions with others
Hearing disclosures of historic sexual abuse – Skills to recognise and hear a disclosure of sexual abuse from an adult and support/refer appropriately
Making the most of supervision – To inform practitioners how to prepare for supervision in support of ethical and effective practice