Welcome to Fegans Training. Our informative and affordable training benefits a range of professionals that support families and young children, including counsellors, teachers, social workers, refuge works, foster and adoption parents, and family support workers. Occasionally, specific topics or approaches may mean that the training is suitable for delegates working within a therapeutic environment.
Our ‘Working with Children’ course welcomes counsellors who have trained in different modalities and will encourage participants to share their own experience and theoretical bias, methodologies and insights. The content tends towards integrative,person-centred and psychodynamic principles; however there is no expectation of prior knowledge or understanding of any one of these modalities.
To find out more about Fegans’ ‘Working with Children‘ training course please contact email@example.com
Up and coming courses
Jonathan Hartley: Supporting young people facing bereavement and loss
Friday 11th May 2018, 9.30am-4.30pm
This interactive session will consider what the significant losses are for children and young people, including bereavement, separation and divorce; explore how children and young people respond to these significant losses, and what grief can look like in young people; outline frameworks and models for understanding how children and young people’s development stage affects their view of, and reaction to, loss, and introduce a range of practical strategies and resources to support children and young people, their families, schools and related professionals dealing with loss.
REF code: JHM18
Chris Brown: Working with diversity
Friday 22nd June, 9.30am-4.30pm
This workshop will take you from ‘talking the talk of equality’ to ‘walking the walk of equality’. Sometimes this intrapersonal and interpersonal work can painful. Chris facilitates a respectful learning environment in which counsellors can be open to exploring honest trans-diversity, transcultural and trans-racial communication. Such an environment acknowledges the differences and similarities between people and provides the equality of opportunity to own, explore and then potentially minimise the impact the roles of ‘oppressed’ and ‘oppressor’ society has imposed upon us as groups and individuals; that we may better understand ourselves and our clients. This training day will benefit a variety of therapeutic and interpersonal disciplines.
REF code: CBJ18
Cost: Early bird £75 (£85 after 6th April)
Esther Green: Prevent – Safeguarding
Friday 13th July, 9.30am-4.30pm
- Recognise how their own personal knowledge and feelings may affect their approach to child abuse;
Meet their own, and their agencies legal responsibilities for safeguarding children;
Describe the four types of abuse, recognise the signs, symptoms and indicators of abuse and neglect;
Respond effectively when children want to disclose;
Record and refer child protection concerns.
REF code: SGD17
Cost: Early bird £75 (£85 after 7th November)
An excellent mix of theory, practice, interaction, and
real life examples which has led to me feeling well equipped to launch out and work in a child-led way.
Also excellent and very detailed notes were provided.
After four training days with Fegans, I feel like I
really know what I’m getting. They were really good days,
with very strong teaching. Thank you.
The combination of theory and opportunity to experience role play and practice for me was very helpful.
Open discussion within the group and time to process was also really helpful. There was plenty of time and
it was not rushed.