Postnatal Plus group Train the Trainer

This 1 day training is to train delegates so that they can train facilitators of the Postnatal Plus Parenting group. However, you can also attend the Parenting Train the Trainer, which will equip you to train facilitators to run the Postnatal Plus group. Just make sure you have the right Trainer’s Manual.

Delegates must have previously attended: 2 Day Foundation training AND Parenting Group Facilitators’ training AND have facilitated at least one Solihull Approach parenting group.
This training day is for practitioners who wish to cascade, as part of their work, the Postnatal Plus Parenting Group Facilitators’ training to other local practitioners – so that those practitioners can facilitate the 8-week Postnatal Plus parenting group ‘Understanding your baby’.

The training will include a Trainers’ Manual (£128) to support delivery of the cascade training. The Trainers’ Manual includes information about delivering each session and practical guidance for trainers, as well as handouts, etc.

When delivering training the trainers are responsible for:

Type of training:

train the trainer course

Typical length:

1 day

Aim of training:

To train cascade trainers in order to create a critical mass of practitioners who are trained as facilitators of the Solihull Approach Postnatal Parenting Group.

Example content:

Applying the Solihull Approach model to the process of running a training, introduction to the Manual, becoming familiar with the activities.

Prices:

£2415 for a group of 12 or £226 for 1 person attending training in Solihull. This includes the price of the Trainer's Manual per person. It does not include the price of Resource Packs. This does not include trainers' travel costs or accomodation. We try to use trainers near to you to keep costs to a minimum.

Pre-training knowledge:

Completed Solihull Approach 2 Day Foundation Training AND a Parenting Facilitators Training (Antenatal, Postnatal or Parenting) AND have run a Solihull Approach group for parents.

For:

Practitioners who want to train others to run the Postnatal Group

Maximum number of people:

12