Webinars on Using Tech During COVID-19

Webinars on Using Tech During

COVID-19

You’ll find four webinars on this page, covering the use of technology to support parents and using technology to deliver training to practitioners.

Running live virtual Solihull Approach groups (∼44 minutes)

Many of you are shifting your offer to parents from face to face groups to live virtual groups. We have created a How to Guide, along with a live webinar that included practical and creative ideas to support parents and facilitators in running groups via a digital platform. You can access the webinar below if you missed it.

Feedback indicates there are many similarities to running the parenting groups as live virtual groups rather than face to face, in using the Manual and running the activities. There are also differences! It is not a presentation by Powerpoint or similar. The key is to use the Facilitators’ Manual and run the activities. If you want to, you can replicate using a flipchart by using the Whiteboard function in Zoom or your digital platform. If you would like to divide parents into small groups, you can use the Breakout room function in Zoom.

If you live in an area with a Multi User Licence to use our online courses across the population or are prepared to provide the online courses for parents, it is possible to run a live group using the online course as a structure. Sounds confusing? Watch the next webinar by Karen Jackson in Hull.

Using online courses to run a live virtual group (∼11 minutes)

Are you thinking about how to run live virtual groups for parents? Karen Jackson, an Early Help Parenting Coordinator from Hull, describes their experience of blending the use of the online course with a live group format.

Guidance for professionals supporting families using Solihull Approach online courses (∼49 minutes)

Are you trying to support parents online? Dr Clea Thompson, a Principal Clinical Child Psychologist, and Lillian Rose, a Clinical Associate Psychologist from NHS Fife, present a free webinar sharing their experience of supporting families using the Solihull Approach Understanding your child, Understanding your baby and Understanding your teenager’s brain online courses. It includes feedback from parents and practitioners.

Delivering Solihull Approach training via Zoom (∼44 minutes)

Are you thinking of using Zoom to cascade Solihull Approach training to your colleagues? We have run several training now via Zoom and gathered together the trainers’ experiences and the tweaks to the running order and activities.

This is a free webinar by Mary Rheeston, Solihull Approach Manager and a health visitor.

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