Introduction to Non-Violent Resistance

Date & Time:

Friday 8 November 2019 (09.30 - 16.30)

Venue:

Memorial Hospital Room 4, Memorial Hospital Shooters Hill Woolwich London

Detail:

Introduction to Non-Violent Resistance

This one day workshop will introduce the tools of the NVR (Non-Violent Resistance) Parenting Programme. NVR is an effective practice based evidence course that aims to help parents and carers manage older children and adolescents who are difficult to manage due to behaviour issues, defiance, conduct problems, child to parent violence, school refusal, ADHD, ASD or significant anxiety.

Using a mix of teaching, role play, video clips and discussion, we will introduce NVR tools including De-escalation, Parental Presence and a further range of NVR tools and techniques that support parents and carers to re-build the relationship with their child / young person.

Target Audience: Groups 3 - 6  Members of the workforce who work predominantly with children, young people and/or their parents/carers and who could potentially contribute to assessing, planning, intervening and reviewing the needs of a child and parenting capacity where there are safeguarding concerns. Operational managers at all levels.

Aims & Objectives: By the end of this one day course participants will have:

  • A basic understanding of NVR theory and practice
  • The ability to use NVR ideas with their clients
  • Access to a termly NVR case discussion group

Places Available:

8

Booking:

Please Login or Register to book

Further Information:

Enquiries:

safeguardingtraining@royalgreenwich.gov.uk

Trainer:

Pete Brown & Susan Munro

Venue Details:

Memorial Hospital Room 4, Memorial Hospital Shooters Hill Woolwich London

(020 8836 8508)

Memorial Hospital

 

Buses:

89    From Lewisham / Slade Green

244  From Queen Elizabeth Hospital / Abbey Wood

486  From North Greenwich / Bexleyheath

 Road:

There is limited parking on-site. Upon entering the site drive towards main building following the road past main entrance. Carry on straight ahead to give way sign. There is a car park across the small road. There is also street parking off site.