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Trauma informed approaches to public services

Trauma is a global public health crisis according to the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention and is a concern for everyone.

Being a Trauma Informed requires an understanding that different life experiences shape the options available to us and our way of being and can use this understanding to influence our interactions and decisions in work and daily life.

We have created a suite of training packages to support Public Services in embedding TIP (Trauma Informed Practice).

These training packages are available to all Merseyside public services and are FREE. Courses are in high demand and it is therefore imperative that once booked, all delegates ensure their attendance. Should you be unable to attend, please provide sufficient notice to allow for those on the waiting list to attend in your place.

The training is 4 sessions long and on consecutive weeks.

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Over four sessions, our Trauma Informed Awareness training is designed to support understanding of the Neuroscience as to how individuals learn and develop, empowering staff to meet the needs of our communities.

Details of the four sessions of trauma informed training
The six principles of trauma informed practice

Find out more about the six principles at the core of our Trauma Informed Training

Trauma Informed Practice

Partner toolkit

Our Trauma Informed Training is available for free to all public sector and third sector professionals, particularly those who work to safeguard and support vulnerable adults and young people.

Help us to promote this training package within your organisation using our partner toolkit.

This toolkit includes a template for an intranet page or internal newsletter, an explainer video, images and static graphics.

To download this toolkit, please click on the link below and press ‘save as’:

Trauma Informed Training Partner Toolkit