Youth Services & innovative training for practitioners working with young people

Training

We can offer a wide variety of in-depth training courses, ideally suited for those working within children’s or adults services. All of our courses are available nationwide and will be led by expert tutors, with a range of flexible teaching styles.

We continuously work hard to ensure our courses are at the highest possible standard and as CPD members, we recognise the importance of having our training courses certified by the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Certification Service. We are delighted to announce that several of our courses have now been accredited.

Specialist topics of our CPD accredited courses include:

Basic Child Protection
Advanced Child Protection
Achieving Best Evidence (ABE)
Form F Assessment training

With further courses in the process of being certified, Sanctuary Training is proud to offer a varied range of quality training courses that delegates can have confidence in.

Specific details relating to our most popular courses can be found on this page.

Training to support practitioners who are working with families in different contexts. Please click on the courses below for more information.


 

  • Working with Families
  • Working with Teenage Parents

Training to enhance your team’s effectiveness and support individual team members. These can be delivered in-house and tailored to your specific needs and requirements. Please click on the links below for course details.


 

  • Action Learning Set facilitation
  • Grammar and Punctuation for Practitioners (under development)
  • Non-managerial supervision (one to one)
  • Public Speaking and Presentation Skills
  • Solution Focused Supervision for Teams (please contact us)

Training to ensure your staff and clients are safe and well looked after. Please click on the links below for more details.


 

  • De-escalation and the handling of potentially or actually violent incidents
  • Emergency First Aid in the Workplace HSE Level 2 (appointed persons)
  • Principles of Risk Assessment – CIEH Level 2 Award
  • Food Safety

We have a wide range of courses to choose from. These can be taken as a scheduled ‘open’ course (click here for a current schedule) or can be be delivered ‘in-house’.

If you do not see what you require, please contact us as we can often help. Click on each course to download full details.

A Solution Focused Approach to Working with ‘Troubled’ Families

Advising Young People on their Rights

Brief Solution Focused Approaches in Working with Young People

Building Effective Evaluation and Planning

Certificate in Working with Young People with Disabilities (SEN/LDD)

CIEH Level 2 Award in Fire Safety PrinciplesDe-escalation and the handling of potentially or actually violent incidents

Developing Work with Boys & Young Men from Ethnic Minorities

Developing Work with Girls and Young Women

Emergency First Aid in the Workplace HSE Level 2 (appointed persons)

Facilitating Group Work with Young People

First Aid at Work – Health & Safety Executive First-aider Award

Food SafetyGrammar and Punctuation for Practitioners (under development)

Health & Safety in the Workplace: CIEH Level 2 Award

Innovative Team Building Workshop Using Carnival Drumming

Introduction to Managing Volunteers

Introduction to Safeguarding and Child Protection

Non-managerial supervision (one to one)

Practical Skills Supporting & Supervising Volunteers

Principles of Risk Assessment – CIEH Level 2 Award

Professional Boundaries for Frontline Staff

Public Speaking and Presentation Skills

Solution Focused Supervision for Teams (please contact us)

Stress & Time management – Building effectiveness and resilience in times of change and challenge

Understanding How Young People Learn

Using Creative Assessment Tools for Practitioners

Using Creative Methods in Group Work

Welfare Benefits for Young People

Working Across Culture

Working Effectively with Young Learners

Working with disabled clients: an introduction to good practice for Administration, Reception, Caretaking and cleaning staff

Working with disabled young people to encourage and enable full participation

Working with Families

Working with gang-associated young women & girls

Working with Teenage Parents

Working with Young People in Gangs: Culture, Communities and Preventative Strategies

Young People and the Police

Young People, Mental Health, Referrals & Coping Strategies