The Incredible Years School Age is a programme for parents with a child aged between 6 and 12 years and have concerns about their child’s behaviour.
Parents learn strategies for managing unwanted behaviours through group discussion, role play, homework and video clips. The programme aims to increase effective parenting strategies and ultimately to reduce antisocial or criminal behaviour.
The programme is also appropriate for children who have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), oppositional defiant disorder (ODD), conduct disorder (CD), or difficulties with peer relationships.
Train your staff/volunteers to deliver this programme
RBC are looking for voluntary sector partners who would like to be able to offer a NICE recommended programme of support for parents of children aged 6-12 which has proven positive outcomes on reducing child conduct problems, anti-social behaviour and enhancing school achievement.
To train as an accredited facilitator you may come from a range of professional backgrounds but should have some knowledge of child development and experience of working with parents.
Further information on the programme is available overleaf. Organisations are able to access this training free of charge where they are able to commit to delivery of the programme to families in Reading.
Delivered over 3 days, the course will introduce you to theories that underpin the incredible years programme and the delivery of the programme to parents.
Following the successful completion of the course you will be registered as a trained facilitator with The Incredible Years (Seattle)
How to Apply
Click here to complete the application form. You will need to have considered how your organisation will run the programme and who to train as facilitators.
For queries on running the programme please contact firstname.lastname@example.org