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Training

Adoption UK's Training aims to help both parents and professionals who support adopted children (and those in other forms of permanence) with the issues faced by children who have had a difficult start in life and may be experiencing the effects of developmental trauma.

In England we enable parents to access training in their local area by providing information on the Adoption Support Fund. Some parents also encourage their child’s school to have training via the Pupil Premium.

Take a look at what Adoption UK Training can do for you by clicking on the relevant button below.

                                   Parents                            

 Professionals                                   Schools

 

In Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales, different routes to accessing training apply. Please contact the relevant office for further details here or contact the central Training Team

Adoption UK 2016 Annual Conference.

Our Annual Conference returns to Birmingham on November 19th. This year's event will focus on supporting the emotional development and wellbeing of adopted children and is entitled, ‘From Surviving to Thriving’.

We welcome back Dr Margot Sunderland, author and director of education and training at the Centre for Child Mental Health in London. Author and adoptive parent Sally Donovan will also be speaking as will Professor Jonathan Green, Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the University of Manchester.

Early Bird ticket price now extended until 31 August - BOOK NOW!

More information and to book your place click on the link below.