Tweddle Child and Family Health Service provide innovative training programs delivered by qualified educators with extensive knowledge and experience. Tweddle clinicians specialise in professional development around infant mental health, childhood trauma, attachment, early parenting support and family partnership education.

Tweddle can tailor Professional Development packages for staff. These training packages can be held at Tweddle in Footscray or at a location that’s convenient to you. Tweddle also provides parenting workshops in the community, either on a once off basis or as a series of workshops. Contact Tweddle on (03) 9689 1577 or professionaldevelopment@tweddle.org.au for more information.

Tweddle is currently delivering the following courses and workshops

 

Keys To Caregiving

Keys to Caregiving is a video based learning program from NCAST University of Washington. The program builds competence and confidence in practitioners and parents in the care of infants, increases knowledge of infants’ abilities and identifies strengths and challenges in parents’/caregivers abilities.

In this interactive training program, participants will be observing short films of infants and their caregivers followed by workshop activities discussing how this knowledge can be practically applied to working with parents. All participants will be provided with a Keys to Caregiving Study Guide (included as part of program costs).

This day is facilitated by Beverley Allen using DVDs, research based information and handouts from NCAST. Beverley has a background in Maternal & Child Health Nursing, Midwifery and Family Therapy and is a qualified educator with extensive knowledge working with families and their children 0-18 years.

  • Contact us for our next Keys To Caregiving dates
Please forward enquiries to professionaldevelopment@tweddle.org.au

For more information on Tweddle Professional Development please call Tweddle on (03) 9689 1577.

Tweddle Parenting workshops and professional development

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