Training Trafford provides an overview of the training available from a number of partners from across Trafford. The training courses and workshops are designed to meet the needs of Trafford’s Voluntary, Community and not-for profit sector whether your organisation is big or small.
The range of courses listed are designed to help you develop whether you are starting up a new group or an established social enterprise wanting to grow to the next level.
If you have any requests or specific training needs, please let us know as we are keen to develop and ensure training programmes are responsive to local needs identified.
Training Trafford courses are delivered by a number of partners depending on the type of support and specialism of the organisation. In order to register your interest in a course please contact the organisation directly or contact a member of the Thrive Trafford team on
0330 123 9766 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Your enquiry will then be passed to the organisation delivering the course who will contact you with further details on how to book a place.
Trafford Safeguarding Board - Children and Adult Safeguarding Training Courses
The Trafford Safeguarding Children & Adults Board is committed to promoting the training and development of staff who are working with children, adults and vulnerable families. The Trafford Safeguarding Children & Adults Board supports the view that a combination of single and multi-agency training underpins best practice in early support and safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults that this can help achieve better outcomes for vulnerable families. The programme below is open to all organisations working in Trafford including VCSE organisations.
Identifying your training needs.
Individual professionals should identify their training needs and which courses are appropriate to them with their manager, based on their job roles and contact with children, young people and adults. Each level of training gives an indication of their target audiences. Training is also only effective if it impacts on people’s practice – so we ask all participants and their managers on TSCB multi agency courses to take responsibility for ensuring that they reflect on the learning from courses and implement any changes in their practice.
Although we have highlighted some courses as Child or Adult focused we do encourage a whole family approach.
- 24.01.19, 09:30 – 12:00, Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking (20 max), TTH
- 28.01.19, 09:30 – 12:30, Drug & Alcohol Awareness (20 max),TTH
- 05.02.19, 09:30 – 16:30, Domestic Abuse (20 max), TTH
- 11.02.19, 09:30- 12:30, Understanding the Neglect of the Children (20 max), TTH
- 14.02.19, 12:00 – 13:00, Female Genital Mutilation (25 max), TTH
- 07.03.19, 09:30 – 12:30, Drug & Alcohol Awareness (25 max), TTH
- 07.03.19, 12:00 – 13:00, Female Genital Mutilation (25 max), TTH
- 13.03.19, 09:30 – 12:30, Safeguarding Children Basic Awareness (20 max), TTH
- 13.03.19, 13:30 – 16:30, Safeguarding Adults Basic Awareness (20 max), TTH
- 15.03.19, 09:30 – 12:00, Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking (25 max), TTH
- 19.03.19, 09:30 – 16:30, Voice of the Child (25 max), TTH
- 21.03.19, 09:30 – 12:30, Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) in Education (20 max), TTH
- 27.03.19, 09:30 – 16:30, Child Sexual Exploitation and Child Criminal Exploitation, TTH
- 28.03.19, 09:30 – 12:30, Safeguarding Children using Early Help (25 max), Stretford Fire Station
For more information about these training courses coming up and to book on a course please visit http://www.tscb.co.uk/professionals/training-and-development-for-professionals.aspx.
Train Trafford and Trafford Services for Education - Free Workshops and Training Courses
Trafford Council have launched Train Trafford which lists courses available at Trafford Council throughout the year – courses include Adult Safeguarding Awareness, Challenging Behaviour and Learning Disabilities and many more, for more information and to sign up visit – http://traintrafford.co.uk/Training
Trafford Council has also launched Trafford Services for Education, which lists course available for those working with Early Years, and other educational settings – courses include GDPR Training for Childminders, Introduction to Autism Spectrum Condition and Social Communication, Level 1 Safeguarding Introduction (Early Years and Childcare Training), Paediatric First Aid Training, and many more, for more information and to sign up visit – http://www.traffordeducation.co.uk/Training
Trafford College - Learning in your Community
The Trafford College Community Learning team strive to provide quality learning experiences throughout the Trafford borough and in a variety of community-based venues in the heart of your local communities.
If you are a community venue and you are looking for an education partner who will be able to deliver a range of courses to regular visitors or perhaps a discrete group, why not give us a call and see how we might be able to help your organisation? You can reach the community team on 0161 886 7472
Trafford College run several different Community Courses across different community venues in Trafford – to view the latest courses please – Click Here
The Counselling and Family Centre
We are The Counselling & Family Centre, a local charity that has been at the heart of the community for over 40 years.
We pride ourselves of being by your side For Whatever Life Throws at You. From the age of 5 up through the teens and into adulthood and on through maturity we will be there for you whatever the problem.
Our main centre is based on Mayors Road in Altrincham, but we also offer appointments at the Broomwood Community Centre, Timperley, the Old Trafford Well-Being Centre in Stretford, and at the Kath Locke Centre in Manchester.
Through Home-Start Trafford and Salford, Trafford Domestic Abuse Service and the Probation office we offer appointments to their service users at locations across Trafford, Salford and Manchester and in people’s homes.
Courses available include:
– Working with Trauma and PTSD
– Working with Diverse Sexualities
– Working with Addiction
– Co-dependency within the Addicted Family System
– Working with Addictive Processes
– Get that Job!
– Working with Families
– Building Self-Esteem and Confidence
– Working with Blended Families
– Working Creatively with Families
– Calm-Us Course
– Introduction to Counselling Skills
– Attachment Builds Connection
– Working with Conflict in Families
– Understanding Self-Harm
If you are interested in booking a place on one of the courses please contact: Kate Baldwin, Co-ordinator on:
Tel: 0161 941 7754
or book directly on their online course website on: www.thecfc.org.uk/shop
Trafford Carers Centre - Carer Awareness Training
Training for professionals
Training courses are offered to professional bodies with sessions designed to enable you to better identify and support carers by:
Helping you to understand the caring role and the impact it has.
Discussing carer’s rights and the legislative response to carers.
Identifying poor practice and developing examples of good practice.
Producing an action plan to deliver targeted support in your professional environment.
The courses are suitable to anyone who may be working with ill, older or disabled people in a community, health or social care setting and engage with family, friends or neighbour that may be providing unpaid care.
The course is also suitable to businesses, organisations and schools to help identify carers in your professional environment.
Training for Carers
moving and assisting
painting and flower arranging
health awareness, either one-to-one or in group session
Courses are designed to provide carers with skills to help them in their caring role or simply as a means to learn something new.
Ad hoc courses also run throughout the year dependent on demand. The types of courses available cover:
If there is something else you think would benefit a carer in learning which we don’t currently offer, where possible, we will try and provide it.
For details of courses currently available check the latest Newsletter or contact the team by calling our helpline on 0161 848 2400 or by emailing email@example.com
Click Here for more information
Deaf Fellowship - Deaf Awareness Training
DEAF work with various private and public sector organisations to provide Deaf Awareness Training to assist people in their understanding and to enable them to communicate with deaf and Hard of hearing people in the community.
At the end of the sessions, you will be able to:
Understand basic deaf awareness
Learn how to recognise deafness
Understand Words/terms accepted and not accepted in deaf culture
How to communicate when meeting a deaf person
Get a deaf person’s attention
Basic signs/ BSL alphabet
We offer full and half day packages that are competitively priced and can be tailored to your needs. Our training can be delivered to small or large groups, at a venue and time convenient for you.
There are a number of training options available to find out more please use the “Contact” for or email DEAF at: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information visit – http://www.deaf-fellowship.com/
Just Psychology - Training
Our training aims to help those in different sectors to develop their awareness, knowledge, skills and confidence in working with children and families from Black and minority ethnic communities, and to innovate and share knowledge and expertise.
We are always happy to discuss and develop ideas for bespoke training in line with an organisation’s requirements.
We are able to deliver training on a range of topics such as:
ethnicity and normal adolescent development;
child rearing and parenting practices across cultures;
attachment across cultures;
racial and ethnic identity;
perceptions of disability across cultures;
the impact of migration on families;
psychometric assessment across cultures; and
facilitating engagement with local Black and minority ethnic communities
For more information and to contact the organisation please visit – http://www.justpsychology.co.uk/training
Sale Moor Community Partnership - Community Courses and Activities in Sale Moor
The Sale Moor Community Partnership and the Sale Moor Community Learning Centre is open daily from 9.30am-2.45pm for one-stop support and drop ins to use the learning centre when not in use.
Please Click Here to view the current timetable for clubs, surgeries and activities.
St Johns Centre - Community Courses in Old Trafford
During the day the Centre offers a wide variety of courses and activities that help people build their skills and confidence, engage more fully in their community, and increase their chances of paid work. Courses generally run for one term, three times a year, but we also run shorter courses. The centre works in partnership with Trafford College Community Learning, the Workers’ Educational Association, Talk English, and independent tutors and trainers.
Most courses started in mid-September and January. There are still places available on many of these courses – please contact the centre for more information.
St Johns Centre run several different Community Courses and activities – to view the latest courses and activities visit – https://www.stjohnscentre.org/this-month-at-st-johns/
Business Growth Hub - Free Workshops and Training Courses
The Business Growth Hub is a community of specialists with a passion to help businesses including those working in the Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise sector across Greater Manchester to realise their ambitions.
We support businesses at all stages of their growth journey with our broad range of services. We offer expert one-to-one and peer-to-peer business support, events, specialist programmes, and much more.
- Tenders – Bidding to Win – 29th January 2019
- GDPR Commercial Law Workshop – 5th February 2019
- Key Elements of Financial Management – 13th February 2019
- Start Smart Workshop – 18th February 2019
- Market Research – When to use it, why you might not need it, how to avoid paying for it and what to do instead! – 19th February 2019
- Marketing and Promotion for Your Business – 26th February 2019
- Powerful Pitches – 5th March 2019
- Social Media – You’ve got a Social Media Account, What Next…?
For more information about these workshops and training courses coming up please Click Here.
The Foundation for Social Improvement (FSI) - Training in Manchester for Small Charities
Training in Manchester: Wednesday 27th February 2019
Our Manchester event will offer 80 delegate training places so that all small charities, wherever they are, can access the skills they need to become self-sustaining. This training day is part of the Small Local Charities and Community Groups Training Programme.
Training sessions cover a wide range of fundraising techniques and back office skills delivered by experienced and knowledgeable trainers.
Venue: Methodist Central Buildings, Oldham Street, Manchester, M1 1JQ
Time: 9.45am – 4.30pm (registration from 9.15am)
- Charity Leaders: Fundraising (AM Half Day)
- Charity Leaders: Risk Management (PM Half Day)
- Demonstrating Your Impact (Full Day)
- Developing Corporate Relationships (Full Day)
- Developing Community Fundraising (Full Day)
For more information on the courses and to book your place please visit – https://www.thefsi.org/services/training/manchester-february-2019-27th/
Trafford Leisure Trust - Training Courses
Our Training courses are renowned and attract delegates not just from the Manchester and Northwest areas but nationally and internationally. So what ever your training needs whether its for your business or yourself contact us and see what we can offer you – some of our courses may be delivered at your own venue subject to suitability.
- First Aid at Work
- National Pool Lifeguard Trainer Assessor
- Baby Savers
- National Pool Lifeguard Qualification
- National Rescue Award for Swimming Teachers & Coaches
If you would like to view the current training courses on offer with Trafford Leisure please visit https://traffordleisure.co.uk/training/ or for more information feel free to contact the team either by phone on 0161 826 3940/ 0161 826 3965 or by email at email@example.com.