Train The Trainer
About Approachable Parenting
Approachable Parenting was established in response to the needs of Muslim families living in the UK. We offer a variety of services and courses, which link modern Psychological theory and coaching techniques to the Muslim faith. We have developed a Train the Trainer course giving organisations and individuals working with Muslim families and an opportunity to become a licenced trainer.
Some great news for Approachable Parenting
We are one of the first parenting organisations to achieve the new Quality Mark award – the new national standard for Parenting.
We have received a Social Enterprise Award for the West Midlands. We have had a paper published in Every Child Journal describing the positive outcomes of our service.
We are now training trainers to deliver our services outside the West Midlands.
Train the Trainer course
Approachable Parenting train professionals to deliver the ‘Five Pillars of Parenting’ 4-11 years programme. The training takes place over 4 days with a qualified and experienced tutor. Following this the trainee must deliver their first programme with a licence trainer to become a licenced trainer of the Five Pillars of Parenting programme.
Qualifications structure at a glance
Understandingyoles, responsibilities and relationships in education and training
Explain ways to promote equality and value diversity—3 credits
Understanding and using inclusive teaching and learning approaches in education and training
Facilitate learning and development for individuals
Facilitate learning and development for groups = 6 credits
Understanding assessment in education and training
Understanding the principles and practice of assessment =3 credits
How to become a trainer?
The process is simple, This course delivered over four days to individuals who have level 3 QCF or above qualifications in family support, health, psychological related background or similar. The trainee would also need a good knowledge of the Islamic faith and experience of working with Muslim families would be an advantage.
What do our graduates of the training the trainer say?
The trainers have reported, that the training was enjoyable and easy to follow, The sessions was delivered in a supportive environment where all the trainees were given individual attention and supported to gain their qualification. The trainees helped and supported each other in the process having a shared vision. They felt that the content of the course helped them to feel confident in becoming trainers as well as providing new opportunities. The trainees not only gained an insight into Approachable Parenting and its ethos but also knowledge of the components of the Five Pillars of Parenting programme.