Pathways to Resilience Trust | Wings to Fly Training
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Wings to Fly Training

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

$500.00$550.00

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Wings is a new strengths-based approach to social and emotional wellbeing for children from birth to five years. As a program, Wings is designed to support early years’ educators to optimise their own classroom practices in order to improve overall outcomes for children.

The training will challenge you to re-think and critically re-evaluate your approach to teaching in the early years through a process of intensive self-reflection.  You will be encouraged to seek out and identify the strengths and capabilities of the children in your care. The Program will teach you how to make children aware of these strengths and capabilities through increasing knowledge of their own impact. This skill will in turn enhance the ability of the children in your charge to engage with others and to act on opportunities. This is but one of the tools that you will learn to equip children with as part of the Wings Program.

Wings does not teach you ‘what you will do with children’. Rather, it will pose to you the question: ‘how will I be with children?’

 

 

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Wings does not teach you ‘what you will do with children’. Rather, it will pose to you the question: ‘how will I be with children?’

In addition to the above, you will learn:

  • How to foster a sense of agency among children;
  • The role of the learning environment in fostering the key components of wellbeing;
  • How to encourage reflection on practice;
  • How to build a sense of connectedness and belonging on the platforms of relationships and attachment; and
  • A number of other approaches and strategies to building a class that is socially and emotionally healthy.

Why is Wings Important?

The first five years of a child’s life is the most critical period for laying sound brain architecture. It is important to heighten educator’s awareness of their role in the brain development of children in their care. Educators must be informed of the importance of nurturing these developing relationships, the quality of the interactions and their own capacity to foster a child’s growing sense of self.

Prevention builds qualities that allow a child to adapt and be resilient, to be in a place where they feel safe and secure, and able to learn.

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Date and Location

Caboolture Early Years Centre 18 & 19 January 2016, Gold Coast 2016, Communities for Children Slacks Creek 5 January 2016, Clermont Kindergarten and Daycare Centre 4 & 5 March 2016, The Gap Childcare Centre 19 March & 2nd April, Goodstart Braybrook 9 & 16 April, Goodstart Morwell 7 & 14 May, Brisbane 23 & 24 August 2016, Melbourne 6 & 13 February 2017, Springwood 22 & 29 November 2016, Sydney 21 & 28 February 2017, Northgate (Brisbane) 24 & 31 March 2017, Sunshine Coast 11 & 25 March 2017, Slacks Creek (Brisbane) 5 & 12 August 2017, Caboolture Early Years Centre 20 & 27 May 2017

Reviews (3)

3 reviews for Wings to Fly Training

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    This was a worthwhile training for everyone working with young children. I wish there was more in Sydney so my staff could attend.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Our Early Learning Centre was privileged to have this fantastic program shared with the educators in our centre and I can, hand on heart, say that is has changed our perspectives and practices in so many ways. A massive thanks to the wonderful Debbie Miller for this program, it (and you) have done so much for our educators, children and families.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    The Wings Training is a truly valuable experience for anyone working with children. It empowers you through building your own capacity to foster social and emotional wellbeing, challenges your own perspectives and makes you question: “how will I be with children?” This approach, as opposed to simply telling you what you should “do” with children, builds you up as an early years educator. Highly recommend this training.

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