> learning together programme training(currently online - 2 full days or 4 half-days)
This course builds on your skills and understanding in supporting parents/carers with their children's learning and development from birth, using the Peep Learning Together Programme (LTP). After the course you'll have online access to the whole programme, from which you can use any topics that meet the needs and interests of the families you work with, as well as extensive post-course delivery support. You can use the programme with families online or face-to-face.
> peep antenatal programme training(one-day)
Our innovative one-day training, developed with the University of Warwick, enables practitioners to use the Peep Antenatal Programme with parents, before and after the birth, supporting secure parent–child attachment and positive outcomes for children.
>early communication matters training (one-day)
This course will help you to recognise and support typical language development (pre-verbal and verbal), and to support parents/carers to do the same. It will help you to recognise if/ when to refer children to a speech and language therapist, and how to support them in the meantime.
> peep progression pathway training (one-day)
This training equips LTP-trained practitioners to deliver and assess the Peep Progression Pathway units for parents/carers, within your Peep delivery (SCQF credit-rated by SQA in Scotland, accredited by NOCN in the rest of the UK)
> in-house training- face-to-face (post-lockdown) or online for up to 10 - 12 people per course
> information briefing
A free discussion for your decision-makers to explore how Peep programmes can support your targeted and universal work with families.
> post-course support sessions
We provide on-going and time-saving post-course support in a range of ways, including tailored sessions for your staff.
We have trained people from across the child and family support sector - practitioners who work in children's centres, family centres, family hubs, health settings (including health visitors, community nursery nurses, midwives, speech and language therapists, psychologists, public health practitioners), education settings (including pre-schools, day nurseries, nursery classes, early years centres, schools, colleges, lifelong learning, community learning and development, and childminders), social care, the voluntary sector (including HomeStart), libraries and prisons, as well as training Peep parents who go on to become Peep practitioners.
Valuing and building on families’ strengths to support their children’s learning is a good idea wherever it happens! The flexible and inclusive nature of Peep programmes means they can successfully be used by Peep-trained practitioners anywhere in the world. We have welcomed practitioners from afar to our training in the UK, as well as delivering training in other countries.
Delegate from Peep Antenatal Training: ‘I found this really useful to learn how to deliver a programme that focuses in on key aspects and in a parent/baby-friendly way. A great learning experience – it gave me a structured framework to use which is evidence-based but also flexible in the delivery of it.’ Tracey, Clinical Psychologist