Effective Communication with Children and Families
If you work with young people and families, you’ll know how important effective communication with children can be. Good communication builds trust and can make a real difference to how effectively services are delivered and their long-term success.
This course will help you sharpen your skills and deepen your knowledge around effective communication with children and families.
5 reviews for Effective Communication with Children and Families
Very interesting, I just wanted to keep going.
I enjoyed the experience and will do more learning this way.
Easy to follow and educative – it offered scenarios that I may not have considered before. Time effective and very interesting.
The course kept my attention throughout. I would recommend the course for those new to working with children.
I found this course very interesting and easy to follow.
A very practical way to learn at home or in free time during work hours.
I enjoyed this course and all of the scenarios.
Very interesting, learned a lot from the course! Excellent use of my time. Thank you.
A really good course that held my attention.
Worthwhile clear information, easily absorbed.
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