Item uses these practice principles: Partnerships with families.
Item responds to these sub-outcomes: Children take increasing responsibility for their own health and physical wellbeing.
Based on Dr Ruby K. Payne's A Framework for Understanding Poverty, this training workshop has been developed specifically for the education sector. It aims to give educators and ancilliary staff, as well as allied health professionals, tools to address the complexities, including educational challenges, of working with children and families who have experienced intergenerational poverty.
Participants gain knowledge, understanding and tools to tackle sensitive issues in respectful and constructive ways. Potential solutions are practical and strategic, addressing everyday interactions through to policy implications.
Costs vary depending on the provider and location. Please contact providers directly.
Target population: educators who work with disadvantaged families.
Program/practice descriptions and details: a book describing the framework taught in the workshops can be bought online; a training supplement is also available online. Workshop participants receive a companion workbook.
Program adaptability: Australian providers can tailor training to address the specific needs of different sectors or communities.
Training requirements: participants attend two days of training; day one is a prerequisite for day two. Training days can be consecutive or spaced to give participants time to integrate the material, if necessary.
Australian experience: the training has been delivered across Australia and is suitable for the Victorian context.
Wellbeing (social and emotional), Access and inclusion
Strength of Evidence
Level 5 – Foundational research evidence