THRIVE – Meeting the educators for the effective development of trauma-sensitive approaches in education

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The term ACEs – Adverse Childhood Experiences may refer to experiences of neglect, abuse, violence, marginalisation and family separation. Such events can have tremendous impacts on the child’s development, including a higher probability of early school leaving.

The Erasmus+ project THRIVE- Training Hope, wellbeing, and Resilience in Vulnerable Early school aims to develop an innovative approach to the concept of trauma, destined to those educators working in second chance education or those who are working with early school leavers. The objectives of the project are:

  • Help educators understand ACEs and trauma-informed education
  • Build educators’ awareness of trauma-informed educational practices

Project partners are currently completing the training course THRIVE, which will be freely accessible on the project website. On June 29th, 2020, the piloting of the programme took place online, with the participation of some educators working in second-chance education.

Their contribution was fundamental to gather participants’ opinion about part of training programme and ensure the development of useful material for educators, to effectively meet their needs. These feedbacks will allow project partners to identify eventual weaknesses and areas for improvement, before completing the final version.

Are you curious to discover the next steps? Would you like to take part to the online training course?

For further information, please contact Simona Sglavo, CESIE Project Manager for the project THRIVE: simona.sglavo@cesie.org.

About the project

THRIVE – Training Hope, wellbeing, and Resilience in Vulnerable Early school leavers is being co-financed by the Erasmus+ programme Key Action 2, Strategic Partnerships for adult education.

Partners

The project holds together 6 organisations:

For further information

Read more about THRIVE.

Contact Simona Sglavo, simona.sglavo@cesie.org

CESIE ETS