Sexual Health And Development training

Teenage pregnancy is defined as pregnancy before the age of 20. This online training course focuses on understanding that many teenage parents are known to the social care system themselves.

This makes them vulnerable children, having vulnerable children and as a result both them and their unborn child will require additional support to overcome difficulties.

Access this course as part of the following online course package(s):

This course will cover:
  • Recognising signs of early sexual activity, STDs and pregnancy
  • The impact of early parenthood on young people
  • The attachment process
  • How best to support vulnerable young parents to care for their children
This Sexual Health and Development course has been designed specifically for people who want to know more about working with teenage parents.Whilst it provides focus for people working in Children's Services, it will also be useful to a wider audience of people who would like to know more about the impact of early parenthood on young people.We can deliver this course either: online, as a webinar, or as a face-to-face programme. If you have your own LMS and would like this course as a SCORM file, please get in touch.
The online version of this course will take 2 hours to complete. The webinar versions are usually 2-3 hours long and face to face delivery will usually be around 4-5 hours.

You can access this course in three ways, as an online course, as a webinar, or with face-to-face delivery.

Online courses come as part of a course bundle with unlimited access for one simple subscription.

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Sexual Health And Development eLearning course - Grey Matter Learning

Aims of the Sexual Health And Development course

By the end of this training, you will:

  • Know how to recognise children at risk of early sexual activity, STDs and pregnancy
  • Understand the impact of early parenthood on young people
  • Understand the impact of vulnerable young parents on the attachment process and appropriate care of a child
  • Understand how to support vulnerable young parents in creating greater stability in their own and their children’s lives
  • Be able to work with other agencies to provide appropriate support

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