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Brainwave Trust Aotearoa - Professional Development Programmes

October 06, 2016 at 4:39 PM

Brainwave Trust Aotearoa is pleased to have launched two new Professional Development Programmes.

Neuroscience Extension Training (NExt) - is a 2 day extension workshop design to further develop knowledge of the early years, for children’s health, development and wellbeing throughout life.  The training will include an explanation of the biopsychosocial ecological model, including risk and protective factors and how these interact to influence development in childhood and in fact throughout life.

The workshop will be held on 28 and 29th November in Wellington.

Professionals Working with Vulnerable Children  - is a one day symposium on early years development specific to vulnerable children.  Attendees will better understand how factors in utero and in their early years can influence brain development.  How these factors have a significant and long term impact on how a child behaves, responds emotionally, learns at school and ultimately becomes a productive person in society.

The symposium will be held on 25 October in Whangarei.

Please see attached flyers here and here for more details about the programmes being offered, and please contact Brownwyn Gardner for more information.

Category: Training