Our Solihull Approach training is a unique development opportunity for Australian professionals working with families.
10, 16 & 17 September 2019
How it works
1. Choose your training
$290 per day
2 Day Foundation Training
10 & 16 September 2019
3 Day Foundation + Facilitator
10, 16 & 17 September 2019
1 Day Facilitator Training only
17 September 2019
2. Choose your resource pack
Each training session requires educational resources to be purchased separately on the day. $185 each
Antenatal (designed for midwives)
First 5 years (designed for MCHN and early years specialists)
Facilitator training (optional day 3)
Postnatal or Postnatal Plus
0 - 18 years
What you'll learn
Develop the practical skills needed to use The Solihull Approach in your daily work through the 2 day Fundamental Training. This is an overarching theoretical framework that supports interventions such as:
Watch, Wait and Wonder
New Born Observation
Circle of Security ... and more
7 CPD points apply for each day of training.
Become a facilitator
Sign up for the optional Day 3 and qualify as a group session facilitator. You'll learn to run group sessions with parents, using methods carefully designed by The Solihull Approach.
You can choose from four different sessions to facilitate once trained.
Read more about becoming a group facilitator.
The resources are an essential part of your training, with information and tools designed by Solihull. With over 400 pages in each, they're a great investment to help you implement everything you'll learn. These materials are a requirement of the course and designed to suit your role and clients.
All participants need to purchase copies on the day. Credit card facilities are available.
Who can attend?
Maternal child and family health workers
Early childhood professionals
… the list is endless
Dudley St, West Melbourne
Topics covered on each day
Infant mental health
What is containment?
What is reciprocity?
Role of behaviour management
Getting to know your Resource Pack
Preparation for Day 2 including case presentation
More about children’s emotional development
Observations making it real
Evaluation and research so far
Levels of interventions and scope for practice
The Solihull Approach in Australia
Optional Facilitator’s Training
Workshop environment, with practical case studies and interactive learning. This day provides the opportunity to lean more about integrating the Solihull approach and to fine tune skills while developing the Solihull Approach group facilitator language.
Already trained? Check out our refresher course.
Additional resource packs
If you are interested in purchasing more than one variation of the resource packs, please email email@example.com so supplies will be available on the day.
Sessions are run in small groups to enhance the learning experience, so tickets are limited. Don't delay if you want to attend.
Cancellation with over 14 days notice will ensure you receive your registration fee refunded, less a 20% administration fee. No refund will be available if cancellation notification is received 14 days or less from the event date.
Find out more about the Solihull Approach
Get more information on what to expect and how this training can help you. Find out more on the Solihull Approach website.