This programme is designed for:
- health visitors, midwives and children's centre staff who deliver the Coping with Crying programme to parents
- managers who implement the programme within their organisation.
£35 per person
Are you setting up or delivering the NSPCC’s Coping with Crying programme to parents? Coping with Crying is a programme that supports parents with their baby's crying and aims to reduce the risk of non-accidental head injuries.
As experts in safeguarding, the NSPCC’s elearning course will teach you how to use the Coping with Crying film and resources to support parents and reduce the risk of harm to their baby.
The course is broken down into three parts:
The course also introduces the Coping with Crying film, explains how to show it to parents, how to effectively implement the programme and provides access to all programme resources.
Links to the programme resources include:
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