Adverse Childhood Experiences Level 2


At Shipley College, we offer the Understanding Adverse Childhood Experiences Level 2 course for individuals seeking to support children and young people affected by difficult life events. Adverse childhood experiences, such as family breakdowns or traumatic events, can significantly impact a child's development and mental health, leading to long-term consequences. This fully online course provides you with the necessary skills to help children and young people overcome these challenges and build resilience.

Our distance learning courses, designed to improve the practice of professionals across various industries, commence regularly and contribute to Continuing Professional Development (CPD). The course is open to individuals aged 18 or over and provides opportunities for employment in several sectors, where knowledge of supporting individuals with adverse childhood experiences is essential.

The certificate also paves the way for diverse job roles, enabling you to make a positive impact on the lives of children and young people. The course requires a good level of English, takes between 6-18 weeks to complete, and is delivered via distance learning. Join us at Shipley College to make a difference in the lives of children and young people.

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100% fee reduction may apply to you if in receipt of benefits and actively seeking employment or in work, earnings less the £23,400 annually (£20,319 annually if not from an eligible regional postcode) For further information click -


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