Bringing Up GREAT Kids Training
Bringing Up Great Kids: Learning the basics for professionals who work one on one with parents
The training explores how to use the BUGK Program in a one on one format with individual parents. It includes relevant worksheets, tools, activities and resources. It does not lead to registration as a BUGK Facilitator.
Foundational Training to Become a Registered BUGK Parenting Group Facilitator
This practical workshop provides participants with the opportunity to learn how to successfully establish and run the Bringing Up Great Kids Parenting Program. This is the prerequisite training for professionals in order to become a Registered BUGK Facilitator and then be able to undertake other advanced training.
Running BUGK Groups for Parents Online
This practical workshop provides participants with skills and knowledge about facilitating a BUGK Online Parenting Group. This interactive and live training in a virtual classroom will support participants to adapt their knowledge and skills about BUGK to successfully facilitate a BUGK parent group in the online environment.
BUGK – Parenting After Family Violence
This program offers support to women to explore and reclaim their confidence and belief in themselves about their parenting. This program is open to Registered BUGK Facilitators.
BUGK for Kinship Carers
A program is being designed to meet the needs of Kinship carers as they take on the role of parenting their grandchildren or other family members. It will be open to BUGK facilitators. It will be available in 2021.
BUGK Parenting Adolescents
This program has been designed to nurture parents as they embark on their journey supporting their children through their adolescent years. It will be open to BUGK facilitators.
BUGK For Aboriginal Families
Developed in consultation with a number of Aboriginal organisations across Australia, this program is available as tailored training for your organisation. It has a specific set of resources and themes which are culturally strong.
Bringing Up Great Kids in the First 1000 Days
This course will include a range of new information and activities that support expectant parents during pregnancy and with children up the age of two years. It will be open to BUGK facilitators.
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Prosody is the pitch and tone of the human voice. It is the very essence of connection.
Our blog – Prosody – hosts an ongoing forum for the exchange of ideas about protecting children and young people from abuse and exploitation, advocating for their rights, resourcing the adults who are important to them and applying the neuroscience of trauma and healing. It is filled with articles reflecting on research and practice knowledge written by professionals who share in a commitment to the well-being and safety of children and young people. We hope you join the conversation too!
Bringing Up Great Kids Website for Parents
Support parents to go to the BUGK website to be able to access free content about relationship based parenting in English and 15 other languages.