Trauma Informed Practice

Trauma Informed Practice


This session provides an opportunity for early childhood educators to start to think about how to support children who are affected by trauma in the early childhood space. The session provides frameworks of practice that will increase knowledge, skills and confidence to support early childhood educators to implement the trauma-informed practice in the early childhood setting.

This session is offered on different days and at different times to support educators to be able to attend.

Our Trainers
All training sessions delivered by the Australian Childhood Foundation are facilitated by members of our therapeutic services, parenting and early years program. These staff members are qualified and experienced professionals that are engaging in trauma-informed practice with children, young people and families.

Detailed Costs
$214.50 per person, per session (plus 1.8% credit card surcharge)

Registrations require payment in order to confirm your place in the workshop. If payment is made by credit card at registration your place is guaranteed in the workshop you have registered for; if you pay by invoice you have a tentative registration until payment is received. All invoices MUST be paid for prior to the workshop date. NB: If the workshop becomes fully booked before your payment is made, your tentative booking will be cancelled.

Targeted Audience

This workshop will benefit early childhood professionals at all levels of practice knowledge. Early childhood educators with some previous experience of trauma-informed practice will have the opportunity to enhance their knowledge. Early childhood educators with minimal trauma-informed practice knowledge can begin their journey through this workshop


Learning Outcomes

On completion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Develop the ability and knowledge to create environments and routines that are trauma sensitive
  • Enhance the ability to identify and use strategies for supporting emotional regulation in traumatised children
  • Develop a framework for making meaning of, and strategies for, responding to trauma-based behaviours in young children
  • Further explore the ability to create environments and routines that are trauma sensitive
  • Enhance capacity to work with families experiencing trauma

Learning Methods

3.5 Hour Online virtual classroom- live and interactive. 

Upcoming Workshops

Name Date Time Location Cost
Trauma Informed Practice 18 October 2023 08:30 am – 12:00 pm Virtual Classroom $214.50