March 2024

Families First News

Learning & development

OnePlusOne Healthy Relationship Training

Evidence shows that conflict between parents can affect multiple outcomes for children, including emotional, behavioural, social and academic development. Parents in poverty or under economic pressure are more likely to experience relationship conflict. According to the latest DWP estimates, 12% of all children and 21% of children in workless families have parents in a distressed relationship.

HCC are commissioning OnePlusOne who have over 50 years’ experience in creating evidence-based resources to support the development of healthy relationships.

OnePlusOne provide digital resources that raise awareness of the impact of stress and conflict on children, giving parents the skills to cope with stress together and manage their conflict more constructively. Allowing parents to develop positive communication skills, so that they can parent co-operatively and work out solutions together.

The resources are split in to 3 modules aimed at:

  • New parents
  • Parents that are together
  • Parents that are separated

To date 163 practitioners across the Families First Partnership have been trained in OnePlusOne, if you would like to access this training please see the details below.

All training is delivered online and held from 9:30 to 12:30 | Each training has a capacity of 15 delegates

Follow the link below for your preferred training date to register your place and a link will be sent to access the training.

24th April 2024 9:30-12:30 register here

11th June 2024 9:30-12:30 register here

 For further information please contact the project lead


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