Training Services

Safe In Your Hands
Address: 61 Eveleigh Ave
What We Do:
Safe In Your Hands delivers safeguarding and child protection training to businesses and organisations across the South West. We have Child Protection training packages aimed at organisations who work with children, we have adult safeguarding packages aimed at organisations working with vulnerable adults and we have training packages aimed at both children and parents about Internet Safety and Digital Citizenship.

Safe In Your Hands is run and owned by Sue Wheeler. She is a qualified teacher and nursery nurse. She has been working with children and young people for over 20 years.
She started her teaching career in 1998 after qualifying from King Alfred’s University. She has spent her career working in different schools and nurseries within West Sussex, Spain and Bath and more recently at Bath College and Barnardo’s in Bristol.
For 2 years she worked as a deputy manager at a nursery in Bath where she used her extensive knowledge and skills to offer quality childcare experiences for all that attended.
Within schools she had many roles including course leader and D&T co-ordinator. She is passionate about creating an environment where learning and knowledge can be shared and absorbed.
Her passions continue into the field of safeguarding and when she was at Bath College she specialised in this area. This passion led her then to work for Barnardo’s for 2 years where she delivered child sexual exploitation training to the night time economy both within Bristol and throughout South Gloucestershire.
She believes that training should not just be a way to gain new skills and knowledge but it should also be a valuable opportunity to meet and interact with other practitioners and professionals; build relationships and to share good practise and support each other through what can be a challenging time.

Phone Number:
Address: Apthorp Centre
Weston Road, Bath
What We Do:
We coach busy people in how to slow down, release past unhelpful patterns of thinking, feeling and behaving and to live life more authentically.

Prior to qualifying as a Coach, Sarah had a career in both Human Resource Management, before qualifying and working for ten years as a Counsellor with adults in Private Practice, in EAPs and with young people across both Secondary and Further Education Sectors.

Sarah has dedicated her working life to helping others (and herself!) in the areas of personal awareness, change, growth and ongoing personal development, having engaged extensively in her own personal therapeutic journey, qualified in NLP, Reiki Levels I,II & III, Certificates in Hypnosis, Time Line Therapy as well as participating in numerous Family Constellation Workshops and other personal development training.

Sarah works with a range of life challenges that all of us can face from time to time, including:

🙏 Transitions and Life Changes

🙏 Intention & Goal Setting

🙏 Leaving The Rat Race; Transforming Your Career

🙏 Relating More Authentically – With Yourself and Others

🙏 Making Sense of Your Life’s Journey and Creating a Life You Love

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Trauma Recovery Centre (TRC)
Address: Freedom House, Lower Bristol Road, Bath,
What We Do:
The TRC exists to help children, young people, and their families recovery from trauma through their 4 main projects:
– TRC Therapy Centre
– Oakside Creative Education Centre
– TRC Training Centre
– Treehouse Project (Specialist Recovery for victims of Human Trafficking)

The TRC was founded in Bath in 2011 by Betsy de Thierry, in order to see children recover from trauma.
The TRC employs creative psychotherapists who specialise in the Trauma Recovery approach in order to help children & young people process their trauma and support them as they piece their lives back together until a wholeness can be found.
The parents and carers engage in a Psychoeducation course called ‘Parenting the traumatised child’ which provides therapeutic support, and an understanding of how trauma impacts a child’s brain, with helpful strategies for the home life. This course is based on the book: The Simple Guide to Child Trauma (Betsy de Thierry, 2017).

We hold as a high value our work and support of the parents/carers, and our experience of supporting teachers to form a holistic support service. Oakside Creative Education Centre is a project that has been formed to provide additional support for the most vulnerable children and young people.

We are excited about the interconnectedness of the TRC Therapy centre and Oakside Creative, with the TRC Training Centre providing excellent cutting edge training in trauma recovery.

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