A highly motivated and engaging trainer having worked within the field of training and development for 12 years within the NHS and Local Authority, delivering community health and wellbeing projects for disadvantaged communities and service users within drug and alcohol programmes, parenting programmes and confidence building in the workplace and for service users.
This work has included designing and delivering training packages around child development from birth to teenagers, healthy eating projects, and domestic abuse, ensuring the voice of the child is forefront in her sessions. A real believer in accelerated learning techniques the programmes she delivers are engaging, fun and interactive.
Carol is currently working as a parenting support manager for a local authority coordinating and designing the parenting offer available whilst training, coaching and mentoring staff, volunteers and partner agencies. A real passion for Domestic Abuse Awareness, empowering and supporting others to recognise the warning signs of abuse, the impact on children and where to go for help and guidance.
Qualifications include BSc (HONS) in Child and Family Studies from the University of Leeds and PTTLS Level 4 teaching qualification, also an accredited trainer for the Freedom Programme alongside a range of parenting programmes covering child development, behaviour management, confidence building and helping parents and carers talk to their children about sex and relationships.