ATR Project FAQs

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What will the ATR training cover?

Both of our Level 1: ATR-informed Practice (hyperlink to BSB website) and Level 2: ATR-sensitive Practice (hyperlink to BSB website) courses will cover both the science behind Adversity, Trauma and Resilience (ATR), as well as how to implement this science in practice. Level 2 will cover the science in greater depth and will introduce new areas of implementation not covered within Level 1.

Who can sign up for the ATR training?

Anyone based in Bradford! Feel free to sign up to our half-day Level 1: ATR-informed Practice and our Level 2: ATR-sensitive Practice courses. We would recommend signing up to both in this order to gain the most benefit. We would also encourage you to share the page here (BSB Website) with your colleagues and partners, as well as on your social media pages, to help us spread this practice to all corners of Bradford.

What will be available via the Restorative Services offer?

We are currently exploring a range of options to create a menu of options for our Restorative Services offer. The aim will be to fill in gaps that aren’t currently available in Bradford and to provide services that reflect a variety of needs. We will update this page when we have more to share.

Which topics will the ATR materials cover?

Throughout this project, we will be collating and creating a resource bank of Adversity, Trauma and Resilience (ATR) materials that cover as many of the topics raised to us by local residents and staff as possible, as well as others that are raised during the course of the project. This will represent a broad range of scientific theory and practical implementation knowledge and tools that will be relevant to all local public and third sectors.

How do I access the ATR materials?

We’ll be updating our resource bank of materials here (Resource ATR website) throughout the course of this project. As well as collating the best available materials from elsewhere, WAVE Trust will also be creating new materials to fill gaps that local residents and staff said they wanted to access. If you’d like to give feedback on early drafts of these materials, sign up to be an Early Adopter here (WAVE website).

How have the project’s training, materials and restorative services been co-produced?

We engaged with residents and staff via a series of workshops, virtual meetings and online forms, as well as seeking feedback from others involved in the wider Bradford ATR programme. Our training offer, checklist to source existing materials, and create new ones, and the basis for our restorative services menu were all built upon the results of this research.