Pathways to Resilience is a registered charity that aims to prevent anxiety, depression and suicide in children and young people. We work across the lifespan, but strongly focus on working with educators, caregivers and others who engage with children in order to strengthen outcomes for children. Our vision is Resilient Kids, Positive Families, Strong Communities.


​I would like to take this opportunity to inform you about their upcoming Wings Social and Emotional Wellbeing in Early Years training ​in  2017 in ​Sydney with limited ​places​ available Registration is now open!


Date – Wednesday and Friday, 8th and 10th February 2017
Time – 8.30am to 3.30pm (for both days)
Cost – $550pp

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​for 2 days ​

(inc. catering & facilitator manual)​

Certificate of Participation will be provided when training are completed for both days


Registration closes Tuesday, 31st January 2017.

Wings Social and Emotional Wellbeing in Early Years is an evidence based program written by Debbie Miller, our Director of Education and Learning. This program has been accredited by Australian Institute of Families Studies.


Wings is a social and emotional skills program that seeks to minimise risk factors and build on protective factors to promote children’s wellbeing and strengthen the relationships between children and the key people in their lives. It is expected that the Program will develop a sense of agency in children. “A strong sense of wellbeing provides children with confidence and optimism that maximises their learning potential.” (Early Years Learning Framework, p.30).


Here is some wonderful feedback from a recent Wings training…
…”It’s an absolutely fabulous training…I loved it! It would be perfect for every educator, I believe that this training would make a difference, would be the way forward for all our centres…with in house mentoring and guidance after the training”
…”Exactly what all educators need….pitched at the perfect level…educators loved it and already had success stories to tell.”


To register, please visit their website or you can contact Pathways to Resilience office on 07 3169 2400.