This course has been designed to highlight individual practitioner and collective staff team responsibilities in Safeguarding children and their families. Within this, differing family, cultural, ability, religious and individual perspectives will be considered.
This is a four-day course exploring the range of necessary knowledge, skills and characteristics needed to recognise and respond to vulnerability and the need for early support, for families with children up to 11 years of age.
Designed as a comprehensive approach to addressing the Designated Lead Person role; towards children and their families; towards their full Practitioner Team and in working effectively as a part of a multi-disciplinary web of services.
This two-day course has been designed to help Practitioners in adopting a well-informed approach to working with a diverse community of children and families, in terms of ethnicity, culture, religion and language.
A dynamic and informative workshop for parents and Practitioners to attend together. We’ll explore real-life situations that are causing us concern and explore some solutions.
This course includes practical assignments and will promote a reflective model for supervision, forming a structure for exploring how the management of safeguarding issues can be woven into the supervision process and therefore be addressed as appropriate.
This three-hour Workshop has been designed to draw attention to the pivotal importance of what happens in the first 1001 days of life; from the moment that the egg has been fertilised (conception), through to age two.
All families are different, so the rich repertoire of approaches and ideas that we share ‘may just be the thing’ for a family that you’ve been struggling with.
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