Safeguarding Children and Young People Restoratively when Family Engagement is Difficult

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Apr 2019

Safeguarding Children and Young People Restoratively when Family Engagement is Difficult

 

Are you a practitioner who works with parents / carers who can be difficult to engage with? Do you want to increase your confidence in working with families...why not attend our Safeguarding Children and Young People Restoratively training, there are limited spaces available so be quick to book your place!

By the end of the course participants should be able to:

• explain the causes of difficult engagement with families
• describe the barriers families may face when trying to engage with services and what influences this
• consider restorative approaches to increase and improve engagement
• recognise different behaviours that decrease engagement from families, workers and services
• gain strategies for encouraging and increasing engagement with families
• recognise the link with safeguarding and child protection - a recurring theme within Serious Case Reviews

Session time:

Wednesday 8th May, 09.00-16.30

To book your place, complete the Online Booking Form.

Candidates should have attended the Introduction to Working Together or their own in-house introduction training.

 

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