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Online abuse – recognition and response

25 May 2017 Presenter: Laura Randall

Online abuse – recognition and response

Online abuse is any form of abuse that happens on the web, whether through social networks, playing online games or using mobile phones. Children and young people may be subjected to cyberbullying, grooming, sexual abuse, sexual exploitation or emotional abuse.

Practitioners need to understand the risks that children and young people face online and be equipped with the knowledge and skills to safeguard them effectively.

This Webinar shares key messages and provides an opportunity for participants to inform the content of the forthcoming Frontline Briefing on this topic.

Aimed at: Practitioners across children's and youth services.

Signs of Safety - sharing the learning

02 May 2017 Presenter: Professor Eileen Munro

Signs of Safety - sharing the learning

Professor Eileen Munro shares key messages from You Can't Grow Roses In Concrete, the report on Munro, Turnell and Murphy's (MTM) Innovation Programme project. MTM worked with ten local authorities to implement the Signs of Safety framework. This webinar explores the factors that affect successful implementation.

Aimed at: Practitioners, managers and leaders across Child and Family Services.

Building child and family resilience - boingboing’s resilience approach in action

22 Mar 2017 Presenter: Angie Hart

Building child and family resilience - boingboing’s resilience approach in action

Understanding how inequalities affect children and families helps to build an 'inequalities imagination' - which, some researchers say, is a fundamental component of resilience-based approaches and responses. This webinar introduces Angie Hart and Kim Aumann's Frontline Briefing on the same topic. It covers the key principles of Hart and collaborators' boingboing Resilience Approach and their Resilience Framework, and offers insights into straightforward ways of working with children, young people and families that build capacity to manage life's challenges more resiliently.

Aimed at: Frontline practitioners working with children, young people and families; team managers.

Using participation and co-production to make transition work

02 Mar 2017 Presenter: Helen Wheatley & Katy Evans

Using participation and co-production to make transition work

This is an open access webinar
Supporting transition from Children’s to Adults’ Services for young people using health or social care services

The involvement of young people with SEND and their families is crucial to developing and maintaining effective support when planning for adulthood. Taking the NICE guideline and accompanying resource as a starting point, this interactive webinar will look at evidence and practice in personal planning and in developing the Local Offer with young people. It will be of interest to staff from all organisations working to support young people with SEND and their families as they prepare for adulthood.

Aimed at: Practitioners in children’s and adult health, mental health and social care services; service managers in both Adults’ and Children’s Services; young people using health or social care services who may need support from Adults’ Services in the future and their parents or carers; other practitioners working with children who use health and social care services.

Fair and proportionate age assessment with unaccompanied asylum seekers

23 Nov 2016 Presenter: Jennifer Williams, Zahraa Adam, Aimee Weston

Fair and proportionate age assessment with unaccompanied asylum seekers

The National Transfer Scheme for unaccompanied asylum seeking children (UASC) requires social workers across the country to develop skills, knowledge and confidence in this area of practice. Led by practice experts from Kent and Essex County Councils, this webinar will share specialist knowledge and experience, focusing on the core social work skills required to undertake a fair, proportionate and technically robust age assessment. Aimed at: Social workers and social work managers

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