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[WEBINAR] Sibling relationships

Learning Event : Webinar
Online
06 Nov 2019

Drawing on their Nuffield Foundation funded research on Siblings, contact and the law, Daniel Monk and Jan Macvarish have co-authored a Frontline Briefing, designed to support evidence-informed social work practice in the family court. In this Webinar the authors will introduce t

[WEBINAR] Exploitation of boys and young men

Learning Event : Webinar
Online
20 Jun 2019

Public awareness of young people’s exploitation mainly concerns the abuse of girls by older men, whereas adolescent boys can be perceived as a threat in relation to gang involvement. The experiences of boys and young men as both ‘perpetrator’ and ‘victim&r

[WEBINAR] Scaling up the Graded Care Profile 2 and other evidence based programmes

Learning Event : Webinar
27 Mar 2019

Graded Care Profile 2 is an assessment tool that practitioners can use when working with families where neglect is a concern. The tool helps identify support needs, build relationships and improve the identification and recording of neglect.  Join us at this Webinar where th

[WEBINAR] Trauma-informed responses in relationship-based practice

Learning Event : Webinar
Online
08 Jun 2018

A practical understanding of developmental trauma can enable workers to move beyond reactive responses to people's presenting behaviour. In this webinar, Danny Taggart introduces his Frontline Briefing and explains how recognition of adolescents' past experience can play a critic

[WEBINAR] Signs of Safety - sharing the learning

Learning Event : Webinar
Online
02 May 2017

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

[WEBINAR] Using participation and co-production to make transition work

Learning Event : Webinar open access
Online
02 Mar 2017

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

[WEBINAR] Fair and proportionate age assessment with unaccompanied asylum seekers

Open Access Event : Webinar open access
Online
23 Nov 2016

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 sp

[WEBINAR] Serious Case Reviews: Messages from the Triennial Analysis

Learning Event : Webinar
Online
07 Jul 2016

The Triennial Analysis of Serious Case Reviews 2011-14 aims to 'provide evidence of the key issues and challenges in cases where children have died, or been seriously harmed and there are concerns about how agencies have worked together'(Centre for Research on Children and Famili

[WEBINAR] NICE guideline - Children's attachment: attachment in children and young people who are adopted from care, in care or at high risk of going into care

Learning Event : Webinar
Online
12 Apr 2016

This hour long webinar with David Shemmings will provide an insight into the development of the NICE guideline "Children's attachment: attachment in children and young people who are adopted from care, in care or at high risk of going into care". It will outline key recommendatio

[WEBINAR] NICE guideline "Transition from children's to adults' services", including links to SEND policy and practice

Learning Event : Webinar
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22 Mar 2016

This is an OPEN ACCESS webinar. You can view the webinar recording below. This hour long webinar with Helen Wheatley will provide an insight into the development of the NICE guideline "Transition from children's to adult's services". It will outline key recommendations from the g
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