To equip managers and supervisors with practical skills in supporting practitioners who work with children and families.
By the end of this course participants should:
Have considered your role as a leader in influencing safeguarding children practice within your service
Understand the barriers to effective communication in multi-disciplinary working
Know the key elements of good communication which lead to professional challenge and how to develop these skills within your team
Have knowledge of Norfolk’s policy on Resolving Professional Disagreements and how to implement this in practice
Understand what is meant by the term professional curiosity in relation to keeping children safe and how to develop professional curiosity within your service
Have an awareness of the serious case review Thematic Learning Framework in relation to professional curiosity and challenge
Be able to recognise and understand indicators of collusive practice and know how to challenge appropriately within and from your service
Have a greater understanding of how to identify skills gaps within your service
Developed techniques to support practitioners to implement learning into practice
Develop skills in providing safety and containment to practitioners who work with children and families, including, but not limited to, holding risk and uncertainty
Develop skills in recognising and support good practice
Target Staff: Managers and supervisors of services working with children and families.
Course Duration: One day
Location: South Green Park
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