This is a full day's virtual learning with multiple breaks in between to examine case studies.
Engaging fathers, father figure, and male role models is often one of the most challenging issues practitioners face when working with children, young people and their families. Research has consistently shown that all too often children's services (and other agencies) either fail to engage with, or understand the role of fathers and male role models
This course seeks to explore our expectations of men, and fathering, and also to consider how we can engage men, across agencies more effectively in our work.
You may be required to complete a pre-course exercise which will be discussed in virtual classroom on the day of training. This learning event is limited to 12 participants only