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Working with Children aged 0-10 and their Families - Workshop 3 of 4

Venue
Virtual Learning, .
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Course Tutors
Children and Families .
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Admin Contact
Target Audience
Early Years and Early Help
target audience
Course Types
Course
Course categories
Early Help & 0-19 Hubs
Subject
Other
Course description


Workshop 3 of 4: Working with children and young people



11-18 programme for Children and Families Practitioners working with young people (11-18) will comprise a series of four one day workshops and four practice and coaching sessions



 
 

 


 



 


 






Summary of learning outcomes


Each workshop and practice and coaching session is mapped against the Post-qualifying


standard: Knowledge and skills statement for child and family practitioners (DfE, May 2018).


Participants will learn how to:


• analyse patterns of strengths and difficulties across the range of children’s


developmental needs, parenting capacity, and family and environmental factors


• working with children, young people and their parents/caregivers to set goals, make


plans for intervention and deciding how to measure the impact of interventions over


time


• work with parents/caregivers who have been responsible for physically, sexually or


emotionally abusive actions towards their children/young people, have neglected


their care, or have exposed them to domestic violence, drug and alcohol misuse and


parental mental health problems.


• work with children and young people to address the emotional, behavioural and


developmental impairments associated with being exposed to abusive and neglectful


parenting


• working with children and young people who are showing disruptive behaviour


problems


• help parents/caregivers understand the factors that lead children/young people to


behave in a disruptive fashion, to misbehave, and to find ways to change this



 


 

Training objectives
Learning outcomes


Summary of learning outcomes


Each workshop and practice and coaching session is mapped againstthe Post-qualifying standard: Knowledge and skills statement for
child and family practitioners (DfE, May 2018).


Participants will learn how to:


• analyse patterns of strengths and difficulties across the range of children’s developmental needs, parenting capacity, and family and
environmental factors


• working with children, young people and their parents/caregivers to set goals, make  plans for intervention and deciding how to measure the impact of interventions over time


• work with parents/caregivers who have been responsible for physically, sexually or emotionally abusive actions towards their children/young people, have neglected their care, or have exposed them to domestic violence, drug and
alcohol misuse and parental mental health problems.


• work with children and young people to address the emotional,behavioural and developmental impairments associated with being exposed to abusive and neglectful  parenting


• working with children and young people who are showing  disruptive behaviour problems


• help parents/caregivers understand the factors that lead children/young people to behave in a disruptive fashion, to misbehave, and to find ways to change this


 

Additional Information
Start Date
Wednesday 19 May 2021
End Date
Wednesday 19 May 2021
Closing Date
Monday 8 March 2021
Times
09:30 - 16:30
Maximum Places
16 
Cost
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Number of Sessions
1