Working with Children aged 11-18 and their Families - Workshop 3 of 4

Venue
Virtual Learning, .
venue
Course Tutors
Children and Families .
tutors
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
Friday 21 May 2021
End Date
Friday 21 May 2021
Closing Date
Friday 14 May 2021
Times
09:30 - 16:30
Maximum Places
16 
Cost
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Number of Sessions
1