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Key Working training
The Early Support key working training supports you to develop and build your understanding of key working. The training is run over two days and embeds the Early Support Principles into the Key Working functions and brings them together in a practical, step by step process.
The key working training enables participants to:
- explore their understanding of working in partnership
- explore the key working functions and how they might be applied
- reflect on how the key working functions should provide the most effective support for disabled children, young people, their families and practitioners
The training raises awareness of the importance of partnership working and key working functions and enables practitioners to support the child, young prson and their family to navigate the system.
The training is a combination of:
- Short presentations
- Facilitated group discussions
- Exploratory activities focused around case studies and scenarios
- Structured reflection to help put learning into practice
Who should attend?
- Managers and practitioners from across the range of private, voluntary and public sector services who are working with and supporting disabled children, young people and their families
- Parents/carers of disabled children and young people
Event location and times:
This is a two day training course which will take place over the period of two weeks. It will start at 9.30am and finish at 4.30pm on each training day. You will need to be available to attend both days of the training in the same group in order to complete the training.
Please arrive for registration in good time as the training will start promptly at 9.30am.
Day 1 Monday 2nd September
Day 2 Monday 16th September
The training will take place at the following venue on both days:
Learning and Support Centre, 186 Field End Road, Eastcote, Pinner, HA5 1RF. (Please note:There is no onsite parking but there are council car parks in the local area and there is also free car parking approximately five minutes walk away).
Please ensure that the correct email address is entered when making your booking as you will receive an automated email to confirm your place - if the email spelling is incorrect, you will not receive confirmation of your place and important updates about the training. If you do not receive a confirmation within 10 minutes of completing your booking, please contact us immediately as your booking may not be complete which could result in you losing your place on the training.
When making a booking please ensure that you are booking as the attendee as opposed to booking for someone else – this is very important as we need to capture the individual data for each attendee. Failure to do so may affect the participants ability to go forward for accreditation.
You will be provided access to pre-course and interim reading and materials in your confirmation email.
If you are unable to attend the training, please inform us in writing at least 2 days before day one of the training. If we do not receive cancellations in writing, we will invoice you for a cancellation fee of £50 to cover administration fees.
When & Where
The National Children's Bureau (NCB) is a charity that for 50 years has been improving the lives of children and young people, especially the most vulnerable. They work with children and for children, to influence government policy and be a strong voice for young people and practititioners.