Strategy discussions, case conferences, and core groups

Strategy discussions, case conferences, and core groups

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MS Teams event

Virtual Course

Swindon

SN1 2JH

United Kingdom

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The training will equip practitioners to understand roles/responsibilities when attending Strat Discussions, CP Conferences & Core Groups

About this event

Course takes place in a virtual classroom on MS Teams.

The training will equip practitioners to understand their roles and responsibilities when attending strategy discussions, child protection conferences and core groups.

Target group

Staff working with children, young people and/or their parents/carers who potentially contribute to assessing, planning, intervening and evaluating the needs of a child or young person and parenting capacity where there are safeguarding/child protection concerns.

Pre-course reading and materials

Please familiarise yourself with the following documents.

Child Protection Conference Induction Pack

The Right Help at The Right Time

SSP Multi Agency Child Protection Standards

Module: strategy discussions, child protection conferences and core group

Aims and objectives

Examine professional roles and responsibilities when participating in strategy discussions, Child Protection conference and Core Groups to safeguard children. (e.g. purpose of meetings, professional availability, knowledge child/family)

To demonstrate knowledge of S47 Investigations, Child Protection Conference, Core Groups and Care Proceedings and how they are configured locally.

To demonstrate knowledge and use of appropriate SSP policies, procedures and guidance (including SWCPP) when making decisions and assessing risk (including the child subject of the referral and siblings/others at risk, e.g. children/parents at another home)

To be able to demonstrate professionals roles and responsibilities in the development and contribution of outcome focused plans. (Links to standards)

To be able to demonstrate an understanding of the issues on information sharing, consent and capacity when participating in strategy discussion, CP conferences and core groups.

To explain the local SSP procedure for resolving professional disagreements (Escalation Policy).

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