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Aims and Objectives
This course provides an in-depth review of serious case reviews that have taken place in the last 13 years. The focus is upon the lessons and themes emerging from these reviews. The aim is to enable participants to use these findings to achieve better outcomes in complex and challenging child protection cases.
This course aims to make a real and practical difference in the way that professionals work together in safeguarding children.
Social Workers within Children’s Services Departments, social workers in the child care voluntary sector. It will also be of value to other professionals dealing with or referring to statutory Children’s Services.
Duration of course: Whole day (0930 – 1630 with breaks)
The course is delivered with supporting Powerpoint presentation and uses case studies. Participants will undertake some work in small groups and will participate in group discussion and debate.
Tom Owens is a registered social worker and a qualified trainer who has specialised in the field of child protection since 1991. He has written child protection procedures, training strategies and training packages for a number of local authorities and has been presenting training events since 1995.
Tom is co-author of London Safeguarding Children Board’s basic safeguarding induction training pack and ‘Competence Still Matters - a multi-agency safeguarding children training framework for London’.
He has recently played a significant role in devising a range of training packages for volunteers during the 2012 London Olympics, delivered through City Operations and the London Ambassadors Volunteers Programme.
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