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NB Lunch is included on each training day
We are running open courses throughout 2019 and 2020, as follows:
Early childhood experiences have lasting, measurable consequences later in life, we therefore need to foster emotional well-being from the earliest stages of life, enhancing resilience and the importance of relationships. This will build solid foundations for overall health and well-being. See more on this course and its learning outcomes here.
The course will help you to understand child development milestones relating to play, communication, physical, behavioural, cognitive and emotional stages and apply this knowledge through enhanced skills and the use of tools.
It is designed to help you to make more accurate decisions within the time frame of the child. It will enhance your assessment skills, direct work skills and decision-making ability as they relate to child development. See more on this course and its learning outcomes here.
The course will equip workers with the understanding, ability and confidence to go out and work effectively with children, individuals and families with complex and multiple needs.
It is a 15 credit Level 4 qualification which consists of 3 units. It is THE qualification that fits latest policy and practice and meets the needs of the current workforce. We have developed a comprehensive professional guidance resource and a reflective workbook to support and embed learning. It is a 6-day face to face training course delivered by an experienced training professional followed by a comprehensive assessment process over 6 months. See more on this course and its learning outcomes here..
This course leads to a qualification which is regulated by OFQUAL. It is a 22 credit Level 5 qualification consisting of 3 units. It is run as a 6-day face to face training course followed by a comprehensive assessment process over a 6 month period.
The course is designed to develop effective leaders enabling them to use strategies to influence and provide challenge to ensure organisational objectives are met whilst enhancing stakeholder relationships and understanding and responding to a variety of national/local agendas around working with children, individuals and families. View more details about this and what the key learning outcomes are.
Working effectively with individuals and families with multiple and complex needs requires staff to bring about change and improvements in outcomes. Motivational interviewing is a powerful technique in bringing about behaviour change. This course will provide you with knowledge and awareness how to use motivational interviewing as a technique. You will consider the cycle of change and consider how to work with ambivalence. There will be opportunities to practice the techniques as well! View more details about this and what the key learning outcomes are
This one-day course provides professionals working with families where there is substance misuse the skills and knowledge to assess risks and the impact on children and young people as well as to support parental behaviour change. See more on this course and its learning outcomes here.
This one-day course is suited to social workers and partner professionals working with vulnerable children and families. It focuses on helping delegates to develop their professional curiosity and ‘thinking in practice’ skills in all forms of assessment, monitoring plans and decision-making. Research and messages from serious case reviews underpin this practical approach to improving information synthesis, evaluation and the drawing of conclusions. See more on this course and its learning outcomes here.
This training focuses on enhancing the Restorative culture within the operating environment, from frontline officers to senior leadership to ensure sustainability and resilience of the approach. See more on this course and its learning outcomes here.
Supervision is a vital part of effective working with individuals and families with multiple and complex needs. It enables the manager and organisation to identify risks in cases, manage worker stress and reflective practice and address worker competence and gaps in learning. We have developed and deliver a two day programme based on our work with multiple organisation and practitioner feedback The course develops managers who feel able to address issues and support workers to meet the needs of vulnerable children and families.
The course receives excellent feedback. See more about the course and the learning outcomes.
This practical programme will provide staff with knowledge and understanding of a variety of tools to support this. Staff will learn about genograms, chronologies, timelines, Eco maps and the family star. There will be opportunities to practice the techniques as well! See more on this course and its learning outcomes here.
To provide trauma-informed care to children, young people and families, professionals need to have an awareness and understanding of the impact of trauma on child development and learn how to effectively minimize its effects without causing additional trauma. This course provides the essentials of what practitioners need to know. See more on this course and its learning outcomes here.
This course supports learners to develop their own awareness and understanding of how unconscious bias can impact on individuals, services and decision making, It will support them to be able to promote a fair and reasonable approach with all stakeholders. See more on this course and its learning outcomes here.
The course is essential learning for any professional working with children and teenagers and will build confidence, knowledge and an ability to work more effectively on outcomes. It is suitable for all staff working directly with children and families including health staff, those based in schools and nurseries as well as staff working in children’s social care, the Early Help and Troubled Families arena. See more on this course and its learning outcomes here.
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|Course||Date(s)||Duration||Cost per person|
|Restorative Approaches Overview||November 5th 2019||1 day||£145 + vat|
|Unconscious Bias||November 26th 2019||1 day||£145 + vat|
|Child Development and Developmental Delay||January 30th 2020||1 day||£145 + vat|
|Professional Curiosity and Critical Thinking Skills||February 6th 2020||1 day||£145 + vat|
|Parental Substance Misuse: Impact, Children and Change||March 17th 2020||1 day||£145 + vat|
|Course||Date(s)||Duration||Cost per person|
|Restorative Approaches Overview||November 8th 2019||1 day||£145 + vat|
|Tools to support work with families||November 27th 2019||1 day||£145 + vat|
|Child Development and Developmental Delay||January 9th 2020||1 day||£145 + vat|
|Supervision and Staff Support||4th & 5th February 2020||2 days||£290 + vat|
|Trauma Informed Practice||February 10th 2020||1 day||£145 + vat|
|Motivational Interviewing||February 11th 2020||1 day||£145 + vat|
|Level 4 Certificate - Working with Children, Individuals and Families||24th & 25th Feb, 23rd & 24th March and 27th & 28th April 2020||6 days||From £1,995 + vat|
|Professional Curiosity and Critical Thinking Skills||February 27th 2020||1 day||£145 + vat|
|Parental Substance Misuse: Impact, Children and Change||March 11th 2020||1 day||£145 + vat|
|Understanding Baby, Child and Teenage Brain Development||March 16th 2020||1 day||£145 + vat|
|Course||Date(s)||Duration||Cost per person|
|Motivational Interviewing||February 5th 2020||1 day||£145 + vat|
|Trauma Informed Practice||February 12th 2020||1 day||£145 + vat|
|Understanding Baby, Child and Teenage Brain Development||March 9th 2020||1 day||£145 + vat|
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Our Director, Wendy Weal presents at the recent Community Care Live conference in Birmingham. It is the largest free social care event featuring popular innovations.Read more
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Government will award a total of £1.5m to fund "innovative" projects which will help to prevent young people from being radicalisedRead more
Since 2011 the Department for Education grant scheme handed out more than £200m to children's charities. This has now been cut to just £2.25m for the 18-month period up to April 2018Read more
Leaders call for council to be given more control to crack down on illegal schools and monitor home schooling.Read more
The Family and Childcare Trust has completed their analysis on how funding of free early education and childcare for three and four year olds. Findings highlight that the formula does not prioritise those areas that most need to boost childcare places.Read more
A plea from Chief children's social worker for England who is asking for greater involvement in supporting families in early helpRead more
Conservative MP John Glen called for more integrated working between agencies to improve the life chances of children.Read more
Inspectors found a large variation in police responses to CSE.Read more
9/10 social workers think planned reform do not tackle main concerns facing profession.Read more
Children Commissioner's appeal to government to support family hubsRead more
A study by the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) found that eating breakfast, or just attending a club, improves academic performance in maths and English of pupils aged six and seven in just two months.Read more
A £24m programme to improve gaps in mental health treatment for young offenders.Read more
Children’s service leaders are supporting Edward Timpson’s idea of a new professional body for social work which to be supported by the government.Read more
ADCS Safeguarding Pressures research has provided evidence of trends in safeguarding activity and the provision of services to children and their families based on information from local authorities in five phases spanning 2007/8 to 2015/16.Read more
Increasing numbers of children have been let down in 2016.Read more
The DfE have announced who has been successful to receive £11m of innovation funding.Read more
The two organisations agreed to share information about complaints which in turn will help drive improvements in children’s services.Read more
An announcement by the Department of Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) and Cabinet Office encourages bids from Early Years organisations.Read more
Theresa May announces that a review will be carried out on the children and young people’s mental health services urging an improvement in this area to be a priority.Read more
Government has set up a £50m grant scheme to create 9,000 more childcare places and to help government deliver it’s free childcare pledge.Read more
The Fostering Network has collated the views of foster carers through their State of the Nation survey. They found that ¾ of looked after children in the UK are cared for by foster families, meaning that improving the outcomes for children in care must start with improving foster care.Read more
In the past year 74% of colleges in England had sent students experiencing mental health issues to A&E.Read more
The Ministry of Justice has been criticised for its "weak" response to a major review of youth justice.Read more
In summer 2015, NHS England and the Department for Education (DfE) jointly launched the Mental Health Services and Schools Link Pilots.Read more
A new report from The Communication Trust presents the findings of consultation with the children and young people’s workforce.Read more
Leeds Council has been awarded £9.6m from the Department for Education's innovation fund.Read more
An anaysis by EIF (Early Invention Foundation) shows children from less well-off families are more likely to experience emotional and behavioural problems at age 5 and do less well academically at age 10-16.Read more
Government criticised by Members of the Health Select Committee.Read more
Government aims to train more than 3,000 new social workers through fast-track schemes.Read more
A newly released report contains findings from the baseline survey of families.Read more
The government body responsible for public health, Public Health England (PHE) has said that it will ensure that local authorities fulfil their duty to provide health visitor checks for young children.Read more
The Association of Directors of Children’s Services Ltd (ADCS) welcomes the opportunity respond to the draft of the National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE) child abuse and neglect guideline.Read more
This overview summarises outputs from the Early Intervention Foundation (EIF) about why action to tackle inter-parental conflict matters for children and families who are in or at risk of poverty.Read more
There has been a record increase in the number of children receiving additional support for special educational needs (SEN), with the figure rising by more than 30,000 in a single year.Read more
A recent strategy aiming to give children and young people a chance to have a voice and with the help of the Youth Justice Board as well as the Beyond Youth Custody programme it will consider the implications for work with young people leaving custody.Read more
School and college staff in England have concerns that the government anti-radicalisation strategy is increasing stigmatisation of Muslim students, research has found.Read more
A report on maternal obesity by the All Parliamentary Party Group (APPG) on Fit and Healthy Childhood needs to be revised.Read more
The ‘’Time for Change report by the Social Mobility Commission calls for a substantial investment in early years education for disadvantaged children.Read more
Growth of academies could seriously impact of the policy introduced by the Government in 2010.Read more
EIF has published a summary report of key findings and interventions to be effective in improving outcomes for vulnerable children.Read more
A DfE funded social care initiative has been evaluated by Dartington Social Research Unit and found to have "the potential to support many vulnerable families at low cost including a significant proportion of those children that were on the edge of the care system".Read more
A recent report has set out the findings of a small-scale study undertaken by Cafcass, with Women’s Aid, looking at domestic abuse allegations in 216 child contact cases.Read more
A report published by Play England explores how local, resident-led street play initiatives and programmes are being taken forward in disadvantaged areas of England, in response to concerns about the decline in children’s opportunities for outdoor play.Read more
The DfE provided funding for innovation in Hertfordshire for the setting up of Family Safeguarding teams.Read more
A multi-agency hub bringing together social workers, police and health professionals has helped convict 18 members of a child sex abuse ring.Read more
A new report suggests the reshaping of services is needed.Read more
MPs and Peers have worked together to support the Government in delivering policies aimed at strengthening families, as part of its wider ambition for social reform.Read more
Research by the leading UK’s children’s charity Barnardos suggests that nearly half of England’s care leavers may be suffering with mental health problems.Read more
An influential group of MPs that probes government policy on children and young people will focus on the issues of social justice and productivity over the term of the current parliament, it has been announced.Read more
A decision was made by Justine Greening, Education Secretary, following an Ofsted report found that Tower Hamlets Council was failing to perform.Read more
An alliance of early years leaders, academics and charities is recommending to the government to ensure a qualified early years teacher leads all nurseries in deprived areas within the next three years.Read more
It is expected that all four and five year olds will sit baseline tests on entering reception.Read more
A report has been issues by OFSTED which is about the second joint targeted area inspection programme, which began in September 2016 and which examined ‘the multi-agency response to children living with domestic abuse’.Read more
A further fall in spending by £112m in a year on early years services.Read more
The Pause Project is due to expand further after a funding boost from the lottery funding.Read more
The Department for Education has set aside up to £20m to encourage councils to support each other to improve children's services standards.Read more
A report called 'Making the Difference' addresses why teachers should be provided with skills to support pupils who are at risk of being excluded.Read more
The Children’s Commissioner for England, Anne Longfield sets out the shockingly poor support children with mental health services are receiving from the NHS.Read more
DfE commissions report into the fostering systemRead more
Ministry of Justice welcomes Lord Farmer's recommendations to strengthen family ties to help offenders turn their lives around and protect public safety.Read more
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Investment in victim and witness waiting room in courts.Read more
The Department for Education-commissioned a report into the fostering system.Read more
The Active in Mind project launches this month to improve children’s mental health and will be evaluated, and its successes shared, by academics at Leeds Beckett University.Read more
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Read more about a new programme designed to equip workers with the understanding, ability and confidence to go out and work effectively with children, individuals and families.Read more
This Annual brings together different perspectives on success and collaborative working for parental mental health and child welfare professionals.
Our own Wendy Weal has a section (Chapter 11 p75-77) on the schools vulnerability tool.
Effective Supervision, Skills to Work Effectively with Complex Families and Child Sexual Exploitation are training events happening across the UK between September and October 2015...read more...Read more
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Increase in radicalisation cases in family courts
Increasing numbers of cases involving children whose parents are planning to travel to areas of Syria controlled by Islamic State are coming before family courts, the country’s top family judge has warned.
Concerns over school childcare provision plans
Education Secretary Nicky Morgan said parents in England will be given the right to request schools provide childcare for the full working day during term time and in the holidays. But the childcare sector has voiced concerns about the plans.
School staff concerned over rising levels of pupil anxiety
Cuts to child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS) have been condemned by teachers' leaders amid concerns over rising levels of stress and anxiety among pupils.
Transfer of public health services for under-fives
Parents will see "massive benefits" for their children as a result of responsibility for public health services for under-fives transferring to local authorities, the Local Government Association (LGA) has said.
More five-year-olds achieve good level of development.
The DfE state that more five-year-olds are reaching expected levels of development than ever before. The early years foundation stage profile results shows improving attainment for children in early years settings with the number of children who achieved a good level of development increasing by 5.9% over the last year.
Charities demand government strategy for children of prisonersRead more
The Early Intervention Foundation have published reports which state that children and young people may be at risk of gang involvement or violent lifestyles can be identified in children as young as seven.Read more
Government minister Sam Gyimah has said that more than 250 schools will trial a new initiative... read more...Read more
We are delighted that MP Tim Loughton has endorsed our new Level 4 training 'Working with vulnerable children, individuals and families' programme.He has also agreed to write a foreword for the comprehensive learner recourse explaining to learners how valuable their role is in transforming the lives of vulnerable families.Read more
An award-winning service that places specialist youth workers in hospital emergency departments in an effort to tackle gang violence is to be expanded across London. The initiative, set up a decade ago by south London youth charity Redthread at King's College Hospital in Denmark Hill, will now be extended to all four major trauma centres in London following a £600,000 grant awarded by the Mayor of London's office.Read more
A House of Lords Committee on Affordable Childcare is calling for a radical rethink in childcare funding to ensure disadvantaged children are prioritised.Read more
A report by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on A Fit and Healthy Childhood has put forward 100 recommendations for improving the health and wellbeing of children, many focused on stopping the rise in the number of overweight children.Read more
MPs have stated that age-appropriate personal, social, health and economic (PSHE) education, which includes sex and relationships education (SRE) should be introduced as compulsory subjects in all state primary and secondary schools.Read more
A report ‘One Hundred Days For Early Action’ from Community Links-led group Early Action Task Force argues that political parties have so far failed to effectively promote the importance of intervening earlier to support families and children.Read more
The report notes that the rate of decline of violence against children and young people is almost double fall in injuries caused by violent attacks overall.Read more
The guidance suggests that that named doctors for looked-after children are allocated at least four hours per week to handle a caseload of 400 children in care. Also each specialist nurse should have a caseload of 100 looked-after children.Read more
UK Youth, state that they are increasingly hearing concerns about young people's mental health being raised in youth work settings...Read more
We do not have sufficient high-quality information about what is happening to the health of our children...read more...Read more
We are delighted to be carrying out an evaluation of the operational, strategic and cost effectiveness of Islington’s Early Help Family Support Services.Read more
Research by the London School of Economics (LSE), Manchester University and York University found that poverty has increased since the coalition government came to power in 2010, and predicted it will get worse in the next five years.Read more
Simon Bailey, chief constable of Norfolk Police and the Association of Chief Police Officer’s lead on child protection and abuse investigations, said that failures to share information and work together are hindering attempts by police and children’s social services to tackle child sexual exploitation.Read more
A Commons home affairs committee report on mental health illness within the criminal justice system is highly critical of the continued use of police cells for children and young people experiencing a mental health crisis and lack of available alternative places of safety.Read more
The government intends to change the law to make reporting suspected cases of female genital mutilation (FGM) mandatory prior to May’s general election.Read more
The Family Drug and Alcohol Court (FDAC) initiative is to be expanded across five more areas (Coventry, Kent and Medway, Plymouth, Torbay and Exeter, and West Yorkshire) after a £2.5m investment through the government’s Children's Social Care Innovation Fund.Read more
Cuts to early help services have been blamed for a dramatic increase in the number of visits to hospital emergency departments by young people in mental health crisis.Read more
A research report on child neglect by the Childhood Wellbeing Research Centre, says that while recognition of untreated dental disease as an indicator of broader child neglect is improving, in young children it still tends to be “unidentified and not communicated” by health professionals.Read more
A study by the National Children’s Bureau (NCB) of five areas piloting health checks and early years progress when a child reaches 24 to 30 months, found that joint assessment of young children’s health and developmental needs improves information sharing by staff and ensures early help is put in place as well as being effective in identifying hard-to-reach children and engaging their parents in services.Read more
It is excellent to be working with an area where the commitment to the transformation of whole family work in East Sussex was embedded strategically prior to the influence of the national Troubled Families (TF) Programme.Read more
The course will equip workers with the understanding, ability and confidence to go out and work effectively with children, individuals and families with complex and multiple needs.Read more
Our full range of consultancy support and training for childrens servicesRead more
LB of Tower Hamlets wanted to embed an accredited program into their whole family working framework. This training was to coincide with changes in the authority and a will of LBTH to invest in their staff.Read more
Barnsley were looking for a training provider to support their recent restructure to whole family working and implementation of its Family Support offer in both the Early Help and Troubled Families agenda.Read more
Interface worked with Haringey Early Help Executive group members to develop a 3 module training programme for front line staff and those involved in the wider early help offer. The package of support was to integrate the new Early help workflow in to practice and embrace the culture change that this would bring. This bespoke course was delivered over 40 training days.Read more
Cheshire West and Chester have a strong internal whole family working vision and agenda and were looking for a training organisation to support with further implementation and training for its wider partners.Read more
Halton Borough Council is in the process of further developing and implementing an integrated multi-agency approach to supporting children, young people, families and vulnerable adults across the continuum from Early Intervention to statutory safeguarding services.Read more
We were commissioned to provide an independent evaluation of the Adults with Complex Needs Service.Read more
We were commissioned to provide training for WSCC Staff dealing with customers on a regular basis who have complex issues around drug addiction/alcoholism and mental health.Read more
West London Zone is inspired by the Harlem Children’s Zone (HCZ), a ‘cradle-to-college’ pipeline of support for children. The HCZ approach is to do ‘whatever it takes’ to help young people escape generational disadvantage – with the ambition to achieve a ‘tipping point’ whereby the whole community has a positive experience of learning, work and family life.Read more
Darlington City Council are focussed on developing a whole council approach to the new responsibilities created by the Children and Families Act and the Care Act to consider the needs of the whole family, delivery of coordinated packages of support and the protection of children and young people from excessive or inappropriate caring roles.Read more
Warrington Borough Council has implemented an integrated multi-agency approach to supporting children, young people, families and vulnerable adults across the continuum from Early Intervention to statutory safeguarding services.Read more
Halton Borough Council is in the process of developing and implementing an integrated multi-agency approach to supporting children, young people, families and vulnerable adults across the continuum from Early Intervention to statutory safeguarding services.Read more
Stockton Council have developed ‘A Fairer Start’ ethos and philosophy that aims to ensure that every child has the best start.Read more
We are delighted to be working with the Early Help team in Central Bedfordshire to support them and increase their understanding around parental Capacity to Change.Read more
We are delighted to be working with Northern Ireland HSCB Early Intervention Social Worker teams - providing the Capacity to Change Programme developed by the The University of Bristol.Read more
Raising awareness about Mental Health and the impact of mental health issues on families is a key objective of Cheshire West and Chester local authority.Read more
Darlington required a number of voluntary and statutory partners within the borough to become more aware of the concept of whole family working in line with the Care Act 2014.Read more
Tower hamlets commissioned Interface to run this brand new accredited course following our delivery of 4 previous city and guilds accredited courses.Read more
Camden Council were looking for a training provider that could help embed their ‘Resilient Families’ Early Help agenda to a large number of multi-agency staff. We delivered a series of one-day introductory sessions to multi-agency professionals to raise awareness following the restructure of the Early Help offer for families in the borough.Read more
Interface provided a one-day training session aimed at Children Social Care Social Workers to increase the quality of written assessments for newly appointed and existing staff.Read more
We carried an evaluation of the Yorkshire Urban and Rural Social Work Teaching Partnership. The partnership consists of four local authorities and two universities:Read more
Interface delivered a one-day practice-based program to staff form a range of disciplines, including nursery, children’s social care, school and youth support.Read more
Following a successful delivery of 4 Level 4 accredited programs to multi agency staff in the LB Tower Hamlets we were approached by Workpath to deliver a bespoke program to meet the needs of their workforce.Read more
Interface delivered a one-day practice-based program to a range of staff in Brighton and Hove. The authority was looking for a skills-based program that would deliver a course to meet the needs of multi-disciplinary staff to update their knowledge including the latest research on brain development and offer practice examples to input and improve their interventions and practice.Read more
LB of Hounslow were undergoing a restructure of their wider early help service and offer. The 4 day skills based training was offered to staff working in their targeted youth service, children’s centre’s and family support service. The training supported the new thinking and allowed staff to consider the changes in Hounslow, what was working well and recommendations for feedback to service managers.Read more
We were commissioned to provide support for school leaders across Bracknell Forest around holding motivational conversations. This is a powerful technique in bringing about behaviour change and
Great Yarmouth Borough Council (GYBC) and partners were successful in acquiring funding from DCLG as part of the Delivering Differently in Communities programme.Read more
Interface were appointed to provide West Sussex Children's Commissioner in Public Health Directorate with information and understanding about the experience and activity for those young people moving between Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services...Read more
Interface provides an in-depth programme for school staff working directly with cases who are subject to or at risk of being subject to a child protection plan...Read more
This briefing offers head teachers, governors and school staff a summary of the key evidence that highlights the link between health and wellbeing and educational attainment, written by Public Health England.Read more
“Clare was very knowledgeable and excellent deliverer of the subject and I feel Clare was excellent in regards to ensuring I understood the material.Learner on the Think Family course (London)
“It really has been an absolute pleasure to know you! I love your teaching style and cannot express how much I got out of the sessions. It was a therapeutic and extremely positive experience. I feel it will benefit my practise/ approaches with families so very much. I actually did not want it to end!Level 4 Course, Tower Hamlets
“We approached Interface to discuss the delivery of their Supervision training in-house for our organisation. Their proposed solution allowed for us to tailor the training to exactly meet our needs. The trainers delivery was engaging and inclusive. She used lots of relevant and practical examples imparting her extensive knowledge. Delegates left the training with specific individual plans which should have a positive impact on their practice of supervision.Wendy Such (Parenting Coordinator, Bracknell Forest)
“Thank you! The trainer was extremely knowledgeable, the course was really useful to me and I learnt a great deal that will be of use.Ashmead Primary School Teacher
“Interface were very flexible in meeting our organisation’s needs. The trainer’s style was particularly effective in holding, supporting and gently challenging staff during a period of significant change and subsequent uncertainty. Her training style is clear, warm, appropriately challenging and encourages reflection. She has fed back regularly to managers on any wider issues that have been raised during the training and that we should be considering which is particularly helpful. Feedback from participants has been consistently positive about the quality of the delivery of the training.Kirsten Carr, Early Help Transformation and Impact Manager (London Borough of Haringey)
“Our approach to early help was inadequate as was our Troubled Families programme, overall we were not fit for families and as a result we were failing. Interface worked alongside us as we built our new Early Help offer, enabling external trouble shooting, facilitation of the identification of solutions and growing practitioners that had all the skills but were lacking in confidence and application. Interface worked alongside us. They were excellent and professional throughout. The outcomes were excellent with a recent Ofsted inspection praising within our Early Help teams.
“It was very comprehensive. The course was adapted as it progressed. The trainer great at thinking on her feet and amending course content.