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Convenient and easy to sign up to, see our stimulating courses below. If you can't make the open courses talk to us and we can bring these to you in house. Our open courses will benefit:
NB Lunch is included on each training day
We are running open courses throughout 2020, as follows:
This course, run on a virtual basis in 4 interactive group sessions, provides an introduction to contextual safeguarding covering:
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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 and 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. See more on this course and its learning outcomes here.
This course provides learners with an understanding of the function of early brain development and its impact on children and young people’s life chances. The programme will explore the impact of poverty and complex needs in families on baby brain development.
Professionals will learn the key elements of teenage brain development which will underpin their ability to support parents and young people to ensure plans and interventions take into account the developmental needs of the child/young person. See more on this course and its learning outcomes here.
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.
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|Course||Date(s)||Duration||Cost per person|
|Level 4 Certificate - Working with Children, Individuals & Families||Starting mid October 2020||Virtual sessions over several months||£1,500 + vat|
|Level 5 Leadership and Management Certificate - Working with Children, Individuals and Families||Starting mid October 2020||Virtual sessions over several months||£1,795 + vat|
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We had 3 local authority areas attend our London open training course, they appreciated learning together and exploring how their services are working with families in the early help arena.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
Interface are delighted to be providing Effective Staff Support and Supervision Training for a group of schools in Coventry.Read more
London Staff support/Supervision Training 23-24th November 2015...Read more
Newcastle Staff support/Supervision Training 19-20th October 2015...Read more
Birmingham Staff support/Supervision Training 19-20th October 2015...Read more
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
“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.