Assessment skills - critical analysis
An interactive session for all staff working day to day with children and families to build on their assessment and analysis skills.
We will offer professionals an opportunity to enhance skills they already have and focus on what we have learnt through research and good practice.
Have a clear understanding of:
- The principles underpinning assessments of children and their families
- The purpose of any assessment and their legal mandate
- How to analyse the information
Using research and learning from serious case reviews to understand the:
- Importance of multi-agency, holistic assessments, which capture the voice of the child and as far as possible, work in partnership with parents
- Need to utilise the families’ strengths as well identifying the risks posed to the child(ren), alongside any gaps in information,
- Necessity of a framework within which to analyse the information gathered
- Importance of translating assessment findings into a SMART plan to promote the welfare of the child/ren
Increase confidence in:
- Assessing the welfare of children at risk
- All courses are offered on a Face to Face or Virtual basis.
- Bespoke & Open Training Courses Available.
Interface have been busy over the last year supporting the transition to Family Wellbeing Centres (FWCs) and skilling up the workforce in their Early Help model.
We have been providing one-to-one support for social workers involved in difficult cases
The Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC) were looking for a training provider to develop and deliver a programme of staff training and ongoing workforce development for all staff working in the Transitions to Adulthood Hub,
We conducted an evaluation between December 2018 and January 2020 on the Teaching Partnership which was funded (by DfE and DHSC) to improve the quality of social work teaching and training.
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