Cultural Competence; working with faith, religion and beliefs
We all live and work in a multicultural and multi-faith nation. As professionals working with children and families, we face considerable challenges attempting to understand the particular safeguarding issues arising for diverse groups of children.
We will explore, through presentations, discussions and case studies:
- The values and beliefs of different faiths, belief systems and religions
- Exploring beliefs and culture in relation to family, parenting, education and behaviour
- Intersectionality: power or complexity?
- The need for good self-awareness of our own culture and beliefs
- Frameworks for exploring the importance of faith and belief with children and families
- Steps to consider when worried that beliefs, culture or religion may be linked to abuse
- All courses are offered on a Face to Face or Virtual basis.
- Bespoke & Open Training Courses Available.
We facilitated a session between Stockton Borough Council and Family Action who have been awarded a contract to deliver services across the area. Over a full day we worked with key senior leaders to consider vision, aims, risks and governance and create an action plan for the next few months.
We were delighted to be chosen to provide a large-scale training programme encompassing Trauma Informed Practice and Motivational Interviewing across a wide multi agency workforce across Cheshire West and Chester.
PACT were looking to update their staff support and supervision practice across the whole organisation with a particular emphasis on Reflective Practice.
We provided a 2-day core programme for a range of staff in the early help and social care teams.
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