Children’s Services …


In-Trac’s well established and respected training primarily focuses on the well-being of vulnerable children and their families.

Our work with multi-professional audiences across the country enables us to constantly build and update our knowledge and skills to provide our customers with the most effective service to meet their needs.

Please click on the links below for example learning outcomes; please note that these are illustrative and all courses are tailored to individual organisations.

This is a small selection of our offer, if you do not see what you are looking for, please contact us.


Safeguarding Disabled Children – 1 Day

Safeguarding Disabled Children – 2 Days

Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) – 1 day

Adolescent to Parent Violence

Lessons from Serious Case Reviews – 1 day

Non-Accidental Injury in Children (NAI) – 1 day

Working with Physical Abuse – 1 day

Working with Emotional Abuse & Neglect – 1, 2 or 3 days

Working Effectively with Neglect – 1 day

Recognising and responding to Child Sexual Abuse

Child Sexual Exploitation


Developing Effective Supervision: Core Skills for Supervisors

Supervising to Improve Practice

Recording Reflective Supervision

Using Supervision Effectively: 1 day course for Supervisees

Supervision in Early Years

Working with Children & Families

Autism (Developing Skills), Part 1 – 1 day 

Autism (Developing Skills), Intermediate, Part 2 – 1 day

Autism, Part 3 – Exploring Sensory Awareness

Communication with Disabled Children

Capturing the Views and Wishes of Disabled Children

Direct Work with Children with Disabilities

Having Difficult Conversations with Children and Young People

Advanced Attachment training for Social Workers

Chairing Meetings

Direct Work with Children: Hearing the voice of the child – 2 days

Writing Child Permanence Reports

Care Planning and Planning for Permanency

Assessing the needs of children in situations of parental alcohol/substance misuse

Assessing the needs of children in situations of parental learning disability

Assessing the needs of children in situations of parental mental ill health

Assessing the needs of children in situations of Domestic Abuse

Working with Male Perpetrators of Domestic Abuse

Engagement with Fathers and Significant Males 

Working with Parents and Carers: Positive Parenting

Working with resistant families/disguised compliance

Best practice in social work assessments with children and families

Using an understanding of child development in child care assessments

Skills for communicating with children and young people

Life Story Work

Helping children and young people deal with bereavement/seperation and loss

The Role of Emotional Resilience in working with children & families

Understanding cultural diversity in our work with children & families

Child Development

Child Development – Child to Young Person (13-25 years) – 2 days

Child Development (0 – 12 years) – 2 days

Child and Adolescent Development

Adolescent to Parent Violence

Mental Health and managing risky behaviour in adolescence

Managing behaviour positively – 1 day

Pre-birth assessments – 1 day

Working with Trauma & Anxiety – 1 day