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Overview

This course aims to give participants the opportunity to reflect upon, develop and maintain skills and attributes of professional curiosity in practice. It will consider the importance of healthy scepticism and respectful uncertainty, encouraging workers to fact check and cross reference as an evidence base; to attune to their professional instincts.

Who is Professional Curiosity in Practice aimed at?

Staff in Children Social Care

Course Length

1 day

Learning Outcomes

By the end of the course delegates will be able to:-

  • Understanding the core principles and being professionally curious & review of core assessment skills
  • Use of tools to help you maintain a level of healthy scepticism in practice
  • Skills in developing hypothesis in order to strengthening practice, understanding of risk and build professional relationships
  • Support you to maintaining a focus on the child's daily lived experience in assessment and practice to inform action and outcomes
  • Evidencing your professional curiosity in your recording & in assessments
  • Confidence in adopting an evidenced-based approach to analysis

 

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