Effective assessments depend upon the ability of workers to gather clear and effective information from a variety of sources; other professionals, family members and children. Understanding how and when to effectively communicate between all stakeholders and developing a common language is key to this process.
We are aware that since Working Together 2013, many authorities are taking different approaches to early help assessments and we provide variety of training solutions to meet those needs.
Follow the link below for aims and outcomes.
- An introduction to social work assessments for children and families – 2 days
- Assessing the needs of children in situations of domestic violence – 1 day
- Assessing the needs of children in situations of parental learning disability – 1 day
- Assessing the needs of children in situations of parental mental ill health – 2 days
- Authoritative social work practice in the assessed and supported year and beyond – 1 day course
- Developing effective child care plans – 1 day
- Nurturing emotional resilience – 1 day course
- Putting analysis into assessment: assessing the needs of children in complex family environments – 2 days
- Assessing the needs of children of substance and/or alcohol misusing parents – 1 day
- The role of emotional resilience in working with children and families – 1 day