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To provide male carers with a perspective on their role in the care of looked after children. To highlight the key areas that men can influence, how they can influence and why it is important for looked after children to see a positive male role model.Essential Information
This session is a live interactive virtual event, delivered through Zoom, for Administrative and support staff.
It will enable administrative and support staff who work directly with families to be more confident and capable when holding difficult conversations.
Once you have successfully booked a place on this event, full joining instructions and guidance will be provided with your confirmation email.
Participants will be introduced to a new set of practice principles that have been designed by East Sussex practitioners and consider how to integrate holding difficult conversations with families with Solution Focus and Motivational Interviewing techniques.
All registered participants are required to watch this 8 minute introductory video from the trainer Phil Jones in advance of participating in this workshop.Essential Information
This live interactive virtual classroom training introduces practitioners to contemporary trauma theory and principles of trauma informed practice that can be applied across a range of professional roles. The training will be delivered through Microsoft Teams over four 90 minute sessions with reading/homework for participants between each session to facilitate the learning.
In recent years, there has been an increased awareness that traumatic experiences are common among children and families interacting with children’s social care, and addressing trauma is essential for their health, safety and recovery. However, professionals often feel ill-equipped to understand and effectively respond to trauma in a way that promotes safety, resilience, strength, and hope.
The interactive training will provide space for practitioners to reflect on their practice and the impact of trauma on both themselves and the families they work with; practice new skills; and develop knowledge in relation to culturally sensitive, trauma informed practice.
Important. Please see "Additional Information" for joining instructions.Essential Information
Schools experience significant challenges in responding to and managing incidents of peer on peer harmful sexual behaviour; managing and reducing concerns in relation to child sexual exploitation and responding to and supporting children and young people who have been affected by sexual abuse. This training will support delegates to develop their knowledge of how to support children and young people affected by such issues and how to manage any identified risks. This live interactive virtual classroom training will be delivered online through Microsoft Teams over 6 sessions, with each section lasting 3 hours. Joining instructions will be sent out nearer to the course date.
|Session||Session Date||Session Time||Session Venue||Map|
|1||21 October 2020||10:00 - 13:00||Virtual Classroom||Map|
|2||18 November 2020||10:00 - 13:00||Virtual Classroom||Map|
|3||16 December 2020||10:00 - 13:00||Virtual Classroom||Map|
|4||13 January 2021||10:00 - 13:00||Virtual Classroom||Map|
|5||10 February 2021||10:00 - 13:00||Virtual Classroom||Map|
|6||10 March 2021||10:00 - 13:00||Virtual Classroom||Map|