Permanency and care planning - 1 day
Southwark Employees Price: £0 Associates Price: £0
Venue: Training Room G02c, Ground Floor, 160 Tooley Street, London, SE1 2QH
Length: 1 day
Who is it for?
This course is for staff within children's social care.
What does it cover?
This course covers...
- Care planning – what makes a good plan, when should they begin,
- Developing good quality plans for children who require permanence, which are both evidence based and analytical.
- Family capacity to change
- Legal Framework for care planning – reference to Southwark’s procedures and reflection on the legal framework.
- The role of planning reunification and the NSPCC framework and toolkit
- What makes a good pathway plan for young people
- Reviews – the role of the chair, SW and IRO and the responsibility to consider permanence at every stage of planning until the plan has been agreed.
What are the course outcomes?
Participants will be able to...
- Demonstrate an understanding of the purpose and process of good care planning.
- Understand when to start the care plan for children.
- Understand the legal framework for care planning for the individual needs of the child, including permanence planning.
- Understand how to establish a family's capacity to change.
- Create good quality plans for children who require permanence, which are both evidence based and analytical.
- Understand the role of planning in reunification of children, using the NSPCC framework & toolkit.