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Practice Reflection Workshop - Theme TBC - All our face to face courses are currently cancelled - please see our eLearning section for our virtual training and online courses

Event date: 11/19/2020 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM Export event

Due to Covid-19 all our face to face training is currently CANCELLED - we do have a range of virtual training, online courses, webinar and podcasts that are available please go to the 'eLearning' or 'webinar and podcast' section within learning and development on the safeguarding website.

Date: Thursday 19th November 2020 (10:00 -12:30)

Venue: Education Development Centre, Pelsall Lane, Rushall, WS4 1NG

Practice Reflection Workshop - Theme: TBC

Target Group: Level All

This training is particularly relevant for all staff, volunteers working in the statutory, voluntary, community or independent sectors


These workshops will provide some vital time out for any practitioner working with children or adults to embed good practice through reflecting on case studies. Themes for reflection will be linked to our safeguarding partnership key priorities. The workshops will also provide a great opportunity to connect with other professionals and organisations helping you to provide better support to children and adults.

 Learning Outcomes:

This workshop will bring an opportunity to reflect on a family currently in need of help presented by a family support worker and their manager. We will reflect on the barriers of providing the right help and the impact this has on the family, practitioners and organisations. Through solution circles we will use the knowledge and expertise in the room to identify what the right help would look like and how this can be secured, and importantly what we expect the impact to be.

To Book a place please complete the form below.

Further Information:


01922 650715


Trainers from across the partnership

Venue Details:

Education Development Centre, Pelsall Lane, Rushall, WS4 1NG


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