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This course is suitable for social workers who already have experience of attending court and have completed introductory Court Work Skills training.
Social work practitioners are often involved in complex care proceedings over an extended period of time. During this they will be required to liaise with parties, instruct expert witnesses, take part in negotiations outside the court or be invited to be the ‘experts’ themselves.
This course is provided by barristers at Crown Office Row for experienced social work practitioners to consolidate and build on their existing court work skills
Priority booking is being given to Newly Qualified Social Workers as this course is part of the syllabus for the Assessed and Supported Year in Employment.
Non-NQSWs are welcome to book onto this date, but will only receive confirmation of a place if there is capacity. You will be notified by email if you have been successful.
This course will run for non-AYSEs on 10th July 2017.Essential Information
This course explains an approach to meaningfully involve people with learning disabilities in day to day activities and how to support people in developing life skills.
This training is provided by the Behaviour Support Team, (Psychology Service), Community Learning Disability Team.Essential Information
This course is aimed at social care professionals from both provider and assessment services who want to understand more about working with people with a personality disorder. This basic awareness course is informed by current research and will encourage you to integrate the knowledge and research into your practiceEssential Information
This session has been designed to give an overview of Adolescent to Parent Violence (APV) to raise awareness of the topic and provide participants with an opportunity to explore the dynamics of the issue as a profile of domestic abuse. Information will be provided on definitions, background theories, prevalence, risk factors, case studies and behaviour patterns. Consideration will be given to the problems with engaging with families around this issue and an overview of current service provision will be provided.Essential Information