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Graduated Pathway Training Modules

Various training workshops are available at locations across the County.  If you wish to see all of the training modules with date, location and booking information, simply select View all Services.

To search for specific training workshops simply type the word highlighted in the following descriptions into the keyword search box at the top of the page.  Once results are displayed, you can then filter by area.

Awareness Sessions - Graduated Pathway of Early Help & Support

A 2 hour awareness session for practitioners working in the community, e.g. in schools, voluntary and community sector, health services etc.  The sessions will explain the developed Graduated Pathway as well as the supporting tools, key principles of the early help approach and will give you the opportunity to ask any questions you may have.

Outcomes Focussed Planning Workshop

This training will enable practitioners to support and work with partner agencies around completing child and family plans.

Chronologies & Genograms Workshop

This training will help practitioners to understand what chronologies and genograms are, and look at the role they play in helping us to explore and understand the child,  young person and their family’s story.

Listening to Children Workshop

To explore the importance of listening to children and young people and how we can gain their views in order to inform and shape assessments, plans and team around the family meetings.

Assessment and Analysis Workshop

Thinking creatively about how to gather, interpret and analyse information to produce accurate and family friendly assessments to support children, young people and their   families.

Team around the Child/Family Workshop

Enabling practitioners to feel confident participating in and sharing Team Around the Child/Family meetings as a means to support a proactive and multi agency Early Help response.

Creative Ways of Meeting Needs Workshop

Identifying creative and collaborative ways of meeting Needs.

 

 

 

 

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