8166: How to creatively gather the child’s voice

This is the final session of the initial early help training modules of 4 sessions to update your understanding of Early Help in Worcestershire.  This event will focus on  creatively  gathering  the child’s voice to inform early  help assessments and plans.  All previous Early  help training sessions will be available again later  in the year
These sessions are for: Police Officers, Probation, Housing officers, Designated Safeguarding Leads, School/College Head teachers, Teachers, Teaching Assistants, Senco's, Health Visitors, Midwives, Paediatric Nurses, School Nurses, GP's, Social Prescribers, Young Carers, Early Years staff, Youth Workers and other staff who work with children and families including voluntary services.  (this is not an exhaustive list, just to illustrate who the session is aimed at)
This session will include:
• Speakers from Education and  Health each will explore how they creatively  gather the child’s voice to  ensure the child’s lived experience is captured in Early  Help assessments and plans.   Furthermore, how this contributes to supporting children and families at the earliest opportunity
By the end of the session delegates will be able to:
• Understand and describe the importance of creatively  gathering b the childs voice
• Be able to  describe a range of techniques to  gather the child’s voice
• How to  include the child’s voice in  assessments, plans and team around the family  meetings
Next session
10:00 - 11:00
Virtual Training,  
43 Places Available