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Chinara Enterprises has a team of associates that cover a range of specialisms, which include social work, coaching, mentoring, project management, training and business development. We are pleased to launch our Summer programme. All the courses take place online using Zoom and each session length is 90 minutes.

Course Title: Meeting the CPD requirements for Social Work England

Facilitator: Carol Stewart: Director Chinara Enterprises

Target Audience: Registered Social Workers

Learning Objectives


This event aims to :
Talk through the key changes for social workers with regards to meeting the professional standards
To talk through the  CPD requirements
To work through examples on how to meet the requirements
To hear about the support available from  Chinara Enterprises to meet the requirement

Register your interest carol@carolchinaraenterprises-com


Fee: £35 + VAT and eventbrite fees


Course Title: Improving social work impact & outcomes by building personal resilience

Facilitator: Jan Carpenter

Target Audience: Social Workers

Learning Objectives

Learn how to let go of negative and traumatic stress.
Develop resilience building lifestyle habits to optimise your wellbeing and performance.
Improve your social work impact and outcomes.

Register your interest carol@carolchinaraenterprises-com

Fee: £35 + VAT and booking fee

Course Title: Triple planning for Unaccompanied Asylum seeking young people

Facilitator: Tosin Mason

Target Audience: Social Workers working with young people

Learning Objectives

Those that attend this course will gain knowledge of:

How to have difficult discussions with young people regarding Triple planning

Application of Triple planning to pathway plan and care planning .

Greater awareness of aware of how to address the care needs of unaccompanied young people in the context of the wider asylum and immigration legislation

Gain a better understanding of the impact of immigration status on access to public funds at 18, including benefits and accommodation.

Gain a better insight of leaving care entitlement for UASC care leavers aged 18 to 21

How to consider contingencies for durable and best interest plans for young people who are likely to return to their country of origin.

Register your interest carol@carolchinaraenterprises-com

Fee: £35 + VAT and booking fee

Course Title: Resilience Through Coaching

Facilitator: Fiona Bryan

Target Audience: For professionals working in any sector who wish to develop their personal and professional resilience

Learning Objectives

Develop an understanding of what ‘being resilient’ means
Explore how resilient you are currently
Sharing values and reflect on what’s important
To identify personal resilience goals using the “Wheel of Life”
Group (blind) coaching to set and start addressing personal resilience goals

Register your interest carol@carolchinaraenterprises-com

Fee: £35 + VAT and booking fee

Course Title: Dealing with Difficult and Challenging Conversations

Facilitator: Jill Webb

Target Audience: Social Workers who work with those in need of care and support, working in adult’s or children’s social care

Learning Objectives

By the end of the session you will:

Have considered what makes conversations difficult

Identified some strategies for deal with challenging situations

Use case studies to develop your skills in this arena

Register your interest carol@carolchinaraenterprises-com

Fee: £35 + VAT and booking fee

Course Title: Introduction to Direct Work with Young People

Facilitator: Tosin Mason

Target Audience: Social Workers

Learning Objectives


The purpose and importance of direct work with children/ Young person in gaining an understanding of the child’s views, wishes and feelings
Planning of direct work – having a focus / purpose of the session, identifying the appropriate tools, preparing the logistics of the session, preparing the child or young person
Skills required working directly with children and young people
The various creative ways undertaking direct work with children when there are time constraints

Register your interest carol@carolchinaraenterprises-com

Fee: £35 + VAT and and booking fee

Course Title: CV Writing and Interview Skills

Facilitator: Fiona Bryan

Target Audience: For professionals working in any sector who would like to improve their CV and develop interview skills

Learning Objectives
• Knowing who you are
• Knowing how to write about who you are
• Knowing how to express yourself

Date: 8 July 11 am – 12.30 pm

Register your interest carol@carolchinaraenterprises-com

Course Title: Understanding , Stress, Pressure and Burnout

Facilitator: Sarah Jones

Target Audience: For professionals working in any sector who would like to develop an understanding on factors that contribute to stress

Learning Objectives

By the end of this course, delegates will be able to:
• Define what is meant by stress, pressure and burnout
• Understand the main causes of stress and burnout
• Recognise the signs and symptoms of stress and burnout
• Understand the impact of stress on an individual’s performance

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Fee: £35 + VAT and booking fee

Course Title: Cultural Competence in Social Work Practice

Facilitator: Andrea Goddard

Target Audience: Social Workers

Learning Objectives

Participants will have an understanding of what constitutes “cultural competence”
Participants will demonstrate an understanding of the importance of self-reflection and be able to assess one’s own biases, stereotypes and level of cultural competence
Participants will be able to identify how culture might affect and influence a persons decision making, choices and preferences
Participants will have an increased knowledge of how to communicate and work effectively, confidently and competently within a cross-cultural context
Participants will demonstrate an increase in assessment skills, communication skills, report writing skills and reflective skills as part of a life-long learning process

Date: 10 July 12pm – 1.30 pm

Fee: £35 + VAT and booking fee

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Course Title: Learning Cycle and Reflective Learning

Facilitator: Shahilla Barok

Target Audience: For professionals working in any sector who wish to understand and develop their learning style

Learning Objectives

This 90 minute webinar covers:

• Identify how you learn best

• Introduction to the Learning Cycle

• Apply the learning cycle to your learning style

• Describe meaningful reflection

• Embed reflective learning to your course

• Use spacing to embed learning

Date: 14 July 12pm -1.30 pm

Fee: £35 + VAT and booking fee

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Course Title: Introduction to Working with Gangs

Facilitator: Tosin Mason

Target Audience: Social Workers, Youth Workers or professionals working with young people

Learning Objectives

Those that attend the course will gain knowledge of:

• The ways gangs are defined and how gang violence is measured

• The risk factors for gang membership, and the warning signs that a young person is in a gang

• The roles girls play in gangs and why they join

• The role of sexual exploitation within gangs

• County lines

• Racial bias regarding gangs and how to challenge your own thinking.

• Ways to address the topic with young people who are involved.

• The importance of inter-agency cooperation and intervening early

• The role of the police, hospitals, and third sector groups in preventing gang recruitment and violence

Date: 16 July 4pm-5.30 pm

Fee: £35 + VAT and booking fee

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If you have any queries about any of these events please email admin@carolchinaraenterprises-com

We look forward to seeing you at these events.

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