As adult social workers under the Care Act, our objective is to use the 6 principles of safeguarding: Empowerment, Prevention, Protection, Partnership, Proportionality, Accountability. We should be aware of the options available to work with clients in a way that empowers them and engages them in partnership to access their own motivation to work on the decluttering themselves and to prevent a recurrence.
Jan Carpenter is an Advance Adult Social Work Practitioner, Havening Techniques Practitioner, coach and trainer. He will be providing an overview of his recent experience working with Clouds End CIC, a therapeutic de-hoarding company, and working with people who hoard using Havening Techniques, which helps to improve their emotional wellbeing and in turn their motivation and accountability for their own dehoarding whilst also improving their mental health through the process.
Join us for a taster session 20th July at 6:30pm, ahead of the up and coming workshop.
Shefali Shah , Director of Kingsley Knight Training will be sharing 5 key legal takeaways from her recent publication A Child’s Legal Journey through care and the importance for social care professionals to keep up to date with the law.
The guide explores:
The domestic and international legal framework relating to children.
The child’s voice versus parental rights, and the importance of ascertaining children’s wishes and feelings.
Legal principles and terms, including parental responsibility.
Private law proceedings, including legal aid and the child arrangements orders.
Public law proceedings, including emergency protection orders and the application of Public Law Outline within care proceedings.
Local authority responsibilities to look after children, voluntary arrangements and working in partnership with families.
Leaving care, including Staying Put, pathway plans and personal advisers. ( extract from https://www.kingsleyknight.co.uk/new-publication-the-childs-legal-journey-through-care/)
Shefali will share 5 key legal take aways and host a short Q/A around some questions on the issues or case law discussed.
Members of Chinara Enterprises and Liquid Personnel will be able to claim a special offer on the publication
Who can attend ?
All Chinara or Liquid Personnel members
Facilitator : Shefali Shah
Shefali Shah, the director and lead trainer at Kingsley Knight Training is a practising solicitor with over 25 years’ experience in children law, (23 years as a Local Authority solicitor/manager), former accredited member of the Law Society’s Children Panel for 18 years. She is legal adviser to an adoption charity, former legal advisor to the Independent Review Mechanism for England and Adoption U.K. Shefali also teaches law academically on a number of social workd degree programmes at a number of universities. Shefali is also author of Key Changes to Family Justice (https://www.kingsleyknight.co.uk/key-changes-to-family-justice-england/)
Kingsley Knight is a leader in providing specialist legal training. It delivers the most up to date training efficiently and effectively to ensure social care professionals are empowered with the knowledge they need, ensuring positive outcomes and best value. Kingsley Knight Training has a team of trainers who are leaders in their fields, qualified practitioners and lawyers with practical skills, years of experience and knowledge.
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