Risk, Empowerment and Dementia
This content is restricted to subscribers
This content is restricted to subscribers
What a busy month it has been ! We had an amazing event at the start of Social Work England Social Work week, talking about young people at risk of criminal exploitation, with over 50 people attending.
Tanayah spoke in depth about his own personal journey from a life of crime to now being one of the UK’s leading experts on working with young people who are exploited.
As you know this was a free event as part of Social Work week, we are hoping to run it again for a fee, and will update you.
Last year we had one of the UK’s leading lawyers in adult social care, mental capacity and mental health, provide an overview of the Liberty Protection Safeguards and some of the proposed changes at that time.
We are now pleased to be able to welcome Tim back to present an overview on the recently launched and long awaited Code of Practice and legislation.
The government launched its consultation on the draft on March 17th, and we are pleased to bring this exclusive event to you all.
You can read a summary written by Tim in Community Care
The seminar will take place on Tuesday 17th May 4.30 pm – 6pm online.
To book your place click here
Admission is £18 for members including VAT and £30 for non members
You can also book places at our extensive range of events through our events page
In July 2018, the government published a Mental Capacity (Amendment) Bill, which passed into law in May 2019. It replaces the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS) with a scheme known as the Liberty Protection Safeguards.
On March 17th the Government launched a consultation on the Code of Practice and implementation of the Liberty Protection Safeguards ( LPS)
This seminar will provide an overview of the following:
Who should attend?
Facilitator: Tim Spencer Lane
Tim is a lawyer who specialises in mental capacity, mental health, and social care law. He works for the Government Legal Department (Department of Health and Social Care) where he advises on mental capacity and mental health law.
At the Law Commission, Tim led the review of the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards under the Mental Capacity Act 2005.
Tim was responsible for the UK Law Commissions’ review of the regulation of health and social care professionals.
Tim is the author of the “Care Act Manual” (third edition 2019, Sweet and Maxwell) and co-author of “the Approved Mental Health Professional Practice Handbook” (2020, Policy Press). He is also a General Editor of the Encyclopaedia of Social Services and Child Care Law, a contributor to Cross on Local Government and legal editor of Community Care Inform (Adults).
Tim is a senior lecturer at Kingston University where he teaches on the best interest’s assessor, and adult safeguarding courses. He is also an associate lecturer with the Open University where he teaches social work law.
Pre course reading
You may find it useful to review these before the session, so you can prepare any questions
Article by Tim Spencer Lane in Community Care
The fee is £25+ VAT for non-members
£15 + VAT for members
0-7 days before the event 100% fee payable
8–16 days before the event 75% is payable
17 days plus fully refundable
Social Work Week event March 2022
Chinara Enterprises Ltd is pleased to be hosting this seminar as part of Social Work England’s, Social Work Week.
This seminar will be exploring the theme of “What social work means to me”, through exploring effective ways to engage with young people at risk of criminal exploitation.
Participants will get the opportunity to hear directly from someone with lived experience of the criminal justice system who is now using his experience to support young people, and enable practitioners who work with young people to examine how they can effectively engage with young people.
Trainer: Tanayah Sam : presented by Chinara Enterprises Ltd
Tanayah Sam is an entrepreneur, author and urban youth specialist who has a broad, multi-perspective experience of the British Criminal Justice system.
Tanayah is a former member of one of Birmingham’s most notorious gangs and a reformed offender.
Upon his release from prison, Tanayah dedicated the remainder of his life to helping as many people as possible who are on the cusp of, or directly involved in Gang Labelled Offending, to turn their lives around.
As a result of his tireless work, Tanayah has presented to over 20,000 people to pursue positive, constructive lifestyles in secondary education, employment, training, or further education.
His transformation has led him to working in 16 jails across England and Wales. Tanayah became a key holder in most of the 16 jails and some were jails in which he had previously served time. His wealth of experience on both sides of the fence has given him the skills to be one of the country’s leading experts on Gang Labelled Offending and Criminal Exploitation.
Tanayah has delivered CPD to civil servants and practitioners on Child Criminal Exploitation, Gangs, Youth Violence and Social Media, and they continue to deliver the training nationwide.
TSA Sports and Education C.I.C was formed by Tanayah as a non-profit organisation that supports the development of young people through the medium of sports and education. As well as achieving national prominence, Taniyah’s work has received international recognition.
This workshop will enable social workers and any professional who works with young people to gain a better understanding of how to engage and keep safe children and young people who are at risk of criminal exploitation
Participants will hear from people with lived experience of the criminal justice system, t to help better understand the triggers, risks and tools to effectively engage
By the end of the session participants will :
Who can attend ?
Social workers, youth workers, and those working with children and young people
Date: Monday 14th March 2022
Time: 4.30-6.30 pm
Where: online Link will be sent with confirmation
This event is free to attend as part of Social Work Week
A reflective discussion and examination of some of the most recent criminal trials relating to child deaths.
To provide a space to reflect on lessons learnt and examine best practice in child safeguarding.
Recent reports of some of the deaths of children as a result of abuse and neglect, have once again highlighted some concerns about systemic failures within children’s social care, with much of the media focussing on the role of social workers, and not acknowledging the role of others. .
At a time when local authorities are struggling to recruit social workers, as a result of increased pressure on front line services, this seminar will provide an opportunity to reflect on the public perception of social workers, and the impact this has on personal and professional resilience for social workers.
It will provide a space for delegate to reflect on how they can continue to safeguard families especially during a pandemic
Who should attend?
This is for social workers/social care staff at all levels who work with children and families.
Date: Monday 7th February 2022 6pm-7.30
Where: Online: Zoom link to be sent
Facilitators : James Blewett, Independent trainer and consultant: James is an experienced qualified and registered social worker who has great experience in CPD and practice mentoring. James has run London Making Research (MRC) King’s College London for over 10 years and is widely respected in the London social work workforce sector. He brings a wealth of experience in supporting individual social workers and offering them guidance about practice and professional conduct.
Fee: Members £15 + VAT total £18.00
Non members £25 + VAT : total £30