Nagalro’s training has an excellent reputation as high-quality inter-disciplinary training. Particularly suited to family court professionals from different roles, training days are delivered by an expert, a family solicitor or a highly experienced welfare practitioner.

Our courses keep you up-to-date in law and practice with new topics added regularly. You benefit from the contributions of others working in your field, with small enough numbers to allow participation.

We offer:

  • Places on our own training programme – download our current training programme
  • Courses at your office - training tailored to meet your requirements. 
  • Want a specific course? We can build it to your requirements

Please contact us on 01372 818504 or nagalro@nagalro.com

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List of Nagalro training courses:

  • Adoption and Children Act
  • Age Assessments
  • Assessment and intervention for exploited children and young people
  • Assessing adult attachment for family courts
  • Attachment in Fostering and Adoption
  • Attachment based interventions workshop
  • Chronologies
  • Communicating with Adolescents
  • Communicating with Children
  • Contact – the developing legal framework
  • Court of protection
  • Domestic violence
  • Effective chairing of meetings
  • Enhancing skills in evidence based practice
  • Family court skills
  • Family expert witness certificate
  • Foetal Alcohol Effects
  • From care to adoption
  • Identification and intervention for exploited children and young people
  • Immigration and asylum issues in child care cases
  • Improving practice in assessing families affected by disability
  • Individual Management Review
  • Mediation and conflict management and resolution
  • Neglect
  • Public law requirements
  • Training for independent social workers
  • Kinship assessment
  • Life story work
  • The reality of fabricated or induced illness in children
  • Risk assessment in cases of disputed explanations for serious injuries
  • Transparency, accountability and improving professional practice
  • Viability, risk and capability assessments
  • Working within the new public law requirements

All courses are CPD accredited.

 

 

Fostering Form F Assessment Training 2019 from Carter Brown

 
This CPD accredited two day training event with Roger Chapman, author of ‘Undertaking a Fostering Assessment’ provides assessors the knowledge and skills to meet all statutory requirements when preparing and presenting reports to fostering panel. This course is suitable for experienced assessors wishing to reinvigorate their skills and to those embarking on their fostering journey.
 
£250 inclusive of VAT (includes a copy of Roger Chapman’s text)
 
16th and 17th July from 09:30 – 16:30 at Pendulum Hotel, Manchester M1 3BB
2nd and 3rd September from 09:30 – 16:30 at FCA, Sheffield
17th and 18th October from 09:30 – 16:30 at Carter Brown, Mansfield NG18 5BU
4th and 5th December from 09:30 – 16:30 at  Mercure Hotel, Brighton BN1 2PP
 
Enquiries to James Phillips 01623 661089 or james.phillips@carterbrownexperts.co.uk  or visit
 
www.carterbrownexperts.co.uk/training for further information
 

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CoramBAAF Annual Health Group conference

Are we making a difference? Working together to improve outcomes for looked after and adopted children

1 July 2019 | Birmingham
CPD Points:  CME 6 hours and RCPCH Approved
 
A day to reflect on outcomes-based practice
Achieving positive outcomes requires planning, provision of care and commitment from multiple partners/agencies. During this conference we will look at how different parts of the health, legal, education and social care system evaluate outcomes. We will explore how combined efforts and interactions are key in a whole system approach and reflect on the multiple factors that affect outcomes for looked after and adopted children.
 
There will be presentations from new areas of research, including using SDQs (Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire). We will consider a model for outcomes-based practice and reflect on how health professionals work within the multiagency team. For more information or to book visit the website here or contact the conference team on 020 7520 7520 or conferences@corambaaf.org.uk