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New Ways of Working – Core Programme - 3 days 15th & 16th July & 20th August 2019


To understand the New Ways of Working model, principles and values and apply this to your daily work with children and families and partners


To develop your knowledge and understanding of Trauma Informed Practice
Understand how to apply a trauma lens to inform all aspect of your work with children and families including recognise and respond to trauma to prevent re-traumatisation
Understand Adverse Childhood Experiences and impact for children, young people and parents/carers
Understand and develop a trauma informed approach to building resilience
Develop the knowledge, confidence and application of motivational interviewing (MI)
Have the confidence and practice skills to draw on trauma informed approaches and MI to provide sustained changes with children and families
To draw on MI and Trauma Informed approaches when working with partners to develop a whole service approach to inform assessment, decision making and interventions with children and families.
Develop an understanding of your role within Learning Conversations and Multi-Agency Group Supervision
Have a clear understanding of how these frameworks support the New Ways of Working model and when they can be applied
Develop knowledge and skills to shape practice, policy and systems across the partnership to implement and embed the New Ways of working model


Practice Leads/Middle Leaders, Managers and Targeted Practitioners

15 Jul 2019 09:15 - 15:30

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New Ways of Working
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Date and Time

15 Jul 2019 09:15 - 15:30


Chester Town Hall (PR / Palentine Room), 33 Northgate Street, Chester, Cheshire West, CH1 2HQ


Amy Kendrick
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