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Family Group Conference (FGC) offers all families that receive a pre-proceedings letter from their local authority an opportunity of a FGC meeting. Early independent evaluation found that this use of FGC increased by 15% the number of children safely staying within their family network and decreased by 21% the number of cases going forward in to proceedings.
During some of the most stressful periods of their lives, we have seen families come together in a Family Group Conference to make safe decisions for children at risk. The vast, majority took the opportunity and went on to make workable, safe and sustainable plans for their children
This 90 minute workshop will be led by Lis Gohrisch, Programme Manager for Daybreak Family Group Conferences.
This training is for practitioners working in Children's Services undertaking human rights assessments for children and families with No Recourse to Public Funds.
• Part 1: Introduction to 'no recourse to public funds' (NRPF)
• Part 2: Assessing need and providing support under section 17 of the Children Act 1989
• Part 3: Exit pathways and case resolution
This is a 2-hour monthly seminar for any PCC, GBC or CCG project manager, primarily for those relatively new to project management.
It is facilitated on Microsoft Teams with the occasional guest speaker on a specialist project management topic. The event is run on a drop-in / drop-out basis, so attendees can participate for all or part of the 2 hours allocated, depending on their other commitments.
The seminars will be an opportunity for participants to ask questions, share stories relating to their practice and get coaching from the facilitator and the other participants.
At this event project and programme team manager, Simon Chambers from Corporate Services has kindly volunteered his time to deliver a talk on problem he encountered on a project he was managing.
The seminars are part of a package of project management training available for new project managers. Digital self-study modules and materials are currently in production and hosted in the Future Leaders group on Knowledge Hub.Essential Information