Targeted at anyone working in a support role with families and young people, this workshop is a popular favourite which regularly receives rave reviews by participants. All who work with families, children and young people must have as their focus the safety and well-being of the children. An ability to assess the risk of harm, and to recognise both protective factors and indicators of danger, is crucial. This one day workshop provides an opportunity for participants to develop their knowledge and skills specific to work with families where the well-being of children is a focus. Participants will have the opportunity to apply core concepts and knowledge to their own practice context.
Who should attend? Workers providing early intervention and family support services; people who work with young parents and families in crisis; workers in housing, DFV, and health services.
Date: Thursday, 19th April – 9.30am to 4.00pm
Cost: $253 per person