Recording – particularly making case notes – is essential to effective child and youth work but can be difficult to do well. This highly interactive workshop examines the science and the art of recording in various contexts, with a focus on case notes. Learn how to write well-structured documents which achieve their purpose as tools to help protect and support children and young people. Participants will learn to apply the ‘rules’ for succinct but effective recording, including efficient and useful case notes, assessment notes and action plans, and well-supported practice decisions.
Who should attend? Government and community agency workers, family support workers, youth workers, alternative care workers, intervention service workers.
Date: Thursday, 1st March – 9.30am to 4.00pm
Cost: $253 per person