Early Help Training
Date & Time:
THIS TRAINING IS FOR PROFESSIOANLS WORKING WITH PORTSMOUTH CHILDREN AND FAMALIES AND WILL FOCUS ON PORTSMOUTH PROCESS AND PRACTICE. IF YOU DO NOT WORK IN PORTSMOUTH PLEASE VISIT YOUR RESPECTIVE SAFEGUARDNG PARTNERSHIP FOR TRAINING
(to complete the course you have to do the full day training which is both the morning and afternoon session)
Aim: To support and equip key professionals with knowledge and skills to undertake 'early help' practice
Who is it for? The Early Help Module is for key professionals in organisations who take a lead in embedding good 'early help' practice - using the early help assessment, Team around the Child processes and the Lead Professional role.
- Know how the Restorative Approach can support and enable families to identify the problems which they face and find their own solutions
- Understand the Early Help Assessment (EHA) process and practice in Portsmouth
- Be familiar with using the EHA and understand how to use the tools which have been developed to support this practice
- Recognise the significance of neglect in Portsmouth and the impact of other parental factors such as substance misuse, domestic abuse & mental health
- Devise an outcome focussed plan with the family
- Identify the knowledge and skills necessary for the lead professional role and effective contribution at TAC/F meetings
Time: This is a one day course. We offer this training once per month during term-time. Please note that lunch is not provided.
Certificate: Full attendance is mandatory to qualify. You will receive a certificate on completion of evaluation on line.
Prerequisite: To have completed Basic Safeguarding or equivalent experience within 3 years