Course Details

Practice standards covered in this course

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Knowledge and Skills Statement (KSS) covered in this course

KSS

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YES

KSS

2

YES

KSS

3

YES

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KSS

5

YES

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KSS

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KSS

10

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Understanding Brain Development: Conception to Teenagers & Working with Teenagers and Young Parents
Workshop
Family Nurse Partnership
Family Nurse Partnership
Understanding how the brain forms and develops as a child grows. Awareness of how a teenage brain develops and transitions and it impacts behaviour, thoughts and feelings.Know how the transition and changes in a teenager's brain affects the parenting style and approach. Be confident in working through transitions with young people and their families to achieve positive outcomes.

AUDIENCE:

All staff

All social workers

YES

Staff working directly with Children and Young People

Staff working directly with Children and Families

Residential Staff and other staff as deemed necessary

All Social Workers and those who enter the court arena

All Social Workers and Managers

All Social Workers Managers and Support Workers

Family Solution staff and those completing Early Help Assessments

All Social Workers and staff working with Children Looked After

Staff Undertaking Assessments of Families and Children

Social Work Champions

Managers

Early Years Staff

Virtual School Staff

Education Outcomes Staff

Learning Support Service Staff

Dudley Grid for Leanrning Staff

Child Care Strategy Team

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