Getting the most out of child protection case planning meetings
|CPD Category:||2 - Skills and Knowledge|
AASW members: $49
AASW student members: $29
This course covers what a social worker needs to know to get the most out of a child protection case planning meeting or a conference.
The course covers:
- how to setup a case planning meeting,
- who should attend,
- interagency issues,
- differing perspectives and
- parental attendance.
Dr. Helen Buckley, from Trinity College Dublin Ireland
Helen has been working in the Irish Department of Social Studies since 1995 and has been a Senior Research Fellow in the Children's Research Centre since 2002. She was a member of the working group that produced Children First: Irish national guidelines for the protection & welfare of children and has been involved in the development of local and national guidelines for voluntary and statutory children's services. She has been a member of the Irish Special Residential Services Board, and on the panel appointed by the Irish Minister for Health & Children to inquire into clerical child sexual abuse in the Diocese of Ferns. She is the author of Child Protection: Innovations & Interventions, published in 2002 by the IPA, and Child Protection Work: Beyond the Rhetoric, published in 2003 by Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
This presentation is a SWOT course
This course can be claimed 1 hour for CPD purposes, consistent with the CPD Goals and Hours Requirements.
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AASW Student Members: $29
AASW Members: $49
Register for access by following the link to the right. Upon registering, you will receive a confirmation email - please read this email carefully, as it provides your access to the online course.