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Introduction to the Children's Hearings (Scotland) Act 2011
Event Categories: GIRFEC, Practitioner Support,
Ref: 1674 - Training workshop
This training offers an opportunity to consider the implications of new Children's Hearings (Scotland) Act 2011 and to learn about the new structures, rules and systems being introduced by the legislation.
Scotland is immensely proud of the Children's Hearings System and it is an integral part of the work to improve outcomes for all children and young people in Scotland. This new Act strengthens and promotes children's rights putting the child at the centre of the hearings system.
Venue: in Edinburgh
Who should attend: . This introductory course is suitable for be anyone who works directly with children and young people affected by the children's hearings system including teachers, support staff, youth work, guidance or social work.
Jon Bolton - Jon Bolton is a social work practitioner and manager who has worked in the not-for-profit, academic and statutory sectors for over 20 years. Until January 2010, he was a senior manager in one of Scotland's largest Social Work Services and delivered the nationally recognised 'Online Child Protection Register', winner of the eGovernment Awards in 2008. He is an associate lecturer in Social Work at the University of Dundee.
This event cannot be booked - Sold Out
Delegate rate £155.00
Discounted rate: non-member individuals and small organisations £125.00
Discounted rate: member statutory and large voluntary organisations £125.00
Discounted rate: member individuals and small organisations £95.00
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