How to Support Children and Families with Early Help - Signs of Wellbeing and Success Level 2 Training

The aim of this training is to increase knowledge and enable practitioners to work more effectively with children, young people and their families using Early Help, and identify needs early to give all children the opportunity to thrive and succeed.

Target audience : 

  • Staff and volunteers who come into contact with children, young people and/or families.
  • Resource pack with relevant reading material will be sent on confirmation of booking for each session.

The training is in 2 parts 


SESSION A (2 hours)

Objectives:

Participants will:
  • Increase their understanding of the Early Help – Signs of Wellbeing and Success assessment and process, including the SEND process.
  • Gain an understanding of the Early Help Bottom Lines, Young People’s Toolkit and Step up / Step Down Process.
  • Share learning from CSCP Safeguarding Groups around Information Sharing and understand how to improve their practice.
SESSION B (2 hours)

Objectives:

Participants will:
  • Understand our roles within the multi-agency Team Around the Family (TAF).
  • Gain confidence in how to complete and/or contribute to the Early Help Signs of Wellbeing and success assessment.   
  • Be able to identify sources of support to meet further training needs.

Important notice : Prior to booking on one of the refreshed Early Help Assessment - Signs of Wellbeing and Success sessions, there is training available to explain the ethos of Signs of Wellbeing and Success, this training is a recorded session so you can access it at a time suitable to you and before you attend the Early Help Training. 

Please click HERE to access the recorded session

Course dates

Duration: 2 hours

Date

Time

A or B

Trainers

Friday 29/04/22

9.30am-11.30am

A

 

Friday 29/04/22

1pm-3pm

B

 

Tuesday 17/05/22

9.30am-11.30am

A

Karen Ross and Rosamund Rowcroft

Tuesday 17/05/22

1pm-3pm

B

Karen Ross and Rosamund Rowcroft

Wednesday 25/05/22

9.30am-11.30am

A

Rosamund Rowcroft and Karen Ross

Wednesday 25/05/22

1pm-3pm

B

Nicola Jackson and Rosamund Rowcroft

Tuesday 07/06/22

6pm-8pm

A

Karen Ross and Steven Kemp

Thursday 09/06/22

6pm-8pm

B

Karen Ross and Rosamund Rowcroft

Friday 17/06/22

9.30am-11.30am

A

Rosamund Rowcroft and Nicola Jackson

Friday 17/06/22

1pm-3pm

B

Rosamund Rowcroft and Nicola Jackson

Friday 08/07/22

9.30am-11.30am

A

Rosamund Rowcroft and Steven Kemp

Friday 08/07/22

1pm-3pm

B

Rosamund Rowcroft and Steven Kemp

Friday 23/09/22

9.30am-11.30am

A

Rosamund Rowcroft and Nicola Jackson

Friday 23/09/22

1pm-3pm

B

Rosamund Rowcroft and Nicola Jackson

Tuesday 04/10/22

6pm-8pm

A

Rosamund Rowcroft and Steven Kemp

Thursday 06/10/22

6pm-8pm

B

Karen Ross and Rosamund Rowcroft


To book your place on this course please

To book your place, all Cumbria County Council staff log into MyLearning and search for the specific course.  All non-council users are required to log into MyLearning, those that haven't registered already please create a new account, following the guidance on the website. 

IMPORTANT INFORMATON : can all participants please join the training event 30 minutes before the start time to allow being admitted onto the course

When booking onto this training please DO NOT share the Microsoft TEAMs link with anyone else.  Our numbers are restricted to maximum 21 delegates only.  This has a serious impact on delivery of the training and the numbers attending. 

Please Note: If you have added your name to the waiting list for a cancellation and a place does not become available for the date of your choice , you must rebook on the next suitable date.  

Early Help for Children and Families (eLearning) There is also an eLearning course that looks at the function of an Early Help Assessment. Early Help is a dynamic process and it incorporates all the professionals involved in the child's welfare. Please click here to access this eLearning course

For any queries about the course, please email CSCP.Training@cumbria.gov.uk 

  • Contact us
  • Disclaimer
  • Cookies