About this course

This seminar will take place online, and details of how to join will be shared with registrants close to the event.

This is a professional learning space where a range of professionals in the field will discuss the implications of working with children and families in the time of COVID-19, as well as the impact on practitioners.

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The first seminar, 24th June will focus on the losses that COVID-19 has brought about for families and practitioners.

The second seminar, 25th June will focus on the ethics, impact and considerations of digital working.

Both seminars will use these focuses to consider how we can try to manage the risks and uncertainties of working with children and families whilst continuing to address the safeguarding risks.

Who is this course suitable for?

Any education, health and social care team member or practitioner who is working with children and families. Especially for those who work where there are safeguarding concerns.  

For example, social workers, psychologists, health visitors, teachers, nursery workers, therapists.

Aims of the seminar

For the speakers to share their experiences and expertise that will then shape the discussion for the attendees discuss and think together about their own experiences and practice.

To learn and think together about their work with children and families and how it has been impacted by COVID-19 and working digitally.

We will offer the space afterwards to form a community of practitioners to come together to think for those that are interested too.

Speakers

Chair – Nicola Labuschagne

Wednesday 24th June

  • Denise Turner
  • Sarah Jones
  • The Early Years Parenting Unit
  • Julie Campbell (panellist)

Thursday 25th June

  • Amanda Taylor-Beswick
  • Aaron Balick
  • The Early Years Parenting Unit

Seminar dates

24th June 2020

25th June 2020

Timetable 

9:30-10:15 for speakers

10:15–11:00 for discussion

 

 

 

 

 

Each speaker will present and then we will open it to all the attendees to be able to discuss this way of working together.