Making Good Adoption Assessments 10 hours CPD For Adoption practitioners and managers (Voluntary Adoption Agencies, Regional Adoption Agencies and Local Authorities) and Independent Professionals. Why you should attend Learning outcomes: To explore best practice in the completion of the Prospective Adopter’s Report (PAR) To practice and develop an integration of critical assessment tools and techniques within adoption assessments and current best practice To explore ways to consider prospective adopters in terms of their capacity to look after children in a safe and responsible way that meets the child’s needs Apply learning in the context of the legal framework To develop critical thinking and reflective practice in the completion of adoption assessments To consider ways of identifying prospective adopter’s competencies and strengths and areas they have or will need to develop Details The two-day training (4 & 5 February 2020) will cover: Current Adoption Landscape Assessment components and adopter characteristics Practice implications for the two-stage adopters assessment Analysis and intuitive reasoning in assessment: from gut feelings to conscious competence Building relationships Adult attachment Assessing children Analysis and learning Considering discrepancy Hypothesis, critical thinking and reflective practice Assessment tools This training is delivered by specialist trainers at CoramBAAF. Please note that seats are limited. Instructions A member of staff will be in touch with attendees one week prior to the event to share a pre-event delegate pack. Arrive for registration at 09:30 am. If you have any questions regarding this workshop, please contact our Practice Manager Petra Jodlova. The event starts in 14 days 1 hour 1 min 28 secs Sorry, this event is now sold out.