By Jo Edwards and Ane Freed-Kernis
A4 wiro paperback, 184 pages
this handbook brings together guidance and tools to assist both the self-development and the work of training professionals involved in any inter-agency context. These may include; adult safeguarding, children in need, early years, child protection, young minds, youth offending, adult mental health, adult offending and others.Some of the tools can also be used by supervisors and managers in their inter-agency work, or by anyone considering employing and inter-agency trainer.Using the example of Local Safeguarding Children Boards, it will help ensure that inter-agency training happens, is of good quality and enhances inter-agency communication and co-operation. Practical in focus, with underlying theory offered where useful, the tools can be adapted for different circumstances and disciplines. Extensively tried and tested, it offers:
Carefully focused on the specific complexities of inter-agency work that influence how training can be run and managed, it is designed for use where there are:
Much of the material has been used to work with the additional complexities of using front line practitioners as volunteers to delivery training, and of involving vulnerable service users to help bring the training to life.
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