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Tough Conversations in Child Protection | Newcastle

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Tough Conversations in Child Protection is a one-day course for child protection professionals and family workers to help them to hold the often-challenging conversations with parents in child protection.

The course teaches a method to:

• Identify and clearly articulate the strengths and deficits in parents’ caring capacity so that parents have a clear future work plan.
• Comprehensively gather information for holding a factual tough conversation so that as many facts (as can be reasonably gathered) can be brought to bear in conversations with parents.
• Defuse antagonism during a tough conversation while holding a firm line.
• Identify the important ‘dashboard’ markers for parents so that everyone has clarity about what is expected within a given timespan.

Please note that this is not a train-the-trainer course and it is not designed for the subsequent on-training of other workers back at your workplace. Participants will sign a training agreement to this effect on the day of training.

What’s included:

• Training in how to conduct difficult conversations using a script to achieve accountability
• Lunch and refreshments
• A terrific opportunity to spend time with other child protection workers
Cost:

Documents:
TCCP_Registration_Form_2018.pdf
TCCP Testimonials 2018.pdf
TCCP_Dates_2018.pdf

Location: Club Macquarie Function & Accommodation Centre, 458 Lake Rd
Suburb: ARGENTON
Postcode: 2284
District: Hunter New England

Map / Location

Event Leader/Facilitator
Michael Hawton MAPS
Practitioner in
Psychologist
Phone
02 6680 8910
On
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Thursday, 07 June 2018
Languages
English
Specifically For
Practitioners
Keywords
Behaviour Development Professional Development Conflict Stress Positive Encouraging Keeping kids safe Positive relationships Child protection
Funded by
Self-Funded
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