Understanding the importance of being curious in our work with children/young people and their families
Develop skills in communicating effectively in a clear assertive and respectful manner.
Learning Outcomes: By the end of this course participants should:
Understand what is meant by the term professional curiosity in relation to keeping children and young people safe.
Evaluate how the learning from Safeguarding Practice Reviews relating to Professional Curiosity and Challenge can be applied to practice.
Develop and practice the skills required for good communication, which lead to effectively providing and receiving challenge and managing professional disagreements.
Develop skills in collaborative working and defensible decision making.
Have developed an understanding of being curious about the ‘day in the life of the child and their family’ and ensuring the voice of the child is present within the process.
Have explored your own and others' life experiences and how this may impact on being professionally curious and open to challenge, whilst maintaining focus on the family.
Within the context of being curious develop skills in managing emotions, anxiety, uncertainty, and secondary trauma.
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