Joint Reports - live training
Multi Agency Training
Join us for a in person session exploring Joint Reports.
Designed and delivered by Hazel More, Senior Practitioner at SCRA and Julia Milne, WSA Coordinator, this session will give practitioners an understanding of the process of joint reports, why they are made, who makes them and possible outcomes.
Joint reports are a complex area impacting on around 100 children in Aberdeen City each year, this session will give practitioners confidence in understanding the joint reports and their role in the process.
In this session we will cover –
• Who - makes, receives and is the subject of jointly reported cases
• What – is jointly reported case, what happens
• Why – are joint reports made
• When – are decisions made on jointly reported cases
• Where – do jointly reported cases end up
• Context of government strategy
• Context of the stories of some young people
• Breakout sessions – to consolidate learning and opportunity to ask questions
Please note - It is advised that you attend the Needs Not Deeds - An Introduction to Children In Conflict With the Law prior to attending this session. Details of this are in the training calendar.
Please note this is in person training at Westburn Resource Centre. There is paid on street parking available and refreshments will be available however lunch is not provided. Please do not park in the centres car park or CLAN's car park.