We would like to invite you to a free education masterclass on the theme of supporting children and young people with speech, language and communication impairments.
Developed for foster carers, designated teachers, social workers and other professionals within the education sector across Wales, this masterclass will give you the opportunity to develop a basic understanding of speech, language and communication impairments (SLCI), with practical tips and strategies to support pupils at home and in the classroom.
Male foster carers continually highlight a number of significant issues affecting their role. There is concern about how best to work with children who have been sexually abused, worries about abuse by carers, and unsubstantiated allegations of abuse in foster care. This course explores the idea of the ‘positive male role model’ to identify ways in which men can be more effective carers. This course is for men only and is facilitated by an experienced male foster carer.
Focusing on the supervisory role, this course considers the impact of legislation and policy, explores the relationship between supervision and support, considers common practice dilemmas, and introduces tools from social pedagogy for use in supervision with foster carers. Participants will also reflect on their role and approach to the supervisory role and review current practice within an open context.
We would like to invite you to a free seminar on the theme of supporting looked after children to reach their full potential in their educational setting.
The aim of this course is to enable participants to develop training skills, knowledge and confidence in delivering pre-approval foster care training linked to assessment. Our three-day course is vital for anyone with responsibility for running in-house preparation sessions for new applicants.
The Fostering Network is partnering with the Better Community Business Network (BCBN) and Mercy Mission UK to establish and run the Muslim Fostering Project.
Please join us at BCBN's fundraising Gala Dinner on 13 March 2017. The Gala Dinner will be a high-quality evening of networking, dining and entertainment, and will provide an opportunity for your business or organisation to support the Muslim Fostering Project.
Enabling participants to develop training skills, knowledge and confidence in delivering pre-approval foster care training linked to assessment.