Panel administrators: Their role and responsibilities for fostering and permanency panels
Receive a 10% discount if you book your place at this workshop before 6 August 2018 (discount will be automatically applied at the checkout). Limited availability - book early to avoid disappointment.
The role of the panel administrator is a multidimensional one. Effective adoption and fostering panels are crucial to the delivery of a good adoption and fostering service, and the provision of services for looked after children.
The efficient administration of panels, including the provision of clear and accurate minutes, is a skilled and complex task that is essential to the smooth and effective operation of panels.
This workshop will enable adoption and fostering panel administrators to examine related legislation and share best practice though group discussion and practice application.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Administrators of adoption and fostering panels.
25 places available.
- To consider the regulations and the national standards in relation to the work of adoption and fostering panels
- To give administrators and minute takers a full understanding of the role of the panel and their part in it
- To consider the work involved in the whole panel process including preparation and follow-up action
- To appreciate the skills and knowledge needed in taking clear, accurate and helpful minutes
Roana Roach* - CoramBAAF Trainer Consultant
* Facilitator subject to change
Registration 9.30am – 9.55am*
Full or associate CoramBAAF member £105.00 + £21.00 VAT - Total £126.00
Individual CoramBAAF member £85.00 + £17.00 VAT - Total £102.00
Non-member £130.00 + £26.00 VAT - Total £156.00
Adopters/Fosters carers £85.00 + £17.00 VAT - Total £102.00
Student discount for all fees - 20%
Telephone 020 7520 2041/43
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