Community Care Live Birmingham 2016 Presentations

Community Care Live Birmingham 2016 Presentations

DAY 1

Tuesday – Bullring

Day one – 9.45 – HCPC update: What do the revised standards of conduct, performance and ethics mean for me? – Jonathan Jones

Day one – 11.30 – Safeguarding risk assessment tools – Deborah Barnett

Day one – 11.30 – Self neglect toolkit – Deborah Barnett

Day one – 11.30 – Self neglect – key tools for decision making – Deborah Barnett

Day one – 14.00 – The Care Act and managing legal risk – Belinda Schwehr

Day one – 15.30 – The art of courageous conversations – Dr Trish Hafford-Letchfield

DAY 2

Wednesday – Bullring

Day two – 9.45 – Building resilience through supervision – Dr Sonya Wallbank

Day two – 11.30 – Choosing and Implementing Evidence Based and Evidence Informed Programmes for Children in Care and Children on the Edge of Care or Custody – James Warburton

Day two – 14.00 – The role of the Care Quality Commission (CQC) in market oversight – Stuart Dean

Day two – 15.30 – Social work with people nearing the end of life – Gerry Nosowska

DAY 1

Tuesday – Hall 5

Day one – 9.45 – The new guidance for Section 20 arrangements: ensuring your local authority is compliant – Jon Fayle

Day one – 11.30 – Social work, terrorism and risk: working with the Prevent Duty – Dr Tony Stanley

Day one – 11.30 – A proportionate social work response to radicalisation – Jo Fisher and Adele Penfold

Day one – 14.00 – Motivational Interviewing in Social Care – Wendy Weal

Day one – 15.30 – Attachment-based Practice with Adults: Understanding Strategies and Promoting Positive Change – Lydia Guthrie

DAY 2

Wednesday – Hall 5

Day two – 11.30 – Supporting victims and practitioners in high profile trials – Sue Lingard

Day two – 14.00 – Modern Slavery: a hidden crime – Kate Garbers

Day two – 15.30 – The Care Act the right to independent advocacy – Kate Mercer

DAY 1

Tuesday – Hall 7

Day one – 11.30 – The ‘toxic trio’ – working with children and families where there is domestic abuse, parent substance misuse and / or parent mental health issues – Katy Burch

Day one – 14.00 – Detecting disguised compliance – Joanna Nicolas and Victoria Spry

DAY 2

Wednesday – Hall 7

Day two – 15.30 – What makes a good frontline manager? – Richard Smaling

DAY 1

Tuesday – Hall 8

Day one – 11.30 – The recording of child protection meetings – Lucy Reed

Day one – 14.00 – Reconciling victimhood and agency in cases of CSE – Dr Helen Beckett

Day one – 15.30 – Linking payment to improved outcomes in social care – Professor John Bolton

DAY 2

Wednesday – Hall 8
Day two – 0945 – How can local authorities fulfil their statutory duties in an age of austerity – Martin Samuels

Day two – 9.45 – How can local authorities fulfil their statutory duties in an age of austerity – Yogi Amin

Day two – 11.30 – Developing children in care into successful and independent adults – Andrew Wright

Day two – 15.30 – Tackling neglect a five strand model – Neil Ventress

DAY 1

Tuesday – Mailbox

Day one – 9.45 – Assessing and supporting those with no recourse to public funds – Catherine Houlcroft

Day one – 11.30 – Avoiding market failure – Andrew Rome

Day one – 11.30 – Avoiding market failure – Kathy Evans

Day one – 14.00 – Inspection and the measurement of services – Andy Gill

Day one – 14.00 – Inspection and the measurement of services – Dr Rick Hood

Day one – 15.30 – How a Signs of Safety approach is changing practice in Norfolk – Andrea Brown

DAY 2

Wednesday – Mailbox

Day two – 9.45 – Effectively conducting age assessments of unaccompanied children seeking asylum – John Dawson

Day two – 15.30 – Mate crime-sexual exploitation of people with learning disabilities – Rod Landman

DAY 1

Tuesday – Mock Court

Day one – 9.45 – Assessing capacity and making best interests decisions – lessons from the courts – Jess Flanagan

Day one – 11.30 – Confidence in court practical skills in coping with cross-examination – Shefali Shah

Day one – 14.00 – The next Cheshire West – Rebecca Stickler

Day one – 15.30 – Evidencing neglect in court – Joanna Nicolas

DAY 2

Wednesday – Mock Court

Day two – 9.45 – Best Interest Assessor (BIA) reporting skills – Javeda Jafri

Day two – 1100 – Preparing a Balance-Sheet approach for court proceedings – Jonathan Bott

Day two – 1400 – Key case law that has emerged since Cheshire West – Emma Sutton

Day two – 14.00 – Key case law that has emerged since Cheshire West – Nageena Khalique

Day two – 1530 – Coroner’s court mock inquest – Emma Whitting

3 Responses to Community Care Live Birmingham 2016 Presentations

  1. Lisa dixon June 2, 2016 at 5:40 pm #

    There is no presentation on working with families and children to promote attachment; the session was fantastic but I don’t see the presentation or any contact details

  2. sandra lemon June 13, 2016 at 3:12 pm #

    would like to see something to feedback to colleagues regarding the PASD, the masks and promoting attachment sessions which were really good

  3. Louise Hollis July 1, 2016 at 2:00 pm #

    There is no presentation on the foetal alcohol syndrome training, this was really good and I was hoping ot feedback to my team?

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