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Skills to Foster Training
27 Jun 2018
 
 
Skills to Foster Training
28 Jun 2018
 
 
Skills to Foster Training
29 Jun 2018
 
 
 
27 Jun 2018
Winchester (10am - 4pm)

As part of your assessment to become a foster carer with Diagrama you need to complete the mandatory three-day training programme ‘Skills to Foster’.

The course - the Fostering Network Programme - focuses on the practical, day-to-day skills that all foster carers need. It links into the Training, Support and Development Standards in England and other professional development qualifications, as well as The Fostering Network’s competency-based assessment process. The topics are broken down into the following sessions:

- Session 1 - What do foster carers do?
- Session 2 - Identity & Life Chances
- Session 3 - Working with Others
- Session 4 - Understanding & Caring for Children
- Session 5 - Safer Caring
- Session 6 - Transitions

This course is FREE and will be held in Winchester on 27, 28, 29 June, 10am till 4pm. Refreshments, including lunch, will be provided.

Level 10 Church, 86 Stanmore Lane, Winchester, SO22 4BT.

To book your place on the course please contact us on 0208 668 2181 or email us at ana.ruiz@diagrama.org

28 Jun 2018
Winchester (10am - 4pm)

As part of your assessment to become a foster carer with Diagrama you need to complete the mandatory three-day training programme ‘Skills to Foster’.

The course - the Fostering Network Programme - focuses on the practical, day-to-day skills that all foster carers need. It links into the Training, Support and Development Standards in England and other professional development qualifications, as well as The Fostering Network’s competency-based assessment process. The topics are broken down into the following sessions:

- Session 1 - What do foster carers do?
- Session 2 - Identity & Life Chances
- Session 3 - Working with Others
- Session 4 - Understanding & Caring for Children
- Session 5 - Safer Caring
- Session 6 - Transitions

This course is FREE and will be held in Winchester on 27, 28, 29 June, 10am till 4pm. Refreshments, including lunch, will be provided.

Level 10 Church, 86 Stanmore Lane, Winchester, SO22 4BT.

To book your place on the course please contact us on 0208 668 2181 or email us at ana.ruiz@diagrama.org

29 Jun 2018
Winchester (10am - 4pm)

As part of your assessment to become a foster carer with Diagrama you need to complete the mandatory three-day training programme ‘Skills to Foster’.

The course - the Fostering Network Programme - focuses on the practical, day-to-day skills that all foster carers need. It links into the Training, Support and Development Standards in England and other professional development qualifications, as well as The Fostering Network’s competency-based assessment process. The topics are broken down into the following sessions:

- Session 1 - What do foster carers do?
- Session 2 - Identity & Life Chances
- Session 3 - Working with Others
- Session 4 - Understanding & Caring for Children
- Session 5 - Safer Caring
- Session 6 - Transitions

This course is FREE and will be held in Winchester on 27, 28, 29 June, 10am till 4pm. Refreshments, including lunch, will be provided.

Level 10 Church, 86 Stanmore Lane, Winchester, SO22 4BT.

To book your place on the course please contact us on 0208 668 2181 or email us at ana.ruiz@diagrama.org

2 Jul 2018
Chatham, Kent (10am - 4pm)

As part of your assessment to become a foster carer with Diagrama you need to complete the mandatory three-day training programme ‘Skills to Foster’.

The course - the Fostering Network Programme - focuses on the practical, day-to-day skills that all foster carers need. It links into the Training, Support and Development Standards in England and other professional development qualifications, as well as The Fostering Network’s competency-based assessment process. The topics are broken down into the following sessions:

- Session 1 - What do foster carers do?
- Session 2 - Identity & Life Chances
- Session 3 - Working with Others
- Session 4 - Understanding & Caring for Children
- Session 5 - Safer Caring
- Session 6 - Transitions

This course is FREE and will be held in Rochester on 2, 3, 4 July, 10am till 4pm. Refreshments, including lunch, will be provided.

3rd Floor Anchorage House, 47-67 High Street, Chatham, ME4 4EE.

To book your place on the course please contact us on 0208 668 2181 or email us at ana.ruiz@diagrama.org

3 Jul 2018
Chatham, Kent (10am - 4pm)

As part of your assessment to become a foster carer with Diagrama you need to complete the mandatory three-day training programme ‘Skills to Foster’.

The course - the Fostering Network Programme - focuses on the practical, day-to-day skills that all foster carers need. It links into the Training, Support and Development Standards in England and other professional development qualifications, as well as The Fostering Network’s competency-based assessment process. The topics are broken down into the following sessions:

- Session 1 - What do foster carers do?
- Session 2 - Identity & Life Chances
- Session 3 - Working with Others
- Session 4 - Understanding & Caring for Children
- Session 5 - Safer Caring
- Session 6 - Transitions

This course is FREE and will be held in Rochester on 2, 3, 4 July, 10am till 4pm. Refreshments, including lunch, will be provided.

3rd Floor Anchorage House, 47-67 High Street, Chatham, ME4 4EE.

To book your place on the course please contact us on 0208 668 2181 or email us at ana.ruiz@diagrama.org

4 Jul 2018
Chatham, Kent (10am - 4pm)

As part of your assessment to become a foster carer with Diagrama you need to complete the mandatory three-day training programme ‘Skills to Foster’.

The course - the Fostering Network Programme - focuses on the practical, day-to-day skills that all foster carers need. It links into the Training, Support and Development Standards in England and other professional development qualifications, as well as The Fostering Network’s competency-based assessment process. The topics are broken down into the following sessions:

- Session 1 - What do foster carers do?
- Session 2 - Identity & Life Chances
- Session 3 - Working with Others
- Session 4 - Understanding & Caring for Children
- Session 5 - Safer Caring
- Session 6 - Transitions

This course is FREE and will be held in Rochester on 2, 3, 4 July, 10am till 4pm. Refreshments, including lunch, will be provided.

3rd Floor Anchorage House, 47-67 High Street, Chatham, ME4 4EE.

To book your place on the course please contact us on 0208 668 2181 or email us at ana.ruiz@diagrama.org