This course has been designed for social workers with up to two years’ experience. The course instils Best Practice in their daily roles, and gives confidence to carry out their work effectively and within the legal frameworks.
Over this highly interactive course, delegates will explore the definition ‘Safeguarding Children’ and will identify and work through the 9 stage process involved in Safeguarding Children.
This highly intensive course is designed for social workers with over two years’ experience. The course fully instils Best Practice in all aspects of a social worker role; from a first note, to giving effective evidence in court.
This course is designed to ensure social workers are able to carry out professional and timely child care investigations in order to achieve adequate and appropriate safeguards.
This training will assist newly qualified social workers develop an awareness and knowledge of the relevant law, evidence & procedure to carry out their Section 47 role more responsibly and effectively. At all times they need to be alert to Best Practice within current policy and procedure.
The course will enable the social worker to identify and set out their proposed threshold statement when approaching an LPM, a CPCC/Signs of Safety Meeting or in their application and statement to the court for a care or supervision order.
Records are integral in ensuring continuity of care and may be used as the original source of evidence in legal proceedings. This course teaches how to collect clear, truthful and admissible records to Best Practice.
This course has been designed to enable social workers to produce court-compliant, clear, concise and well-structured statements and reports to help better assist the court or tribunal making the decision.
Attending court can be a daunting experience. This training course equips social workers with the core skills to effectively present evidence coherently, truthfully, and confidently under cross-examination.
The course familiarises delegates with the relevant legal framework for the appeals process for the First Tier Special Educational Needs and Disability Tribunal following the appeal lodged by the child/family against the local authority’s SEND decision.
This practical training course explores deprivation of liberty in the Court of Protection for young people from the age of 16 in any placement where their care amounts to a deprivation of liberty.
This course will increase awareness of Child Sexual Exploitation and Online Grooming as a form of ‘sexual abuse’, and enable social workers to identify vulnerable children and risk factors surrounding them.
This course is designed to assist social workers with the knowledge and skills to identify domestic abuse at the earliest opportunity, and to be able to provide appropriate support, guidance and advice to those who will need to seek protection through criminal, civil or family courts.
The course has been designed to ensure social workers have a full and working knowledge of the relevant legal framework relating to all routes of adoption including placement orders, Coram, and private applications.
This course will provide delegates with the confidence and competencies to convene and chair successfully, in order to achieve positive outcomes for the client.
The course will arm social workers with the skills required to respond appropriately to adverse findings, criticisms and/or recommendations made by other agencies and/or tribunals.
Interviewing and questioning is an integral part of the social worker’s role. This course is designed to maximise the quality and weight of information obtained.
This course is designed to give delegates a comprehensive understanding of the laws governing patient data and give them the skills and knowledge to comply with professional standards and best practice.
Bond Solon’s BIA qualifying course has been designed to ensure that learners gain the required skills and specialist knowledge to complete Best Interest Assessments to best practice.
This highly practical and intensive refresher course is designed to ensure your existing BIAs have the most up-to-date knowledge, skills and competence to correctly interpret and apply legislation and guidance to best practice standards.
This two-day course will develop the core knowledge of the relevant legal framework underpinning the SARs and DHR. Delegates will consider the roles and responsibilities of the relevant agencies involved, while clearly understanding the role of the IMR author.
This practical and interactive training day is designed for DoLS supervisory body signatories. The course will look at the new DoLS forms and consider what signatories should expect to see in relation to the evidence and rationale for decisions made.
The course is designed to refresh delegates’ knowledge of the legal framework underpinning safeguarding adults including the Care Act 2014 and other relevant legislation.
This two day course assists delegates in understanding what is required of them to convene and chair Best Interest meetings.
The course will provide a historical overview, will cover what is meant by Human Rights, and will explore the different categories of rights. The training will explore the Articles of most relevance to safeguarding vulnerable adults in health and social care and will explore the associated case law.
Financial abuse is a serious problem, yet can be difficult to identify and evidence. This course equips social workers with ability to identify the different types of financial abuse and the relevant interventions possible.
This one-day course will enable professionals to identify the skills that are required to navigate the three "human" elements of this area of work, namely, "knowing, being, doing".
This one-day course will explore what modern slavery is, giving delegates an in-depth overview. They will consider who is affected, how to spot the signs and know how to respond effectively.
The course will include looking at Female Genital
Mutilation, Honour-Based Abuse, Forced Marriage, Harassment and Stalking, alongside other forms of abuse.
A one day in-house course to ensure best practice in producing clear and concise minutes within the safeguarding process.
Social workers are been called to give evidence more than ever before. This practical and highly interactive course equips adult social workers with the ability to give oral evidence coherently, truthfully, and confidently.
This one day course has been designed to ensure that healthcare professionals have a defensible, rather than a defensive practice by giving them the skills to create, manage and store records to best practice.
This intensive and highly practical course provides delegates with the knowledge, skills and confidence to present evidence effectively in a range of legal forums in regards to events that occurred as part of their daily practice
Professionals are often questioned to assist in Coroner’s Court, therefore it is essential they are prepared and confident in giving evidence under the inquisitorial system.
This course provides delegates with an understanding of issues including assessment of patient capacity, informed patient consent, how to properly obtain consent and examining the circumstances in which treatment can be withheld
This interactive one-day course will give delegates a clear and in-depth understanding of the MCA framework, with the ability to apply it to complex cases. Delegates will consider complex decisions and
explore relevant, current case law.
This highly practical and interactive course is designed to provide practical application of the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards brought in by the Mental Health Act 2007, in light of the current Supreme Court’s judgment.
The one day course will assist professionals who are contemplating an application to the Court of Protection for a person who has lost their legal capacity in a legal sense.
The course will explore the transition from protection to safeguarding, and delegates will consider different types of abuse and their characteristics.
This one-day course will increase delegate’s knowledge of the law, evidence and procedure necessary to correctly work within the legal framework and carry out their role effectively and to best practice.
This course is designed for all professional safeguarding leads for both child and adult safeguarding. Delegates will explore safeguarding and managing safeguarding in an ever changing NHS and giving delegates a safe place to explore the difficult elements of leadership.
This intense and practical course covers individual and organisational responsibility and accountability. Blame and litigation will be put in context and the trainer will demonstrate how to practice safely and lawfully.
This course teaches delegates how to write clear and well-structured statements and reports that provide a clear and accurate order of events, which are watertight and insulated from attack.
This course covers the entire Serious Incident process and is designed to provide all those involved in it with an understanding of their roles and responsibilities. Based on NPSA guidelines, it is a highly practical day
A one day course provides delegates with the core knowledge, skills and techniques to carry out a complaints investigation to best practice standards.
This course provides delegates with the core skills to effectively plan, structure and undertake interviews to best practice standards, enabling them to obtain key information and effectively deal with a complaint.
During this course delegates will learn how to improve the content, structure and style of the letters and reports they produce during a complaints investigation.
This course is designed to ensure that healthcare professionals have the necessary skills and knowledge to participate and chair multi-disciplinary meetings to best practice standards.
This highly intensive and practical training is designed to ensure that those who may have to make a safeguarding enquiry, and write the subsequent reports and give evidence, undergo a process of familiarization with the legal process and procedures around adult safeguarding.
This course is designed to provide social workers with a clear understanding of the MAPPA and MARAC processes, appropriate to their roles.
Delegates will explore the legislative framework of the Children and Social Work Act 2017 and learn what is expected of them within their respective roles.
As a Best Interest Assessor you are required by statute to provide a report to the Supervisory Body usually having conducted three, perhaps four assessments within the Deprivation of Liberty Process.
If you require any help or would like to discuss how Bond Solon can assist you in your training needs, please call us on: +44 (0) 20 7549 2549