With the Scottish Government’s Child Protection Improvement Programme reviewing policy, practice, services and structures, our Child Protection Conference comes at the perfect time to provide you with the latest best practice and effective child protection provision.
Following the review of the Named Person Scheme pilots as part of the Getting It Right For Every Child (GIRFEC) approach to improving outcomes and supporting the wellbeing of children, do not miss this opportunity to hear from the Scottish Government and the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) about the progress of child protection and information sharing protocol surrounding data protection.
Key topics covered include:
Attend this conference to develop information sharing and multi-agency working in order to improve the wellbeing and safety of children and young people in your remit.
Experienced speakers, opportunity to network
Very useful case examples, a lot of learning and networking
Very interesting and informative. I have taken away a lot of ideas from the whole day.
Networking and ideas from speakers that I can take back and implement
A well selected group of speakers embedded in daily work that addressed key issues
This conference was excellent for people working at all levels – strategic, leadership, management and day-to-day practical issues
Real life stories that inspire new ways of working
Good spread of different subjects. Useful to hear other organisations experiences.
A range of very good speakers who have shared examples of e-safety which we will try at our school
An excellent insight into present day thinking regarding issues around e-safety – a valuable experience
An excellent day – so well organised
Very interesting and informative – helpful for use in considering service development in many areas
An excellent event to build professional relationships and listen to best practice
Very enjoyable, gave an different insight and opened many eyes
Really good mix of topics/speakers which made the day thought provoking
Wednesday, 19 April 2017