LONDON AIM WEEK 13th – 17th NOVEMBER 2017 ; TOWER HAMLETS LONDON

The AIM Project is to run a full week of AIM courses in the capital. Likely courses will cover, AIM2, TA-HSB Practice Guidance, AIM Interventions for Adolescents AIM Under 12’s Assessment and Intervention Training.  All courses run at the Tower Hamlets Professional Development Centre, 229 Bethnal Green Road, London, E2 6AB.

For details of individual course and how to book below.

AIM2 INITIAL ASSESSMENT ;9.30/4pm

13/14 November 2017             

PARTICIPANTS:         Social Workers, YOS, CAMH’s, voluntary sector and those working in the field of child protection

PRICE:                           £ 280 per delegate

Aims and Objectives

Aim

To gain an understanding of the application of the AIM2 evidence/research based assessment tool for young people who display sexually harmful behaviour

Objectives

  • To provide an understanding of children and young people who display sexually harmful behaviour
  • To facilitate debate/discussion between participants related to case work experience
  • To de-mystify this area of work
  • To understand the importance, purpose and possibilities of working with families
  • To facilitate an AIM2 assessment session with a young person and to gain an understanding of the AIM2 framework through a case study exercise
  • To consider how to report the assessment findings in an appropriate format

The methodology employed will involve small group work, exercises and following a case study through the assessment process.

AIM INTERVENTIONS FOR ADOLESCENTS;9.30/4.30pm

                 15/16 November 2017

PARTICIPANTS: Social workers, YOT workers, Children’s charities representatives, health professionals, education staff and others working in the field of child protection

Delegates must have good knowledge base of AIM2 assessments to do this course.

PRICE:                           £ 280 per delegate

Aim:

The intervention course is to address how workers can structure individual bespoke intervention packages for young people based on the assessment outcomes, recognising that the intervention will be unique to each individual young person. It is necessary to recognise the systems around the young person and the very important roles that they play.

Objectives:

  • To explore both the personal and professional attitudes, beliefs and values which underpin this work
  • To look at developing a bespoke intervention package using an AIM 2 assessment case study
  • To identify the need for openness and transparency with all the systems around the young person
  • To develop confidence in recognising the areas of work within the domains that need addressing and those that may not
  • Recognising how attachments styles will impact on how the young person interacts within the process and how best, we as workers can manage this
  • Tapping into our creativity – how we as workers can make this work interesting and exciting for the young people that we work with.

ASSESSMENT & INTERVENTION FOR CHILDREN UNDER 12 WHO DISPLAY SEXUALLY HARMFUL BEHAVIOUR; 9.30/4.30pm

 13/14 November 2017

PARTICIPANTS:         Social Workers, Youth Offending Teams, Children’s Charities, education staff and those working in the field of child protection

PRICE:                           £ 280 per delegate

Aims and Objectives

  • To provide assessment tools in line with current assessment processes under Working Together 2013 and Asset Plus
  • To provide information on programmes of work with children, family members, and their wider network
  • To give guidance on how to work with children under 12 years old with sexual behavioural problemsTECHNOLOGY-ASSISTED HARMFUL SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR TRAINING; 9.30/4.30pm17 NOVEMBER 2017 PARTICIPANTS:LA Social Care Staff, YOT staff and front line practitioners working with adolescent males who may be sexually harming through the internet.PRICE:                  £ 150 PER DELEGATE This course is in support of the recently published Technology-Assisted HSB Practice Guidance.Aim:

    Understanding how technology may facilitate sexual offending among adolescents poses many challenges for professionals. This course will help practitioners better formulate judgements about risk in the context of recent research from NSPCC caseload

  • All courses run at the Tower Hamlets Professional Development Centre, 229 Bethnal Green Road, London, E2 6AB. 

To Book download this form and return via email/post to AIM

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