FREE TRAINING - Wellbeing in Practice- What Does This Mean?
Wellbeing and the associated SHANARRI (safe, healthy, achieving, nurtured, respected, responsible, included) indicators are central to the Getting It Right For Every Child (GIRFEC) approach.
Aims of the training session:
By the end of the session participants will have a clear understanding of what wellbeing is and how they can achieve better outcomes for the children in their care using reflexive practice based upon the SHANARRI wellbeing indicators.
This training session will look at how to successfully implement the SHANARRI wellbeing indicators within daily out of school care practice, and how to evidence this, including the creation of children's personal development plans. We shall look at each wellbeing indicator and what this means in terms of developing good practice, how this relates to the UNCRC and also signpost to additional resources.
The sessions last 2 - 2.5 hours and are suitable for a maximum of 20 participants and a minimum of 5 services. Please note that this training is not designed to train whole (or nearly entire) staff teams unless the service operates a minimum of 5 services. SOSCN can deliver the training for free but interested individuals will need to organise the venue and bookings for other services. This is ideal for local out of school care networks or groups of local out of school care services which would like to undertake collective training.
This takes elements from our previous GIRFEC course however the SHANARRI discussion in relation to practice is expanded and includes new material. If you have previously undertaken out GIRFEC training this session will provide you with a reminder but additionally give you new materials and suggestions.
If you are interested in booking a session, then please email firstname.lastname@example.org