- understand the principles behind supervision models
- recognise and apply reflective supervision
- undertake dynamic risk assessment during supervision
- Create clear, focused and reviewable plans and actions
It was a great 2 days not only with the training but it also help me understand where the senior team are which was an unexpected positive.
John Woodhouse is a former residential manager, social worker and senior manager with experience in local authority, voluntary and private sector.
He has direct experience of managing both children’s homes and child protection investigation teams, including setting up a MASH and managing the South West Child Protection Procedures. More recently he is a director at dialogue, who have much experience advising children’s homes, local authorities, health authorities and Local Safeguarding Children Boards on the development of safe systems and procedures.
John brings a strong child focus, over twenty-five years of experience and an accountable management style that sets out clear pathways for joint decision-making with other agencies for the most vulnerable children and young people.