Family Nurse Partnership (FNP) Knowledge and Skills Exchange (KSE)
Event Code
SCB/21/0174
Venue
Virtual Learning, .
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Trainers
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Target Audiences
Adoption and Fostering Worker / Manager, Approved Mental Health Professional (AMHPs), Bail and Remand Worker / Manager, Child Protection Nurse, Child Protection Worker / Coordinator / Manager, Childminder, Children's Centre Worker / Manager, Community Psychiatric Nurse (CPN), Connexions PA / Worker / Manager, Consultant (Practitioner), Contact and Referral Worker / Manager, Creche Worker / Manager, Designated Safeguarding Lead, Disability and Special Needs Worker / Manager, Early Years Worker / Practitioner / Manager, Family Worker / Manager, Foster Carer / Adopter, Headteacher (New), Headteacher (Secondary), Health Visitor, Housing Worker / Manager, Inclusion Worker / Leader / Manager, Mental Health Worker, Midwife, Newly Qualified Social Worker, Newly Qualified Teacher, Nurse, Nursery Worker, Occupational Therapist, One o'Clock Centre Worker / Manager, Outreach Worker, Parent Worker, Participation Worker, Police Community Support Worker, Police Officer, Portage Worker / Manager, Probation Officer / Manager, PSHE / Healthy Schools Worker, School Nurse, SEN Teacher, Social Care Worker, Social Worker / Manager (Adults), Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCo), Student Social Worker, Substance Misuse Worker / Manager, Support Staff / Worker / Manager, Trainee Occupational Therapist, Trainee Social Worker, Welfare Officer, YOT Worker / Manager, Youth Worker / Manager
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Subjects
Adolescents, Assessment, BAME, Case Work, Child Development, Child Protection, Community Involvement & Outreach, Connexions, Corporate Parenting, Disability & Special Needs, Domestic Violence / Abuse, Drugs, Early Help, Early Years & Foundation Stage, Eating Disorders, EHITS (Early Help IT System), Emotional, Mental Health & Wellbeing, Family Assessment, Family Support, Fostering, Groupwork, Housing & Homelessness, Information Sharing, Integrated Working, Learning difficulties & disabilities, Looked after Children, Mental Health, Multi-agency Working, NQTs (Newly Qualified Teachers), Parental Substance Misuse, Parenting, PSHE, Safeguarding (Adults), Safeguarding (Children & Young People), SEN (Special Educational Needs), Signs of Safety & Wellbeing, Skills for Life, Social Care, Social Work (Adults), Social Work (Children & Young People), Substance Misuse, Team Around the Child, Teenage Pregnancy & Parents, Transition, Working with fathers, Young Carers, Young People, Youth Work
Event description
The FNP is an evidenced-based, opt-in, home visiting programme for first time (young) parents.

This service is delivered by Family Nurses who are highly skilled practitioners in, engaging clients, recognising their change talk and, guiding clients into making healthier choices for them and their baby.

KSE is an opportunity to learn from the FNP in their specialist knowledge across 4 workshops which will take place on a ½ to 1 day training.

The aims of KSE is to deliver training that will build on the practitioners knowledge and respectfully challenge them to refresh or improve their skills while recognise their own strengths. It hopes to deliver outcomes for the Practitioner to have a plan for implementing their learning into practice.
There are 4 Workshops in this session 
Training objectives
Communication
Aim: Build on existing knowledge and skills by sharing knowledge; provide an overview of Motivational Interviewing

Parent-child attachment
Aim: Build on existing knowledge of the Attachment Theory by exploring the evidence and using skills practice to learn how to recognise and support the development of a secure attachment

The adolescent brain
Aim: build on the practitioner’s knowledge of the adolescent brain development, explore the positives and challenges of working with adolescents and, review how to accommodate the developing brain to improve engagement and working relationships with adolescents.

Engaging marginalised clients
Aims: Gain or build a better understanding of marginalised clients and barriers to engagement or accessing services, Increase knowledge and explore skills required to increase ways of engaging clients and sustaining a therapeutic relationship.

Learning outcomes
Communication
Objectives: Practitioners will leave with a plan for embedding their learning into practice

Parent-child attachment
Objective: Practitioners will leave with a plan for embedding their learning into practice

The adolescent brain
Objectives: Practitioners will leave with a plan for embedding their learning into practice

Engaging marginalised clients
Objectives: Practitioners will leave with a plan for embedding their learning into practice
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Start Date
Wednesday 26 May 2021
End Date
Wednesday 26 May 2021
Closing Date
Wednesday 26 May 2021
Times
13:30 - 16:30
Maximum Places
20 
Cost
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Number of Sessions
1