The essential, inescapable question we have to ask ourselves & be held accountable for. Are you ready?
The conversation I will share with you is an eye opener. A wake up call, in a good way. It’s a more gentle form of challenge than you might think, so don’t be afraid. Trust me. You can dive in.
Listen in to reflect with us about recommendations about training, polices & procedures, how to formulate succinct review questions which focus on new learning.
And when two podcasters get together it’s inevitable that we overflow with excitement about the power of the podcast to share developments in real time.
Let us know how the issues reflect your reviews or your partnership. The conversation speaks about reviews involving child safeguarding cases, but much of what we discuss is transferrable to Safeguarding Adult Reviews & Domestic Homicide Reviews.
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About Donna: Donna has 16 years public sector experience, including her last role as Head of Law for a leading metropolitan authority. Now a safeguarding adviser & trainer, Donna is involved in serious case reviews in both children’s and adults’ safeguarding, domestic homicide and is a SILP Reviewer and Mentor. Donna offers ‘SILP School’ her university accredited training course, CPD for reviewers & a free online network for leaders in review practice.
About Natasha: Natasha is at the University of East Anglia mainly as a PhD Researcher in Education exploring how staff and young people build and sustain relationships in different learning environments, what impacts the ‘doing’ of the relationships and how learning comes to be recognised. Her motivation to undertake the research was based on 30 years of experience working with young people, families and professionals, and thinking about how relationships are crucial to safeguarding.
You can contact Natasha through Twitter @DreamkeyInfo Engagement + Proportionality = SILP