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ASC - Safeguarding Adults Practitioner (SAP) Module 3 - Court Skills & Report Writing (Bournemouth Venue) (Cancelled 13/3/2020) www.bcpworkforcedevelopment.co.uk event
Start date Thursday 26 March 2020 Add to Outlook Calendar
Times 09:15 - 16:30 
Arrival Time 09:00 
Closing date Thursday 26 March 2020
Marsham Court Hotel -The View, 3 Russell Coates Road, Bournemouth, BH1 3AB
Venue notes Hotel car park off Grove Road, availability on a first come first served basis.

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Lunch can be eaten in the training room.

Bar snacks are available to purchase on the day. 
Event Leader Antonia Noble 
Event Contributor
Antonia Noble 
Admin Contact Deborah Savage (deborah.savage@bcpcouncil.gov.uk
Event Description All registered professionals working in Adult Social Care ( OT's Nurses and Social Workers)
MUST have attended Module 1 & 2
MUST have at least one year post qualified work experience in ASC
MUST have completed ASYE if a Social Worker
Pre requisites are now:
Completed Essential Adults Safeguarding Skills training (or refresher if appropriate)
Completed Safeguarding Children E-Learning module on I-Learn
Read the current Safeguarding Policy and Procedures
Shadowed a safeguarding enquiry

To develop knowledge and skills for court work

Please arrive at 9am for a prompt 9:15am start.

Lunch is not provided on this course - Delegates can take lunch but must eat in the training room or delegates can purchase from the hotel at their own cost.

This course needs to be updated annually. 
Event Outcomes Learning Outcome: By the end of this course delegates will

Have an understanding of the different roles and procedures of the different courts in Adult Safeguarding Work.

Have applied strategies for being a witness in court and providing evidence or being cross-examined

To develop good practice skills in writing succinct and analytical reports for day to day recording and use at court

Content includes:

Overview of different courts and their procedures

Definition of the roles and expertise of those attending court including explaining who does what, when, why and how; including language to use in court and how to address staff

Consideration of the practical issues e.g forms of address in the different courts, the
procedures adopted in court and the personal preparation for attending court

Examining giving evidence, e.g the process and practice, dealing with lawyers,
handling cross examination-where to stand, what to say, how to address the court, making sure evidence is heard and presented to the best effect so the court hears and understands what is wanted to be put across.

Knowledge of the use of chronologies and associated out-of-court protocols e.g
discussing ‘bundle' out of court

Understand the difference between descriptive and analytical writing and how to write succinct and analytical court reports

Course Cost £ 0 
Event Charges Notes  
Maximum places 19 
Minimum places 15 
Programme Area Adult Social Care 
Event Notes Please contact:Deborah Savage 01202456700 if you have any queries. We will not confirm places immediately. CPD online is usually a first come first served system, however we are aware that there are needs in specific teams and localities and therefore will confirm places in due course as guided by Statutory Service Manager in terms of operational priority. Please hold dates in your diary until place is confirmed  
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