In light of continuing Government advice regarding the spread of coronavirus (Covid-19) and social distancing, the majority of our face to face courses remain cancelled. Alternatively, we are pleased to offer an increasing range of online and virtual courses. Please see individual courses for details.
Assessment & Care Management / Directly Provided Services (ESCC) / Managers / Social Care (non Social Worker)
ESCC Assessment & Care Management / ESCC Directly Provided Services
Developing strengths-based practice requires us to learn from positive practice and feedback, within a systemic culture that is often more geared to reacting to crisis or 'failure'. This workshop will explore the principles of appreciative inquiry, consider how the approach may be applied to direct work and explore models for case discussion and supervision which enable strengths-based reflective practice.
Pre-course preparation required:
Create an online Research in Practice for Adults (if you don’t already have one)
Go to www.ripfa.org.uk
Click on Create Account in the top right hand corner
Complete your details – using your work email address
When completing your details, ensure you subscribe to the e-bulletin and monthly Research and Policy update
Your username and temporary password will be sent to you via email
Log in using your username and password, and spend 5-10 minutes exploring the website and resources.
To give staff an opportunity to explore appreciative inquiry as a tool for use when working with clients and their families.
By the end of this session, it is anticipated delegates will:
Explore the principles of appreciative inquiry
Understand how to incorporate appreciative inquiry when working with adults
Consider using appreciative inquiry to support positive outcomes in the adult safeguarding process
Understand the importance of ‘Professional Curiosity’ within an appreciative inquiry framework
Examine the practitioner role and improving outcomes using appreciative inquiry
Explore inclusive and focused recording in professional case management
Discuss the impact of appreciative inquiry in reflective supervision.