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									                                                             British Association for Adoption & Fostering
                                                                                           NORTHERN ENGLAND
                                                 4 Pavilion Business Park, Royds Hall Rd, Wortley, Leeds LS12 6AJ
                                                         T: 0113 289 1101 F: 0113 289 1177 E: leeds@baaf.org.uk
                                                                                                www.baaf.org.uk



                                         ONE-DAY WORKSHOP

               Managing your Foster Carers & the
              Role of the Supervising Social Worker
                                    8th October 2012 - Leeds

Theme                                                     Aims
Supervision of foster carers is a requirement of          The workshop will consider:
the minimum standards and as such is quite                 our understanding/ experience of supervision
different from the traditional ‘supportive’ social         styles of supervision
worker/ foster carer relationship. This workshop           the role and responsibilities of the supervising
will explore the role and responsibilities of this          social worker and the impact our foster carers
complex task; increase participants’ awareness             the National Minimum Standards and
of different styles of supervision and develop              Fostering Regulations.
supervision and communication skills.
                                                          Learning outcomes
Who should attend?
                                                          By the end of the day participants will:
Supervising social workers from local authorities          be able to differentiate between ‘support’ and
and independent fostering providers.                         ‘supervision’
                                                           be able to develop individual supervision
Level                                                        contracts with carers
Social workers new to the supervision of carers            be able to tackle poor fostering practice in a
and those who would like a refresher course,                 constructive way
and the opportunity to share practice ideas.               know how to enable carers to develop their
                                                             knowledge, skills and abilities.
Quotes                                                    “This course has provided pointers for improving
“I found this course very useful and will take            practice and an opportunity for reflecting”
away several different techniques for
                                                          “Great day, knowledgeable trainer.”
supervision.”

      Venue                               Times                                 Other

      BAAF Leeds Office                                                         Refreshments / Lunch
                                          Registration - 9.30am
      4 Pavilion Business Park                                                  provided.
                                          Start - 9.45am
      Royds Hall Rd                                                             A variety of relevant
      Wortley                             Close - 4.00pm                        publications will be on sale
      Leeds
      LS12 6AJ                                                                  during the day.
WORKSHOP REGISTRATION FORM
Managing your Foster Carers & the
Role of the Supervising Social Worker
                                                                                                     EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT - BOOK BY
                                                                                                     8TH SEPTEMBER AND GET £10 OFF
   Monday 8th October 2012 - Leeds                                                                   TOTAL COST
Please note that approximately 3 weeks prior to the date of the workshop, we will either:
 send a confirmation email with joining instructions or
 notify you by email that the workshop has been cancelled.

 Name:                                                                              Agency name & address:

 Position:

 Agency:

 Special diet/disability:                                                           Billing Address (if different to above)

 Telephone:
 E-mail address:

                                                                                    Billing e-mail address:
 (We will send your confirmation via email, so please
 write clearly and double check the spelling)                                       (NB. All invoices are sent by email)

 We will store your details and may want to contact you in the future with more information about our services and activity.
 Please cross box if you do not want us to do this.   We will not pass your information on to a third party without your permission. Data Protection Act 1998.

 Fee
     Full or associate BAAF members £95.00 (+ VAT £19.00) = £114.00 Membership Number: ____________________
     Individual BAAF Members £71.25 (+ VAT £14.25) = £85.50 Membership Number: _______________________
     Non-member rate £118.75 (+ VAT £23.75) = £142.50

    Remittance enclosed – Cheque (including VAT) payable to ‘BAAF Registered Charity‘
     Please invoice: - Purchase Order Number: __________________________
 In the event of a cancellation, I agree to pay a cancellation fee as detailed below.
 Substitutions and cancellations - Completion of this booking form is a binding agreement. Substitutions are welcome at any time.
 BAAF reserves the right to levy a fee in the event of cancellation. More than six weeks prior to the event 25% of the fee; between two and
 six weeks 50%; less than two weeks 100%.



        Please return completed registration to BAAF Yorkshire & Humber (post, fax or email):

        4 Pavilion Business Park
        Royds Hall Rd, LEEDS
        West Yorkshire, LS12 6AJ

        Tel: 0113 289 1101 Fax: 0113 289 1177 E-mail: leeds@baaf.org.uk

        (Please note that confirmation that a registration form has been received is only sent if requested)

        British Association for Adoption and Fostering is a registered charity. Nos. 275689 (England and Wales) and SC039337 (Scotland)
        Registered as a company limited by guarantee in England and Wales. No. 01379092. Registered office at 6-10 Kirby Street, London EC1N 8TS

								
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