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There to keep everyone safe, professional boundaries are far more than a set of ground rules that everyone signs up to. But whilst multi-agency procedures for safeguarding young people from abuse or exploitation should be familiar to all, there can be times where the need to break confidentiality is not so clear. Information shared, maybe for the first time, is given with trust and a responsibility for what we do with it.
So how do we encourage young people to be open and honest about the issues affecting them, whilst knowing that we are likely to be recording what they tell us and may have a duty to share it outside of our own organisation? How do we balance safeguarding with relationship building? And how do we support young people through that process, so they actively participate, rather than lose control of the narrative?
This interactive training course considers the ethics of voluntary participation in youth work balanced with the policies and legislation we work within to explore challenges that youth workers can experience as we strive to build positive relationships based on trust and mutual respect.
Join Vanessa Rogers as she shares her expertise and practical tools.
Through interactive training and discussion learn effective approaches to build trust, provide support, and empower young people.
Tailored for youth workers and educators; master ethical youth work with ‘Professional Boundaries in Youth Work’ training.
This interactive training incorporates case studies, group discussion, and practical exercises to enhance participants’ understanding and application of the concepts discussed.
Additionally, participants will gain access to a wide range of resources, including educational materials, referral networks, and support services.
Embark on this essential journey to empower the next generation with knowledge and resilience and become a catalyst for positive change in the lives of young people.
On Completion Of This Course, You Will Receive A Certificate & Resources That Can Be Used Towards Your Continued Professional Development (CPD
Our Experienced Trainers Support Participants Through Interactive Exercises And Facilitated Discussions, Creating A Safe Space For Reflection, Sharing And Professional Development.
Tel: 0208 207 5567