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TRAIN. GAIN. MAINTAIN. Early Years
Children, Young People &
Families Practitioner
Residential

Learning Includes

  • Listen and understand what has happened to the child, person or family members
  • Identify risks and call attention to things where unsafe
  • Identify strengths and difficulties and help prepare agreed safeguarding plans
  • Provide support through changes and monitor progress
  • Make decisions underpinned by theories, guidelines and sound practice
  • Understand the law and know where to find information to help form creative ideas
  • Think about things using professional judgement and analysis in complex situations
  • Include people using techniques for establishing shared goals and outcomes
  • Working with families, carers and children to devise, deliver and evaluate the effectiveness of interventions for the care and support of individual children and young people in residential care
  • Work within a team to promote the ethos of the home
  • Children, Young People and Families Practitioner (Residential)

    Level 4 Apprenticeship 13-15 months

    As a practitioner you will be working with children, young people and families, including carers, to achieve positive and sustainable change in their lives. The practitioner role includes demonstrating a passion to care for and about children, young people and families. This will involve recognising and assessing the complex needs that children, young people and families often present working alongside other professionals and organisations to share the responsibility for improving outcomes.

    The Practitioner will take the lead in developing and delivering the child’s placement plan and will work with the child to support their health, education, social and day to day needs, playing a significant role in helping them to thrive and fulfil their potential.

    Responsibilities include: lead in developing and delivering the child's placement plan, work with the child to support their health, education, social and day to day needs, playing a significant role in helping them to thrive and fulfil their potential.

    Job Roles:

    Working in a number of settings e.g. a children’s home, a residential special school or a secure children’s home. The children might be living on their own or in a larger group.
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