Discerning Best Practice from 3 Types of Review in 1 Event
In a world where connection & engagement takes place on a virtual platform it has never been more important for us to get together to shape the next generation of reviews.
For those who understand the need for reviews to embrace new challenges in the post pandemic era when professionals once again begin to engage with their clients more directly
The only event to combine rich conversations, networking & the intimacy of an in person experience online. For commissioners, review participants & reviewers who want to achieve highly engaging review experiences taking the best practice from across 3 types of review.
In an era in which executing assessments was more challenging than ever & opportunities to learn from practice became a luxury, not a necessity.
With me, your host, Donna Ohdedar
Create enduring connections by joining our accountability group & be supported to implement key takeaways by me, Donna Ohdedar, Head of SILP.
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When those at the leading edge meet & work this way, what is the result?
A tidal wave of positive impact in the world of reviews.
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Explore the 4 pillars of innovation for the post pandemic era through this workshop based journey around :
YOU CAN EXPECT . . .
all you need to sky rocket your review practice plus the announcement of the winners of our SILP School podcast competition [click here to win a Samsung Galaxy tablet]
On the day we enhance the networking opportunity by inviting you to join the SILP School graduation event for 2020 trainees.
Donna has 16 years public sector experience, including her last role as Head of Law for a leading metropolitan authority. Now a safeguarding adviser & trainer, Donna is involved in serious case reviews in both children’s and adults’ safeguarding, domestic homicide and is a SILP Reviewer and Mentor. Donna offers ‘SILP School’ her university accredited training course, CPD for reviewers & a free online network for leaders in review practice. Click here to join.
Professor of Social Work and Director of the Centre for Research on Children and Families at the University of East Anglia. Her research activity focuses on child protection, children’s views of child protection, family support and inter-agency working. For over ten years Marian has conducted national analyses of serious case reviews in England, together with Prof Peter Sidebotham.
Founded AAFDA, a centre of excellence for reviews after domestic homicide and for specialist peer support, in 2008, five years after the murder of his sister Julia and nephew William Pemberton. Frank and his family campaigned for five years to uncover all the facts. As a Home Office appointed reader, Frank provides assessments of reviews to the panel which quality assures DHRs.
Laura Rawstorne is responsible for Serious Incidents, Safeguarding Partnership Reform, and the Child Safeguarding Practice Review Panel in Children’s Social Care at the DfE. She has worked in central government for over 12 years, including roles in DfE on COVID response, social mobility, and academies.
Karen Manners QPM was appointed to the Child Safeguarding Practice Review Panel in June 2018 and was interim chair from March 2020 to December 2020. She was Deputy Chief Constable of Warwickshire Police, and has over 32 years of experience in policing. She was the national lead for policing on the Vulnerability Action Plan.
This event is for anyone involved in reviews with an interest in innovation & discerning best practice. This will include review commissioners such as partnership managers & DHR officers as well as independent chairs & sub group chairs. It will also be of benefit to review participants & quality assurance professionals.
SILP helps impact driven commissioners to understand the value of an engaging process which leaves agencies' views of themselves & the system transformed...
switching on light bulbs, prioritising learning from strong practice ...
& creating an end product with only a handful of implementable objectives which fit with the organisational strategic vision.