Monday 19th July 2021, 1.00-2.30pm
What is the difference in value & impact terms of an overview report whose primary focus is analysis & learning? Less of what happened & more of the why...
Take a moment to think about it.
Less time spent for every review participant, those involved in quality assurance & the wider reader. Less debate about the facts, reduced blame & defensiveness. Creating more space for learning & improvement work.
I am Donna Ohdedar, & I support review commissioners, participants, quality assurance professionals & reviewers to improve the quality of reviews.
You are invited to this free training designed for those involved in Safeguarding Adult Reviews, Domestic Homicide Reviews & Child Safeguarding Practice Reviews.
Join me for 90 minutes of free delivered content plus Q & A, where I will share my framework for bringing the reports you contribute to, read, quality assure or write into a shape & size that delivers the learning succinctly for wide dissemination in a format that suits 2021 practice.
In this 90 minute workshop experience, you will hear how I helped reviewers & commissioners move away from situations like these :
Join me post workshop for 5 Tuesday Takeaway lunch time sessions to develop the workshop themes further. Click here for the session calendar & click here to join the facebook group where these will be hosted. Not a facebook account holder? Click here for support.
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. Click here to hear the latest episode of the SILP School podcast.
The difference between regurgitating volumes of fact & honouring the subject & the family, the practitioner contribution & the review journey succinctly.
How everything the reader needs about what happened can be structured in one succinct section, avoiding fact to overspill into analysis.
How ‘set up’ wording can be reduced whilst still complying with guidance & losing nothing in terms of scene setting.
The exact steps I and my community have taken to deliver packaged dissemination options with punchier takeaways for busy practitioners.
Are you ready to unlock these changes in your next review?
Click here to join.
Save the date for workshops 2 & 3 in this series on 13th & 30th September at 1pm. Attend all 3 to receive a special bonus.