From the insights of the project “Safeguarding children and working with Eastern and Central European families; Insights and learning from a section of migrant communities across Peterborough, Cambridgeshire and Norfolk”, the course will increase participants’ levels of knowledge, confidence, and ability to engage effectively with migrant families from Eastern and Central Europe across the regions.
Aims & Learning Outcomes:
To increase participants’ levels of knowledge, confidence, and ability to engage effectively with migrant families from Eastern Europe.
By the end of the course delegates will have:
- Increased knowledge of cultural values and how it affects people’s behaviour.
- Greater understanding of the significance of culture in the lives of eastern and central European families and the impact on parenting styles and child upbringing.
- Developed a stronger appreciation of the nuances of culture and cultural practices and the impact on child safeguarding.
- Explored strategies to better engage families with an eastern and central European background.
This course is aimed at all front line practitioners and managers working with children, parents or carers.