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An Introduction to the Rights and Entitlements of Care Experienced Young People

Who is this for?

Professionals who work directly with children in care and care leavers e.g.

  • Social Workers
  • Personal Advisors
  • Careers Advisors/Job Coaches
  • Teachers
  • College/University Tutors
  • Student Services Staff
  • Welfare Officers
  • Job Centre Coaches
  • Public Service Staff.

What’s it about?

  • Do you support a child in care or care leaver?
  • Are you aware of key legislation and the legal framework around their eligibility for support?
  • Do you understand the difference between statutory and local entitlements?
  • Do you have knowledge of the routes to take to ensure care experienced young people can access their entitlements?

This bitesize training session highlights information on key legislation and the legal framework relating to care experienced young people, the difference between statutory and local offers and the routes available to challenge when things don’t go well. By the end of the session participants will be equipped to understand eligibility and entitlements in order to knowledgeably advise young people on their rights and to support them to access what they are entitled to.

How is it delivered?

Online via Zoom or Teams – 1 hour 45 minutes

How much does it cost?

£60 for individual bookings.

£300 for group bookings of up to 10 people.

If you have any further queries or would like to book please contact [email protected]