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RCLDS Convene an effective CARE team meeting

Thursday October 21, 2021, 9:30 am - 12:30 pm


The aim of this workshop is to provide practitioners with an understanding of the principles that frame CARE teams to ensure they are meaningful & successful.

This training provides information on how to embed CARE team processes, including collaborative practice, working in partnership, effective communication and engagement of young people.

Topics Covered in this Workshop

    • CARE team processes
    • A CARE team approach
    • Core values that frame CARE teams
    • Collaborative practice
    • Convening CARE teams
    • Constraints & barriers to convening effective CARE teams
    • Engagement skills
    • Having the difficult conversation
    • Strategies to enhance CARE teams
    • Engaging young people to participate in their CARE teams
    • Completing the required documentation for CARE teams

Learning outcomes

An understanding of how to:

  • Convene an effective CARE team meeting & its processes
  • Develop strategies to convene a CARE team meeting effectively
  • Working collaboratively & in partnership with families, child protection, service providers and others
  • Address any constraints or barriers within CARE teams
  • Ensuring a BICPM & LAC approach is embedded by developing a suite of meaningful questions to engage families in difficult conversations
  • Support young people to engage in their CARE team meetings
  • Completing the requirement documentation, agenda, minutes, LAC and other requirements.

Thursday 21st October 9:30-12:30pm

Where will I find the link to join the session?

  • We will email you a calendar invitation with the Zoom link a few days before the training date once registrations have closed.  Please use your work email when registering as we will only be sending the link to participants who are eligible.


Thursday October 21, 2021
9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Event Category:


OoHC, Residential Care, Supervisors
3.0 Hrs
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