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  1. Participation in Induction and Workforce Development Project manager – Pauline Smith SDSA pauline.smith@sdsa.net Project team: Lindsay Allen – East Midlands Voluntary Youth Pam Curley - Connexions Derbyshire Liz Morris – Family Welfare Association Naomi Feldman – Derby CYPD Steering Group: East Midlands Strategic Participation Leads and Strategic Workforce Development Leads

  2. Project Outline • CWDC funded project, brought together a strong partnership • Gap in induction related resources across the country • Forming the project team • Mapping questionnaire • Identifying good practice in the East Midlands • Developing the Toolkit

  3. Participation Toolkits • Launching Today are: • Early Years Toolkit (supported by Participation Works) • Participation in Induction Toolkit (supported by CWDC) • Both developed in the East Midlands

  4. CWDC Induction Standards • Standard 1: Principles and values • Standard 2: Workers role • Standard 3: Health and safety • Standard 4: Communicating effectively • Standard 5: Child development • Standard 6: Safeguarding • Standard 7: Self development

  5. Purpose of the Toolkit • 9 case studies from around the region • Interactive quiz for induction of new staff • Ongoing staff training and development • Use within in-house training

  6. Give it a go Question 1 • How does your organisation monitor the ethnicity, gender and disability of service users in a way that makes sense to children & young people • A) Tell them it’s a bit boring but we have a form to fill in • B)  Explain it’s important that all children & young people have access to the service and explain this information is important in order to improve the service • C) Have a good look at them and fill in the form yourself

  7. Question 1 Answers • A) This is unlikely to encourage them to take part • B) Good Answer • C) This may be seen as rude and it is easy to be wrong and to stereotype children & young people

  8. Give it a go again Question 2 • Which of the following principles will be most important in your day to day work? • A) Understanding the needs, rights and views of children & young people? • B) Health & Safety • C) Welfare of children& young people & working in their best interests • D)Equality and diversity

  9. Question 2 Answers • A) if you fully understand the needs, rights, and views of young people, you will be taking into account their health & safety, welfare and equality of opportunity. All of these principles should be at the centre of all practice and provision

  10. Question 2 Answers • B) Health & Safety of children & young people will be actively promoted • C) The welfare of the child is paramount in all matters before the court (1989 Children’s Act) • D) Equality & Diversity helps us all to understand the best ways of working with children & young people

  11. Derby Case Study • Motivation behind the power point • Young people’s involvement • Using the power point • Adapting it for the needs of your organisation • Workshop this afternoon • Within the CWDC toolkit

  12. NIGHTMARE STAFF Big Ego Obnoxious Two faced Patronising Nasty Over protective Angry Stubborn Depressed Lazy Grumpy Swears Cold hearted Violent Doesn’t listen Unprofessional Uncaring Inappropriate clothing Sarcastic Puts you down Makes assumptions Talks for you not to you IDEAL STAFF Polite Understanding Efficient Smiling Willing to help Professional Reliable Warm hearted Intelligent Easy to talk to Trustworthy Happy Approachable Punctual Presentable Welcoming Imaginative Good listener Art work on all slides by Curtis, Deepali,Josh, Mehwish and Tyrone YOUR WORKER

  13. More Information – pick up your Toolkit • CWDC – www.cwdcouncil.org.uk •  Participation Works – www.participationworks.org.uk •  National Youth Agency (NYA) – www.nya.org.uk • Children’s Rights Officers & Advocates – www.croa.org.uk • Children’s Rights Alliance for England – www.crae.org.uk • School Development Support Agency (SDSA) – www.sdsa.net • East Midlands Voluntary Youth – www.emvy.org.uk • National Council for Voluntary Youth Services (NCVYS) – www.ncvys.org.uk