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  • Articles of Interest
    This page will keep you update to date with current workforce development updates and policies.

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  • Core Development Standard
    The Core Development Standard sets out to provide a framework for considering standardised essential development to be undertaken by individuals across the children's workforce, from those who have no direct contact with children and families to those who have direct contact; ensuring that all individuals are trained adequately to do their jobs effectively and meet national guidance.
  • Children's Workforce Strategy
    The Nottingham Children's Partnership Workforce Strategy was developed in 2010 and is available to download below. Every year the strategy is updated to outline the next steps for the forthcoming year aligned to the cross cutting principles from the Children and Young People's Plan refresh. There is also an overview of National and Local changes since the introduction of the strategy at the front.
  • Communication and Engagement
    Establishing rapport, trust and respect; barriers to communication; consultation and negotiation; citizen led choices and decision making.
  • Child Development
    Growth and developmental stages, difficulties and assessment, motivation and encouragement, attachment and parenting
  • Children's Partnership
    Working in partnership to improve services for children, young people and families in Nottingham.
  • Common Assessment Framework
    Welcome to the CAF website. These pages summarise the key information you need to know about the Common Assessment Framework (CAF).
  • Children and Young People's Plan
    After consultation and review the Children and Young People's Plan was produced to cover the period 2016-2020.

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  • Signs of Safety
    A New Approach to working with Children & Families!
  • Small Steps Big Changes(SSBC) Partnership Event
    Small Steps Big Changes is Nottingham's 10 year "A Better Start" Big Lottery Funded Programme to improve the lives of 0-3 years olds. Headed up by CityCare, a third sector provider of community health services, SSBC is a new partnership between, the City Council, Health partners, Voluntary sector Organisation, Parents, Families and Communities. The programme focuses on children, parents and communities in Arboretum, Aspley, Bulwell, St Anns and Beyond.
  • Safeguarding and Welfare
    Understanding harm, neglect and abuse; indications and risk; proportionate action; professional intervention and developing resilience.
  • Specialist Training
    Specialist skills and knowledge development opportunities. Conferences and Events.

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  • Training and Skills for YOU!
    Face to face training and self-directed learning on available to everyone who works within the Childrens Partnership which supports the <a href="/integrated-workforce-development/articles-of-interest/core-development-standard/">Core Development Standard. </a>