Duration: Half Day from 09:30am-12:30pm or 1.30pm – 4.30pm
Families First Keyworker Litebite Training is a half day training that incorporates Families First Practice Standards, Guidance and effective recording and case management on the EHM system in relation to the role of Keyworker within an Episode.
Aim of the course
This course is aimed at practitioners who are already trained on the EHM System and will initiate Families First Assessments (FFA) or Short Term Work and/or undertake a keyworker role for a family.
Delegates attending this course will gain an understanding of the role of a Keyworker within the Families First Episode, understand the use of the Families First Practice Standards, pathways and tools, including using the EHM system to effectively record and evidence support and improved outcomes for the family through to closure of the Families First Episode.
Practitioners will have improved confidence in their role as a Keyworker in order to ensure effective support for Families.
Prior Learning expectations
Delegates cannot attend this course unless they have previously attended the Families First Practice and Early Help Module (EHM) system training and have experience of undertaking a Keyworker role within the Families.
To Book this training please refer to the Bespoke Families First Training Checklist (DOCX 50KB) Opening in a new window
Contact and cancellations
If you have any queries regarding EHM training, call 01438 737447 or email email@example.com.
EHM training is currently offered free of charge for Hertfordshire Children's Services staff and all Children's workforce partners. However, services will be charged if:
- an individual cancels without a valid reason
- an individual fails to attend a training session/workshop.
- All cancellations must be notified by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- If a booking is cancelled within 10 working days without a valid reason, or the delegate fails to attend the course, a cancellation fee of £50 will be charged.
- Valid reasons include non-attendance due to sickness or a statutory role requiring the delegate to be elsewhere at short notice, for example, attending court.
- General pressure of work would not be considered a valid reason.
- Absence due to illness should be notified by email and corroborated by the delegate's line manager.