OSCB launches new ‘Early Help Skills’ eLearning course
The OSCB are delighted to launch the Early Help Skills: an introduction eLearning course which is now live on the OSCB website.
This ‘Early Help Skills’ eLearning course will provide information about what ‘Early Help’ is and why it is so important for all professionals/practitioners to be able to identify when concerns about a child and their family, first emerge and to become more aware of the tools available to help in day to day practice, including the Strengths & Needs Tool/Prompt Sheet.
It is advisable to complete this eLearning course to gain an overview of early help, before attending the trainer led ‘Webinar: Early Help Skills Session’, which is also bookable through the OSCB website; although it can be completed as a standalone introduction.
This training is designed for any professional/practitioner from both children and adult services including the community and voluntary sector. The eLearning course is specifically designed to increase knowledge and understanding of how supporting families at an early stage helps to ensure that co-ordinated support is offered to children/families at the earliest opportunity.