Level 3 Safeguarding: Statement and Report Writing (Northern Ireland)

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25 January 2018
8.45am - 4.45pm
Holiday Inn Belfast City Centre
Spaces available

RCPCH members: £275

Non-RCPCH members: £350

The RCPCH are pleased to be working with our partners at Bond Solon in offering this 1 day course.

As part of their clinical practice, practitioners will be required to produce statements or reports that will later be scrutinised. They may be used internally for audit or responding to complaints and externally in tribunals, inquiries, regulatory proceedings or the courts. All too often, excellent clinical knowledge and skills are undermined when statements or reports fall below an acceptable standard.

This course explores what is required from statements and reports. Practitioners will identify the issues to be addressed and the relevant evidence to be included. They will use objective criteria to assess what has been written and receive feedback to help improve their skills.

Facilitator: Ms Francesca Burfield, Barrister

About Bond Solon

Bond Solon is the UK’s leading legal training company for non-lawyers. Over the past 21 years, over 250,000 delegates have attended our training programmes. We work with a broad range of public and commercial organisations helping them to ensure that personnel are able to work to best practice standards with confidence and that they are aware of the legal framework in which they operate. Bond Solon delivers training throughout the UK and worldwide.

We are also the leading provider of legal training within the health sector and have worked with over 300 NHS trusts and health bodies. Since 1994 Bond Solon has been working closely with a large number of health groups to design and deliver training solutions which support practitioners to work confidently within the law and provide excellent clinical care. Our courses are CPD/CME approved.

Objectives & learning outcomes

Key learning aims:

  • Identifying the issues to be addressed
  • Distinguishing between fact and assumption
  • Ensuring any opinion is based on fact
  • How to use records and notes as the basis for statements or reports
  • Appropriate format, layout and style
  • Understanding the formal requirements governing statements and reports and, where applicable, the relevant procedural rules
  • Developing an objective and critical approach to written evidence

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