The Role of the Panel Fostering

This course aims to provide foster carers with a better understanding of various legislation within children’s services, and explore how …

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This course aims to provide foster carers with a better understanding of various legislation within children’s services, and explore how your role is linked into the legislation and National Minimum Standards.

The main learning objectives of the course are as follows:

  1. To gain a better understanding of the Children Act 1989 and the legal implications for fostering
  2. To gain a better understanding of the other legislation relevant to children and fostering
  3. To develop a good understanding of your role as a carer and how this is linked to the National Minimum Standards for fostering
  4. To develop a good understanding of the Every Child Matters Green Paper and be able to apply this to your day-to-day foster care practice
  5. To identify key places to look for additional resources should you wish to learn more about this area of fostering

This Course meets the Training, Support and Development standards as outlined in The Fostering Services (England) Regulations 2011 / 2013.

Should you wish to discuss your needs before making a booking, please call 0800 774 7874.

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  1. Profile photo of Nigel Sabell Nigel Sabell says:

    As a member of panel this course enables me to focus on the core purpose of panel, and participate in making recommendations accordingly
    The protection and welfare of children is an overriding consideration when panel makes its recommendations
    Panel makes recommendations, it is the decision maker who makes the decision regarding approval of carers.
    All information received by Panel members is strictly confidential
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  2. Profile photo of Julie Blake Julie Blake says:

    The importance of reading the confidential information thoroughly prior to panel.
    Attend and undertake relevant training for continued personal and professional development.
    Adhere to all anti-discriminatory practise.
    To contribute to decision making for the benefit of the children and young people in care.
    Voice opinions and views clearly and professionally for effective outcomes for the foster carers, children & young people and the Agency.

    Decisions to extend a carer's approval range is made by the Agency Decision Maker and communicated to by the Panel Advisor to the Panel members.
    Decision for Approval should be made 8 months of the receipt of the fostering application
    Panel Members should complete Induction training within 10 weeks of joining the Central List
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  3. Profile photo of Mark Stafford Mark Stafford says:

    I am interested in joining the central list so wanted to know more about panel, before entering into more formsal training.
    That applicants need to be taken to panel within 8 months of application
    That I can challenge a panel decison via my line manager
    That applicants who are not happy with the outcaome of panel have to have the case re heard within 28 days
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  6. Profile photo of Linda Croft Linda Croft says:

    I will always refer to the and the fostering regulations and standards and my BAAF panel guide and always respect confidentiality.
    One Chair and you can have 2 Vice Chairs
    all panel papers to be handed to panel advisor at the end of the panel
    The Panel members only make recommendations
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  7. Profile photo of Robert Woods Robert Woods says:

    The Hofsteeter principles apply to panel process in that recommendations must be accompanied by reasons
    importance of confidentiality and transparency
    panel makes a recommendation not s decision
    the role of the ADM
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  8. Profile photo of Robert Woods Robert Woods says:

    The Hofsteeter principles apply to panel process in that recommendations must be accompanied by reasons
    importance of confidentiality and transparency
    panel makes a recommendation not s decision
    the role of the ADM
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  9. Profile photo of Faye Downer says:

    I am the panel minute taker and administrator so will this course was very relevant to my role. It has helped to refresh me on some of the time frames and procedures of Panel
    The agency decision maker must appoint up to two vice chairs
    That the agency decision maker must write to applicants within 6 days after the recommendation is made
    That all documentation must be returned to the Panel administrator after a meeting
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