Developed by Chris-Maree Sultmann who has trained in this area for 25 years, this research-informed workshop on risk assessment, developed specifically for Queensland practitioners, positions you to maintain currency in your practice with vulnerable children and families. Assessing risk remains central to supporting families in protecting and caring for their children, yet many practitioners remain unclear about the fundamentals of risk assessment work. The complexities of this work are many, as is the responsibility to ‘get it right’. Tensions exist where some practitioners find it tricky to integrate risk assessment with strengths-oriented practice, or to work together with families in identifying risk and building safety for children. This workshop ‘digs deeper’ into these questions, identifying the concepts, processes and skills fundamental to risk assessment and exploring how to put these into practice with families.

Who should attend?

Staff from Family and Child Connect services, Intensive Family Support services and any practitioners from across the health, domestic and family violence, education and community sectors who have a direct role in working with vulnerable children and families or who supervise and guide others in this.

Details Price Qty
Workshop Registration $350.00 AUD*  

* price includes taxes

  • Session One
     September 10, 2024
     9:30 am - 12:30 pm
  • Session Two
     September 11, 2024 - September 12, 2024
     9:30 am - 9:55 am




This event will be hosted online through Zoom