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Parental Responsibilities and Rights (£45-£70)

2nd June 2021 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

£50 – £70

This training session will be delivered remotely via Microsoft Teams.

This training will provide delegates with an understanding of what Parental Responsibilities and Rights (PRRs) are, who has them automatically and how you can obtain them if you do not have them automatically. This course will also look at the process of applying to court for orders relating to children (Section 11 orders), the overarching principles applied by courts when making orders about children, the right of the child to be heard and involved in the court action concerning them, different types of contact, enforcement of contact orders and fulfilling your parental responsibilities and exercising your parental rights during the COVID-19 crisis.
This course would be beneficial to social workers, teachers, nurses, therapists, advocacy workers, solicitors, staff at elected representatives offices, and anyone working with children and/or receiving queries related to parental responsibilities and rights.

Our online booking system is not operational at the moment.  To book a place, please e-mail events@sclc.org.uk with details of delegate(s) and we will send an invoice to you directly.  If you are a member of the Centre, you will receive a 10% discount.

Details

Date:
2nd June 2021
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Cost:
£50 – £70
Website:
www.sclc.org.uk

Organiser

SCLC
Phone:
0131 668 4400
Email:
events@sclc.org.uk

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