Strengths-based practice:
Multi–session learning programme

A strengths-based approach to care is a collaborative process that draws on an individual’s strengths and assets and those within their community.

Local authorities across the country are increasingly adopting this approach within their service delivery, requiring managers to have the skills to lead on and embed implementation.

This in-depth learning programme has been designed to guide team managers and leaders to develop their confidence and capabilities in modelling good strengths-based practice within their local context.

SCIE has a national reputation for developing tools, processes and resources that support strengths-based practices.

Course modules

Module 1 – A basis in strengths-based approaches

Module 2 – Tailored action learning on priority issues

Action plan testing within the workplace between modules 2 and 3.

Module 3 – Reflection on progress and future planning

Learning outcomes

Who should attend?

Heads of Service, Principal Social Workers, Learning and Development Leads, Team Leaders, Assistant Team Leaders, Champions.


Three half-day sessions with three to four-week interim periods for testing and learning.

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This is a sample training course outline. It is based on approximately 25 delegates, trained at your premises. It can be adapted to your organisation’s training and CPD requirements.

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