The Building Blocks of Our Approach and Achieving Better Outcomes

Introducing Social Care Support

Active Learning


  • The training is skills led, in which the delegates are encouraged to explore each topic through activities, discussion and experiential learning. 
  • We use accelerated learning techniques mainly through NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) and coaching methodology which makes learning continue long after the participants have left.
  • NLP is an approach to effective communication as well as personal and organisational development. Working with our structure of experience, respectfully knowing how we communicate that experience with ourselves and    others, setting appropriate goals to make change and create positive    well-formed outcomes. 
Strength Based Approaches

Strength-Based Approaches

  • We are strong proponents of strength and evidenced-based approaches.
  • We believe that people should be at the centre of what we do and promote goal orientated practice to support people to self-direct their lives, focusing on strengths as opposed to deficits.
  • We advocate that there are other resources outside of statutory services which can be permissively enhancing to the people we serve.
Strength Based Approaches

Learning in Practice

  • LIP is in-the-moment learning to inform and support multi-agency creative problem solving and decision making. It is supported through access to tools and an easily accessible evidence-based directory of previous lessons learnt from research, lived experience, case law, IMRs, and SARs.
  • LIP is real, reflexive, relevant, responsive, and robust, to improve practice standards, decision making and person-centred outcomes. Delegates will be encouraged to work towards clear goals and outcomes that are both tangible, measurable and can regularly be reviewed.