Common Assessment Framework (CAF / Early Help) Covering CAF Assessment
The Common Assessment Framework (CAF or Early Help) is a standardised, shared assessment and planning framework used to help early identification of a child or young person’s additional needs.
It’s also used to promote co-ordinated service provision to meet these needs and is a key element of the Every Child Matters: Change for Children Programme.
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7 reviews for Common Assessment Framework (CAF / Early Help) Covering CAF Assessment
I have done other online courses before, this one was the best.
This was an excellent opportunity to understand CAF and how this is to achieve better outcomes.
Overall I found this course interesting and comprehensive.
Suitable for all staff working with children and families. Clarifies how all agencies can contribute to successful support to families.
This served my purposes well. I have undertaken the full CAF course and this was ideal as a refresher. Thank you.
I do have a clearer understanding of the CAF process now.
I enjoyed doing the course and answering questions as it went along thus making sure it was understood.
Enjoyable and informative short course, easy to navigate and something I will return to again and again.
The course has given me the information and guidance i required in order to know when to undertake a CAF.
This was very engaging and I learnt a lot about CAF. It is very easy with simple instructions. Thank you.
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