Managers tools and templates

This section contains information about working with staff members internally such as policies, procedures and ways of working that support positive working relationships and development of staff. 

 

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Summary: A light-touch but robust quality assurance tool created by Haringey youth justice service used by managers to support quality assurance procedures of case management.       Description: Haringey youth justice service have shared their light-touch quality assessment checklist. The checklist is for use by managers in the quality assurance of AssetPlus. It is designed to be a thorough and…
Summary: York youth offending team have shared their AssetPlus audit tool and tracker, which aims to support quality assurance of case management.      Aims: To support quality assessment of AssetPlus stages To track emerging performance needs, either at a team/service level or through feedback to individual practitioners.     Description:York youth offending team have shared their AsetPlus quality assurance…
Summary: Access to the quality assurance tool for AssetPlus within the Secure Estate.     Description: The Youth Justice Board have made available the quality assurance tool (full version) which should be used by secure establishment managers. Available is also the Entering into Custody Stage and Secure Estate Review Stage. 
Summary: Derby youth offending service have created a quality assurance tool which is used by managers when undertaking quality assurance on AssetPlus stages. Aims: Tool supports quality assuring the various stages of AssetPlus It can be used to tract emerging performance needs     Description:Derby youth offending service (YOS) have created an AssetPlus quality assurance tool, which is used by…
Summary: West Berkshire youth offending team have created a reflection tool to support case workers to reflect on their assessment of children.     Aims: To support case workers reflect on their assessments and work with children and their families.     Description: West Berkshire youth offending team have created a reflection tool to support case workers to reflect on…
Summary:  Camden youth offending service have shared their enhanced constructive resettlement practice guidance.     Description: Camden youth offending service have shared their enhanced constructive resettlement practice guidance, which is underpinned by the principles originating from the Youth Justice Board constructive resettlement document. The guidance was developed in partnership with Camden and Islington Mental Health Trust to support commitment to…
Summary: Leicester City youth offending service have developed and shared their resettlement policy that supports and guides effective resettlement practice.      Aims: The purpose of this policy is to provide direction and guidance to staff in effective resettlement practice in line with relevant research recommendations.     Description: Leicester City youth offending service have shared their resettlement policy. The…
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