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Free recorded webinars from CELCIS

CELCIS regularly produces online webinars which discuss many topics concerning the care and protection of children and young people. The recordings of these events are below and reflect practice and policy in Scotland and beyond.


Webinar                              March 2021

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Emerging Adulthood: Implications for Scotland's care experienced young people and those who work to support them

The webinar discusses how we can support a better understanding of the development needs of young people and how this theory can support the aspirations of the Independent Care Review's The Promise by enabling more effective implementation of practice and provision.

Webinar                          February 2021


Using data to improve children's care and protection

In this discussion, our data team offer a perspective on what’s changed in data use in the sector since the beginning of 2020, including the impact of the PACE programme, the growing importance of the child protection minimum dataset, and the role of data in response to COVID-19.

Webinar                                March 2021


Continuing Care and the Welfare Assessment

CELCIS, the Care Inspectorate and Clan Childlaw introduce a Practice Note which clarifies the legislative requirements when undertaking a Welfare Assessment to support planning for a 'looked after' young person to 'stay put' in a care placement under Continuing Care arrangements.


Webinar                            January 2021

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Bridging the digital divide: If not now, When?

This webinar discussed how important digital access is for all young people, particularly those who are care experienced, and considered how to achieve this  and how to create the pathway to a society where all have the benefits of digital access.

Webinar                              March 2021

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Widening Participation and Access to Further and Higher Education

Lorraine Moore from the Hub for Success and Catherine McCormack from Edinburgh College who helped us reflect on the barriers and opportunities that care experienced people can encounter when applying to, or attending, college or university.



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