Facilitating multi-agency case conferences and meetings

Building the network and facilitating it to work in the best interest of the client.

What's it about?

This 2-day workshop is designed to assist workers in facilitating meetings and case conferences which involve family members and representatives from other agencies. It is based on the premise that clients are key stakeholders and experts in their own lives and that they with be more committed to plans and actions that they have been an equal partner in creating. The course will review group processes, leadership and facilitation models and the use of influence where no formal authority exists. The course will use local case studies as a basis for practice opportunities with heavy doses of feedback from courses trainers and participants.


This course is facilitated by Neil Carver-Smith and/or Margaret McBride


Currently only available in Singapore

30th & 31st October 2017


8.45 for a 9.00am start. Close 4.30pm


SASW Premises. Clementi Singapore


Morning and Afternoon refreshments provided


Contact SASW for details

Certificate of Attendance

Certificates of Attendance are issued to all participants who attend all sessions.


The aim of this programme is to further develop leadership skills in the area of facilitating multi-agency case conferences.

Learning Outcomes

At the end of this programme, the expected outcomes will be for participants to:

  • Be able to identify the agencies, organisations and others in the helping network;
  • Understand the obligations and responsibilities of agencies and organisations in the network;
  • Understand some of the barriers which may prevent agencies and organisations from engaging in the helping process;
  • Understand some of the barriers which may hinder families from engaging in the helping process;
  • Considered and practice strategies to overcome those barriers in the best interests of the family;
  • Develop facilitation and valued group member skills;
  • Identify and practice skills in running a case conference;
  • Understand the ongoing role of professionals after a case conference;
  • Develop skills in facilitating, monitoring and evaluating multi-disciplinary plans
  • Develop strategies to meet their own needs for support from within their own agency and from other organisations
  • Effectively assess when a case conference is appropriate and who should be involved;
  • How to effectively prepare all parties for a case conference
  • Understand the value of working from a strengths perspective

Further details: email or call SASW on 65 6778 7922