Parental Alienation

Dave Darby made this Freedom of Information request to Children and Family Court Advisory Support Service

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Dear Children and Family Court Advisory Support Service,

Please supply me under the Freedom of Information Act, a comprehensive list of the training CAFCASS offers its social workers, to assist with Parental Alienation. Indicating what modules it covers, time taken to train the staff, furthermore supplying power-point demonstrations or such like.

Yours.

David Darby
Trying to be a loving father to Tommi Cayden Darby #tommi

Governance - Cafcass, Children and Family Court Advisory Support Service

Dear Mr Darby

Thank you for your email. Please accept this as a formal acknowledgement of your Freedom of Information requests received on 15 July 2016.

Your reference number is CAF 16-100.

We aim to respond to you promptly, and at the latest 20 working days from receipt of your request. You will therefore receive a response on or before 11 August 2016.

Kind regards,

Governance Team | Cafcass
G [CAFCASS request email] |  www.cafcass.gov.uk 

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Dear Mr Darby

 

Thank you for your email.

 

Please find attached our response to your Freedom of Information request.

 

Kind regards,

 

Governance Team | Cafcass

* [1][CAFCASS request email] | ü [2]www.cafcass.gov.uk 

 

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Dear Cafcass,

So to clarify, other than a check sheet, FCA's receive ZERO training to to assist with Parental Alienation. As you have not indicated what modules it covers, time taken to train the staff nor supplied power-point demonstrations or such like. This seems somewhat contradictory of what the assistant director of Cafcass, Sarah Parsons, says: “Parental alienation is responsible for around 80% of the most intransigent cases that come before the family courts … We already train our social workers to recognise the issue, but this takes helping families experiencing it one step further.”. https://www.theguardian.com/society/2016...
So I ask again.....please supply me a comprehensive list of the training CAFCASS offers its social workers, to assist with Parental Alienation. Indicating what modules it covers, time taken to train the staff, furthermore supplying power-point demonstrations or such like.

Yours sincerely,

David Darby
Trying to be a loving father to Tommi Cayden Darby #tommi #tommicaydendarby

Governance - Cafcass, Children and Family Court Advisory Support Service

Dear Mr Darby

Thank you for your email. Please accept this as a formal acknowledgement of your request for an internal review of CAF 16-100.

You will receive a response on or before 23 August 2016.

Kind regards,

Governance Team | Cafcass
G [CAFCASS request email] |  www.cafcass.gov.uk 

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Dear Mr Darby

 

Thank you for your email.

 

Please find attached our response to your request for an internal review
of the original FOI response.

 

Kind regards,

 

Governance Team | Cafcass

* [1][CAFCASS request email] | ü [2]www.cafcass.gov.uk 

 

[3]Cafcass_Logo_2014_email

 

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