Lisa Brett on listening to young children and RAMPS

Lisa is the creator of the SeeMe.HearMe.KnowMe. tools, which are aimed at supporting practitioners in their listening practice and is also the author of some workforce development resources that support practitioners and mangers in creating a culture of listening,
· December 14, 2018

Lisa is the creator of the SeeMe.HearMe.KnowMe. tools, which are aimed at supporting practitioners in their listening practice and is also the author of some workforce development resources that support practitioners and mangers in creating a culture of listening, namely ‘The Cube’ resource and ‘The Listening Framework’. Lisa managed the Young Children’s Voices Network in Middlesbrough – a CWDC funded project to improve the voice of young children, which was awarded national best practice for 2 consecutive years by CWDC, and her work has been used by the Coram Family as a case study in the Listening to Children resource. Lisa is an independent trainer for Swiis Foster Care.

Lisa’s focus is very much on supporting practitioners to listen in practice, as well as working with managers and leaders on service improvement.

Website: http://creativetrainingsolutions.co.uk/

Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ctslbrett/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/c_t_solution

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