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Welcome to Week 5 — Working with Teams during COVID-19 and Other IDOs – Well-being and Project Management
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Welcome to Week 5 — Working with Teams during COVID-19 and Other IDOs – Well-being and Project Management

El anfitrión del curso muestra un video de bienvenida y una guía sobre el enfoque de la Semana 5.
<v 0>Hello and a warm welcome to Week Five.</v> <v 1>In Week Three and Four,</v> we focused on how to adapt child protection programs, and strategies to enable continuity throughout the different stages of infectious disease outbreaks.
We covered a wide range of topics, including online and offline safety, working with communities to protect children, awareness raising and case management.
This week, we turn our focus to working with teams during COVID-19 and other IDO’s. We will consider the challenges that members of the social services workforce may experience, as well as actions that can be taken to ensure the safety and well-being. of those working to support and protect children during IDO’s, such as COVID-19.
We will move on to unpack some of the key considerations around remote management and monitoring of child protection programs and services.
This will include considerations for working with local partners. This will be followed by a focus on adapting data collection approaches, in a safe and ethical manner to appropriately inform situation analysis during COVID-19. At the end of the week, we will turn our attention to accountability. Specifically, we will consider the impact of COVID-19 on feedback, reporting and complaint mechanisms, and the actions needed to ensure they continue to be accessible and effective throughout all stages of an IDO response.
We look forward to engaging in critical discussion and debate as we move through this week.

Hello, and a very warm welcome to Week 5.

By the end of this week, you should be familiar with:

  • Challenges, risks and protective measures for the safety and well-being of the social service workforce during COVID-19 and other IDOs.

  • Key considerations for remote project management, including monitoring of activities. Safe and ethical data collection during IDOs such as COVID-19.

  • Key actions to ensure accessible and effective accountability mechanisms during COVID-19 and other IDOs.

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