Childrens Social Care

tri.x bring years of experience to the task of producing online procedures which support and reflect best practice. Not only do we provide a stable platform to host online procedures, we also work closely with our customers to build a relationship to ensure that their procedures remain up-to-date and are tailored to meet their needs.

Online Procedures for Children's Social Care

It is important that procedures are there to support good practice in an increasingly complex legislative framework. Our procedures have clarity and authority in areas where there is a clear statutory obligation, yet also encourage creativity and best practice. 

tri.x provide a suite of chapters which are the building blocks of our customers online procedures. These can be adapted to suit local need and additional content added, which can either be formatted by tri.x; to create an online procedure, or retained as a standalone document which can emphasise ownership  and corporate responsibility. Our aim is to share our experience and expertise to produce a resource which will support practice, managerial oversight, and compliance with statutory requirements. 

An additional feature of our online procedures is a customer controlled Resource Library; this is linked to the procedures site and gives customers the flexibility to upload local guidance, forms as well as direct work materials - the list is almost endless. Unlike the online procedures, which are updated every 6 months, the Resource Library is controlled by the customer who can upload new material and replace out of date versions of documents through a secure website.

We work with all of our customers to maintain the high standard of our online procedures. All of our Children Services procedures are reviewed and updated regularly. Through our team of consultants and network of customers, we work hard to stay abreast of changes in legislation and best practice guidance. 

tri.x are also committed to helping your staff become familiar with your online procedures; either by organising launch events and briefings or providing online support where necessary. All tri.x online procedures can be analysed through Google Analytics to provide baseline information about the use of the manual. 

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Also available for Local Authorities...


Foster Carer's Handbook for Local Authorities

Foster carers play an important role in the lives of Looked After Children and their families so it is important that they have the necessary tools to support them in this task.

  • Reflects procedures, policies and guidance which deal with day to day practicalities foster carers face
  • Links to Fostering National Standards and Training and Support Standards
  • Available online 24/7 

Local Authority Children's Residential Homes

Children’s residential homes provide support and care for the most vulnerable children and young people, so it is important residential staff have access to procedures, policies and guidance which safeguard children and young people in their care.

  • Procedures are available 24/7
  • Links to government statutory guidance and Quality Standards
  • Access to Local Resources

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The Mental Capacity Act at your fingertips...


The Mental Capacity Act 2005 Resource and Practice Toolkit

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This FREE online resource is part of the Mental Capacity Act Directory and has been recommended by the national Mental Capacity Act Forum. It supports health and social care practitioners to understand the statutory principles of the Act and practice confidently when supporting people to make decisions, assessing mental capacity and determining best interests.

Included in this live resource are a range of bespoke tools developed with practitioners to support the most complex decision making.

Use the link below to access 'the most comprehensive FREE resource available'.

Access the Mental Capacity Act 2005 Resource and Practice Toolkit here

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