Charlotte is a Lecturer and End Point Assessor for Social Work Degree Apprentices and is teaching across a range of BA and MA Social Work modules.
Prior to joining the University of Central Lancashire in 2021, Charlotte qualified as a Social Worker in 2008. The majority of Charlotte’s work has been within Local Authority children’s services working across Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hubs and Early Help services, Child Protection and Adoption, and Safeguarding and Quality Assurance. Charlotte has held social work practitioner, manager and senior manager roles prior to joining the university.
Charlotte has been involved in the redesign of services to improve the experiences and outcomes of children and families including Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub and Early Help services. More recently Charlotte was involved in the co-production of a restorative based model of practice for multi-agency practitioners working with children and families. She led the redesign of child protection conference methodology, embedding restorative practice within child protection conferences and delivered a number of development events with social workers and multi-agency practitioners, focussing on the child’s lived experience.