This will normally involve firstly asking a broad question about the subject area and then asking questions that require more specific information.
The panel may also ask you "what would you do if" questions.
All YOTs provide a service to children who are ten years and over, and some YOTs provide a service to children who are eight years and over.
The police, a YOT professional and / or a professional from another agency must make a referral to LA children's social care, in line with Referral and Assessment Procedure, whenever a child is accused or convicted of an offence which indicates that the child may present a risk of harm to other children or adults.
Professionals in all agencies should use the Guidance on offences against children list as a 'trigger' to a further assessment, including consideration of previous offences and behaviours, to determine if an offender should be regarded as presenting a continuing risk, or potential risk, of harm to children. Professionals from other agencies should contact the Probation Service or YOT to see if a relevant risk assessment has been undertaken.Remember, interviewers will understand if you are nervous as most people being interviewed usually are.They will take this into account and will want the interview to go well. Listen carefully to the questions being asked, if you do not understand then do not be afraid to ask them to repeat the question.Use the time to prepare yourself and this will help prevent you feeling nervous.Make certain you know: The panel will use probing questions to help you provide evidence that you have the relevant skills, knowledge and experience to do the job.