This virtual learning is for all Designated leads/team members responsible for Safeguarding in the Education setting.
Those who can attend are people working:
You need to be available to join learning online on both days (19 & 21 October 2020). You also need to have access to a PC or laptop or iPad and the internet to be able to join in this learning.Essential Information
This is an eLearning course of approximately 4 hours. It is designed for all multi-agency professionals working in the borough who want to learn more about how to recognise and sensitively respond to people who have experienced DA/SV. The course can be completed in one sitting or delegates can pause and continue the course at a later time.
Please note that this online course is available until 28 September 2021.Essential Information
This half day workshop will enable foster carers to reflect on current practice and responsibilities and to perform more confidently in their role in recognising and reporting allegations of abuse against foster carers who work in the children’s workforce. It will further give an opportunity to understand the legal and procedural requirements in this difficult and important area of work.
This course aims to raise awareness of the new legislation and to prepare participants / practitioners for the implementation / use of the Common Assessment Framework.
You need to attend Part 1 and Part 2 to obtain a certificate.
The 'Rosie 2' is a CPD certified interactive training which assesses parental capacity and neglect in complex families. This training offers experiencial learning opportunity where learners can explore a variety of child protection issues for reflection and training: best practice; communication; assessment; mental health; disguised compliance; impact of parental behaviours on the child; recognising the signs and symptoms of emotional abuse and neglect; health and hygiene; child development; teenage carer; men; levels of risks; threshold; considerations of effective multi-agency working; shared approach and follow up; how to improve support and care; assessment of the safety of children living in abusive/neglectful conditions
Please note that this is a 2part course. The part 2 of this training (My Court Room: Rosie's family go to court) will take place on 24 March 2021 at 1pmEssential Information
This online course will help professionals to understand the key aspects of a trauma-informed approach and provides knowledge and tools that will help learners to enhance their practice when working with clients who experience multiple disadvantages.
This course will give learners an opportunity to explore the links between violence and abuse, problematic substance use, and mental health. Learners will reflect on their own practice and take away an individual action plan for developing their work with this client group.
This training session provides an intersectional look at the issues faced by this client group and uses the experiences of women to highlight how services and professionals can help.
This course is for any frontline workers and managers who wish to develop and enhance their work with women who experience violence, abuse, and multiple disadvantages.Essential Information
This half-day training course is designed as an essential introductory level awareness course in safeguarding and protecting children issues for all those who work either with children and young people, or with adults who may be parents or carers of children.
Target audience: Those who work in voluntary, community, and faith sector organisations.
Workshop to Raise Awareness of Prevent (WRAP)
This Prevent course is specifically aimed at supporting frontline social care staff in understanding the Prevent duty as it relates to safeguarding, what makes children vulnerable, and how to identify risks and report concerns. It will include both core government-approved training and the opportunity for a Q&A and wider discussion. The session lasts 120 minutes.Essential Information
Effective communication provides the bedrock for any meaningful engagement and assessment with children, young people and families. The wishes and views of children & young people should contribute both to individual case decisions and to service improvement. ( Working together 2015; UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (1989).
Establishing meaningful professional relationships is the key to engagement (Munro 2011) Using knowledge & techniques from a variety of evidenced based approaches the course focuses on enhancing the practitioner’s toolkit of skills.
It is also linked to Signs of Safety practice to link into AfC working practices.
'MyCourtroom' is an interactive and immersive simulation, based on realistic scenarios designed to trigger discussions around court skills- safe practice, best practice, and positive outcomes for the child.
It offers professionals a unique training experience.
This innovative tool is designed for social workers, family court advisers and all child protection professionals. It provides the opportunity to encounter some of the confusing, potentially dangerous and emotionally draining situations faced in court practice