Accredited Safer Recruitment Workshop [Part 1 and Part 2] (EVENT FULL)
Safer Recruitment and selection practice is part of the wider duty of organisations to promote the safety and welfare of children by ensuring that the relevant safeguarding checks are carried out on staff and volunteers working or having contact with children to help prevent the appointment of unsuitable people.
This course is based on the accredited national training, initially developed for schools but relevant for all organisations working with children. The course has been updated to reflect recent changes in pre employment checks and is fully compliant with current Government Guidance including Working Together 2017 and Keeping Children Safe in Education 2018. The course includes an optional assessment and is certificated.
ADHD and conduct disorders for Foster Carers (EVENT FULL)
Attention Deficit Hyper-activity Disorder is a complex neurobiological condition. ADHD usually diagnosed during childhood, and often persists into adulthood. More than two-thirds of children with ADHD will still have symptoms as teenagers. A further two thirds of these teenagers will still have problems as adults. It has been suggested as many as 3% of over 60s may have ADHD. Conduct disorder refers to a group of behavioural and emotional difficulties in children, young people and adults. This course will help you to recognise symptoms and formulise strategies, treatment options and prognosis.