Today, more and more young people across Britain are vulnerable to recruitment by the far right. The World around them is chaotic and they want to make sense of the injustices they see every day. Far-right groups exploit these fears to promote their racist agenda.
We have received Home Office Project Funding to deliver Small Steps - awareness-raising training on far right-wing extremism and radicalisation for professionals and community groups. This awareness-raising course will be delivered by Small Steps and it is aimed at training professionals and community groups on the dangers of far-right extremism.Essential Information
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
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.
You need to attend Part 1 and Part 2.
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.Essential Information
This course is made up of two parts (Part 1 and Part 2).
Part 1 will focus on the underpinning research and theory around this area in order to understand the different reasons and approaches needed to work effectively with difficult to engage families.
Part 2 will focus on enhancing the skills and practical aspects of the work to support positive engagement.Essential Information
This virtual learning is suitable for people working:
This is a full day interactive virtual learning with multiple breaks in between to examine cases and complete exercises.
Domestic abuse is prevalent in a large majority of safeguarding cases. This statistic has risen since Covid-19. This course will explore the subject of domestic abuse to help practitioners understand why we need to consider a systemic approach when considering safeguarding issues in family life. The course will cover key legislation that is the cornerstone of safeguarding; figures of children looked after, subject to a Child Protection and also Child Safeguarding Practice Review figures.
Neglect is the most common reason why children and young people are subject of child protection plans and these numbers have been significantly increasing over recent years. It is also one of the most complex areas of child care practice. It is multi-dimensional and concerns fluctuate over time. It tests our ability to make meaningful relationships with families, assess their needs, and promote a process of change that is purposeful and realistic. It also test the ability of agencies to work together.
This course will look at these issues , and also consider them in the context of the Covid
19 crisis and the impact that this has had on both families and professional practice.
This virtual learning is for all Designated leads/team members responsible for Safeguarding in the wider workforce.
Those who can attend are people in:
• Voluntary Sector
• Private Sector
• Out of School Providers
• Local Authority (Inc. Social Care
You need to be available to join online on both days (18 & 19 November 2020). You will need access to a PC or laptop or iPad and the internet to be able to join in this learning.Essential Information
The SAAF was designed to help social workers make an analysis in complex cases about the level of harm
suffered or likely to be suffered by the child; the risks of re-abuse or likelihood of future harm; and the prospects for successful intervention.
The SAAF can be used with anymodel of practice adopted by a local authority so long as it is 'strengths-based' and based on the Assessment Framework (Working Together (2018)). The SAAF focuses on how social workers organise and make sense of the information they have gathered during the assessment phase.
The use of the SAAF can helpsocial workers discriminate better those cases that meet the criteria for initiating court proceedings and those where it would be appropriate for further intervention before any proceedings are initiated.
The two-day SAAF training programme is more effective when supported by the attendance of team managers and the provision of case-based