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.
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.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
This is a full day interactive virtual learning with multiple breaks in between to examine case studies, watch video clips and complete exercises to explore the issue of child sexual exploitation and trafficking; it’s link to other forms of exploitation; how to recognize, approach and work alongside young people and families in developing effective intervention strategies to reduce risk and harm.
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.
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.
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 (11 & 12 March 2021). You will need access to a PC or laptop or iPad and the internet to be able to join in this learning.Essential Information
This is a multi-agency course designed as essential core level training for those who have some involvement in their work with child protection cases. This virtual training is made up of Part 1 and Part 2.Essential Information
Please note: this is a full days learning events with multiple breaks in between.
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.
The term 'Trigger Trio' has been used to describe the issues of domestic abuse, mental ill-health and substance misuse which have been identified as common features of families where harm to children has occurred. They are
viewed as indicators of increased risk of harm to children and young people.
This course will explore the complex ways these issues interact together and how this should be addressed by social work professionals.