Newham Safeguarding Children’s Board Multi-Agency Training Programme 2014 - 2015
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Newham Safeguarding Childrens BoardMulti-Agency Training Programme 2014 - 2015
1Contents Page Course Information 3 & 4Young People and Self Harm 22Introduction To Safeguarding 5CFAB- Trafficked Children 23Protecting Children From Harm 6Witchcraft & Spirit Possession 24Working Together To Protect Children 7Race, Culture & Faith 25Domestic Violence A CP Issue 8Identifying & Preventing CSE 26The Impact Of Domestic Violence On CYP 9Children Missing From Education 27Protecting Disabled Children From Harm 10Female Genital Mutilation 28Working With Aggressive And Violent Families 11Domestic Violence & Young People 29 Emotional Abuse and Neglect 12E-Safety Raising Awareness 30Understanding Diversity 13Triage How it all works 31 Impact Of Parental Mental Health on CYP 15 Lunchtime Seminars Impact Of Parental Substance Misuse 16Understanding Gangs 17MAPPA Multi Agency Public Protection 33Learning From Serious Case Reviews 18 Induced Fabricated Illness 34CYP Who Display Sexual Harmful Behaviour 19 CFAB Private Fostering 35Working With Non Engaging Families 20MARAC Newham DV Process 36 Childrens Rights And Participation 21Course information 3Any professional working with children and families can apply to attend an LSCB course. We use professionals from all LSCB agencies to deliver the courses along with some independent trainers. There are 20 places available per event open to Health, School, Childrens Social Care, Police, Probation, NSPCC, YOT, CAFCASS, Youth Service, Fire Service, Adult Services, 3rd Sector, Childrens Centres. If your agency is not listed this does not mean you can not apply, please contact the LSCB administrator for clarification of priority over places allocated. Courses are held throughout London Borough Of Newham.Important information:-Most training courses are subject to change or cancellation, this is very unlikely and you will be informed by the LSCB administrator in such cases.Confirmation:-Applicants will be emailed directly which will include course details and a map to the venue.
If you do not receive confirmation:-The course may be full but please check that we have received your application. Any queries, please speak to the nominator from your agency listed on our website or telephone the LSCB Training Administrator Ann Capes 0203 373 3392
There are no costs incurred to attend, however, please note that there will be a charge of 100.00 for non attendance.If the place is cancelled 2 working days before the event or the delegate is replaced on the day, then no charge will be incurred.
Start Times:-All times are varied so you will be informed via participants confirmation email. Participants should arrive at the venue 15 minutes before the course start time for registration.
Signing in:-Participants are required to sign the sheet provided at the start of a course. Failure to do so may result in a participant not being given a certificate and being charged for non-attendance. If a participants name does not appear on the sheet the trainer has the right to request that the person does not stay for the course, or that the participant shows proof of their place (confirmation letter).
4Course information Late arrivals/Early departure:-We understand that unavoidable circumstances may mean that a participant is late for a course or needs to leave early. If you know in advance that this may be an issue for you please contact a member of the LSCB team. The LSCB trainers have the right to refuse a place to a participant if they miss a significant section of the session.
All participants on LSCB courses will receive a certificate of attendance, however the trainer reserves the right not to give certificates to people who do not attend for a full day or are deemed not to have fully participated in the sessions.
Participants will be given an opportunity to evaluate a course at the end of the sessions. This information will be used to inform future training, including updating materials, changing course content and venue choice. Non-Attendance:-Due to high numbers of people not attending the courses that LSCB provide, we have a Non-Attendance policy. If a participant fails to attend without a valid reason then their Line Manager will be contacted and a charge of 100.00 levied. All charges recuperated will be directed back into the training budget. Refreshments:-In order to allow the LSCB to provide free places on courses we do not provide free lunch for participants. The LSCB will provide tea, coffee and biscuits throughout the day on all courses. However we would recommend attendees to purchase their own lunch Additional Learning Requirements:-Should you have any requirements which would make your learning and participation on a course better please use the section on the application form to inform us of this. We will make every effort to meet these needs and if this is not possible we will contact you to discuss. Introduction To Safeguarding Children
Background:All staff employed within a multi-agency arena have an important role to play in safeguarding children and are often in key positions to identify and respond to concerns about abuse and neglect. This course is to enable all those who come into frequent contact with children and young people to develop awareness of, and the ability to act on, concerns about their welfare and safety.
Learning Outcomes:By the end of the training, participants will be able to learn:
What to do if they are concerned about the safety and welfare of a child Disclosure Their role and responsibility in relation to child protection Categories of abuse, signs, symptoms and referral processes Introduction to the legal framework
Tuesday 6th May 2014 Wednesday 4th June 2014 Monday 8th September 2014 Wednesday 5th November 2014 Friday 9th January 2015 Thursday 5th March 2015 5Protecting Children From Harm
Background:This course aims to extend participants child protection knowledge base and extend that to practice. This course will develop participants knowledge, skills and abilities to work together on the processes for safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.
Learning Outcomes:By the end of the training, participants will be able to:
Contribute to Child Protection plans and Child Protection Conferences Understand step up and step down processes when protecting children from harm Gather, present and share information appropriately
Wednesday 7th May 2014 Monday 9th June 2014 Tuesday 15th July 2014 Thursday 18th September 2014 Monday 6th October 2014 Friday 14th November 2014 Tuesday 2nd December 2014 Tuesday 13th January 2015 Tuesday 3rd February 2015 Wednesday 11th March 20156Working Together To Protect Children From Harm
Background:This course will develop practitioners knowledge, skills and the ability to work together on the processes for Child Protection and promoting the welfare of children including those who are suffering, or at risk of suffering significant harm. This course will also outline the learning from recent Serious Case Reviews.
Learning Outcomes:By the end of the training participants will:
Have the skills and knowledge to apply the principles that underpin effective child protection practice Understand the roles and responsibilities of a core group member Understand how they will contribute to Child Protection Plans and Core Group meetings Have developed confidence in identifying and responding to children and young people at risk
Thursday 15th May 2014 Wednesday 18th June 2014 Tuesday 23rd September 2014 Monday 13th October 2014 Tuesday 25th November 2014 Friday 12th December 2014 Wednesday 25th January 2015 Friday 27th February 2015 Thursday 19th March 2015 7Domestic Violence A Child Protection Issue
During the session participants will explore the definition of domestic violence, its impact on survivors and identify models of good practice in working with children and families where domestic violence is or has been an issue.
Describe the government definition of domestic violence and explain the link between domestic violence and child abuse;Describe the different behaviours that constitute domestic violence;Identify regional and local procedures and guidance in relation to domestic violence and child protection;Plan how to use tools to help determine threshold of concernDescribe strategies for protecting children where there is domestic violence.
For all staff who have regular contact or have a period of intense but irregular contact