Understanding safeguarding issues where mental health, substance misuse and domestic violence may be a feature:
To further develop an understanding of these areas and how to recognise, assist and proceed where safeguarding concerns arise
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The programme will give you a better understanding of human behaviour that will help build relationships with your staff, improve your negotiating skills and engage more effectively with the wider public.Essential Information
|Session||Session Date||Session Time||Session Venue||Map|
|1||19 November 2020||09:00 - 17:00||Conference Room 3A, Town Hall Extension 2||Map|
|2||20 November 2020||09:00 - 17:00||Conference Room 3A, Town Hall Extension 2||Map|
|3||03 December 2020||09:00 - 17:00||Conference Room 3A, Town Hall Extension 2||Map|
|4||04 December 2020||09:00 - 17:00||Conference Room 3A, Town Hall Extension 2||Map|
This course is for practitioners who are required to carry out safeguarding enquiries in line with Richmond and Wandsworth Safeguarding Policy and Procedures. The two day session aims to enable participants to develop their skills in conducting enquiries into allegations or suspicions of adult abuse.Essential Information
The day offers the newly appointed, inexperienced and deputy DSL an opportunity to fully explore their role and responsibilities with colleagues undertaking the same role within a school or college. Information will be disseminated from a variety of key front line professionals about recognising abuse, multi-agency safeguarding hub and making effective referrals. Key safeguarding priorities will also be addressed.Essential Information
Research shows us that traumatic childhood experiences can have a profound impact on many different areas of functioning attachment, biological, sensory, physiology, social, emotional and psychological. Children of prisoners are 3 times more likely to have mental health issues and boys with a father in prison are twice a likely to offend (CREST 2019)
This training will raise your awareness of the needs of children and young people and their families impacted by a family member in prison.
If we are to best meet the needs of young people and minimise the risk of further trauma, a thorough understanding
of the benefits of a positive prison response to families is required.
This course will: Develop an understanding of the impact of parental offending on childhood trauma
Provide a forum to develop skills and nurture children and young people who feel ashamed, have to keep secrets may be experiencing financial difficulties and emotional distress. This course will provide attendees with access to local resources to support children and families with a family member in prison.
This is a multi-agency introductory and core safeguarding and child protection course. Safeguarding children is everybody’s responsibility and it is essential that professionals who have contact with children are clear about their duties and responsibilities. This course provides an overview of the current safeguarding procedures and explores the difference between safeguarding children and child protection. It provides up to date, practical information to enable you to create and sustain safer environments for children and your workforce.Essential Information
This course will support practitioners to explore and analyse the impact of culture, ethnicity, religion, gender, disability and other differences for children and their families. Practitioners will gain tools and strategies to ensure the child's lived experience is captured within the context of their family, community, country of origin and life in the UK.Essential Information
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