Learning and improvement workshops
Multi-agency planning to protect children (17 May and 14 November 2018)
The CP Conference and Review Team Manager will deliver the training which will build participants confidence and understanding of the procedural framework and process for child protection conferences and core group meetings including the roles and responsibilities of professionals attending child protection conferences and core group meetings and how to make effective safeguarding plans. Further details can be found in the flyer.
Domestic Abuse Workshop (1 May 2018)
Philip Bell will report the findings from the local domestic abuse multi-agency audit and national research. The workshop will focus on understanding the dynamics that exist within domestic abuse relationships, the impact of domestic abuse from birth to early adulthood and risk assessment and care planning when protecting children from harm associated to domestic abuse. Further details can be found in the flyer.
Managing allegations against adults who work with children and young people (25 April and 20 September 2018)
The Local Authority Designated Officer (LADO) will deliver the training which cover national guidance and local procedures, what to do if you think a member of staff has harmed or might pose a risk towards children and the role of the LADO and organisations own named designated officer. Further information can be in the flyer.
Child Sexual Abuse and Harmful Sexual Behaviour (7 February 2018)
Philip Bell will report the findings from the local child sexual abuse multi-agency audit and other national research including the NSPCC harmful sexual behaviour briefing. The workshop will focus upon family recovery, multi-agency working – recognising the signs and responding, children and young people with sexually harmful behaviour. Further information can be in the flyer.
Understanding the impact of Pornographies and the importance of trauma aware practice (8 Feb 2017)
Following the highly evaluated workshops in 2016, Natalie Collins returns to facilitate a workshop (two sessions) to give participants an in-depth understanding of current pornography culture and the concerns with pornography consumption amongst children and young people with practical ideas for talking to children, young people, parents and practitioners. Alongside this the session will give participants an overview of trauma aware practice. Further details can be found in Understanding pornography training flyer.
Sexual coercion and abuse in young people's relationships and its association with pornography and sexting (8 December 2016)
In the latest Safeguarding Children Workshop Professor Nicky Stanley will report the findings from the STIR research (a European study involving over 4,500 young people in schools in five European countries) which examines the relationship between regular use of online pornography and sexually abusive behaviour in intimate relationships and considers how these behaviours link to the sending and receiving of sexual images by young people. There will be opportunities to identify and discuss the research findings and implications for practitioners in a range of settings including schools. Further details can be found in Sexual coercion and its link to pornography and sexting.
Responding to Complex Needs - Emerging learning from inter-agency audit (July 2016)
There are two opportunities to attend the latest Learning and Improvement Workshop; a FREE two-hour session that will discuss the emerging themes from the LSCB's audit which explored the application and understanding of thresholds by all partner agencies and their response to complex needs. It also includes feedback from families. Full details can be found in the Responding to Complex Needs Workshop flyer.