Working Together to Safeguard Children (Level 3)

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Innovation Centre

Newport

PO30 5WB

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This one day course will focus on the roles and responsibilities of each agency in safeguarding children and the importance of information sharing about concerns identified and the need for prompt action. Attendees will be made aware of when children should be referred, how they are risk assessed and how risk can be managed to safeguard the child.

Presented by:

Fiona Lee, Safeguarding Associates for Excellence (SAFE)

Learning Outcomes:

  • Provide an overview of relevant legislation and guidance to include updates within Working Together 2018, Keeping Children Safe in Education 2018 and Local Policy and Procedures for Safeguarding Children on the Isle of Wight
  • Refresh your knowledge regarding the categories and indicators of abuse
  • Outline other areas of abuse of children to include, Peer on Peer abuse Female Genital Mutilation, Forced Marriage, Breast Ironing, Honour Based Violence, Child Sexual Exploitation, County Lines, Fabricated Illness and Faith Abuse
  • Understand the risks associated with Domestic Abuse, Parental Alcoholism, parental Mental Health and Safeguarding Children
  • Identify the meaning of Think Family
  • Explain the role of Operation Encompass
  • How to measure the extent of abuse and neglect using the local thresholds chart for intervening with abused and neglected children
  • Understand the local process for referral and assessment of children
  • Understand the Step up and Step Down Process
  • Identify the risk assessment toolkits available such as the Seraf
  • Explain the Neglect strategy and the use of the Neglect toolkit
  • Understand the risks associated with children who go missing
  • Provide an understanding of mental health issues with children and how to support them
  • Recognise the guidance for Looked After Children
  • Understand how to share confidential information when a safeguarding concern arises
  • Describe what is meant by Good Communication Skills
  • Explain how children are supported through the court process if required to give evidence
  • Recognise the role of the Local Authority Designated Officer
  • Identify changes in behaviour of children with disabilities as potential indicators of abuse
  • Provide an understanding of Transgender Awareness
  • Providing support for children whose parents are in prison
  • Identify the risks posed by Social Media
  • Identify the learning from local and National Serious Case Reviews
  • Explain the meaning of Whistleblowing and the Escalation Process
  • Understand the risks of radicalisation and your safeguarding duty regarding the Channel panel Process

We advise bringing your lunch with you as there are no catering facilities/cafes in the immediate vicinity of the Innovation Centre. Tea/coffee/water will be provided.


Course Attendance Fees: The IOWSCB offer free training to their partner agencies. In the case of non-attendance or cancellation within 48 hours of an event a fee of £120 (per whole training day) will be incurred. This fee will be waived if a suitable delegate is sent instead. Should a candidate be unable to attend a course or a suitable candidate cannot be found, please cancel the ticket via Eventbrite. If you have any difficulties in completing this please contact us on 01983 814545 or lscb@iow.gov.uk


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Innovation Centre

Newport

PO30 5WB

United Kingdom

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