BSCP Everyone's Responsibility

Date & Time:

Monday 20 January 2020 (09.30 - 16.30)

Venue:

Sivatech, Sivatech Gatehouse Close Aylesbury Bucks

Detail:

Charges may apply to this training, please refer to the BSCP Charging policy for details

It is a requirement that before attending this course, ALL applicants must have completed Introductory/Basic Child Protection training e.g. single agency or e-learning. 

You only need to attend EITHER this course or the BSCP Working Together in Safeguarding Children course.

Trainer:

This course will be delivered by Safeguarding Associates for Excellence (SAFE) https://safe-ltd.com/

Aim:

The aim of this course is to provide a clear understanding of safeguarding and child protection for those in contact with children and young people. It seeks to provide you with a confidence in safeguarding and in doing so, protect children in your workplace or those you may come into contact with.

Some Key Outcomes:

  • Understand the implications of legislation, Working Together to Safeguard Children 2018, Keeping Children Safe in Education 2019, inter-agency policy and national guidance, including the function of the Safeguarding Children Partnership and Child Safeguarding Practice Reviews.

  •  Identify thresholds and the meaning of significant harm.

  • Understanding a ‘Child Centred Approach’ and ‘Think Family’ to safeguarding.

  • Recognise the additional vulnerabilities of families where there is a disability.

  • Understand information sharing, and confidentiality and consent related to children and young people.

  • Understand the impact of parenting issues such as domestic violence and abuse (including honour- based violence), drug and alcohol misuse, mental health, neglect, self-harming and fabricated illness.

  • Identify the meaning of child exploitation.

  • Understand the additional risks around head injuries.

  • Explain the importance of good communication, recording skills and how to present safeguarding concerns verbally and in writing.

  • Understand Inter-Agency frameworks, roles and responsibilities and the child protection assessment processes.

  • To identify the impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences and the Contextual Safeguarding approach.

  • Explore the meaning of restorative justice.

  • Know how to manage allegations of child abuse perpetrated by professionals, including escalation and Whistleblowing.

  • Identify the role of the Channel Panel under the Prevent Duty.

Intended for:

This course is for all staff who work in a variety of roles with children, young people and/or their parents/carers. It is particularly relevant for those who potentially contribute to assessing, planning, intervening and/or evaluating the needs of a child or young person outlined in Working Together to Safeguard Children (2018) and Keeping Children Safe in Education (2019).

Sector LimitAvailable
Adult Nursing home0
Adult Residential Home0
BCC - Adult Services1
BCC - Children's Centre (non-school based)2
BCC - Childrens Services5
BCC - Commissioning Service (BCC Staff only)1
BCC - Councillor0
BCC - Other1
BCC - YOS1
Bucks Fire and Rescue Service0
Care Agency0
Charities / Voluntary Organisations (within Bucks)0
Childrens Centre's (school based)1
District Councils1
Education - Independent School1
Education - School/Academy/Further Education0
Health - Ambulance Service0
Health - Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust0
Health - Clinical Comissioning Groups1
Health - GPs0
Health - Hertfordshire NHS FT0
Health - Oxfordshire Health NHS Foundation Trust1
Housing providers1
Independent/Private Services0
Other1
Prison Service0
Probation Service - Community Rehabilitation Company1
Probation Service - National Probation Service1
SAFE0
Supported living (adults only)0
Thames Valley Police1

Booking:

Booking has now closed for this event.

Further Information:

Type:

BSCB: Multi-Agency training

Enquiries:

bscptrainingteam@buckinghamshire.gov.uk

Trainer:

BSCP Trainer

Venue Details:

Sivatech, Sivatech Gatehouse Close Aylesbury Bucks

(01296 717800)

For sat nav user the following postcode HP19 8DE