Working Together to Safeguard Children
Description: The objectives of this course are to apply key learning from Reviews to practice, demonstrate knowledge & use of the Children’s Needs & Response Framework, name the multi-agency meetings & assessments that may take place at different levels of concern / support. , use the Multi Agency Referral form appropriately and understand multi agency actions after a Child Protection Referral to Early Help and Safeguarding Hub (EHASH).
Also to describe the purpose of a Child Protection Case Conference and roles/responsibilities of practitioners involved, identify key risks & strengths within multi agency reports and illustrate SMART action planning within Child Protection Core Groups.
This online Working Together course will be delivered in two parts. Participants must attend both parts before attendance certificates can be issued. Please ensure you can attend both parts before booking.
Part 1 - 30th January (1pm – 4pm)
Part 2 - 31st January (9.30am – 12.30am)
FULL DAY: FACE TO FACE - 7th March (10am – 4pm)
The RBSCP expects that you discuss the Training levels document (also see training levels explained below) with your line manager before applying for courses to discuss which training is appropriate for you to attend.
Levels of Staff Identifying Training which is essential, recommended & optional
How do you identify the Safeguarding Children training which is essential to your role?
Depending on the level of interaction of staff (paid or unpaid) have with children, young people & their families or wider partners. In order to decide which level of training you require we have split the workforce into 4 levels of staff (X, A, B, & C). We have then listed the level of training course & indicated which training levels are relevant to each role.
||Those course which are crucial to the role
||Those course which are important for the role
||Those course which are useful to the role
|Not Recommended (N/A)
||Those which are not particularly recommended for the role
We recommend that practitioners complete courses in the following order:
- Those which are essential
- Those courses which are Recommended can then be accessed
- Those courses which are Optional can then be accessed where the title and content are felt to be relevant to the role
Services should also be aware that those practitioners where a course is deemed to be essential should attend those courses before practitioners where the same course is recommended or optional.
||Hopwood Hall College - Rochdale Campus