|Event/course Code||EDU 17/314
|Event Introduction||‘Information sharing is vital to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. A key factor identified in many serious case reviews (SCRs) has been a failure by practitioners to record information, to share it, to understand its significance and then take appropriate action’ (HM Government, Information sharing, 2015).
Research, feedback from national and local SCRs and Lessons Learnt tells us that early intervention and child protection are both dependent on good information sharing practice. Therefore, appropriate and timely information sharing is the key to delivering better, more efficient services that are coordinated around the needs of children, young people and families.
This elearning course is essential for all practitioners working with children, young people and their families, whether new to post or to refresh their knowledge and understanding.
Once a booking has been submitted for this course, delegates will receive a subsequent email with user details from ME Learning. These user details will allow delegates to access the eLearning: LSCB Safeguarding Training: Basic Awareness Level 1.
|Event Content||All those working with children and young people, directly or indirectly, should understand how to share information appropriately on a case-by-case basis. This elearning course aims to equip practitioners with the skills to better support information sharing.
The course is split into four sections and will take approximately half an hour to complete the whole course. The course will cover the following content;
• What is Information Sharing?
• When to share information
• The sharing process
• Information sharing scenarios
This elearning course is part of AfC induction programme and therefore every practitioner working with children and their families will be expected to successfully complete it. In order to receive the certificate practitioners will need to complete all sections and the evaluation.
|Event Learning Outcomes||On completion of this course delegates will:
• Describe why information sharing and obtaining consent is important Explain the seven golden rules for information sharing
• Clarify who can give consent and when to share information without consent
• Define what is confidential information
• Identify the questions you should ask yourself when you are asked to or wish to share information
• Identify the legislation around Information Sharing
|Course categories||Practitioner Processes (recording, analysing, reporting)|
|Event/course administrator||Caroline Downie (email@example.com)|
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