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eLearning: Stay Safe Online

There is so much cyber security advice available these days, many people find it hard to know where to start. Some organisations struggle to explain why cyber security is something that all staff should care about. Even larger organisations (with dedicated training resources) find it difficult to explain the technical aspects of cyber security in ways that are relevant to their staff, so that they can help keep their organisations (and themselves) safe from cyber attack.

Equally, many small or medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and charities may not have the resources to put any cyber security ...
Course Code: EDU 20/049

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eLearning: Data Protection Training

Mishandled data can lead to serious consequences for organisations as well as for individual staff members, including financial penalties and disciplinary action.

Compliance with data protection legislation is both a personal and an organisational responsibility. All staff, including volunteers, have a responsibility to know how to process personal data.

This course is aimed at all Achieving for Children staff.
Course Code: EDU 20/310

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Therapeutic Life Story Work (Foster Carers) (Cancelled)

Of the 4,790 children who were subject to a final adoption order in 2013/14, 3,140 were over two years old, meaning many will have memories of their birth family that are important to integrate (How adoption social workers can deliver first-class life story work, Community Care Inform, 2015). Life Story work is an important tool in communicating with children of all ages, it aims to enable children to open up about parts of their lives they would rather not speak of.

This is a one day training course for all social work staff, Contact Supervisors and staff in Protection and Early Help. The ...
Course Code: HLTH 20/001

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Therapeutic Life Story Work

Of the 4,790 children who were subject to a final adoption order in 2013/14, 3,140 were over two years old, meaning many will have memories of their birth family that are important to integrate (How adoption social workers can deliver first-class life story work, Community Care Inform, 2015). Life Story work is an important tool in communicating with children of all ages, it aims to enable children to open up about parts of their lives they would rather not speak of.

This is a one day training course for all social work staff, Contact Supervisors and staff in Protection and Early Help. The ...
Course Code: EDU 20/115
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Session 1Monday 5 October 202010:00 - 16:00Home Study, N/A, N/A, N/A
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Deciphering the Benefit System - Inset (Placement Commissioning Team)

In 2013 our benefit system was transformed, introducing Universal Credit. The new approach was designed to simplify the process for people needing support. Yet the system still seems overly complex, ineffective and so often families we work work cannot or will not access the system.

This workshop looks to understand this system further and enable people to access it. This event will look to address the fears and prejudice surrounding benefits, clarify misconceptions and build understanding of the processes so staff can support young people and families to get the support they are both enti ...
Course Code: SFVSS 20/228
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Session 1Monday 12 October 202009:30 - 13:00Home Study, N/A, N/A, N/A
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Total Respect (Windsor and Maidenhead) (Cancelled)

Article 12 of the United Nations Conventions for the Rights of the Child (UNCRC, 1989) says that young people have the right to participate in decision making that has a direct impact on their lives.

This is a training course delivered to professionals by members of our Children in Care Council, Kickback. The course is designed to energise and motivate staff, with plenty of activities to get you thinking about how children and young people experience being looked after and to learn from their experiences.

Total Respect Training is recommended for social workers, participation workers, ...
Course Code: EDU 20/079
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Session 1Wednesday 28 October 202011:00 - 16:00Windsor Youth and Community Centre, 65 Alma Road, SL4 3HD
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Managing Difficult Conversations

This online workshop is intended to provide delegates with the knowledge and skills to effectively respond to difficult situations and conflict with both service users and colleagues. The focus of the course will be on strategies to correctly assess the situations and reduce the likelihood of escalation through the effective communications techniques.

Please note this is an online course and a joining instructions will be sent to you prior to the course start time . We recommend that all delegates login to the session in plenty of time to avoid any technical delays.
Course Code: EDU 20/716
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Session 1Monday 2 November 202009:30 - 12:30Home Study, N/A, N/A, N/A
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Developing Professional Curiosity

Professional curiosity is described as thinking beyond a single source of information and considering, holistically, the circumstances of the child and family. It requires asking questions, verifying and checking information, as well as not making assumptions or accepting things at face value.

“While the presence of a potential indicator of neglect does not necessarily mean that a child is being neglected, it will always warrant further investigation. Practitioners must be ‘professionally curious’ to determine further information in the interests of the child. It is essential that professio ...
Course Code: SFVSS 20/252
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Session 1Tuesday 1 December 202010:00 - 11:30Home Study, N/A, N/A, N/A
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Developing Professional Curiosity

Professional curiosity is described as thinking beyond a single source of information and considering, holistically, the circumstances of the child and family. It requires asking questions, verifying and checking information, as well as not making assumptions or accepting things at face value.

“While the presence of a potential indicator of neglect does not necessarily mean that a child is being neglected, it will always warrant further investigation. Practitioners must be ‘professionally curious’ to determine further information in the interests of the child. It is essential that professio ...
Course Code: SFVSS 20/253
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Session 1Tuesday 1 December 202013:00 - 14:30Home Study, N/A, N/A, N/A
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Developing Professional Curiosity

Professional curiosity is described as thinking beyond a single source of information and considering, holistically, the circumstances of the child and family. It requires asking questions, verifying and checking information, as well as not making assumptions or accepting things at face value.

“While the presence of a potential indicator of neglect does not necessarily mean that a child is being neglected, it will always warrant further investigation. Practitioners must be ‘professionally curious’ to determine further information in the interests of the child. It is essential that professio ...
Course Code: SFVSS 20/254
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Session 1Tuesday 1 December 202015:00 - 16:30Home Study, N/A, N/A, N/A
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