KRSCP: Harmful Sexual Behaviours: An Introduction

‘Children and young people typically display a range of sexualised behaviours as they grow up. However some may display problematic or abusive sexualised behaviour. This is harmful to the children who display it as well as the people it's directed towards.

Everyone who works or volunteers with children should be able to distinguish developmentally typical sexual behaviour from sexual behaviours that are problematic or harmful. This will help you respond appropriately and provide children and young people with the right protection and support. (NSPCC, 2021)

Many expressions of sexual beha ...
Course Code: EDU 22/245
Remaining places 23

SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Tuesday 19 July 202213:30 - 16:30Home Study, N/A, N/A
Request a place
Full details
Print Event
Flyer

Learning from Practice

Working together 2018 sets out that the child protection processes in England involve a ‘complex multi-agency system with many different organisations and individuals playing their part. Reflecting on how well that system is working is critical as we constantly seek to improve our collective public service response to children and their families.’

Since 2016 in AfC we have carried out various learning lessons reviews and these have been held jointly with partners in the Kingston and Richmond Children Safeguarding partnership (previously LSCB) or single agency internal reviews.

This t ...
Course Code: EDU 21/552
Remaining places 26

SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Tuesday 26 July 202213:30 - 15:30Home Study, N/A, N/A
Request a place
Full details
Print Event
Flyer

Achieving for Children Managers Induction: An Introduction

Managers have a huge role to play. “A single point improvement in management practices (rated on a five-point scale) is associated with the same increase in output as a 25% increase in the labour force or a 65% percent increase in invested capital. (Department for Business Innovation and Skills, 2012). This shows managers can make a vastly significant impact in their team.

At Achieving for Children we want to empower our new managers to understand the policies and procedures of the organisation. We want to enable managers to embed these principles into their management practice so that t ...
Course Code: EDU 21/1028
Remaining places 12

SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Tuesday 2 August 202214:00 - 15:00Home Study, N/A, N/A
Request a place
Full details
Print Event
Flyer

AfC Induction: Integrate (AfC Colleagues) - session 2 of 2

Starting a new job in a new organisation is a daunting and sometimes a difficult task. Learning about your own role, the people you work with, the organisation and even the unwritten office rules all make for a challenging time. The Achieving for Children (AfC) induction programme is key in helping you find your feet, give you confidence and help you to make your mark in your new role.

AfC is passionate about the services that we deliver and the colleagues that we employ to deliver those services. We are very pleased to welcome all new staff into the organisation and hope that you will hav ...
Course Code: EDU 22/115
Remaining places 2

SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Wednesday 3 August 202210:00 - 11:30Home Study, N/A, N/A
Request a place
Full details
Print Event
Flyer

Achieving for Children Managers Induction: Managing your team

Managers have a huge role to play. “A single point improvement in management practices (rated on a five-point scale) is associated with the same increase in output as a 25% increase in the labour force or a 65% percent increase in invested capital. (Department for Business Innovation and Skills, 2012). This shows managers can make a vastly significant impact in their team.

At Achieving for Children we want to empower our new managers to understand the policies and procedures of the organisation. We want to enable managers to embed these principles into their management practice so that t ...
Course Code: EDU 21/1018
Remaining places 4

SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Monday 8 August 202209:30 - 12:00Home Study, N/A, N/A
Request a place
Full details
Print Event
Flyer

Total Respect (Windsor and Maidenhead)

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 all staff working within Children’s servi ...
Course Code: SFVSS 22/042(2)
Remaining places 10

SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Thursday 18 August 202211:00 - 16:00Windsor Youth and Community Centre, 65 Alma Road, SL4 3HD
Request a place
Full details
Print Event
Flyer

Learning from Practice

Working together 2018 sets out that the child protection processes in England involve a ‘complex multi-agency system with many different organisations and individuals playing their part. Reflecting on how well that system is working is critical as we constantly seek to improve our collective public service response to children and their families.’

Since 2016 in AfC we have carried out various learning lessons reviews and these have been held jointly with partners in the Kingston and Richmond Children Safeguarding partnership (previously LSCB) or single agency internal reviews.

This t ...
Course Code: EDU 21/553
Remaining places 27

SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Tuesday 23 August 202213:30 - 15:30Home Study, N/A, N/A
Request a place
Full details
Print Event
Flyer

Achieving for Children Managers Induction: An Introduction

Managers have a huge role to play. “A single point improvement in management practices (rated on a five-point scale) is associated with the same increase in output as a 25% increase in the labour force or a 65% percent increase in invested capital. (Department for Business Innovation and Skills, 2012). This shows managers can make a vastly significant impact in their team.

At Achieving for Children we want to empower our new managers to understand the policies and procedures of the organisation. We want to enable managers to embed these principles into their management practice so that t ...
Course Code: EDU 22/370
Remaining places 12

SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Friday 2 September 202214:00 - 15:00Home Study, N/A, N/A
Request a place
Full details
Print Event
Flyer

AfC Induction: Integrate (AfC Colleagues) - session 2 of 2

Starting a new job in a new organisation is a daunting and sometimes a difficult task. Learning about your own role, the people you work with, the organisation and even the unwritten office rules all make for a challenging time. The Achieving for Children (AfC) induction programme is key in helping you find your feet, give you confidence and help you to make your mark in your new role.

AfC is passionate about the services that we deliver and the colleagues that we employ to deliver those services. We are very pleased to welcome all new staff into the organisation and hope that you will hav ...
Course Code: EDU 22/138
Remaining places 8

SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Tuesday 6 September 202210:00 - 11:30Home Study, N/A, N/A
Request a place
Full details
Print Event
Flyer

Becoming a Childminder - Briefing Session

'Childminders offer professional home-from-home childcare and early education, looking after small groups of children of different ages and from different families.’(Pacey, 2019)

Childminders play an important part in giving parents a greater choice of high quality, flexible childcare and family support packages.

To become a registered childminder in the Royal Borough of Kingston or London Borough of Richmond you will need to complete the following two phases:
• Briefing Session
• Mandatory training

Childminders are required to complete the following training prior to registration: ...
Course Code: EDU 22/118
Remaining places 20

SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Wednesday 7 September 202218:00 - 20:30Home Study, N/A, N/A
Request a place
Full details
Print Event
Flyer