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eLearning: Safeguarding Training: Basic Awareness Level 1

The Government has defined the term 'safeguarding children' as 'The process of protecting children from abuse or neglect, preventing impairment of their health and development, and ensuring they are growing up in circumstances consistent with the provision of safe and effective care that enables children to have optimum life chances and enter adulthood successfully. Safeguarding Awareness Level 1 is suitable for those who have infrequent direct contact with children and young people, and may become aware of possible abuse or neglect.

Please note that this course is fully funded for governin ...
Course Code: EDU 19/162

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Signs of Safety - Foundation Thumbnail

Achieving for Children is implementing Signs of Safety from 19 June 2017. The Signs of Safety model promotes strong relationship building and enables practitioners across different disciplines to work in partnership with children and families to maintain a focus on building safety within the family.

The heart of the Signs of Safety process is an assessment and case planning format that is meaningful for professionals as well as the parents, children and young people being assessed. The Signs of Safety format offers a simple yet rigorous assessment format that the practitioner can use to e ...
Course Code: EDU 20/129

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Introduction to Domestic Abuse (Windsor and Maidenhead)

‘Domestic abuse is any type of controlling, bullying, threatening or violent behaviour between people in a relationship. But it isn’t just physical violence – domestic abuse includes emotional, physical, sexual, financial or psychological abuse. Abusive behaviour can occur in any relationship. It can continue even after the relationship has ended. Both men and women can be abused or abusers.’ (NSPCC, 2018)

The Office for National Statistics Crime Survey for England and Wales has estimated that 1.9 million adults aged 16 to 59 years experienced domestic abuse during April 2016 to March 2017. ...
Course Code: EDU 20/237
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Session 1Monday 28 September 202009:30 - 13:00Home Study, N/A, N/A, N/A
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Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) Basic Awareness of Boys

The key findings from recent serious case reviews involving children who have been exploited is the necessity for a multi-agency response to addressing the issue of Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) in communities, boroughs and nationwide. Local authorities, the metropolitan police and other agencies in Windsor and Maidenhead are working in partnership to identify children and boys at risk of CSE.

According to research carried out by UCL Security and Crime Science (UCL Engineering) , A young man is highly unlikely to disclose to a professional that they are at risk of or experiencing CSE. The ...
Course Code: EDU 20/409

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KRSCP Learning from Child Safeguarding Practice Reviews (Cancelled)

Sharing learning from Serious Case Reviews and Learning Lessons Reviews is key to improving safeguarding practice. Kingston & Richmond Safeguarding Children Board is committed to ensuring that this important learning is shared as widely as possible with professionals across all agencies.

Certificates for KRSCP courses are provided by Kingston & Richmond's Safeguarding Children's Partnership.
For queries about KRSCP certificates please contact the KRSCP on lscb-support@kingrichlscb.org.uk
Course Code: SFVSS 20/083
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Session 1Tuesday 29 September 202014:00 - 16:00The Richard Mayo Centre, Eden Street, KT1 1HZ
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Working with Parents in Conflict: How do I Support, Refer or Intervene?- Module 3 (Richmond and Kingston)

Practitioners or agencies that have contact with parents either directly, or by working with their children, play an important role in identifying and supporting the reduction of parental conflict.

The Reducing Parental Conflict Programme has been designed to upskill practitioners in supporting parents to reduce conflict within their relationship, whether they are together or separated. In turn, they can then improve outcomes for their children.

Whether new to your role, with less experience or a very experienced practitioner,regularly encountering parental conflict situations, learners ...
Course Code: SFVSS 20/165
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Session 1Wednesday 30 September 202009:30 - 13:00Home Study, N/A, N/A, N/A
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Working with Parents in Conflict: How do I Support, Refer or Intervene?- Module 3 (Richmond and Kingston)

Practitioners or agencies that have contact with parents either directly, or by working with their children, play an important role in identifying and supporting the reduction of parental conflict.

The Reducing Parental Conflict Programme has been designed to upskill practitioners in supporting parents to reduce conflict within their relationship, whether they are together or separated. In turn, they can then improve outcomes for their children.

Whether new to your role, with less experience or a very experienced practitioner,regularly encountering parental conflict situations, learners ...
Course Code: SFVSS 20/207

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Supervision Skills: Making the Most of Supervision

‘It is as though the confluence of the search for certainty in detecting and eradicating abuse and neglect, combined with the belief (and management oversight) that following rules will further reduce the risk of missing a case, has replaced the space of reflection on professional judgement which actually protect children and young people’ (Munro Review of Child, 2010).

Supervision is an essential element of Social Care; effective supervision is linked to improved outcomes for service users. This course is designed for frontline staff working with children, young people and families. It wil ...
Course Code: EDU 20/524
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Session 1Tuesday 6 October 202009:30 - 12:30Home Study, N/A, N/A, N/A
Session 2Tuesday 13 October 202009:30 - 12:30Home Study, N/A, N/A, N/A
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KRSCP Working with Race, Culture and Belief Systems in the Context of 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: EDU 20/081
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Session 1Wednesday 7 October 202009:30 - 12:30Home Study, N/A, N/A, N/A
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Recognising and Supporting Parents in Parental Conflict: Applying Knowledge, Skills and Techniques- Module 2 (Richmond and Kingston)

Practitioners or agencies that have contact with parents either directly, or by working with their children, play an important role in identifying and supporting the reduction of parental conflict.

The Reducing Parental Conflict Programme has been designed to upskill practitioners in supporting parents to reduce conflict within their relationship, whether they are together or separated. In turn, they can then improve outcomes for their children.

Whether new to your role, with less experience or a very experienced practitioner,regularly encountering parental conflict situations, learners ...
Course Code: SFVSS 20/162
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Session 1Thursday 8 October 202013:30 - 17:00Home Study, N/A, N/A, N/A
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