Safeguarding Children: Level 3 Training
The objectives of this one-day course are to help professionals involved with safeguarding children to:
- recognise abuse and common obstacles
- share information safely
- identify professional blind spots
- understand the role of Local Safeguarding Children Boards (LSCBs) and Serious Case Reviews (SCRs)
- the voice of the child
- use supervision effectively
- identify training needs.
This Level 3 (groups 3 - 4) safeguarding training is modelled on the core competencies as outlined in the 'Safeguarding Children and Young People: Roles and Competencies for Health Care Staff': Intercollegiate Document 2014, 3rd Ed; Working Together to Safeguard Children, 2017; the London Child Protection Procedures 2015 and the NICE Clinical Guidance 2009: 'When to Suspect Child Maltreatment'.
The day will be divided into three sections: overview and formal presentation, case studies (small groups)and thinking about practice and the impact of the work.
The presentation will cover the following areas:
- Safeguarding is Everyone's Responsibility
- How do you distinguish between safeguarding and child protection?
- What are the potential obstacles to recognizing child abuse?
- When to breach confidentiality and sharing information without consent
- How to use the public interest test and proportionality
- Sharing information safely
- Escalating concerns
- Responsibilities held by all agencies.
- Local Safeguarding Children Boards and Serious Case Reviews.
- Professional Blind Spots
- Impact of the work
This course is suitable for health, education and social care practitioners requiring Level 3 (Groups 3-4) training.
The next intake will take place on Friday 21 June 2019
9.15 - Registration and coffee
9.30 - Presentation
11.15 - Coffee break
11.30 - Case Studies
1.00 - Lunch
2.00 - Role of LCSBs and SCRs
2.30 - Learning Lessons and Improving Practice
3.30 - Impact of the Work
4.15 - Close
Enquire about this courseMake an enquiry
These workshops are intended to develop the skills and understanding of the named professionals working in the complex and demanding field of child...Find out more
Understanding and awareness of the principles of The Mental Capacity Act is an essential requirement for all staff involved in the care, treatment...Find out more