Level 2 Working Together to Safeguard Children Multi-agency Training

Date & Time:

Thursday 1 October 2020 (9.30am - 4.00pm)

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Venue:

Microsoft Teams,

Detail:

IF YOU HAVE ALREADY ATTENDED A LEVEL 2 TRAINING EVENT WITH EITHER STOKE-ON-TRENT OR STAFFORDSHIRE, YOU DO NOT NEED TO ATTEND THIS TRAINING AGAIN.

The cost of this training is £50 person, this applies to ALL agencies except for Voluntary, Faith and Charitable organisations and Community Interest Companies.  Please check with your Line Manager before booking onto this course.

Target Staff:
New members of the workforce who work predominately with children, young people and/or their parents/carers and who could potentially contribute to assessing, planning, interviewing and evaluating the needs of a child and parenting capacity where there are safeguarding concerns.

The new Level 2 multi-agency course has been designed especially for webinar delivery.  The training runs over one day and has been split into three specific areas:

Professional Challenge and Escalation

  • Knowing how and when to professionally challenge/escalate process and policy
  • Building confidence to professionally challenge and escalate and mechanisms for positive feedback
  • What makes a good challenge and how would you evidence this
  • What skills do you need for effective challenge/ communication, language (restorative practice – high support, high challenge)
  • Professional culture and how we respond to the challenge, and differences between agencies, respect and value base.
  • Supervision/ 1-1 and how this is used to offer support

Threshold, Referrals and Consent

  • To explain threshold and be able to apply this to a scenario
  • To be able to make an effective referral
  • How to provide context for a referral – the whole story (verbal and written)
  • To be able to understand what is meant by consent
  • To know how to make a referral and what pathways to follow

 Child Protection Conference

  • To know what a child protection conference is
  • To know how the timescales work in terms of strategy discussion
  • To know what to do to prepare for a child protection conference (chair – speaking beforehand)
  • To know what to expect to happen within conference
  • To understand the impact of conference; the role of professionals and decision making

 

 

Places Available:

0

Further Information:

Type:

Webinar

Enquiries:

Staffordshire: ssscb.training@staffordshire.gov.uk OR Stoke: safeguarding.training.administrator@stoke.gov.uk

Trainer:

SSSCB Training Team

Venue Details:

Microsoft Teams,

Good Internet connection needed

To be used on a laptop or desktop Computer (Can be used on a phone but very difficult)

Headset needed