PLEASE NOTE: YOUR JOINING INSTRUCTIONS AND ANY TRAINING MATERIALS ARE ATTACHED TO THIS EVENT. IF YOU ARE SOUTH GLOUCESTERSHIRE COUNCIL STAFF, YOU WILL NEED TO APPLY FOR A ZOOM LICENSE BY COMPLETING THIS FORM.
PLEASE CHECK THAT YOU CAN ACCESS ZOOM PRIOR TO THIS EVENT. WE ASK THAT ALL USERS ALLOW PLENTY OF TIME TO JOIN THIS EVENT ON THE DAY.
By booking onto this course, you are consenting to your contact details being passed onto the trainer.
The training is organised by South Gloucestershire Safeguarding Children Board Training Group and is targeted at all staff from all agencies who are working directly with children, or adults who are parents. Effective child protection depends not only on reliable and accepted procedures for all staff involved with children, but also on their skills, knowledge and judgement and the ability to work together co-operatively. Staff with lead roles in child protection require specialised training in order to carry out their work with abused children and families. Please note it is recommended to leave a minimum of 3 months between attending Introduction to Child Protection and Advanced Child Protection.
Requirements for training via Zoom:
Participants must be provided with protected time, in an environment free from all work-related duties and distractions to successfuly complete the training
Participants require access to a camera and microphone to be able to fully engage in the session
On the day of training, should the above requirements not be possible, participants should rebook for a different date when they are able to meet the requirements, failure to full engage in the session may result in non-issue of certificate and a request to repeat the training session.
Requirements for face-to-face training:
Participants must arrive on time and allow time for parking.
Participants should attend the full training day, participants should be rebook for a different date if they are unable to attend the full day.
• Demonstrate an advanced knowledge of the signs and symptoms of child abuse
• Understand local and national frameworks and legislation, including levels of accountability in decision making
• Apply knowledge of thresholds to make sound judgements as to whether a child is suffering or likely to suffer harm
• Have an understanding of what effective multi-agency working looks like and the responsibilities of each organisation
• Understand and demonstrate qualities required to write a good referral
• Increase confidence in engaging and responding to disclosures from children and young people
• Gain an understanding of the impact on children when parental needs overtake those of children and gain strategies to deal with resistant families
• Increase knowledge around information sharing and consider challenges around gaining consent
• Develop confidence in safeguarding role, gaining an understanding of the responsibilities and attitudes required as well as fostering a professional curiosity and the confidence to challenge or escalate different or conflicting opinions
• Demonstrate an awareness of extra-familial harm and the impact of peer on peer abuse on children