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Fraud Protect Officer Claire Bounds will deliver a session on fraud prevention advice to safeguard vulnerable children.
The session will look to address the scale of fraud in the UK, how children and young people are most likely to be targeted in fraud and key signs to look out for. Advice and guidance on how to protect children and young people from becoming victims, including being recruited as money mules, will be provided.
MS Teams Meeting link: Click here to join the meeting
IMPORTANT: To complete your registration for this session please complete the pre-course preparation outlined below.
By booking onto this course, you are consenting to your contact details being passed onto the trainer.
The meeting will open at 9.15am, so that you can join the meeting in time to check that the technology is working prior to a 9.30am prompt start.
Pre-course preparation - please see attached
The session will focus on Direct payments and the legal framework. We will consider the benefits of a direct payment for adults, carers, professionals and the Local Authority as well as the challenges that may be experienced. Some guest speakers will be available to talk to you in small groups:
- A direct payment recipient will tell you about how it helps her to live a good life
- Steffan Lewis from the South Glos DP monitoring team who will be able to answer any questions you have about the process.
- A representative from one of the Support Providers will tell you about how they can offer bespoke to support to an individual receiving a direct payment
Plus a video of one of your social work colleagues who will tell you why she thinks direct payments can promote an individual’s wellbeing.
An opportunity for education settings and external partners to develop their awareness of Early Help and to understand the crucial role that they play in supporting children and families at an Early Help level.Essential Information
This training will help you to build the skills needed to perform well during the recruitment process.
We will cover limiting beliefs (negative thinking) – how to manage them so that you can achieve your goals, keeping a positive mindset, skills self-assessment to identify and apply your transferable skills and experiences, key points to help you create a great CV, application forms and expression of interest letters, and interview preparation.
The trainer will send any pre-course work directly to participants along with the course link (if virtual) via email.
This course is only available to book via invite only
Prior to attending Train the Trainer Workshop there is an expectation that new network members will have attended the Multi Agency Raising Safeguarding Concerns course and ideally also attended the Effective Multi Agency Working in Adult Safeguarding.
Attendees must be able to attend both sessions of workshop.
The workshop is aimed at those who are new to delivering safeguarding adult training sessions to groups or any trainer looking for fresh ideas and a structured approach to their training. It will be a practical workshop to equip new trainers to deliver raising safeguarding concerns within their own organisations.
Following attendance of the Safeguarding Adult Train the Trainer Workshop you will be observed delivering your safeguarding adult training, it is expected that the observation will be carried out within an agreed timescale of attendance of the train the trainer workshop. Verbal feedback will be given after the session has been observed and followed up with written feedback, any recommendations that are suggested will be followed up prior to sign off.
Following successful completion of observation you will be invited to join the Trained Trainer Network. This network meets every 4-6 months to share experiences and learning, to swap ideas on best practice and new materials, and to support each other in the key tasks of building and maintaining safeguarding adults good practice.