Online Learning and Development

As a response to the COVID-19 pandemic and in order to ensure that we continue to offer essential learning and development opportunities we have developed some online sessions. We have been careful to ensure that these sessions contain the core information that is needed to ensure that safe working practice can continue.

However, what is missing is the ability to work in small groups, or to have whole group discussions. In normal circumstances these are the part of a course where the real richness of learning often takes place. However, at present we cannot do this.

This means that for some of our sessions, when the current Government guidance changes to allow face to face training, it might be that delegates will need to attend a shorter session to participate in the more interactive part of the course. You will be advised if this is required.

 


Introduction to Working Together to Safeguard Children and Young People

Coming soon

 


LSCP Online Safeguarding Refresher Training

Professionals and practitioners should regularly update their safeguarding training to ensure that their knowledge, skills and practice is current and reflects changes to legislation and practice both nationally and locally within safeguarding and child protection. It is recommended that training is updated on a three year cycle, however practitioners should check with their agency as this may differ for some.

This course provides an update of safeguarding practice, legislation and messages over the last three years. It considers these from both local and national perspectives and covers information such as definitions, raising concerns with Childrens Social Work Services, legislation and key messages from Serious Case Reviews.

Suitable for all staff requiring a refresher / update training. Participants must have completed their mandatory training before they can attend this session, and this should only be used as a refresher or update session, not an alternative to mandatory training.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of the briefing participants should have an update of national and local changes to safeguarding and child protection including:

  • Latest safeguarding and child protection definitions
  • Messages from Serious Case Reviews both nationally and locally
  • Changes to policies and procedures both nationally and locally
  • Relevant changes within local safeguarding and child protection services
  • Key messages with regards to safeguarding and child protection

To register for this course please click here and complete the online booking form. 


In-house CSE Awareness Plus

The presentation is a brief introduction to Child Sexual Exploitation, CSE can be a complex issue and it is recommended that for staff groups who work directly with children and young people, practitioners and professionals undertake further reading around the subject.