Designated Safeguarding Leads
Meeting papers and resources – 21 March 2019
There is an extensive range of safeguarding training for people working with children, young people and their families. The training programme can be found here
Safeguarding Disabled Children
18 September 2019 13:00-16:00 at Engineering UTC Northern Lincolnshire
This training will give the opportunity to understand and consider the additional vulnerabilities of disabled children and young people and will highlight the issues relating to safeguarding disabled children, explore values, develop practice knowledge including what research and serious case reviews says about safeguarding disabled children and their experiences/ outcomes. It will explore the signs and symptoms that are commonly identified as warning indicators or significant harm and what they mean.
Child Protection [Both dates Fully Booked]
02 & 03 October 2019 at Engineering UTC Northern Lincolnshire
04 & 05 December 2019 at Engineering UTC Northern Lincolnshire
This course will develop an awareness of professional’s responsibilities to safeguard children and the key processes that underpin this.
Child Exploitation, County Lines and OCG
30 October 12:30 – 16:00 Engineering UTC Northern Lincolnshire
This course will allow you to:
- have an understanding of what Child Criminal exploitation is
- understand the County Lines Model
- be able to identify the vulnerabilities and risk factors
- understand the local picture and themes arising
- consider your role in reducing the risk to children
Early Help Assessment
05 November 2019 at Engineering UTC Northern Lincolnshire
This will provide you with an understanding about the Early Help Offer and process, the Early Help Strategy and the Assessment model. It will give you the skills required to complete the assessment detailing how to complete the assessment model.
Neglect & Graded Care Profile 2
11 November 2019 at Engineering UTC Northern Lincolnshire
Session One the brief overview for the neglect session – this will provide an introduction to the topic of child neglect, taking a lived experience approach of the family. The session aims to provide an interactive approach to understanding the complexity around neglect.
Session Two this will provide practitioners with the knowledge and skills to be accredited for use of the graded care profile 2 (GCP2).
Practitioners may choose to attend just the neglect morning session, just the GCP2 afternoon session or the full day.
How to book on
To book your place on a course, please complete and return the Course Booking Form to firstname.lastname@example.org or to the Multi Agency Innovation Hub, Hewson House, Station Road, Brigg, DN20 8XJ
Domestic Abuse – The Blue Door training programme
The Blue Door Domestic Abuse Training Programme 2019/20 is coming soon.
Once available, complete and return The Blue Door Booking Form [DOC 31KB] as directed.