Availability

Dates are available as below for applicants to apply for Partnership Working to Safeguard Children, Level 3 Training. This is a 3 day course where attendees must attend all of the training sessions on all 3 days to qualify for a certificate of attendance.

Non attendance will result in a £50.00p Charge

PLEASE BE AWARE THAT APPLICANTS SHOULD HAVE COMPLETED BASIC AWARENESS eLEARNING BEFORE APPLYING.

Course dates for 2014 are as follows

6th, 7th & 10th January - Fully Booked (Venue: Mary Woollett Centre)

21st, 25th & 27th February - Fully Booked (Venue: Mary Woollett Centre)

11th, 14th & 17th March - Fully Booked (Venue: Mary Woollett Centre)

2nd, 4th & 7th April - Fully Booked (Venue: Mary Woollett Centre)

19th, 21st & 27th May - Places Available (Venue: Mary Woollett Centre)

4th, 6th & 9th June - Fully Booked (Venue: Mary Woollett Centre)

7th, 9th & 14th July - Places Available (Venue: Mary Woollett Centre)

 

To apply, please complete the booking form and return to: dscbtraining@doncaster.gov.uk

You will receive an email either confirming your place or offering a different set of dates if the course is full.

A further email will be circulated one month before the training confirming your place, the timings and the training venue.

Places are strictly limited - if you have not submitted a booking form or received a confirmation email then please do not attend.

If you have any queries regarding your booking then please contact the DSCB Team on 01302 734238

Aims & Outcomes

Aims & Objectives:

To experience Safeguarding training within a multi-agency context.

 

 

Learning Outcomes:

To have a shared understanding of:

 

·       Understand the need for effective information sharing and communication within multi-agency working

.       Understand the roles and responsibilities of DSCB

.       Explore the process of how Serious Case Reviews are carried out, how staff are supported and lessons learnt 

.       How to work more effectively around the investigation of abuse

.       Safeguarding and child protection process and protocols after section 47 enquiries have been instigated in line with local and national procedures

.       Role of the paediatrician in child protection

.       Understand the roles, responsibilities and referral process of IFSS

.       Be able to recognise the signs, symptoms and categories of abuse

.       An awareness of safe @ last

.       An awareness of Neglect

.       Drugs Awareness and Hidden Harm

.       Awareness of different mental illnesses and have explored their potential impact on Children 

.       Domestic Violence and the impact it has on children in a refuge setting

.       Domestic Abuse and the impact it has on children

.       An awareness of CAF

.       Recognise the basic legislation and processes of Private Fostering

.       An awareness of eSafety

.       Recognise the role of the Public Protection Unit around the investigation of abuse

.       Be aware of processes within the Children's Multi Agency Referral and Assessment Team

.       The importance of engaging with families