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Core Working Together - Safeguarding Children & Young People

Please note: Safeguarding Children Intermediate training must be completed before applying for a place on this training course.

Aims:

To enable participants to develop their knowledge, skills and ability to work together with other agencies to safeguard children and young people.

To ensure that participant are aware of information sharing and the referral processes.

PLEASE NOTE: this training is specifically for "practitioners and managers with specific responsibilities for undertaking child protection enquiries or working directly with complex cases or named safeguarding professionals" DSCB Training & Development Strategy.


Learning Outcomes:

  • Be aware of roles and responsibilities for safeguarding children and young people.

  • Be aware of other inter-agency roles and responsibilities for safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.

  • Understand and contribute towards the processes outlined in "What to do if you're worried a child is being abused", ie. understand how to make a referral.

  • Consider key area of safeguarding practice including information sharing, consent and confidentiality and escalation.

  • Consider how to demonstrate professional curiosity and a questioning stance in practice with children and families. 

 

 Please follow the below link to book on to DSCB Training Courses:

DSCB Booking System