Seven Minute Briefings
We are delighted to share with you our range of Liverpool Safeguarding Children Board ‘Seven minute briefing’ documents.
Seven minute briefings are based on research, which suggests that seven minutes is an ideal time span to concentrate and learn.
The LSCB is aware of increasing pressure on services, which can make it difficult to release staff to attend training, as well as the need to keep learning and developing to maintain a skilled workforce, and that these short, team based learning events might be a helpful way to support learning
These briefings will be an invitation to think, and will end with discussion points which teams can use if there is time, but can also be omitted. The briefing will stand alone, even without the discussion, although if time is allowed for the discussion this is likely to enhance the learning of the team.
They should be delivered face to face, so as to ensure they are not misunderstood, and there can be discussion of the subject and they do not become lost in other paperwork or emails.
If you or your team have suggestions for future briefings or would like to share your experiences about how you have used these briefings please send your comments to the LSCB Training Coordinator: email@example.com
Briefing 1 - Role of the LSCB
Briefing 2 - Serious Case Reviews
Briefing 3 - Child Death Overview Panel (CDOP)
Briefing 4 - Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)
Briefing 5 - Early Help Directory
Briefing 6 - Multi Agency Referral Form (MARF)
Briefing 7 - Private Fostering
Briefing 8 - Strengthening Focus on Fathers
Briefing 9 - Ensuring we hear the voice of the child
Briefing 10 - SMART Planning
Briefing 11 - Signs of Safety
Briefing 12 - Graded Care Profile (2)
Briefing 13 - Adolescent Neglect
Briefing 14 - Resolution and Escalation
Briefing 15 - Multi-Agency Neglect Audit
Briefing 16 - Multi Agency Domestic Abuse Audit
Briefing 17 - Early Help Hub Update 2018
Briefing 18: Coercive Control
Merseyside CDOP - Safer Sleep Briefing