Training Calendar 2019

Please view our  LSCP Training Information and Dates to view detailed information including learning objectives, target audience, range and dates for courses.

Any Practitioner wishing to attend an LSCP courses must register with the Liverpool Early Help Directory. Individuals can then book themselves directly onto courses.

HOWEVER – PLEASE NOTE. LSCP COURSES BOOKINGS WILL BE MANAGED BY THE LSCP TEAM. Multi Agency – No more than four people from each sector will be permitted to book onto each session. (LSCP reserves the right to monitor and withdraw bookings if required, to ensure that the audience remains multi agency).

Courses currently available, please check the LSCB Training Information and Dates (using the link above) for more detailed information.

BASIC SAFEGUARDING AWARENESS (this is NOT a refresher course)

This is a half day learning session for staff from all agencies who are involved in work with children and families; either in a statutory or voluntary capacity that work with or come into contact with children and young people and their families. 

Course Aims: To provide staff with a basic understanding of Liverpool Safeguarding Children and Young people procedures giving workers an introduction to issues of recognition of the different categories of child abuse. It is therefore not appropriate for workers who have substantial experience of working in the child protection system.

 BOOK HERE (via Early Help Directory)

 

UNDERSTANDING THE ROLE OF THE NEW DESIGNATED SAFEGUARDING OFFICER (Suitable for those who are NEW to the role)

Course Aims: This is a one day course designed to support staff in multi-agency settings who are new to the role and responsibilities of a Designated Safeguarding Coordinator.

BOOK HERE (via Early Help Directory)

 

WORKING WITH RESISTANT FAMILIES – NEW**

Course Aims: This full day course aims to raise attendees awareness and explore ways of overcoming, the obstacles that prevent effective engagement with non-compliant families

BOOK HERE (via Early Help Directory)

 

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND ABUSE – An Awareness Session

Course Aims: This half day session will provide attendees with a basic knowledge of domestic violence and abuse.

Attendees will develop an understanding as to the importance of their role in referring or signposting victims to appropriate and relevant support agencies and to work within the guidelines of safeguarding adults and children.

The session will enable attendees to develop understanding of the effects of abuse on all victims including women and children and of   'what to do' if they are concerned for the welfare of a client, child or young person.  

BOOK HERE (via Early Help Directory)

 

IMPACT OF DOMESTIC ABUSE ON CHILDREN PRE BIRTH TO 11 YEAR OLDS (Suitable for those who are working with children in this age group)

Course Aims: This half day session will explore the impact of domestic abuse and on babies and children.

 BOOK HERE (via Early Help Directory)

 

IMPACT OF DOMESTIC ABUSE ON CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE AGED 11-18 yrs (Suitable for those who are working with young people in this age group)

Course Aims: This half day session will identify ways in which teenagers are affected by domestic abuse.

BOOK HERE (via Early Help Directory)

 

MAPPA AWARENESS (Multi Agency Public Protection Arrangements)

Course Aims:   A half day briefing session to provide attendees with a clear understanding of MAPPA.

These arrangements are put in place to manage the risks posed by certain sexual and violent offenders. The arrangements bring together Police, Probation and Prison services to work alongside a number of other agencies that have a statutory duty to co-operate in managing those risks.

BOOK HERE (via Early Help Directory)

 

RESPONDING TO CONCERNS ABOUT SELF HARM

Course Aims: This half day session will explore aspects self-harm in children and young people.

Attendees will develop an understanding as to why young people self-harm and importance of offering early help and support to young people engaging in this behaviour.

BOOK HERE  (via Early Help Directory)

 

CHILD SEXUAL EXPLOITATION – Awareness

Course Aims: To raise Awareness of Child Sexual Exploitation  

BOOK HERE (via Early Help Directory)

 

CHILD CRIMINAL EXPLOITATION

Course Aims: This is a HALF DAY SESSION aimed at raising Awareness of Child Criminal Exploitation

 BOOK HERE (via Early Help Directory)

 

HARMUL PRACTICES INCLUDING (Forced Marriage, So called ‘Honour’ Based Violence) and Female Genital Mutilation)

Course Aims: A one day learning session aimed at raising the knowledge and awareness of staff working in key services and agencies in Merseyside to enable them to respond sensitively and appropriately to situations involving harmful practices

BOOK HERE (via Early Help Directory)

 

WORKING TOGETHER – A Shared Responsibility

This is a two day course for professionals who work regularly with children, young people and their families. Participants must have completed a Basic Safeguarding Awareness course BEFORE booking onto this course.  This training focuses on the processes, principals and dilemmas of working together effectively to safeguard and promote the welfare of children. 

Course Aims: To support practitioners to develop their understanding of the processes which support the safeguarding of children and young people. To extend knowledge, and promote the skills and abilities required to enable effective partnership working.   

 BOOK HERE 

(via Early Help Directory, Specific events - contact LSCP Training Officer for Password on Tel: 0151 233 0510)

 

WORKING TOGETHER – An Update 

Course Aims: To provide attendees with an update of revised national and local safeguarding policy, practice and statutory guidance. To further develop an understanding of processes that support effective safeguarding of children and young people.  

BOOK HERE (via Early Help Directory)

 

SPOTLIGHT ON…….. Sessions Spotlight sessions are monthly Sixty Minute multi-agency briefings. Each one has a different focus and all are co facilitated by LSCB Training Coordinator along with colleagues from across the LSCB Partnership. Practitioner Guidance notes are developed to support each one.   

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