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1 [IL0: UNCLASSIFIED] 1 Sandwell Safeguarding Children Board Training 2014 – 2015

2 [IL0: UNCLASSIFIED] 2 Contents SSCB Introduction4 Welcome5/6 Safeguarding Children & Young People Module 17 Safeguarding Children & Young People Module 38 Multi Agency Threshold Training9 Understanding Child Sexual Exploitation10 The Toxic Trio 11 Responding to Domestic Abuse as a Child Protection Issue.12 Working to Raise Awareness of PREVENT 13 Understanding Extremism Training14 Integrated Learning15 Lead Professional15 How to Enrol 16/17/18 Skills & Competency Framework – guidance only 19

3 [IL0: UNCLASSIFIED] 3 Contents Artemis E Learning To register for artemis courses please email jenny_tarrant@sandwell.gov.uk Introduction25 Information Sharing26 Integrated Working26 Child Protection Level 127 Child Sexual Exploitation27 Understanding Child Attachment28 Children’s Workforce Induction28 Working with Parents29 Working with Children & Young People with Disabilities 29 Promoting Participation 30

4 [IL0: UNCLASSIFIED] 4 The SSCB has a statutory duty to establish and agree how local organisations will co-operate to safeguard children and promote their welfare Members of the Board are senior representatives of agencies and organisations all of whom have a legal duty to safeguard children and/or a legal duty to co-operate to do this. Voluntary organisations are also represented on the Board The SSCB through its operational subgroups and engagement with local communities develops procedures to safeguard children and raises awareness of the need to safeguard children. It reviews all deaths of children, including where necessary conducting serious case reviews when a child has died and abuse/neglect is a known or suspected factor. It also monitors the effectiveness of agencies working together The Vision of Sandwell’s Safeguarding Children’s Board is “to establish Sandwell as a community where everybody, every family, every professional and every organisation in this and subsequent generations makes it their business to listen to every child and every young person and help them grow up safely and succeed in adult life” Safeguarding Children and Young People is Everybody’s Business. Sandwell Safeguarding Children Board

5 [IL0: UNCLASSIFIED] 5 Welcome The catalogue is aimed at professionals working in all organisations involving children, young people and their families. The Learning & Development sub group devised the catalogue to support locally identified needs and priorities as well as national priorities and inspection findings. The priorities for 2014-2015 are as follows; P1 Monitor and review single agency (multi-agency) training for all professionals in Sandwell P2 Undertake and disseminate Multi-Agency Threshold training to embed thresholds within Sandwell. Ensure there is an ongoing rolling programme that is sustainable (general objective) P3 Implement learning from Serious Case Reviews, DHR’s and IMR’s (general objective) P4 Implement Multi-Agency Awareness training regarding CSE (specific topic objective) P5 Implement Multi-Agency Awareness training regarding Domestic Abuse (specific topic objective). P6 Provide multi agency awareness training in support of the SSCB ‘Neglect Policy’. P7 To take into account emerging issues in relation to child protection.

6 [IL0: UNCLASSIFIED] 6 Welcome con’t The training is targeted at 4 groups of audiences based on their degree of contact with children at their level of responsibility. (Appendix B, page 19) These are for guidance only and it remains the responsibility of each agency to discuss with each member of staff which courses are appropriate for their job role, level of contact and responsibility. The cost of training is met by the L&D sub group so attendance is free subject to compliance with a non attendance policy. Unless specified, all face to face courses are held at Coneygre Arts Centre, Tipton. Failure to notify non attendance may incur a charge to the Agency. EVALUATION You will be asked to complete an evaluation form after each course, which assists in planning future events. You may also be asked to participate in evaluating the impact of training on practice. This will entail completing an additional form by email or over the phone 3 months after the event.

7 [IL0: UNCLASSIFIED] 7 Safeguarding Children and Young People Module 1 Priority 1 Workshop Style: 30 per session Target Audience: Group 1 Aim: Safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility. To develop skills and knowledge about working with Children & Young People and Families in your role in safeguarding and protecting children Learning Outcomes: Recognise the signs and symptoms of abuse Dealing with Disclosures Referral pathways/process Dates and Times: Tuesday7 th October 201410:00 – 12:00 Tuesday4 th November 201418:00 – 20:00 Tuesday9 th December 201410:00 – 12:00 Tuesday13 th January 201518:00 – 20:00 Tuesday 3 rd March 201510:00 – 12:00 Thursday 16 th April 201518:00 – 20:00 Int Ref: P1 – Module 1

8 [IL0: UNCLASSIFIED] 8 Safeguarding Children and Young People Module 3 Priority 1 Workshop Style: 30 per session Target Audience: Groups 2, 3 & 4 Aim: To develop understanding of the assessment process in protecting and Safeguarding Children & Young People Learning Outcomes: By the end of the session participants will have a greater knowledge of the assessment process and have developed understanding of their multi-agency responsibility with regards to: Thresholds of need and Step Down Processes Single Assessments Strategy Meetings, Case Conferences and Core Groups Statutory Reviews and Care Plans To become familiar with procedures for managing allegations against staff who work with children and young people and their families How to create safe organisations for children, young people and their families To ensure that full regard is given to all aspects of diversity and that equality of opportunity is promoted in service delivery Dates and Times: Wednesday 15 th October 201409:30 – 16:30 Thursday13 th November 201409:30 – 16:30 Thursday11 th December 201409:30 – 16:30 Wednesday21 st January 201509:30 – 16:30 Tuesday10 th February 201509:30 – 16:30 Wednesday 11 th March 201509:30 – 16:30 Thursday30 th April 201509:30 – 16:30 Tuesday5 th May 201509:30 – 16:30 Wednesday24 th June 201509:30 – 16:30 Int Ref: P1 – Module 3

9 [IL0: UNCLASSIFIED] 9 Multi Agency Threshold Training Priority 2 Workshop Style: 30 per session Target Audience: Groups 2, 3 & 4 Aim: To understand the levels of need in relation to Sandwell’s Threshold document and what interventions and support is appropriate for children, young people and their families Learning Outcomes: To describe legislation appertaining to Safeguarding and Protection Sandwell’s Thresholds and how to apply them What is an appropriate referral route dependent upon the level of need and risk assessment Where to seek advice and guidance from to support decision making Keeping work focussed on the child To ensure that full regard is given to all aspects of diversity and that equality Pre- Course Work It is essential that all perspective delegate read the Multi Agency Threshold Document prior to joining the course. This is available on the SSCB website. Dates and Times: Tuesday30 th September 201414:00 – 17:00 Tuesday28 th October 201410:00 – 13:00 Tuesday25 th November 201410:00 – 13:00 Tuesday20 th January 201510:00 – 13:00 Tuesday3 rd March 201514:00 – 17:00 Int Ref: P2

10 [IL0: UNCLASSIFIED] 10 Understanding Child Sexual Exploitation Priority 4 Workshop Style: 30 per session Target Audience: Groups 2, 3 & 4 Aim: To develop awareness of Child Sexual Exploitation in Sandwell Learning Outcomes: Become aware of the need to safeguard children and young people who are sexually exploited Develop awareness of current legislation and guidance Gain knowledge around children and young people who are sexually exploited Gain local context to Child Sexual Exploitation Understand the links with Child Sexual Abuse Ensure that full regard is given to all aspects of diversity and that equal opportunity is promoted in service delivery Dates and Times: Thursday25 th September 201409:30 – 12:30 Tuesday10 th February 201509:30 – 12:30 Tuesday 19 th May 201509:30 – 12:30 Int Ref: P4

11 [IL0: UNCLASSIFIED] 11 The Toxic Trio: Families where parenting is compromised by Substance Misuse, Domestic Abuse or Mental Health Issues Priority 5 Workshop Style: 30 per session Target Audience: Groups 2, 3 & 4 Aim: To discuss the implications of any combination of mental health, substance misuse, domestic abuse on parenting capacity and the extended family environment Learning Outcomes: To develop an understanding of complex needs where parenting may be compromised Look at the impact of Domestic Abuse, Mental Health and Substance Misuse, including Alcohol Look at implications of extended family with multiple service users – the importance of Mental Health information sharing To inform staff of toolkits available to support their work Lessons learned from Serious Case Reviews To dispel myths of roles, responsibilities and engagement To ensure that full regard is given to all aspects of diversity and that equality of opportunity is promoted in service delivery Dates and Times: Thursday27 th November 201409:30 – 16:30 Wednesday25 th March 201509:30 – 16:30 Wednesday6 th May 201509:30 – 16:30 Thursday 11 th June 201509:30 – 16:30 Int Ref: P5

12 [IL0: UNCLASSIFIED] 12 Responding to Domestic Abuse as a Child Protection Issue Priority 5 Workshop Style: 30 per session Target Audience: Groups 2, 3 & 4 Aim: To increase awareness and knowledge about the social, cultural and political context of domestic abuse and the impact that it has on children and their families Learning Outcomes: Apply within their work/profession a greater understanding of domestic abuse and be able to identify signs and symptoms and address concerns more confidently Demonstrate a thorough understanding of the links between domestic abuse, child protection and child abuse Understand the impact on children and families and the complexities of the situation they are in. Apply the necessary risk assessments to protect children and young people in accordance with local procedures and good practice. Recognise the need for effective early intervention by the application of local procedures to competently support a child disclosure or suspected incidents of domestic abuse. Understand the Sandwell Partnership’s co-ordinated community response to tackling domestic abuse and to recognise your agencies role and responsibilities contained within the Domestic Abuse Strategy and agency implementation plans. Have knowledge and information on a range of services available in and out of Borough to help, support and protect children, young people and adults experiencing domestic abuse. To ensure that full regard is given to all aspects of diversity and that Equality of Opportunity is promoted in service delivery Dates and Times: Wednesday15 th October 201409:30 – 12:30 Tuesday3 rd February 201509:30 – 12:30 Tuesday9 th June 201509:30 – 12:30 Int Ref: P5

13 [IL0: UNCLASSIFIED] 13 WRAP Workshop to Raise Awareness of Prevent. Priority 7 Workshop Style: 30 per session Target Audience: Groups 2, 3 & 4 Aim: To have a clearer idea of the role that vulnerabilities and grievances can play in radicalization and how they can be exploited by radicalizers using terrorist ideology. Learning Outcomes: Have a better understanding of the Prevent strategy and your role within it and how to involve safeguarding. Have the ability to use your existing expertise and professional judgement to recognise vulnerable individuals who may need support in a pre-criminal environment. Understand the partnership referral pathway and interventions used. Dates and Times: Wednesday19 th November 201409:30 – 12:00 Wednesday10 th December 201409:30 – 12:00 Wednesday14 th January 201509:30 – 12:00 Wednesday11 th February 201509:30 – 12:00 Wednesday18 th March 201509:30 – 12:00 Wednesday 22 nd April 2015 09.30 - 12.00 Wednesday 20 th May 2015 09.30 – 12.00 Int Ref: Emerging Need

14 [IL0: UNCLASSIFIED] 14 Understanding Extremism Training Priority 7 Workshop style. Target audience: Groups 2, 3 & 4. Aims: Raising awareness about extremist groups that operate in the UK, the risk they pose to young people and communities and the steps that can be taken to reduce this. This course is dedicated to facilitating an understanding of extremism and how to counteract concepts as well as activity. Support practitioners who work or interact with young people and communities in Sandwell that may be vulnerable to extremist movements. Promote good relations between different communities. Support safeguarding requirements. Dates and Times Thursday11 th December 20149.30 – 4.30 Thursday22 nd January20159.30 – 4.30 Wednesday25 th February 20159.30 – 4.30 Tuesday24 th March 20159.30 – 4.30 Tuesday28 th April 20159.30 – 4.30 Wednesday10 th June 20159.30 – 4.30

15 [IL0: UNCLASSIFIED] 15 Common Assessment Framework/Integrated Working Lead Professional Common Assessment Framework/Integrated Working Lead Professional Please note that these courses are no longer provided by the SSCB website. Delegates can book themselves on to courses following the following website www.sandwell.gov.uk/integratedworking

16 [IL0: UNCLASSIFIED] 16 Sandwell Safeguarding Children’s Board Safeguarding Learning Programme (Appendix A) Instructions to self enrol: 1.Click on the link for the Learning Pool website 2.Create your personal login 3.Enter information into the mandatory fields and click ‘create my new account’ 4.You will receive email confirmation of your account details

17 [IL0: UNCLASSIFIED] 17 Sandwell Safeguarding Children’s Board Safeguarding Learning Programme (Appendix A) 5.Return to the Learning Pool front page, enter your username and password you created to log into the site 6.From the front page select the picture Safeguarding Children 7.Select the course you require from the list available

18 [IL0: UNCLASSIFIED] 18 Sandwell Safeguarding Children’s Board Safeguarding Learning Programme (Appendix A) 8.To complete your registration on your course, click through the headings in turn until you have selected your course dates and enrolled on Stage 3 – course registration 9.You can return to this section again after attendance on the course to complete Stage 4 & 5 as access is blocked until after our administrators receive the completed signing in sheet to confirm you have attended the course

19 [IL0: UNCLASSIFIED] 19 Sandwell Safeguarding Children’s Board Skills Framework (Appendix B) Skills and Competencies Framework This framework gives guidance on: Who should have safeguarding training in terms of staff groups Provides guidance for line managers to determine the levels of competency that need to be achieved based on the statutory guidance The table on page 20 illustrates the level of safeguarding training required for staff and volunteers. This will determine which courses in the catalogue are the most suitable for their role The Learning and Development Course Catalogue will give guidance on which courses are appropriate for which group (These are recommendation only)

20 [IL0: UNCLASSIFIED] 20 Sandwell Safeguarding Children’s Board Skills Framework (Appendix B) Level of Training Required Staff GroupLevel 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 (2015) Level 6 (2015) Group 1X Group 2XX Group 3XXX Group 4XXXX Group 5XXXXX Group 6XXX

21 [IL0: UNCLASSIFIED] 21 Sandwell Safeguarding Children’s Board Skills Framework (Appendix B) Staff Groups Group 1 Staff and volunteers who have limited contact with children and their families. They have a responsibility to protect and promote the welfare of children but their responsibility is not specific in terms of making referrals. Examples: Back office and Administration staff Contact Centre staff Housing Officers Environmental Health Officers Librarians School Cleaners School Governors Receptionists Street Wardens

22 [IL0: UNCLASSIFIED] 22 Sandwell Safeguarding Children’s Board Skills Framework (Appendix B) Staff Groups Group 2 Staff and volunteers who work regularly with children and young people. They have a high level of responsibility for the welfare and protection of children in Sandwell. This group needs the skills, knowledge, competence and confidence to respond and take responsibility when approached from a Group 1 member, in relation to concerns about a child’s welfare. Examples: Child Minders Counsellors Dentists Education Lunchtime Supervisors Nurses Probation Officers Sexual Health staff Speech Therapists Teachers Leisure Coaches Teaching Assistants

23 [IL0: UNCLASSIFIED] 23 Sandwell Safeguarding Children’s Board Skills Framework (Appendix B) Staff Groups Group 3 Staff and volunteers who predominately work with children, young people, their carers and families. They have a substantial responsibility both personal and organisational for welfare concerns and child protection. Examples: Police OfficersCPN’s Educational Welfare OfficersFamily Support Officers Foster Carer’sGP’s Health VisitorsMidwives Paediatricians School Nurses Qualified Social Workers Sports Club Officers Residential Workers LAC Staff working with children with Disabilities. Senior Education Staff Play Leaders Targeted Youth Support Unqualified Social workers DECCA Educational Psychologists. Children’s Centre staff.

24 [IL0: UNCLASSIFIED] 24 Sandwell Safeguarding Children’s Board Skills Framework (Appendix B) Staff Groups Group 4 This group relates to the Manager’s of Groups 1-3. Examples: Advisors Practice Supervisors Managers involved in appraising and supervising operational front line staff SSCB Members SSCB Sub Group Chairs

25 [IL0: UNCLASSIFIED] 25 Artemis eLearning Programme The Artemis eLearning Programme is a complementary learning package, it should be used in addition to face to face learning, and not as a sole replacement of your Safeguarding Learning The Artemis eLearning Programme is a suite of high quality courses for all those working or volunteering with children, young people and their families. It has been developed by practitioners The course reflects the Artemis philosophy of Multi Agency working Provides a common language Signpost you to further learning and development opportunities and information Every course produces a certificate of achievement, contributing to your continual professional development Designed to be thought provoking and may change the way you think and relate to children, young people and their families In some cases there may be a small administrative charge for the licence. However, each licence can be used more than once and we will be happy to discuss the extremely low cost pricing structure with you to enable you to get the best value from your Artemis licences Target Audience For everyone working or volunteering with and supporting children, young people and their families

26 [IL0: UNCLASSIFIED] 26 Artemis eLearning Programme Information Sharing Aim: To deliver a high quality eLearning course based on the government’s guidance for practitioners and managers on sharing information Learning Outcomes: Understand how to use the 7 Golden rules as a resource Be able to use a flowchart to help understand the 7 key questions that inform decision making about information sharing Know what resources and support are available in information sharing. Integrated Working Aim: To provide the children’s workforce with tools to support integrated working and to enable them to use common processes, language and systems to the best advantage for children, young people and their families. Learning Outcomes Understand why working in an integrated way provides better outcomes for children Understand the common processes used when working with children

27 [IL0: UNCLASSIFIED] 27 Artemis eLearning Programme Child Protection Level 1 Aim To introduce learners to the concept of providing protection to children in their care. The course will cover understanding the concept, the size of the challenge, how to spot issues of concern and what to do about them. This programme is seen as complementary to Safeguarding Children and Young People Module 1 and is not intended to replace it. Learning Outcomes: Understand the concepts of safeguarding children and child protection Recognise the signs and symptoms of abuse Child Sexual Exploitation Aim: To understand the nature, signs and indication and risks associated to Child Sexual exploitation (CSE) Learning Outcomes: Recognise the groups that are especially vulnerable to CSE and the types of exploitation activity Understand the impact of CSE on the child and their family Understand the attitude of victims of CSE and strategies to engage with children at risk of exploitation

28 [IL0: UNCLASSIFIED] 28 Artemis eLearning Programme Understanding Child Attachment Aim: To explain the attachment children have to their main carers. Understanding the basics of attachment theory in its various forms and stages can significantly improve outcomes for children Learning Outcomes: Understand the attachment children have to main caregivers Understand why and what happens when attachment goes wrong Understand the different needs children have Children’s Workforce Induction Aim: To deliver a high quality e-Learning package based on the seven elements of the Common Induction standards for working with children and young people Learning Outcomes: Gain access to further information around the modules including discrimination and prejudice introduction to child development effective communication recognising challenging behaviour context of family keeping good records

29 [IL0: UNCLASSIFIED] 29 Artemis eLearning Programme Working with Parents Aim: To introduce positive parenting structures and strategies, which can inform practice, promote self-efficiency and provide positive outcomes for parents, children and young people Learning Outcomes: Gain an understanding of the parenting support networks and parenting roles Have an introduction to government initiatives Understand parental responsibilities Working with Children & Young People with Disabilities Aim: To equip practitioners with the knowledge to provide high quality care for children and young people with disabilities Learning Outcomes: Understand more about disability and the difference between the social model of disability versus the medical model of disability Understand more about multi-agency working Understand more about discrimination against children and young people with disabilities and diversity, equality and inclusion To register for artemis courses please email jenny_tarrant@sandwell.gov.uk

30 [IL0: UNCLASSIFIED] 30 Artemis eLearning Programme Promoting Participation Aim: Based on government requirements, this course is designed to help anyone supporting children and young people to gain an understanding of the world of work. This is alongside a greater ability to identify, pursue and continue successful routes into education, employment or training until the age of 18 Learning Outcomes: be aware of the ‘Raising the Participation Age’ agenda understand their role in raising aspirations and motivating children and young people Appreciate the importance of good role models Promote good practice and support transition Challenge stereotypes and discriminatory ideas around careers and career pathways Better support choices of learning, career pathways and accessing opportunities Support the development of the skills, attitudes and attributes needed to be resilient and successful Additional and specific support for those at risk of not accessing education, employment or training. For example, LAC, children with SEN and other vulnerable children and young people To register for this course please email jenny_tarrant@sandwell.gov.uk


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