Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and in particular protecting them from significant harm is dependent on the effective joint working between agencies and professionals that have different roles and expertise.
The purpose of training for inter-agency work is to help develop and foster the following, in order to achieve better outcomes for children and young people:
There is a webinar on the 19 November which still has places remaining. It is on learning from a Serious Case Review in relation to Complex Intrafamilial Sexual Abuse - book your place.
We have various virtual training sessions running through to February 2021. More information on courses and how to book onto a virtual training session.
Following recommendations from national research and Working Together to Safeguard Children (2010 - 2013 now archived) updated in 2018, all training courses will be evaluated to assess their impact on practice including how they have made a difference to outcomes for children.
All courses will have their own evaluation forms and various courses will be selected each term for a follow-up evaluation after 3 months. This will be done by the participant together with their line manager as part of their professional development and learning.
Certificates please note: when a course is being evaluated certificates will not be given out at the end of the course, they will be sent out on receipt of a completed 3 month evaluation form.
These resources, from the Department for Education, are 3 family case studies illustrating many of the issues that practitioners are likely to encounter when investigating childhood neglect. They include family history, videos, presentations, notes and exercise documents.