New online workshop to help DSLs and Deputies handle the fallout of the COVID crisis.
School staff have growing concerns when it comes to responding to a range of sexualised behaviours in children. With this course, you’ll learn how to identify and respond to them.
There are daily press features on the investigation of historic abuse across foster and children’s homes, schools, faith organisations, nurseries, youth clubs and beyond. For those who were abused it’s not historic; for them, it’s very current. Learn how to respond to allegations.
This 1-day course helps Practitioners and Managers to consider and recognise the possibility that children in their care may be being sexually abused. We will sensitively dispel some of the myths surrounding child sexual abuse.
Understand how primary attachment relationships can assist us, as professional practitioners, to recognise those children who may need our help and the ways in which we can be most effective.
A one-day workshop to discuss, explore and devise practical approaches for Practitioners to work in partnership to keep young people safe online.
This is a four-day course exploring the range of necessary knowledge, skills and characteristics needed to recognise and respond to vulnerability and the need for early support, for families with children up to 11 years of age.
Designed as a comprehensive approach to addressing the Designated Lead Person role; towards children and their families; towards their full Practitioner Team and in working effectively as a part of a multi-disciplinary web of services.
This two-day course has been designed to help Practitioners in adopting a well-informed approach to working with a diverse community of children and families, in terms of ethnicity, culture, religion and language.
A dynamic and informative workshop for parents and Practitioners to attend together. We’ll explore real-life situations that are causing us concern and explore some solutions.
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