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Introductory Courses

Safeguarding Children e-academy: Awareness of Child Abuse & Neglect

EduCare: Child Protection

Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) – Parents Against CSE (PACE) have teamed up with the Safeguarding Children e-Academy to product a short (20-30 mins) online course, looking at understanding and identifying signs of CSE.

 

Courses for Professionals

Prevent Duty General Awareness

The Home Office have developed a free learning package which offers an introduction to the Prevent duty, and explains how it aims to safeguard vulnerable people from being radicalised to supporting terrorism or becoming terrorists themselves. To access this training click on the link above.

Channel General Awareness

Channel is a key element of the Prevent strategy. It is a multi-agency approach to protect people at risk from radicalisation. Channel uses existing collaboration between local authorities, statutory partners (such as the education and health sectors, social services, children’s and youth services and offender management services), the police and the local community to:

  •  identify individuals at risk of being drawn into terrorism
  • assess the nature and extent of that risk; and
  • develop the most appropriate support plan for the individuals concerned

Channel is about safeguarding children and adults from being drawn into committing terrorist-related activity. It is about early intervention to protect and divert people away from the risk they face before illegality occurs. To access this training click on the link above.

We all have a responsibility to be aware of this and to know what to do.

Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE)

An e-learning resource for health professionals, produced by Brook on behalf of the Department of Health. It is designed to equip all those working within health with the knowledge to understand, recognise and respond to CSE.  This includes everyone from receptionists and healthcare assistants, to GPs, nurses, counsellors, therapists and consultants – all of whom have a role to play in picking up on key warning signs.

The tool takes approximately 40 minutes to complete and uses facts, scenarios, videos and assessments to highlight the warning signs and build knowledge and confidence in applying the appropriate safeguarding procedures. To access this training click on the link above.

Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)

This is a free e-learning course developed by the Home Office. It is Level 2 training, aimed at both professionals and trainers.

The course offers a general overview of FGM, as well as an additional breakdown for professionals within the Police, Health Services and Education.

To access this training click on the link above (please note, while the training is free of charge, registration is required).

Forced Marriage – The Government’s Forced Marriage Unit has developed a new forced marriage e-learning package for professionals. The modules aim to enable professionals to recognise the warning signs of forced marriage and ensure that the appropriate action is taken to help protect and support all those at risk (please note, while the training is free of charge, registration is required).

Parental mental health and families

This e-learning course from the Social Care Institute of Excellence looks at parental mental health illness and the effects it may have on the family as a whole and the children of the family. It is made up of 8 modules (see below) that last between 20 – 30 minutes each, with clickable links that provide further information and sources of support. To access this training click on the link above.

  • Introducing the family model
  • Think child, think parent and think family
  • Working together with parents
  • Working together with professionals
  • Care planning and review
  • Interventions
  • Managing complexity and leading practice
  • Communicating with families