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WSCP Training and Events

Multi-Agency Approach –

Multi-agency training enables professionals to work effectively both within their own agency and across organisational boundaries. Training people together can make a significant contribution to building mutually respectful and trusting relationships, which forms the foundation of partnership working.

WSCP aims to –

  • Improve communication between professionals and others working with children, young people and families
  • Develop a shared understanding of roles and responsibilities
  • Contribute to whatever actions are needed to safeguard and promote the child’s welfare
  • Improve assessment, analysis and decision making
  • Improve effective working together based on sound working relationship

Current Training and Events –

COVID-19 Update:

The COVID-19 virus has led to significant calls on all of our time and a need to ensure that people are available to complete core tasks. Because of this and linked to the government and WHO guidance, WSCP have decided to cancel all face to face training events until further notice.  We hope that you understand this decision.

We have been working hard to explore how we can best deliver the learning and development sessions that are needed in the best way possible, given these unprecedented circumstances.

 

Below are current virtual courses that are on offer:

  • Domestic Abuse Free Training

Worcestershire County Council has commissioned “free” multi-agency domestic abuse training in conjunction with Sarah Wigley Associates. This training seeks to raise awareness and equip professionals with a better understanding of the dynamics of abuse, including coercive control and to better identify, signpost and support victims.

For more information and for details about booking, contact bookings@sarahwigleyassociates.co.uk.

  • Management of Allegations

Please find below the link and booking instructions to book onto the Management of Allegations training course:

Management of Allegations

Please follow guidance below:

Do you have an account – No thanks
Course price – click in public circle
Select organisation from dropdown box – Public
Put in your address
Then click book course

  • Signs of Safety Partnership Training

Please find below the link and booking instructions to book onto the Signs of Safety Partnership training course:

Signs of Safety Partnership Training

Please follow guidance below:

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Course price – click in public circle
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Put in your address
Then click book course

  • Raising Awareness of Exploitation and Vulnerability (GET SAFE) Training

Please find below the link and booking instructions to book onto the Raising Awareness of Exploitation and Vulnerability (GET SAFE) training course:

https://capublic.worcestershire.gov.uk/LearnDevPublic/CourseDetail.aspx?id=3fc2bdfe-8ab0-46a4-961e-e5f111801b04

Please follow guidance below:

Do you have an account – No thanks
Course price – click in public circle
Select organisation from dropdown box – Public
Put in your address
Then click book course

 

  • Levels of Need Training

Below are the links to book on the above training.  Delegates from external agencies will also need to follow the instructions to book on.

External Agencies – Multi Agency Levels of Need and Threshold Guidance Workshop

Please follow guidance below

Do you have an account – No thanks
Course price – click in public circle
Select organisation from dropdown box – Public
Put in your address
Then clickbook course

 

Any identified issues with the booking system please contact: Judith Peachey – JPeachey@worcestershire.gov.uk

 

Free e-learning courses provided by other organisations

·         Introduction to Prevent e-learning package (Home Office)

This e-Learning module can be accessed at via the Home Office website

·         Keep Them Safe

Keep Them Safe Protecting Children From Child Sexual Exploitation a joint production by Safeguarding e-Academy, PACE and Virtual College.  This course can be accessed at the PACE website by typing ‘Keep Them Safe’ into the search box at the top of the page.

·         Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)

Recognising and preventing FGM training is available for professionals with safeguarding responsibilities from the Home Office website. It gives an introduction to Female Genital Mutilation and the action you must take to protect girls who may be at risk.

  • Other e-Learning Packages

More details about Safeguarding e-learning packages is available via Virtual College.

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