Practitioners

 

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The Wakefield Resilience Framework

A short presentation film explaining The Wakefield Resilience Framework – a tool that was co-produced between Wakefield Council, NHS Wakefield District and the community sector to support and build resilience in children and young adults.

Within the film workers from different organisations explain how they use the Framework, its uses and effectiveness in developing and supporting competencies.
The visuals are taken from the Resilience Framework, illustrations by Evie Godfrey, with film footage and photographs courtesy of One to One Development Trust and Old Quarry Adventure Playground.

The voice-over is read by Matt Abbott.

Complied by One to One Development Trust with funding from West Yorkshire and Harrogate Health and Care Partnership – produced for Wakefield Public Health and Young Lives Consortium March 2021 (10 mins 13 secs).

Click the link here to access this Vimeo video.

 

Identifying Young Carers & how to access support in Wakefield

This presentation covers:

  • What is a Young Carer
  • Young Carer Indicators and how to provide support in schools
  • Wakefield’s Current Young Carer Local Offer
  • Overview of young carer pathway and how to refer into the service

Produced by Emma Newton, Young Carers Lead Practitioner, Wakefield Council

25 minutes

Click the link here to access this YouTube video.

 

Working with Individuals Who Sexually Offend Online

This e-Learning explores the role of Serious Case Reviews/Child Safeguarding Practice Reviews for improving systems and practices to keep children safe from neglect and abuse

A presentation by Olivia Pitts, Coordinator at Liaison & Diversion Service explaining the role of the Liaison & Diversion Team

To view this presentation please email wscpevents@wakefield.gov.uk

 

Learning from Serious Case Reviews Levels 1 to 4

This e-Learning explores the role of Serious Case Reviews/Child Safeguarding Practice Reviews for improving systems and practices to keep children safe from neglect and abuse

Produced by Virtual College

60 minutes

Click the link here to access this e-Learning.

 

How to talk to children about race with Dr Pragya Agarwal

How should we talk about bias, discrimination and race? Dr Pragya Agarwal is a behavioural scientist, academic, journalist and award winning author who has written widely on unconscious bias, prejudice and race inequality. This is hugely practical guide for anyone of any skin colour who want to learn the methods, tools and vocabulary that we can use to talk about difference.

Produced by Feel Better, Live More with Dr Rangan Chatterjee

99 minutes

Click the link here to access this Podcast.

 

Learning from Serious Case Reviews

This videocast explores the Serious Case review into the death of a child from Nottinghamshire and identifies the learning opportunities.

Produced by Nottinghamshire Safeguarding Children Board

74 minutes

Click the link here to access this Podcast.

 

Children See Children Do! – Learned Behaviour

This is a thought provoking & powerful video demonstrating learned behaviour.

Produced by NAPCAN – Prevent child abuse & neglect

1 minute

Click the link here to access this YouTube video.

 

S**t Kid’s say

Do we listen to what children say when they are playing? This powerful video never fails to tug at the heart.

Produced by NSPCC

1 minute

Click the link here to access this YouTube video.

 

NSPCC Learning from Case Reviews

19 NSPCC thematic briefings highlighting the learning from case reviews that are conducted when a child dies or is seriously injured and abuse or neglect are suspected. Each briefing focuses on a different topic, pulling together key risk factors and practice recommendations to help practitioners understand and act upon the learning from case reviews.

Produced by NSPCC

Click the link here to access these 19 documents.

 

 

If you have any queries please contact wscpevents@wakefield.gov.uk.

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