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Multi-Agency Safety Planning – Smart Planning link                   

  • Recognise what a Safety Plan is.
  • Be able to explain how you ensure your Safety Plan is SMART and your role.
  • Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, Timebound
  • Know why it is important to create a SMART Safety Plan with families and the other professionals involved.
  • 30 mins

Karron Zelei, Training Coordinator, Wakefield Safeguarding Children Partnership

Also available as part of WSCP Conference

 

Working with Fathers and Male Carers link

Aims:

Explore the unique issues and problems associated with engaging fathers and male carers.

Enable the practitioner to reflect on their own practice both past and in the future.

32 mins

Martin Honnor, Supporting Families Lead Practitioner, YOT, Wakefield Council

 

Keeping Children Safe in Education 2020 – what’s new? This presentation will be emailed out to all DSL’s in schools and colleges in Wakefield.  Anyone else please email vmaybin@wakefield.gov.uk to receive this.

This is an overview of any planned changes to KCSIE for the start of the academic year Sept 2020. Recommended for DSL’s in schools and colleges.

Vicki Maybin, Advisor to Education, Wakefield Safeguarding Children Partnership 

 

What is MASH? link

 Brief overview of the role of MASH in Wakefield.

One point of contact. One front door.

 

“Why do we sleep?” link

 A great TED Talk relevant to this topic.

22 mins

Russell Foster, CBE, FRS FMedSci is a British professor of circadian neuroscience, the Director of the Nuffield Laboratory of Ophthalmology and the Head of the Sleep and Circadian Neuroscience Institute. He is also a Nicholas Kurti Senior Fellow at the Brasenose College at the University of Oxford.

 

Caring for your Mental Health: Keeping your cup full link

This session will give a brief overview of what mental health is (and is not) and reminds us that a level of stress, anxiety, worry and changing mood is part of daily life and living. It considers the impact of COVID 19 and current restrictions / measures on mental health, and explores the importance of self-care and the ways we can all do this to be proactive in maintaining positive mental health and well-being.

50 mins

Wakefield Educational Psychology Service

 

Reducing Parental Conflict (known locally as Wakefield Relationship Matterslink

Designed to provide practitioners and their managers with the skills in supporting parents/carers to reduce conflict within their relationship, whether they are together or separated. Research has found that children exposed to parental conflict experience a decline in their mental health and long-term outcomes.

Practitioners will explore how to discuss parental conflict with parents, focusing on practising skills such as negotiation and compromise when handling conversations with parents. Practitioners will be provided with tools and techniques to enable parents to resolve destructive conflict with positive outcomes not only for parents but improve outcomes for their children.

There are 4 modules to this e-learning programme which is provided through Knowledgepool. You can complete these at your own pace.

Also we now have NEW virtual sessions which you can book onto link.

 

Working together in a virtual world – change, challenge and innovation in Safeguarding link

A short talk by Nick Frost about Multi-disciplinary working, recent changes and contextual safeguarding

Nick Frost, Professor of Social Work at Leeds Beckett University, Independent Scrutineer for Calderdale Safeguarding Children Partnership

 

Wakefield’s Approach to Workplace Wellbeing link

10 mins

 Lisa Ward, Human Resources Advisor, Service Improvement, Wakefield Council

 

How Restorative Approaches have been used in CYPS and the story so far… link

A collation of case studies from CYPS staff to exhibit how Restorative Practice has been integrated within practice across the CYPS services, including the challenges along the way and how we’ve overcome these.

25 mins

Elloise Beever, Learning Academy Officer, Wakefield Council

 

Complexity and challenge: triennial analysis of serious case reviews 2014-17 Webinar link

In this webinar Marion Brandon and Peter Sidbotham introduce key messages from the complexity and challenge: Triennials Analysis of Serious Case Reviews 2014-2017, published by the Department of Education (March 2020).

60 mins

There is also an opportunity to look at the individual learning for your service area by accessing the relevant briefing.

 

Triennial Analysis of SCRs: Briefing for practitioners in targeted early help services link 

This briefing summarises themes emerging from the 2019 Triennials Analysis of Serious Case Reviews 2014-2017, presenting key messages for those working in early help provision.

The PowerPoint slides include links to related Research in Practice resources which will be useful for learning and development activities based on the findings of this report.

This briefing is intended for practitioners in targeted early help services, including:

·         Family Support workers ·         Early mental health support
·         Youth Workers ·         Relationships and sexual health services
·         Drug & alcohol services ·         Parenting programme providers
·         Safeguarding leads in housing services and housing associations ·         Third sector/voluntary organisations supporting children, young people and families with additional needs

 

Triennial Analysis of SCR’s: Briefing for children’s social care practitioners link

This briefing summarises themes emerging from the 2019 Triennials Analysis of Serious Case Reviews 2014-2017, presenting key messages for child and family social care.

The PowerPoint slides include links to related Research in Practice resources which will be useful for learning and development activities based on the findings of this report.

This briefing is for:

·         All Practitioners working in child & family social care, and their frontline managers ·         Senior Managers and strategic leader

·         Family court advises

·         Child protection conference chairs

 

Triennial Analysis of SCR’s: Briefing for Local Safeguarding Partnerships link

This briefing summarises themes emerging from the 2019 Triennials Analysis of Serious Case Reviews 2014-2017, presenting key messages for Local Safeguarding Partnerships.

The PowerPoint slides include links to related Research in Practice resources which will be useful for learning and development activities based on the findings of this report.

This briefing is for:

·         Senior staff working with or leading safeguarding partnerships

·         Partnership boards/sub groups

·         Child death review partners and child death overview panel members

·         Independent scrutineers, advisors and chairs.

 

Triennial Analysis of SCR’s: Briefing for the police and criminal justice agencies link

This briefing summarises themes emerging from the 2019 Triennials Analysis of Serious Case Reviews 2014-2017, presenting key messages the police.

The PowerPoint slides include links to related Research in Practice resources which will be useful for learning and development activities based on the findings of this report.

This briefing highlights is for all policing professionals, specifically:

·         Operational officers and staff – to develop their knowledge, skills and practice to keep children and young people safe ·         Managers and leaders – to foster appropriate cultures for keeping children safe and to develop the right systems for ensuring children are safeguarded at the earliest opportunity

 

Triennial Analysis of SCR’s: Briefing for education practitioners link

This briefing summarises themes emerging from the 2019 Triennials Analysis of Serious Case Reviews 2014-2017, presenting key messages the education sector.

The PowerPoint slides include links to related Research in Practice resources which will be useful for learning and development activities based on the findings of this report.

This briefing highlights is for staff working directly with children and young people in:

·         Early years provision

·         After school settings

·         Governors, management committees & proprietors & local authorities in their educational functions

·         Schools & colleges (incl. maintained, independent, academy, free & non-maintained special schools) & pupil referral units.

·         Designated safeguarding leads.

 

Triennial Analysis of SCR’s: Briefing for health practitioners link

This briefing summarises themes emerging from the 2019 Triennials Analysis of Serious Case Reviews 2014-2017, presenting key messages for health professionals.

The PowerPoint slides include links to related Research in Practice resources which will be useful for learning and development activities based on the findings of this report.

This briefing is for all health professionals, including:

·         Designated & named safeguarding leads

·         Mental health early help providers & children & young people’s mental health services

·         Doctors, including general practitioners & paediatricians

·         Dentists, pharmacists, physiotherapists, speech & language therapists, occupational therapists

·         All nurses, incl. mental health nurses, practice & community nurses, midwives, public health nurses, health visitors, school & nursery nurses, health support workers ·         System leaders & wider stakeholders, incl. clinical leads; CCGs; CYPMHS commissioners & leads; Directors of Public Health (local authorities); NHS safeguarding workforce; Health Education England commissioners; private providers & agencies

 

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