Please note due to Lockdown restrictions this course, due to take place on 20th January and 10th February has been cancelled. Watch this space – further dates will be added in the near future.
The Working Together Basic Awareness training course is an introductory course covering basic safeguarding. It gives participants an understanding of the principles for working with children and young people to keep them safe. This course is delivered by the WSCP Partnership trainer and a member of the multi-agency training pool.
This training is the minimum requirement for all people working with families or those who have contact with children and young people.
This course is designed for those who have had either no safeguarding training or who need a refresher. It is recommended that practitioners access working together training every 3 years.
Areas of Connecting Practice Model covered:
Restorative Practice Strengthen and build relationships, working with families.
Strength Based Practice building resilience,
Understanding the Impact of Risk & finding effective ways to mitigate risk and reduce harm
Professional Curiosity, Challenge & using history as an indicator.
By the end of the course, participants will have an awareness of:
* Child abuse and neglect including signs and indicators.
* The Continuum of Need and local thresholds.
* What to do in response to concerns.
* When to raise concerns.
* How to raise concerns.
* Early Help in Wakefield.
* How agencies, Voluntary Community Sector and families should work together to keep children safe
Covid-19 Guidance: These sessions will follow strict Covid-19 guidance.
Attendance: If you book a place, please attend unless you are unwell. If you are unwell please email the WSCP ASAP.
Availability: Once a course is full we will have a waiting list, given Covid-19 we may have places that become available at short notice. If you are able to accept a place at short notice, please email your details to WSCP.