Safeguarding Children Level 3 - Child Protection Case Conferencing
About this course
Here you will receive a comprehensive understanding of the nature and impact of roles and responsibilities within the child protection system for ensuring effective multi-agency work.
The course will explore child protection conferences, preparing child protection plans and the role of core groups to ensure the best outcomes for children at risk of harm. You will have the opportunity to take part in a simulated Case Conference based on a detailed case study.
By the end of the course you will have a clear understanding of the assessment and decision-making processes and a sound grasp of the principles and processes for effective collaboration. You will also gain skills in preparing for the Case Conference including how to write a formal report, identifying what is and what isn’t evidence-based information and how to challenge decisions.
Designated Person Safeguarding Lead Children’s Training – Level 3
This is an advanced course designed for those who have some previous child protection training. This course will help you become familiar with the role and responsibilities of the Designated Person / Safeguarding Lead for safeguarding
Who is it aimed at?
Those who are the named Designated Person / Safeguarding Leads working in education, health, local authority, charities, private sector, voluntary organisations and who have responsibility for safeguarding children (and/ or vulnerable adults) within their organisation.
Role of a Designated Person or Safeguarding Lead
- To promote positive safeguarding policies procedures and practices.
- To refer cases of suspected abuse or allegations to the relevant investigating agencies.
- To act as a source of support, advice and expertise within the organisation and liaising with relevant agencies.
- To prepare reports including timetables of staff training, policy reviews, referrals and on-going investigations.
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