Date(s) - January 24, 2024
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
This course aims to explain the child protection process from strategy discussion / meeting through to a core group meeting. This will support professionals to understand their role and responsibilities to contribute to plans to keep children and young people safe.
Who should attend this training? This course is open to all staff who have regular contact with children and young people through their work.
When: 2 half day sessions – you must attend both half-day sessions to complete the training
Wednesday 24th January (10.00am – 1.00pm)
Thursday 25th January (10.00am – 1.00pm)
Sadie Bates – Consultant Social Worker – Professional Standards & Quality Assurance Team – London Borough Bexley
Nalini Guness – Named Nurse Safeguarding and Child Protection (Bexley) – Bromley Health Care
Mark Morris – CAIT Detective Sergeant – Metropolitan Police
No of spaces available : 25
As there is a maximum number of participants for this training course, please can you register your expression of interest by completing the online booking form, confirmation of your booking will be depended on number of applications and ensuring we have a spread of agencies in attendance.
Course pre-reading requirements
To ensure course attendees are able to maximise participation, contributions and achieve the course learning outcomes, pre-reading would be required. The pre-reading consists of statutory guidance and multi-agency guidance to provide attendees with an understanding of how Children’s Social Care, Health, Police and Education work together. Useful resources will be shared on completion of the course.
The pre-reading is:
- Working Together 2018
- London child protection procedures
- Bexley Effective Support to children and families document (including directory of services)
Please note by booking onto this date you will receive the training link for both half day sessions.
This training is part of the pilot for charging for non-attendance.
Bookings are closed for this event.