Bexley S.H.I.E.L.D., in partnership with key stakeholders, has commissioned a range of training resources including webinars designed for team discussions or self-study. Please check in regularly as we build our library of webinars.

 

1. Briefing on Suspected Bruising Protocol for Non-Independently Mobile Infants and Children

This webcast features Dr Jennifer Liddington (Adult & Children’s Safeguarding GP Lead, NHS Integrated Care Board) and is designed to ensure staff understand:

  • When and how the protocol should be used
  • Factors that should be considered when making an assessment
  • Actions that need to be taken to ensure the safety of non- mobile children

Suspected Bruising Protocol Webinar

Click here for the Suspected Bruising Protocol presentation for the links referred to in the webinar.

2. Analysis and professional curiosity in reference to Local Child Sexual Abuse Review

This webcast has been commissioned by the Tri-Borough Partnership (Bexley, Greenwich and Lewisham).

Click on the link below, you will be taken to a sign-up page to register for this webinar and will them be able to watch immediately:

Analysis and professional curiosity webinar

Webcast outline:

  • Exploring what is Professional curiosity
  • Understanding the role of systems theory and trauma-informed practice approaches when working with children and young people
  • Examine the differences and similarities between child sexual abuse, harmful sexual behaviours and child sexual exploitation
  • Examining the role of case recordings to help understand a child’s situation
  • Explore relevant tools.

3. Raising Awareness of Parental Mental Health

This webcast has been commissioned by the Tri-Borough Partnership (Bexley, Greenwich and Lewisham).

Click on the link below, you will be taken to a sign-up page to register for this webinar and will them be able to watch immediately:

Raising Awareness of Parental mental health

Webcast outline:

  • Increasing understanding of mental health and prevalence of parental mental concerns
  • Exploring signs and symptoms associated with most common types of mental health issues affecting parents during lockdown
  • How to spot indicators of parental mental distress particularly when communicating remotely
  • Guidance on how to have conversations with parents where there are potential risks of mental health difficulties
  • Signposting to information and safeguarding resources within and outside the organisation