Redbridge Safeguarding Children Partnership (RSCP) have their new 2020-21 training programme now available to support the learning needs of all professionals and volunteers who work with children and families in Redbridge.
To keep their trainers and participants safe during Covid-19 they have been working creatively to adapt their courses and from September to December this year they will be delivering their programme online. They hope, pending developments, to return to the classroom in January 2021.
The 64 multi-agency sessions in this years’ programme are divided into three sections;
- Understanding Safeguarding Risks; reflecting the findings of the Triennial Analysis of Serious Case Reviews 2020 and the RSCP priorities and includes courses on neglect, honour based abuse and forced marriage, domestic abuse and mental health.
- Contextual Safeguarding; working with the risks and challenges faced by children and young people outside the home, such as criminal and sexual exploitation and maximising resilience.
- Safer Settings; focusing on the knowledge, skills and principles that underpin services working with children and families, for example, Safeguarding L2 and 3, Supervising Safeguarding Practice, Managing Allegations Against Staff and Volunteers and Voice of the Child and Safeguarding.
If you would like to view their 2020-21 training programme to see the entire range of courses please click here.