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What Our Delegates Are Saying

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A difficult topic was dealt with sensitivity and very detailed explanations

This course has made me realise that I have a lot to learn a lot about safeguarding children

Informative and sensitively delivered on what is a difficult subject

Cambridgeshire and Peterborough LSCBs only provides training which is multi-agency and is designed to support the needs of a complex multi-disciplinary workforce and may not necessarily meet any one agency’s internal requirements for compliance with professional standards.

Identifying which individual course meets which interagency level is a matter for you to discuss within supervision and with the support of your safeguarding leads within your organisation.

Your attendance is greatly valued and we would seek to be flexible and supportive where we can. However, please be aware that we may not be able to accommodate your specific and individual training needs if it prevents us providing multi-agency training to all agencies at the required standard

The range, quality and reach of training provided by the LSCB are good and there are well developed arrangements to evaluate the quality of the training and its impact on learning and practice.

Ofsted Inspection Report – September 2015

Everyone shares a responsibility for safeguarding, protecting and promoting the welfare of children, irrespective of individual roles.

Peterborough LSCB continues to provide a programme of high quality courses, providing an excellent opportunity to learn together with the overall aim that working together effectively leads to better improved outcomes for children and young people by:

  • a shared understanding of the tasks, processes, roles and responsibilities to safeguard and protect children, young people and adults
  • improved communication and information sharing between professionals including a common understanding of key terms, definitions and thresholds for action.

All aspects of our inter-agency training and development to safeguard and promote children’s wellbeing are based on clear inter-agency principles:

  1. Training reflects that the welfare of the child is paramount. It incorporates and promotes children’s rights and needs.
  2. Training is informed and governed by equal opportunities and reflects the diversity of the Peterborough community.
  3. The training promotes and recognises the need for working in partnership with parents and carers.
  4. Training promotes the need for inter-agency working to effectively safeguard children from harm.
  5. All individuals who work with children and/ or their carers in the statutory, voluntary and independent sectors have access to the training.
  6. Training is responsive to local needs and is subject to regular evaluation and review.

We have a variety of Training Courses to offer along with our Annual Conference.

Course Levels

To ensure that multi-agency training is being accessed by the correct practitioners Working Together 2010, revised in 2015 describes target audiences (Groups 1 – 6). These groups do not correspond to vocational or academic qualifications. It is the role of your manager to determine what training you should access.

Group 1

Group 1 training courses are for those who come into occasional contact with children, young people and/or vulnerable adults who are parents, but who do not work directly and specifically with these groups and may become aware of possible abuse or neglect.

This includes staff who have infrequent contact with children, young people and parents / carers. For example: GP receptionists, librarians, Voluntary and Faith group staff, Administrative Assistants in front line services i.e. Children’s Social Care or health, catering staff in a school or hospital, a nurse in a nursing home for elderly people where children regularly visit, recreation assistants,environment health officers, community wardens, housing officers.

Group 2

Group 2 training courses are for those who regularly work providing a service directly and specifically to children, young people and/or vulnerable adults who are parents or who have a period of intense, but irregular contact with children, young people and vulnerable adults who are parents.

This includes staff who may be in a position to identify concerns about maltreatment, including those that may arise from the use of the CAF. For example; staff from housing, police other than those in specialist child protection roles, sports development officers, disability specialists, play scheme volunteers or those with safeguarding responsibilities in faith and community groups. People in Group 2 are expected to complete training and development opportunities up to this level, but may attend other courses if places are available.

Groups 3 and 4

Group 3 & 4 training courses are for those who work predominantly with children, young people and/or vulnerable adults who are parents.

These workers may contribute to assessing, planning, intervening and reviewing the needs of a child and parenting capacity where there are safeguarding concerns or have particular responsibilities in relation to undertaking child protection enquiries. For example: paediatricians, GPs, youth workers, early years staff, midwives, school nurses, health visitors, teachers, probation staff, police, social workers. This also includes staff who work predominantly with adults in services such as learning disability, mental health, alcohol and drug misuse services. In addition to training specifically for groups 3 and 4, staff should ensure they have a thorough understanding of the training courses available to staff in group 2, and may access these courses if not.

Groups 5 and 6

Group 5 & 6 training courses are for those with a supervisory role, including professional advisors, named and designated lead professionals, team and operational managers at all levels, including practice supervisors and front line mangers.

This group needs to have a thorough understanding of Working Together to Safeguard Children (2015). In addition to training specifically for groups 5 and 6, staff should ensure that they have a thorough understanding of the courses available to staff in groups 2-4, and may access these courses if not.

Annual Conferences

The Cambridgeshire and Peterborough LSCBs held a joint Annual Conference at Deaf Blind UK, Peterborough in March 2017. Below are the presentations from the event. Click the images to open:

AMBIT brief Intro – Dr Dickon Bevington (for web)
AMBIT brief Intro – Dr Dickon Bevington (for web)
Dr Dickon Bevington -Dis-integration Grid (for web)
Working with complexity Teen risk and resilience – Dr Moorland (for web)
CASUS Service slides brief (for web)
Child Sexual Exploitation in 2017 presentation for workshop (for web)
Responses to peer on peer abuse (for web)
LSCB 2017 workshop_Thrive 2 Survive (for web)
Healthy relationships (for web)
AMBIT brief Intro – Dr Dickon Bevington (for web)Dr Dickon Bevington -Dis-integration Grid (for web)Working with complexity Teen risk and resilience – Dr Moorland (for web)CASUS Service slides brief (for web)Child Sexual Exploitation in 2017 presentation for workshop (for web)Responses to peer on peer abuse (for web)LSCB 2017 workshop_Thrive 2 Survive (for web)Healthy relationships (for web)
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