Children's Social Care & Education Consultants

Other Service

OFSTED Complice notice support

Young Persons Advocacy

Investigations and complaints

Children Home set ups

Special School Set ups

Policies and procedures

DBS Processing

Safer recruitment

Education provision support

School improvement

SEND Consultancy

Education Consultancy

Special School Regulation 20 visits

Monitoring visits for 16 + supported Living

Complaints

CQC audits

CQC monitoring visits

CQC investigations

FACE TO FACE TRAINING WORKSHOPS

SAFEGUARDING IN A CHILDREN'S HOME WORKSHOP

SUPERVISION WORKSHOP

COUNTY LINES WORKSHOP

REGISTERED MANAGERS SAFEGUARDING WORKSHOP

HSB - HARMFUL SEXUALISED BEHAVIOUR WORKSHOP

CCE - CHILD EXPLOITATION WORKSHOP

RESPONSIBLE INDIVIDUAL WORKSHOP

MANAGERS MENTORING ( 6-12 WEEKLY SESSIONS )

THESE WORKSHOPS ARE BOTH FULL AND 1/2 DAY TRAINING WORKSHOPS AT YOUR VENUE .

1/2 DAY WORKSHOPS ARE £350.00 FOR UP TO 5 CANDIDATES & £40.00 PER EXTRA CANDIDATE.

FULL DAY WORKSHOPS ARE £400.00 FOR UP TO 6 CANDIDATES AND £50.00 PER EXTRA CANDIDATE

ALL SERVICE WILL HAVE A TRAVEL COST ADDED DEPENDANT ON THE POSTCODE.


Please contact Tracy or Nina to discuss and book your Training needs :-OFFICE :- 07542177682

tracy@grahamsconsultants.co.uk - nina@grahamsconsultants.co.uk

OUTCOME AND OBJECTIVES

SAFEGUARDING FOR MANAGERS FULL DAY

Overview of Learning;

Legal Framework and Guidance.

- Legal framework and legislation.

- Company Safeguarding Policies and Requirements

-What is Safeguarding?

- Signs and Indicators of Abuse (Including Children’s Experiences prior to being LAC)

- Key priority areas for LAC – MFC, CE, CSE, Radicalisation, Peer to Peer Abuse, Self Harm, Trafficking and Online Abuse, Organisational and Institutional Abuse etc

- Serious Care Reviews – Case Studies of LAC

Roles and Responsibilities.

- Identify and Manage Risk within the Residential Setting

- Responding to Safeguarding Concerns and Disclosure

- Managing behaviour and risk – for children and staff

- Multi Agency Working – Local Protocols and Assessment Tools

- Recording and Sharing Information

- Care Planning and Risk Assessments

- Importance of Voice of the Child during LAC Reviews and Care Planning Meetings etc

- Managers requirements and responsibilities – Inspection ready at all times.

Health and Safety.

- GDPR – Confidentiality and Sensitivity – 7 Golden Rules

- Risk Assessments

- Safer Working Practices

- Self-Care and Resilience for staff

- Relevant and Up to Date training for Leaders and front Line staff

- The importance of Supervision and Group Peer Support.

HSB FULL DAY

Harmful Sexual Behaviours Training Workshop

Learning Outcomes.

Professionals working with children and young people will be able to recognise the signs and indicators of inappropriate sexual behaviours and respond effectively.

Professionals will have confidence in identifying and reporting inappropriate sexual behaviours, by using relevant multi agency assessment tools and working alongside Multi Agency Partners and Services.

Contents:

- What is harmful sexual behaviour (HSB)?

- Technology and HSB – e.g., Sexting

- Legislation and Guidance

- Identifying HSB – Signs and Indicators

- Risks and Vulnerability Factors

- Responding and Reporting Effectively

- Assessment Tools and Multi-Agency Responsibilities

- Prevention Work

COUNTY LINES ½ DAY

This is a 1/2 day workshop aim at Childrens Homes staff teams.

County Lines Training

Overall Aims

To resource professionals who are involved in supporting young people who are at risk of being exploited, to be confident in identifying and responding to their needs and risks appropriately.

Professionals working with Children and Young People will recognise their duty to report concerns and understand the Local Authority processes.

Objectives.

What is County Lines?

Understanding the signs, and indicators of County Lines

To understand various forms of grooming

Terminology and Language

Responding to disclosures.

To understand the importance of effective Multi-Agency Working.

CCE ½ DAY

Child Exploitation Training

Overall Aims

To resource professionals who are involved in supporting young people who are at risk of being exploited, to be confident in identifying and responding to their needs and risks appropriately.

Professionals working with Children and Young People will recognise their duty to report concerns and understand the Local Authority processes.

Objectives.

Understanding the signs, indicators and various forms of child exploitation (CSE, County Lines, Gangs, Trafficking, Modern Slavery)

How does the grooming Process work?

Links with Missing from Home/Care

Responding to disclosures.

To understand importance of effective Multi Agency Working.

STAFF SAFEGUARDING FULL DAY

Overview of Learning;

Legal Framework and Guidance.

- Legal framework and legislation.

- Company Safeguarding Policies and Requirements

-What is Safeguarding?

- Signs and Indicators of Abuse (Including Children’s Experiences prior to being LAC)

- Key priority areas for LAC – MFC, CE, CSE, Radicalisation, Peer to Peer Abuse, Self Harm, Trafficking and Online Abuse, Organisational and Institutional Abuse etc

- Serious Care Reviews – Case Studies of LAC

Roles and Responsibilities.

- Identify and Manage Risk within the Residential Setting

- Responding to Safeguarding Concerns and Disclosure

- Managing behaviour and risk – for children and staff

- Multi Agency Working – Local Protocols and Assessment Tools

- Recording and Sharing Information

- Care Planning and Risk Assessments

- Importance of Voice of the Child during LAC Reviews and Care Planning Meetings etc

- Managers requirements and responsibilities – Inspection ready at all times.

Health and Safety.

- GDPR – Confidentiality and Sensitivity – 7 Golden Rules

- Risk Assessments

- Safer Working Practices

- Self-Care and Resilience for staff

- Relevant and Up to Date training for Leaders and front Line staff

- The importance of Supervision and Group Peer Support.

SUPERVISION ½ DAY

• Course Introduction and Overview

• Making the Transition

• Responsibilities of a Supervisor

• Setting Goals

• Communication

• Time Management

• Managing Conflict

• Dealing with Difficult Employees

• Your Personal Action Plan

RESPONSIBLE INDIVIDUAL 1/2 DAY

This half day workshop is aimed at all those who fulfil or intend to fulfil the role of Responsible Individual for Children’s Homes in England.

Learning Outcomes

• Understand the legal requirements related to the Responsible Individual role.

• Share best practice on effective practical systems to fulfil the Responsible Individual role.

• Understand how to manage, support and learn from the inspection process.

• Contribute to developments for improving care quality and performance of children’s homes

• Identify support needs and learn more about systems to support Responsible Individuals.

A certificate will be provided on completion of the workshop.



Caring for Vulnerable Children

https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/vulnerable-children


Communicating Effectively with Vulnerable Children and Young People

https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/communicating-with-vulnerable-children


Children and Violence

https://www.open.edu/openlearn/society-politics-law/children-and-violence-introductory-international-and-interdisciplinary-approach/content-section-0?active-tab=description-tab


Children living in different settings

https://www.open.edu/openlearn/health-sports-psychology/health/children-and-young-people/children-living-different-settings/content-section-0?active-tab=description-tab


Drugs and Young People

http://www.drugtrainingforfree.co.uk/page/drugs-and-young-people-free


Introduction to Adverse Childhood Experiences

https://www.acesonlinelearning.com/


Introduction to child psychology

https://www.open.edu/openlearn/education-development/childhood-youth/introduction-child-psychology/content-section-0?active-tab=description-tab


Introduction to cybersecurity: stay safe online

https://www.open.edu/openlearn/science-maths-technology/introduction-cyber-security-stay-safe-online/content-section-overview?active-tab=description-tab


Keep Them Safe: Protecting Children from Child Sexual Exploitation

https://pace.vc-enable.co.uk/Register


Mental Health & Well-being

https://www.virtual-college.co.uk/resources/mental-health-and-wellbeing


Prevent (Radicalisation)

https://www.elearning.prevent.homeoffice.gov.uk/edu/screen1.html


Understanding ADHD: Current Research and Practice

https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/understanding-adhd


Understanding Autism, Asperger’s & ADHD

https://www.derby.ac.uk/short-courses-cpd/online/free-courses/understanding-autism-aspergers-and-adhd/


Understanding Young Minds - Self-Harm

https://www.virtual-college.co.uk/courses/safeguarding/understanding-young-minds


Young People and Delinquency

https://www.open.edu/openlearn/society-politics-law/discovering-disorder-young-people-and-delinquency/content-section-0?active-tab=description-tab


Young People and Their Mental Health

https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/young-people-mental-health


Young people’s wellbeing

https://www.open.edu/openlearn/health-sports-psychology/young-peoples-health/young-peoples-wellbeing/content-section-0?active-tab=description-tab


Youth Mental Health: Helping Young People with Anxiety

https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/youth-mental-health