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  • Safeguarding Children with Disabilities
    Communication Disabilities cause and effect Barriers and challenges to safeguarding Learning from SCRâ s and context for provision Policy context Multi agency provision and responsibilities Case consolidation exercise Learning Outcomes Participants at this event will Day to day engagement of children with disabilities who may have different limited communication skills Common modes of communication and communication strategies used by with children with disabilities and assessing wishes and feelings Workers managing their own anxieties assumptions and or prejudice about children with disabilities Importance of observation and how this can be used to support assessment CP work Checklist for helping the child young person to participate keeping the child in focus Considering lessons from Serious Case Reviews Safeguarding strategies and barriers to effective safeguarding Considering importance of interagency working and reliance on information from others known to the child Exploring the nature of â commonâ disabilities and implications to engagement the challenges to safeguarding disabled children Legal framework underpinning social work with children with disabilities SEN legislation including new SEN legislation â the changes and implications for disabled children living at home and or in care Impact of social attitudes on provision of services If you would like to receive further information

    Original URL path: http://www.positivelearning.co.uk/training-courses/safeguarding-children-with-disabilities.html (2016-04-25)
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  • Fear, Stress and Violence in Health and Social Care
    work involves dealing with potentially aggressive or violent situations Learning Outcomes Participants at this event will Review current literature and original research relevant to the theme Review ways in which fear and stress can enrich working practices Show how fear stress and violence affect decision making Provide coping strategies for surviving fear stress and violence Promote safer working Enable participants to identify and share relevant experiences in a safe and

    Original URL path: http://www.positivelearning.co.uk/training-courses/fear-stress-and-violence-in-health-and-social-care.html (2016-04-25)
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  • Safer Recruitment: NCSL/CWDC Accredited Programme
    settings Learning Outcomes Participants at this event will Understand some of the ways in which offenders behave and operate Identify features of staff recruitment that help deter or prevent the appointment of unsuitable people Consider policies and practices that minimise opportunities for abuse or ensure its prompt reporting Explore the implications for recruitment practice within their agency Course Content Recruitment within the wider context of safeguarding Prevalence and profile of

    Original URL path: http://www.positivelearning.co.uk/training-courses/safer-recruitment-NCSL-CWDC-accredited-programme.html (2016-04-25)
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  • Effective Communication Skills for Working with Children with Disabilities
    professionals This course offers participants the opportunity to develop a greater understanding of the issues involved and to build good practice skills when dealing with this client group Learning Outcomes Participants at this event will Considered the barriers to communicating with disabled children Identified the effect of social myths to safeguarding disabled children Planned different communication methods Considered the implications of the safeguarding of disabled children document on their practice

    Original URL path: http://www.positivelearning.co.uk/training-courses/effective-communication-skills-for-working-with-children-with-disabilities.html (2016-04-25)
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  • Providing Effective Support for families of Children with ADHD
    will help participants to gain an understanding of how ADHD fits within the autistic spectrum and then considers ADHD in greater depth and how effective support can be provided to the families who are affected by this Learning Outcomes Participants at this event will Explore the meaning of ADHD and how it fits within the â autistic spectrumâ Consider the impact of ADHD on parents and siblings Develop strategies for

    Original URL path: http://www.positivelearning.co.uk/training-courses/providing-effective-support-for-families-of-children-with-ADHD.html (2016-04-25)
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  • Effective Supervision for Managers in Social care
    making in the context of safeguarding and child protection is a crucial element in the work Learning Outcomes Participants at this event will Demonstrate an ability to implement supervision policy and use practice guidance Discuss the current challenges faced by supervisors and action plan for dealing with challenges Identify how supervision can contribute to CPD Practice test methods of improving analysis and decision making via supervision Identify methods of supporting

    Original URL path: http://www.positivelearning.co.uk/training-courses/effective-supervision-for-managers-in-social-care.html (2016-04-25)
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  • Group 4/5 Safeguarding Children: A Multi-Agency Approach
    in need Course Outline This event will enhance and update knowledge and skills required by professionals to work with complex safeguarding issues in challenging situations Learning Outcomes Participants at this event will demonstrate a highly developed awareness of their own roles and responsibilities and those of others in safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children during the assessment planning intervention and review processes describe and be able to advise others on when and how to share information on a child about whom they have concerns with due regard to consent and confidentiality describe the factors that may inhibit the recognition of concerns recognise the impact of anxiety on effective inter agency working demonstrate skills in inter agency communication and consultation to promote positive outcomes for children and their families in all circumstances including those where there is a difference of opinion understand any timescales set down in guidance that govern completion of actions pertaining to children demonstrate capacity for analysis and professional judgment through explaining the purpose and rationale for decision making and helping others to analyse and evaluate concerns information and assessments when contributing to inter agency judgments and decision making If you would like to receive further information

    Original URL path: http://www.positivelearning.co.uk/training-courses/group-4-5-safeguarding-children-a-multi-agency-approach.html (2016-04-25)
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  • Safeguarding and Child Protection Basic Awareness for Education
    child protection procedures The event will explore the nature of child abuse definitions and signs of abuse as well explaining what individuals should do when they are worried that a child is being harmed Learning Outcomes Participants at this event will Understand the need to provide support and assistance to children who are suffering or are at risk of suffering significant harm children in need as defined by the Children Act 1989 children requiring additional support via early assessment processes Be aware of their responsibility to recognise concerns about a childâ s safety or welfare Understand the need to inform the designated safeguarding lead within their establishment whenever they have concerns about a childâ s safety or welfare Understand what other action may be necessary when they have concerns about a childâ s safety or welfare Be aware of when and when not to inform parents about an intended referral of concerns to Childrenâ s Social Care Understand the need to ensure early intervention to promote the safety and welfare of children Be aware of the definitions and signs of abuse and of the impact of abuse on children Be clear about the importance of recording concerns and of the

    Original URL path: http://www.positivelearning.co.uk/education-courses/safeguarding-and-child-protection-basic-awareness-for-education.html (2016-04-25)
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