Training schedule

Booking a place

To book a place on any TSSP event complete our online booking form.

Critical Thinking in Safeguarding

Aims of the session:

  • discuss what critical thinking means; and
  • to share a model of critical thinking that has been adapted for universal use.

Dates to be confirmed.

Parental Mental Health Training

This session is aimed at non-mental health staff who work with children and families where parents have mental health needs and the session will look to explore the impact this can have on them and their children.

Dates to be confirmed.

Safeguarding Children Basic Awareness

Aims of the session:

  • understand the arrangements for managing safeguarding within Trafford;
  • be able to identify the categories of abuse and understand how they can present;
  • understand the whistleblowing process; and
  • confidently respond to safeguarding concern that arise.

Dates to be confirmed.

Safeguarding Adults Basic Awareness

Aims of the session:

  • understand the arrangements for managing safeguarding within Trafford;
  • understand how Making Safeguarding Personal aligns with The Care Act;
  • be able to identify the categories of abuse and understand how they can present; and
  • confidently respond to safeguarding concern that arise.

Dates to be confirmed.

Drug and Alcohol Awareness

Aims of the session:

  • define the term drug and be able to identify what different drugs look like;
  • be aware of the effects that drugs and alcohol can have on physical health;
  • develop an awareness of the risk and protective factors to keep young people safe from substances; and
  • be confident in making referrals to drug and alcohol support services.

Dates:

Thursday 4th March 2021, 09:30-12:30 via Microsoft Teams

Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)

Aims of the session:

  • understand what FGM is and the various types of FGM;
  • understand the physical and psychological consequences of FGM;
  • be able to identify FGM risk factors and warning signs;
  • understand and be confident to use referral pathways; and 
  • analyse the beliefs, value and traditions supporting FGM, and how this impacts on contemporary British society.

Dates to be confirmed.

Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking

Aims of the session:

  • understand what modern slavery and human trafficking is, and the difference between people smuggling;
  • confidently identify and respond to potential cases of modern slavery and human trafficking;
  • be able to identify potential indicators of modern slavery and human trafficking; and
  • apply current laws with a victim-centred and multi-agency approach.

Dates to be confirmed.

Scams and Doorstep Crime

Aims of the session:

  • define scams and doorstep crime;
  • understand the offender and victim profile in Trafford;
  • appreciate the impact of this crime;
  • gain information on local initiatives in place to tackle this issue; and
  • develop an understanding of what role you have.

 Dates to be confirmed.

Complex Safeguarding (Children)

Aims of the session:

  • understand what constitutes child sexual exploitation, criminal exploitation, financial and material abuse, modern slavery and human trafficking; and
  • navigate and understand the multi-agency service response to the above areas of abuse.

Dates to be confirmed.

Domestic Abuse

Aims of the session:

  • understand domestic abuse and its relationship to FGM, honour based violence and forced marriage;
  • understand the impact of domestic abuse on babies, children, young people and adults;
  • identify and confidently use risk assessment tools to support and safety plan for victims of domestic abuse; and
  • learn from the recommendations of serious case reviews, safeguarding adult reviews, domestic homicide reviews and learning and improvement sub board reviews.

Dates to be confirmed.

Graded Care Profile 2 – Evidence Based Assessment of Child Neglect

Aims of the session:

  • become a licensed user of the Graded Care Profile 2 assessment;
  • understand and practically apply the functions and scoring system of the Graded Care Profile 2 assessment; and
  • understand how the Graded Care Profile 2 will be embedded across Trafford.

Dates:

Thursday 4th February 2021, 09:30 - 16:00 via Microsoft Teams

Thursday 25th February 2021, 09:30 - 16:00 via Microsoft Teams

Wednesday 10th March 2021, 09:30 - 16:00 via Microsoft Teams

Restorative Practice in the Children’s Workforce

Aims of the session:

  • to provide all participants with the knowledge, skills, curiosity and confidence to practice in as wide a range of restorative practices as possible.

Dates to be confirmed.

Safeguarding Children using Early Help

Aims of the session:

  • understand the function of Early Help and your role within it;
  • be aware of the mechanisms in place to support the recording of Early Help and effective information sharing;
  • be confident in your understanding of the role of the Case Coordinator; and
  • have an awareness of the Early Help commissioned offer in Trafford.

Dates to be confirmed.

Voice of the Child

Aims of the session:

  • understand why, when and how to listen to the voice of the child;
  • know what happens when you don’t listen to the voice of the child;
  • assess and recognise the voice of the child; and
  • identify strengths and areas for development in this area of work.

Dates:

(FULL) Tuesday 9th February 2021, 09:30 - 14:30 via Microsoft Teams

Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) in Education

Aim of the session:

  • identify and understand relevant legislation and statutory guidance which governs the role of DSL;
  • be confident in promoting the safety and welfare of children within your setting; and
  • understand your responsibilities (as set out in Keeping children safe in education, September 2020).

 

Dates to be confirmed.

Safer recruitment and managing allegations against adults who work with children

 

Aims of the session:

  • identify key  features of staff recruitment that help deter or prevent the appointment of unsuitable people;
  • understand the makeup of a ‘culture of vigilance’ and actively promote it in your setting;
  • understand and be confident in using local procedures for managing allegations against adults who work with children.

Dates to be confirmed.