Children Safeguarding training UK

Safeguarding training

Welcome to the Sheffield Safeguarding Children Board Training Section, providing information for all practitioners who work with children, young people and their parents or carers in Sheffield.

We provide E-learning packages, Single agency and Multi-agency training which are described below. All courses can be applied for online, using the application forms available on the training pages.

These courses are available electronically, using a computer to deliver the learning in your workplace.

Courses available include:

- Basic Awareness of Child Abuse and
Neglect
- Safe Sleep for Babies
- Safeguarding and Leadership
- Hidden Harm
- Safer Recruitment

This is the Safeguarding Children training that is delivered to staff within your agency or sector. It includes:-

- Early Years settings
- Schools and Colleges
- Health
- Social Care
- Voluntary/Community Sector
- MASTs
- Community Youth Teams

This training covers a wide range of issues with regard to safeguarding children, and it is offered to staff from all agencies who work with children, young people and families in Sheffield. Multi-agency training also improves communication and information sharing between professionals including a common understanding of key terms, definitions and thresholds for action.

Eileen Munro in her review of LSCBs made it clear that we need to understand where the activity in which we are engaging is making a difference both to improvements in practice and to outcomes for children and families.

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Women opposed to female genital mutilation have marched through Bristol in a protest against the practice.
About 20 people, many of them Somali women, handed out leaflets in the Easton area. An estimated 2,000 girls in the city are at risk.
The practice, which is illegal in the UK, can cause urinary infections, kidney failure and death.
Bristol midwives say they are coming across a large number of women with complications caused by it.
Also known as female circumcision, the practice is carried out in more than 28 countries in Africa, as well as in parts of Asia and South America

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