- Multi-agency training for everyone working with children and families in Croydon
- What Safeguarding Learning and Development do I need?
- CSCB Learning and Development Programme 2017-2018
- How to Book on to CSCB Safeguarding and Early Help Training
- CSCB Neglect Conference 2017 – Key Messages
- Costs, Venues and Refreshments
Multi-agency training for everyone working with children and families in Croydon
Welcome to Croydon’s Safeguarding Children Board (CSCB) Learning and Development. This programme is available to all staff and volunteers who work with children and young people, and is intended to complement single agency training.
What Safeguarding Learning and Development do I need?
The CSCB L&D Programme is based on the pan-London Competence Still Matters (2014) which provides detail on eight staff groups and the minimum training content, delivery and outcome requirements in respect of each group. This document is not replicated here, so you must refer to the full version for further details
- It is important to note that Competence Still Matters (2104) should be used to determine single-agency safeguarding learning and development, whether this is delivered in-house or commissioned.
- This table illustrates the staff group a role may fall into, example roles are given but are in no way exhaustive.
- It is recommended that safeguarding training is refreshed at least every three years.
What Safeguarding Learning Do I Need – is a summary guide to help you determine what safeguarding learning and development you or your organisation’s role need to engage with.
CSCB Learning and Development Programme 2017-2018
Click on individual course title for more information.
- CSCB Level 3 Safeguarding 2017_18
- Child Sexual Exploitation 2017-18
- Domestic Abuse Training 2017-18
- Early Help 2017-18
- Gangs 2017_18
- Impact of Parental Mental Health on the Family 17_18
- Impact of Parental Substance Misuse on the Family 17_18
- Managing Allegations 2017-18
- Missing Children Training – communication and inter-personal skills to engage young people
- CSCB Child Neglect 17-18
- Role of MASH and Thresholds 2017-18
- Workshops Raising Awareness of Prevent
- Working Parents and Carers Affected by CSE 17 18
- Working Together in Child Protection Conferences and Core Groups
- Young Persons Substance Misuse Training 17 18
E-learning offers introductory courses about safeguarding children.
There are a range of topics including:
Safeguarding Children Level 1 | Safeguarding Children Level 2 | CSE | Substance Misuse | Effective communication with children and families | Information Sharing | Domestic Abuse | Autism and more. These are free to anyone who works or lives in Croydon.
- To access the full range of safeguarding courses, please visit: https://croydon.melearning.university/course_centre
- IThe following free topic specific e-learning from different providers are available including: PREVENT | FGM | Parental Mental Health |
How to Book on to CSCB Safeguarding and Early Help Training
You must have a Croydon My Account to book a place on face to face training, the information below explains how to do this.
The booking system is easy to use and there is a short step-by-step guide available to download.
The booking system will allow you to book and complete a training evaluation on-line after attending the session, upon completion of the evaluation you will receive your training attendance certificate.
** Please note that if you are not booked to attend an event, the facilitator has the right not to admit you.
** If you want to cancel or swap a place with another colleague who has booked a place, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org before the event.
** If you fail to attend without notice of a cancellation your organisation may be charged a ‘non-attendance’ fee.
For full instructions and guidance CLICK HERE to access the handy step-by-step should you need help.
For help with setting up My Account please email email@example.com
Any questions about CSCB Safeguarding and Early Help training please email firstname.lastname@example.org
CSCB Neglect Conference 2017 – Key Messages
Thank you to all of our speakers and to those who attended and took part in some great conversations about how we can help protect and support children from neglect. On the day, we welcomed practitioners from a range of different settings including children’s social care, health services, school and nursery settings, police, housing and community and voluntary groups. Such a mixed audience illustrates just how we all have a role to play in recognising and responding to neglect, and in particular recognising and responding to signs of early neglect.
There were some great discussions on the day about recognition of neglect; common standards and language, use of tools and assessments, engagement of parents, role of supervision and engagement of wider communities to help support families who need help. We will be using learning and feedback from the day to inform the CSCB Neglect Strategy. If you are interested in being part of developing this strategy, you can join our working group. For more details contact us at email@example.com
There were many useful points learnt and discussed – some of those key messages and presentations from each of our speakers are available to view and download here – CSCB Neglect Conference 2017 Key Messages
Costs, Venues and Refreshments
Costs: CSCB training is free for all organisational members of Croydon Safeguarding Children Board and is currently free to all staff and volunteers who work with children and young people in Croydon. A charge for non-attendance may be made, please see terms and conditions when booking on to a course.
Venues: Most of the CSCB Learning and Development events will take place either at Bernard Weatherill House or at Heathfield House Training Centre. Venue details are provided upon booking. Maps and directions to these two locations are given below.
Refreshments: Most CSCB Learning and Development events will not provide lunch and refreshments, you are therefore advised to bring your own. When attending events at Bernard Weatherill House, there is a cafe on site, shops nearby and microwaves are available for use. When attending events at Heathfield House there are vending machines for snacks and a microwave is available for use, there are no nearby shops (20min walk one-way).