Slides from the MASH & Early Help Workshops are available here.
LSCB WORKING TOGETHER TO SAFEGUARD CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE TRAINING – Level 3!
This new LSCB 2 day course/ 1 day refresher course will help to develop your knowledge and skills to most effectively use child protection procedures and best practice to safeguard children and young people in Southampton. The course is multi agency and will help you to carry out your crucial role ensuring agencies work together to protect children from harm.
Learning from local and national serious case reviews is included in this course.
The LSCB can fit 25 attendees on each course, and allocations are determined according to this LSCB Training Allocations Policy
Dates for Level 3 Training can be found covering 2017 can be found here.
Book on to the LSCB Level 3 Safeguarding Training or Half Day Workshops HERE
Level one training should be provided within your own organisation. If you work for Southampton City Council or the Private/Independent Sector, please click here to access Level 1 e-learning training.
Level two safeguarding training is available through the Workforce Development Team at Southampton City Council. For more information on this, please click here.
If you are not sure what level of safeguarding training you need please click HERE for the training pathway
Other safeguarding board’s training and workshops
Weekly Wednesday Workshops – Click here to see available courses.
Click here to access free Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) e-learning
Click here to access free Prevent e-learning
Southampton LSCB’s Training Strategy
Please see the Southampton LSCB Learning & Development Strategy for details of what the board hopes to achieve.
The LSCB would like to thank all those who completed a survey on staff supervision. We received over 400 workforce responses with a balanced response from social care, education and health agencies.
Findings suggest that safeguarding supervision is taking place more frequently than might have been thought, but that there is considerable room for improvement in its quality.
As a result of this survey, the LSCB has agreed a new set of Supervision Core Principles which can be viewed here
Domestic Violence Conference
The LSCB held a one day conference on Domestic Violence and it’s Impact on Children and Young People on 5th December 2014. Please see presentations from the day below:
We advertise one off workshops in our newsletter and in the training calendar at the bottom of this page. Recent workshops include:
- being part of a core group weekly workshop
- MANAGEMENT OF ALLEGATIONS AGAINST STAFF (LADO)
- CSE (Child Sexual Exploitation) Workshop
- MASH (Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub) Briefings
- Adult Mental Health Workshop Presentation
- Early Years and Child Care Presentation
- Self Neglect and Hoarding workshop
Managing Complex Medical Conditions in Educational Settings Workshops Presentations
The LSCB held a workshop to earn about the new individual Health Care Plans and gain learning from recent case reviews. The session specifically focused on acute conditions including Asthma, Epilepsy, Severe Allergies and Diabetes; presentations from the workshop are listed below:
- Supporting pupils at school with medical conditions Presentation
- Springwell School Presentation
- UHS Diabetes Presentation
- Type 1 Diabetes – Pupil perspective in school Presentation
- Southampton Healthy Ambition Public Health Nursing Presentation
- UHS Asthma Presentation
- Managing serious allergies in Schools– A parent and child’s perspective
- UHS Allergy Presentation
Approval of training programmes by the LSCB
The Learning and Development Group approves safeguarding training programmes on behalf of the LSCB. If your agency is running a safeguarding training programme, please complete the Self Assessment Checklist available here.
Please then send the completed checklist, together with information about the training programme and content, to email@example.com A member of the group will provide any advice and feedback necessary.
Free Prevent E-Learning – Free training developed by Southampton City Council as a valuable tool for partners, voluntary groups and residents of Southampton. The e-learning is also there for any external users to complete. Please NOTE: if you are an SCC Employee you will need to complete this training via the My Learning Portal via the Staff Intranet.
Free FGM (Female Genital Mutilation) E-Learning – available from the Home Office, also includes a link to an FGM Resource pack.