Child Safeguarding Level 3Update

Safeguarding children level 3 webinar is for clinical staff (working with children, young people and/or their parents/ carers and/or any adult who could pose a risk to children), who could potentially contribute to assessing, planning, intervening and/ or evaluating the needs of a child or young person and/or parenting capacity.  This session will also provide  Level 2 updates.

 

Learning Outcomes

  • Explain how to utilise a child/family-focused approach to identify signs of child maltreatment
  • Explain the importance of early identification of risk factors in the lives of the parents and the children
  • Determine the appropriate level of support intervention case-by-case
  • Explain the principles of assessments and how these can be put into practice
  • Describe the common assessment framework and list its domains
  • Determine the appropriate level of information sharing case-by-case
  • Illustrate how information is shared, recorded and evidence is gathered, including chronologies and body maps
  • Explain how findings from forensic examinations are presented to meet clinical and legal requirements
  • Describe how to effectively contribute to multi-agency groups
  • Describe the issues surrounding misdiagnosis, uncertainty and risk
  • Explain how important communication with children is including helping them to participate in decisions
  • Describe the issues around working with uncooperative parents and families and how to overcome
  • Explain how peer reviews and supervision can help provide support and expertise
  • Describe how to identify ways to improve future practice when an individual is seriously harmed/dies as a result of maltreatment
  • List the ways to escalate concerns

 

   Date:  7 May 2024  (Via ZOOM)
  

   Time:   10:00 - 16:00
   

   Cost:   £40.00**

 

Invoice to practice is available by email request from your practice/business manager to yvonne@dovetailhealthevents.com.  

 

The following information will need to be provided for each attendee:

  • Full name
    Attendees NHS email address
    Attendees job title
    Full Practice address
    Details of where to send invoice to (inc PO number if relevant)

One this information has been received from your Practice/Business Manager, your booking will be made and the invoice will then be sent to your practice/PCN for payment.


Note;  NHS Email address will be required to register

 

  • Cancellation period for paid events: 

           The minimum cancellation period is 21 days in writing before the meeting, cancellations less than 21 days before the  

           meeting date will need to be paid for in full.

 

For UK Healthcare Professionals only
This Webinar is accredited for 6 hours CPD 

You will need a valid NHS email address to register

All our educational events and webinars are unbiased.  In accordance with APBI, pharmaceutical companies sponsoring webinars and events have no input into choosing the speakers or topics.

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