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We will continue to incorporate WRAP training into our 2-day course for new DSLs. Talking About Self-Harm workshop – 29 September 2017 Please click here for further details about this workshop.There are a limited number of free training places for frontline school staff working with primary or secondary school aged children and young people in the East of England.Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis.There will be a morning workshop which will be repeated in the afternoon on 29th September 2017. The venue will be in the Cambridge area and will be confirmed shortly.The new Harmful Sexual Behaviour Change Co-Ordinators and a Specialist Clinical Psychologist will be running a series of free, 1 ½ hour, twilight sessions around the county in the autumn term.The learning objectives for these sessions are to: • Begin to understand a ‘common language’ and terminology around Harmful Sexual Behaviour in children and young people • Understand how to use the Brook Traffic Light tool for early identification of HSB in children and young people • Understand how to use the Brook Traffic Light tool to identify potential level of concern about Harmful Sexual Behaviour • Think about ‘next steps’ for training for their organisation in assessment and intervention for Please see Norfolk Children Safeguarding Board Booking PREVENT WRAP Sessions A number of Workshops to Raise Awareness of Prevent are now available staff.Veterans with the most severe symptoms had families with the worst functioning. It may be because those suffering with PTSD have a hard time feeling emotions. This can cause problems in personal relationships, and may even lead to behavior problems in their children.The numbing and avoidance that occurs with PTSD is linked with lower satisfaction in parenting.
Harmful Sexual Behaviour A briefing document and advice on how to request a Harmful Sexual Behaviour Case Consultation can now be accessed on our Guidance page.
A new course has been developed during Spring 2017 that is for those senior leaders who have responsibility for ensuring their single record is complete and accurate as well as being compliant with legislation and guidance.
It may also be appropriate for staff who have the administrative responsibility for the record to attend in order that they fully understand the context and importance of the document.
It is a key piece of documentation referred to in Keeping Children Safe in Education and it plays a crucial part in establishing and evidencing safeguarding practice.
Maintaining the single central record is a key responsibility for schools and colleges and checking the document plays an important part of inspecting practice.