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Contextual Safeguarding

Contextual Safeguarding

Tosin
Practice Educator Chinara Enterprises Associate, Author

Tosin is Social Work England registered as an experienced social worker who has over ten years post qualifying experience, she brings a wealth of frontline child and family social work experience to the team.

Tosin has worked as a frontline social worker and has experience within several fields such as fields of Children protection, Mental health, Leaving and After care, Fostering, Child sexual exploitation and Asylum seeking. Tosin is also a practice educator with experience of assessing Social Work students.

Tosin has also worked for children’s charities whereby her role included advocacy, socio-educative work with the carers/parents of children who have been affected by sexual abuse.

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Course Overview 

This is a refresher course to develop your awareness and understanding of  Contextual Safeguarding in relation to Child protection in order to help keep the children and young people you work with safe.

Learning outcomes

Those that attend this course will gain a refreshed knowledge of:

  • Definition of Contextual Safeguarding and the two tiers of contextual safeguarding
  • Child Sexual Exploitation ( CSE) and Criminal exploitation ( in relation to gang affiliation)
  • Key Legislation for CSE
  • Definition, signs and impact of CSE and gang affiliation on Young people
  • Response: what you should do if you suspect a child is being exploited
Safeguarding

Safeguarding

Tosin
Practice Educator Chinara Enterprises Associate, Author

Tosin is Social Work England registered as an experienced social worker who has over ten years post qualifying experience, she brings a wealth of frontline child and family social work experience to the team.

Tosin has worked as a frontline social worker and has experience within several fields such as fields of Children protection, Mental health, Leaving and After care, Fostering, Child sexual exploitation and Asylum seeking. Tosin is also a practice educator with experience of assessing Social Work students.

Tosin has also worked for children’s charities whereby her role included advocacy, socio-educative work with the carers/parents of children who have been affected by sexual abuse.

To get the best experience please view this course on PC, Laptop or Tablets

Course Overview

This is a refresher course to develop your awareness and understanding of Safeguarding children and young people. It will provide an overview of some of the essential information to support you in keeping children and young people safe.

 

Learning outcomes

  • To develop an understanding of safeguarding thresholds, legislation and guidance.
  • To understand your responsibilities with regards to safeguarding.
  • Exploration of abuse: Neglect, Sexual abuse, Physical abuse, and Emotional abuse.
  • Response: what you should do if you suspect a child is being abused or if they disclose information.
  • Covid-19 Legislation and impact on practice.

The Care  2014, Coronavirus Act 2020 and Adult Safeguarding

The Care 2014, Coronavirus Act 2020 and Adult Safeguarding

Jan Carpenter
Chinara Enterprises Associate, Author

Jan Carpenter has two decades of public and private sector experience across a range of adult social care fields, within community, hospitals and residential settings. Jan is a qualified Advanced level Social Worker with supervisory-managerial and quality assurance experience, complemented by coaching and training skills and user feedback/quality audits. Committed to personal and professional development, improving workplace performance and quality of service user experience and outcomes.

This course aims to provide you with an overview of the Care Act 2014 as well as any national policies that inform practice in adult social care. Upon doing this course we will go through some of the key changes in the legislation following the Coronavirus  Act 2020, providing you with an understanding of the principles of adult safeguarding.

 

Learning objectives

  • To develop an understanding of some of the key legislation that informs practice in adult social care.
  • To have developed an understanding of your responsibilities as a social worker to undertake safeguarding adults enquiries.
  • To have an understanding of what constitutes abuse, the definitions, signs and how to respond.
  • To understand the key changes as a result of the Coronavirus Act 2020 and the impact on social work practice with adults in need of care and support.

Older people and Substance Misuse and unwise decisions

Older people and Substance Misuse and unwise decisions

Jennifer Orgill
Practice Educator Chinara Enterprises Associate, Author

Jennifer Orgill is an experienced social worker, manager and trainer with over 20 years’ experience in the sector and is a past Chair of the British Association of Social Workers. Jennifer is co-director of her own specialist consultancy, Social Works Limited, which works predominantly with local authorities, voluntary organisations and the sector skills council Skills for Care on workforce development and adult protection issues.

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Course Overview

This course has been developed to provide an overview of the impact of drugs and alcohol abuse and the impact on a person’s capacity. It seeks to provide some insight into factors that may contribute to addiction and how this affects a person’s capacity. This course is useful for social workers and health or social care staff working with adults.

Learning outcomes

  • Have developed a better understanding
  • What is meant by unwise decisions
  • Fluctuating and maximising Capacity
  • How to support those who drink and make unwise decisions
  • To assist in developing your skills and knowledge in drug, alcohol issues and capacity