In this section, you will find useful e-learning materials regarding children’s safeguarding.
This online course has been developed with the Forced Marriage Unit of the Foreign Office. It aims to raise awareness, challenge perceptions and inform you of the correct actions to take should you suspect someone is at risk.
Please note: You can complete the induction section as a ‘guest’. To complete the rest of the course you will need to create an account.
Safeguarding in Health
Delivered by Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare (HEE e-LfH) in partnership with the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH). The e-learning aims to meet statutory training requirements so that healthcare providers can ensure their teams are up-to-date with the issues surrounding Child Protection.
This training package is designed to help trainers develop training for staff (such as midwives, health visitors and social workers) advance their skills in raising sensitive issues with pregnant women. It is designed to support the implementation of NICE guidance in maternity care. Particular reference is given to CG110 Pregnancy and Complex Social Factors. It is also intended to have wider applicability to NICE guidance which requires health and social care professionals to raise sensitive issues.
Parental Substance Misuse
This free course explores parental substance misuse, its effects on children and parenting capacity and the implications for social work practitioners.
This e-learning resource is targeted at Children’s Social Care workers to help them work more confidently with families where parents are misusing drugs.
East Midlands Reducing Parental Conflict Program
The Reducing Parental Conflict Program is funded by the DWP based on EIF research. In the East Midlands we are taking a regional approach, working together to share resources and plan for positive change for children and families.
Co-parenting adults argue and disagree for a number of reasons. When arguments become a frequent part of day to day life for children, when they are exposed to intense arguments, or when arguments are not resolved well, evidence shows that children are at more risk of multiple negative outcomes. This program is designed to up-skill staff that work with families.
The e-Learning can be completed after attending classroom training, or as stand alone learning. It is a package training which consists of 4 modules. Each module will take between 30-45 mins to complete, there is a breakdown of content below. Once you begin your e-Learning, you will be able to access the e-Learning modules for a further 6 months.
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Please note: the above training are not delivered by the LSCPB.