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Safeguarding Partnership Training
Warrington Safeguarding Partnership

Warrington Safeguarding Partnership (WSP) and Warrington Safeguarding Adults Board (WSAB) are pleased to offer a programme of multi-agency training. This includes...
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Training & Events

05
05 Jun
Responding to Domestic Abuse
To increase the number of professionals in Warrington who are competent in:- • Identifying domestic abuse • Asking the question where they suspect domestic abuse • Responding appropriately • Completing the Domestic Abuse, Stalking and Honour Based Violence (DASH) Risk Identification Checklist a common checklist for identifying and assessing risk of domestic abuse • Providing safe and effective support which saves lives
16
16 Jun
Licensed GCP2 (Graded Care Profile) Training for Practitioners
By the end of the course participants will have:- • Become licensed to use the GCP2 • Consolidate knowledge in relation to neglect • Understand how GCP2 fits in with local practice
25
25 Jun
Early Help: an introduction
• To explore the Early Help agenda and why we have changed the way in which we work. • To explore how to safeguard children. • To examine the definitions of what constitutes abuse and how it can be identified. • To learn how to report concerns.
03
03 Jul
Working Together to Safeguard Children
By the end of the course participants will have:- • explored what constitutes significant harm and the process of abuse and be able to recognise signs and symptoms. • Developed and understanding of the current context of working Together to Safeguard Children 2018. • considered their own role and that of different agencies in the safeguarding process and the importance of working together. • Recognised how personal and professional values impact upon practice and families. • Enhanced their understanding of their role in professional challenge – “High Support, High Challenge”.
13
13 Jul
Responding to Domestic Abuse
To increase the number of professionals in Warrington who are competent in:- • Identifying domestic abuse • Asking the question where they suspect domestic abuse • Responding appropriately • Completing the Domestic Abuse, Stalking and Honour Based Violence (DASH) Risk Identification Checklist a common checklist for identifying and assessing risk of domestic abuse • Providing safe and effective support which saves lives