MOPAC (Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime) sponsored County Lines Training | Via @LeoPowell_

https://twitter.com/LeoPowell_/status/1279110034610413568?s=20 A snapshot of what will be covered: What County Lines isCuckooingWhy County Lines has come to such prominenceThe profitThe phone (the way it is used etc)The home (conditions of drug houses etc)County Lines terminologyStatistics (number of lines in operation across the UK etc)Modern SlaveryExploitation (CCE and CSE)Different types of groomingDemographic of those targetedGangs and the link to County LinesHow to spot the signsWhat parents can doHow parents … Continue reading MOPAC (Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime) sponsored County Lines Training | Via @LeoPowell_

Great new training from Jenny Malloy, Times Bestseller author of Hackney Child

Jenny Molloy, Times Bestseller author of Hackney Child is providing two training events. More details below including links to book your place via Eventbrite. Hurry as places likely to go fast! Testimonial Jenny spent most of her childhood in care. She regularly gives talks and is called on by government bodies to advise on the … Continue reading Great new training from Jenny Malloy, Times Bestseller author of Hackney Child

Coming out of lockdown: What is controlling or coercive behaviour? Free event.

Women’s Aid have in a variety of reports questioned whether the courts and practitioners have the correct training to apply these elements of domestic abuse. This round table event hosted by Jason Hadden and Alyssa Howard of chambers will include Dr Emma Katz, an expert at Liverpool Hope University on the impact of domestic violence … Continue reading Coming out of lockdown: What is controlling or coercive behaviour? Free event.

‘Piloting the CSA Practice Leads Programme in social work: Evaluation report’.

A MESSAGE FROM THE CENTRE OF EXPERTISE ON CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE We are very pleased to inform you that we have published our report: ‘Piloting the CSA Practice Leads Programme in social work: Evaluation report’.  The report is now available on our website here Improving the social work response to child sexual abuse is essential … Continue reading ‘Piloting the CSA Practice Leads Programme in social work: Evaluation report’.

UK Empathy Summit @CareLeaverCov #SpreadTheWord

How can you and your organisation be more empathetic to the often overlooked #careleaver population? How can organisations and businesses join the list of signatories? An event hosted by @BBCNaga is being held on April 6th to discuss this. https://twitter.com/careleavercov/status/1235142555278376962?s=21 For more info head to: mycovenant.org.uk/empathy-summits FEATURED OFFERS for care leavers Full details on all … Continue reading UK Empathy Summit @CareLeaverCov #SpreadTheWord

Research in Practice | Transitional safeguarding – bridging the gap between Children’s and Adults’ Services

The latest @researchIP blog explores how to work effectively with adolescents and young people when undertaking safeguarding work, recognising that adolescence throws up different issues that don’t simply disappear at age 18. The challenge remains for Children’s Services to learn from adult social care, for example the Making Safeguarding Personal approach to safeguarding, which puts … Continue reading Research in Practice | Transitional safeguarding – bridging the gap between Children’s and Adults’ Services

NIROMP in partnership with the PSW Network – launch of a national research and practice improvement project

A NATIONAL RESEARCH AND PRACTICE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT ON DIGITAL PROFESSIONALISM AND ONLINE SAFEGUARDING The national Principal Children and Families Social Worker (PCFSW) network is working in partnership with the National IRO Managers Partnership (NIROMP), CAFCASS, Making Research Count, Research and Management Consultancy Centre and a number of local authorities to undertake a national research and … Continue reading NIROMP in partnership with the PSW Network – launch of a national research and practice improvement project

STEPLADDER OF ACHIEVEMENT – Helping young people develop financial know-how

Stepladder of Achievement The Stepladder of Achievement is an online learning tool for 15-25 year olds to develop financial know-how and for making plans for your future. It has six Steps for to work through. And it’s free to use!A certificate of completion is provided on completion of all 6 steps. Additional benefits include connection … Continue reading STEPLADDER OF ACHIEVEMENT – Helping young people develop financial know-how

Children in Care: Preserving Family Connections? FREE event – 19th September

Forrest Hills, 19th September 2019, 10.00 - 4.45 Free to attend, lunch provided We are pleased to promote this FREE event which will be chaired by Deborah Woodcock (Operations Director: Family, and Principal Social Worker, Stockport). EVENT DETAILS Forrest Hills, 19th September 2019, 10.00 - 4.45 Free to attend, lunch provided The Centre for Child and Family Justice in partnership … Continue reading Children in Care: Preserving Family Connections? FREE event – 19th September