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Code: BH/18/1646 LSCB - Child Neglect Training (EVENT FULL)

This course provides those attending with an over arching understanding of the issues surrounding neglect, how it can impact on the children and young people to whom it relates and how early interventions and agency procedures can be used to reduce the risk and thus safeguard from neglectful situations.

This training is provided by the Local Children's Safeguarding Board (LSCB)

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1 12 September 2019 09:30 - 16:30 AMEX Mansell McTaggart Suite Map

Code: BH/18/1667 LSCB - Safeguarding in a Digital Age - A Practical Guide to Keeping Children Safe Online (EVENT FULL)

This half day course from the Local Safeguarding Children Board (LSCB) will equip you with information and practical safeguarding guidance to help safeguard children and young people in the digital age. It will help you understand how they communicate on the internet and through apps, how offenders may exploit this and other risks, and what steps parents/carers can take to prevent  online abuse and exploitation. Participants will also learn different sources of support from which they/children can seek information and advice. This course is run is association with Safety Net.

This course is suitable for anyone who works with children, young people, or families in Brighton & Hove, especially those who may supervise them whilst they using the internet. This training is highly recommended for those working in children's residential homes.

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1 18 September 2019 09:30 - 13:00 AMEX Mansell McTaggart Suite Map

Code: BH/18/1797 ru-ok? Substance Use and Young People, Recognition, Response and Referral

This course will provide delegates with a greater awareness and understanding of substances and their effects on young people.

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1 18 September 2019 09:30 - 16:30 Brighton Town Hall - Volks Room Map

Code: BH/19/1173 Young Women and County Line Activity

One-day awareness raising for professionals who may / are likely to work with gang-affected young women, or have experience in working with vulnerable adolescents

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1 20 September 2019 09:30 - 16:30 Brighton and Hove Foyer (venue) Map

Code: BH/19/1032 Unique Private Law and Domestic Abuse workshop

Private Law proceedings are a common feature of a social work case load, although common, they are also some of the most challenging work social workers undertake.

We try to keep focussed on the child however this can be difficult in the context of complex family dynamics particularly when domestic abuse is a concern.

There is a growing acknowledgement that training has been limited or non existent in this area and this will be the first of a series of workshops aimed to address this.

 

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1 01 October 2019 09:30 - 16:30 Brighton Town Hall - Committee Room 1 Map

Code: BH/19/1315 The Brighton Functional Family Therapy Team Conference

For Therapists, Managers, Practitioners and Policy Makers

In June 2008 Brighton & Hove LA established the first UK based Functional Family Therapy Team.

In the following 11 years the Brighton team has supported the implementation and training of a further 15 FFT teams and 3 FFTCW teams. These teams have all been set up as a way of helping to reduce the numbers of children and young people becoming looked after, reducing offending/custody rates and improving outcomes for families as a whole.

FFT is an evidence based (Blue Prints certified) assertive outreach, systemic/behavioural model.

There are currently 300+ FFT(LLC) & FFTCW(LLC) sites in 10 countries worldwide serving in urban, rural and indigenous communities.

The focus of Functional Family Therapy is on helping young people and their families, by repairing family bonds, improving relationships and providing skills and strategies that support more successful family interactions and reduces risk.

The team invite you to come and share in a day of celebration, hear from other local authorities and providers about how FFT has enabled them to work with families and how using the models has impacted on the amount of young people needing to be looked after, CSE/CCE and reoffending & custody rates.

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1 03 October 2019 09:30 - 17:00 Old Ship Hotel Map

Code: BH/19/0972 Effectively Engaging Male Perpetrators of Domestic Abuse

This course will provide a dynamic approach to improving skills for engaging  and developing  effective working relationships with male Perpetrators of Domestic Abuse.

 

 

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1 12 November 2019 09:30 - 16:30 Jubilee Library - Conference Room 1 Map

Code: BH/18/1675 Sexual Abuse - Child Sexual Abuse and the Internet

This one day course provides an insight into how the internet is used as part of sexually abusive behaviour, what motivates different types of internet offender and also explores practical ways in which associated risks can be assessed. This includes: context-setting; pornography and the internet; the facts, not fears associated with internet offending.

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1 14 November 2019 09:30 - 16:30 Hove Town Hall - Training Room G107 Map

Code: BH/18/1798 ru-ok? Substance Use and Young People, Recognition, Response and Referral

This course will provide delegates with a greater awareness and understanding of substances and their effects on young people.

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1 15 November 2019 09:30 - 16:30 Brighton Town Hall - Volks Room Map

Code: BH/19/1278 Strength Based Approaches to Safeguarding

An overview of key strengths based approach to child protection assessment followed by a presentation of a key strengths based approach; Signs of Safety. The Signs of Safety approach is a relationship-grounded, safety-organised child protection framework designed to help families build real safety for children by allowing those families to demonstrate their strengths as protection over time. This strengths-based and safety-organised approach to child protection work requires partnership and collaboration with the child and family. It expands the investigation of risk to encompass strengths and signs of safety that can be built upon to stabilise and strengthen the child’s and family’s situation. Central to this approach is meaningful family engagement and, in particular, capturing the voice of the child. A format for undertaking comprehensive risk assessment - assessing for danger and harm and the possibility of building safety – is incorporated within the one-page Signs of Safety Assessment.

 

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1 25 November 2019 09:30 - 16:30 Hove Town Hall - Training Room G70 Map