NYSCB Training Courses

2015 - 2016

NOTE FOR SCHOOLS:  NYSCB Courses should be booked through SmartSolutions

For booking courses please click on their titles.  To see course dates you can click on their titles or see out training calendar.

NYSCB Young People: Risky Behaviours & Safeguarding

This is a full day's classroom training covering a range of risky behaviours and the links to adolescent development. It explores issues relevant to safeguarding young people exhibiting risky behaviours, including self-harm, legal highs, substance misuse, unsafe relationships, sexual practice and gangs and groups. It aims to equip workers with skills & tools to support their work with young people.

  • 08/02/2017, Poppleton Community Centre, York
  • 14/02/2017, Avalon Group, Harrogate
  • 01/03/2017, Dial a Ride, Scarborough
  • 23/03/2017, Rendezvous Hotel, Scarborough

NYSCB Child Sexual Exploitation: Managing Cases and Teams working with CSE

NYSCB CSE Basic Awareness classroom training has now been replaced by the online Introdutory Course on Child Sexual Exploitation as Level 1 training for CSE.

This course is Level 3 training for managers & supervisors of practitoners/ volunteers who work closely with children & young people at risk of CSE.

NYSCB The Impact of Abuse & Neglect on the Developing Child

To explore what is meant by  child development in the context of safeguarding.

To look at how abuse and neglect impacts on child development and how we may recognise this.

NYSCB Developments in Safeguarding: Managers' Master-class

This will be an opportunity for managers to consider current issues within child protection and the impact of these on front line practice.

  • 05/06/2017, Northallerton
  • 06/06/2017, Knaresborough
  • 14/06/2017, Sandpiper House, Selby
  • 15/06/2017, North Yorkshire House, Scarborough
  • 05/12/2017, Jesmond House, Harrogate
  • 06/12/2017, Kirbymoorside Library
  • 12/12/2017, Sandpiper House, Selby
  • 14/12/2017, County Hall, Northallerton

NYSCB Child Sexual Exploitation: Working with those directly at risk of CSE

NYSCB CSE Basic Awareness classroom training has now been replaced by the online Introdutory Course on Child Sexual Exploitation as Level 1 training for CSE.

This course is Level 2 training, looking specifically at engaging with young people at risk of CSE, & how to prevent/ protect/ prosecute using disruption tactics & tools such as the National Referral Mechanism.

It focuses on multi-agency working, information sharing, & case examples

  • 11/01/2017, Community House, Ripon
  • 01/02/2017, County Hall, Northallerton
  • 16/02/2017, Dial a Ride, Scarborough
  • 21/02/2017, Rendezvous Hotel, Skipton

NYSCB Safeguarding Children

To update knowledge of child protection issues, including: definitions, indicators, legislation, guidance, and processes

  • 10/01/2017, County Hall, Northallerton
  • 12/01/2017 (AM), Belle Vue Mills, Skipton
  • 12/01/2017 (PM), Belle Vue Mills, Skipton
  • 19/01/2017, Falsgrave Community Centre, Scarborough
  • 07/02/2017, Henshaws College, Harrogate
  • 22/02/2017 (AM), County Hall, Northallerton
  • 22/02/2017 (PM), County Hall, Northallerton
  • 23/02/2017, Community House, Ripon
  • 07/03/2017, Allerton Court Hotel, Northallerton
  • 08/03/2017, Belle Vue Mills,Skipton
  • 15/03/2017, Wilberforce Trust, York
  • 08/04/2017, Allerton Court Hotel, Northallerton

NYSCB An Introduction to MARAC & MAPPA

This course aims to raise awareness of MARACs (multi agency risk assessment conferences for victims of domestic abuse) and MAPPA (multi agency public protection arrangements for managing sexual and violent offenders in the community) and how they link into safeguarding children.

NYSCB Comprehensive Child Protection Pathway (CCPP)

Child Protection Conferences in North Yorkshire are now working under the ‘Signs of Safety’ model of conferencing. While this course combines a number of previous LSCB Courses (including Effective Strategy Meetings, Effective Core Groups and Child Protection Conferences, and Working Together from Strategy Meeting to Core Group), it also supports the learner to become an effective member of a child protection conference, offering an opportunity to practice & understand this new approach to conferencing.

  • 24/01/2017, Community House, Ripon
  • 02/02/2017, Avalon Group, Harrogate
  • 07/02/2017, County Hall, Northallerton
  • 28/02/2017, Dial a Ride, Scarborough
  • 14/03/2017, Rendezvous Hotel, Skipton
  • 21/03/2017, Clements Hall, York
  • NYSCB An Introduction to MARAC & MAPPA
  • 02/02/2017, County Hall, Northallerton

NYSCB Domestic Abuse

This course is a full days training around various issues of Domestic Abuse and how this impacts on children and families.  The course will focus on situational domestic abuse, men as victims and children and young people who harm.  It will also consider the outcomes of Domestic Homicide Reviews and disguised compliance.  The course will also look at safety planning and tools to support children and families.

  • 28/03/2017, Dial a Ride, Scarborough

NYSCB Working with Invisible Male Partners

This course will enable delegates to recognise and appreciate the roles taken by fathers and partners in families and to engage them more fully and effectively in planning and the practice of child protection work.

  • 23/01/2017, Poppleton Community Centre, York

NYSCB Child Death Reviews: Advanced Training for Rapid Response Team

This course is for Professionals who are directly involved in the rapid response processes for unexpected child deaths and to further develop the skills to carry out an effective inter-agency investigation in accordance with Working Together to Safeguard Children, Chapter 5 (2015).

NYSCB Toxic Trio

To examine how the three issues of parental substance misuse, parental mental illness and domestic abuse, can impact on parenting. To focus on how these issues impact on children and young people. To gain awareness of the challenges these present for multi-disciplinary work, including the importance of assessments. To increase delegates knowledge in order to safeguard children & young people. Signposting and further information to assist practice.

NYSCB Managing Allegations Against Staff

To provide knowledge of the procedures and practice for dealing with allegations against staff

  • 07/02/2017, County Hall, Northallerton

NYSCB Multi Agency Screening Team (MAST) Briefings

NYSCB would like to invite you to one of five Multi Agency Screening Team (MAST) Briefing that are taking place across North Yorkshire. The aim of these briefings are to:Introduce the new MAST arrangement, New contact details for the Healthy Child Programme, Re-affirm how to make a referral and what is required, Explore the new Vulnerable, Exploited, Missing and Trafficked (VEMT) arrangements and Introduce Operation Encompass (Domestic Abuse Notifications between Police, Schools and Health)

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