NYSCP Autumn dates now available to book - “Developments in Safeguarding Managers Masterclasses”. - North Yorkshire

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Autumn dates now available to book – “Developments in Safeguarding Managers Masterclasses”.

NYSCP have launched Autumn dates for the “Developments in Safeguarding Managers Masterclasses”.

These sessions will be delivered in a new mini virtual format and are designed for Frontline Managers / Designated Safeguarding Leads of those working with children and young people.

The content of the Masterclass will include:

  • Over view of NYSCP Development
  • COVID 19
  • Learning from Missing From Home and Care and Harmful Sexual Behaviour Audits
  • Summary of the Learning from Clare – Serious Case Review
  • Multi Agency Child Exploitation (MACE) Update 
  • Campaigns
  • And More!

Twilight Session: Thursday 5th Nov, 16.00 – 17.00

Lunchtime Session: Friday 6th Nov, 12.00 – 13.00

Please visit the booking website http://nyestraining.co.uk/Training  and search keyword “masterclasses” – this will enable you to book on either a Lunchtime or Twilight session

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