This live half day interactive virtual course delivered through Microsoft Teams is aimed at Social Workers.
Anti-racism goes beyond saying the right words – it is daily commitment to action. This session will provide opportunities for Social Workers to develop tangible skills to further anti-racist practice, which can be used in every day contexts ranging from direct work with children to supervision. Key aims are as follows:
The event is facilitated by the British Association of Social Workers (BASW) and is responding to learning needs identified in this area.
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Would you like to increase your knowledge and understanding of this complex area of Safeguarding? Do you feel confident in challenging certain practices whilst trying to remain sensitive and respectful to cultural and religious traditions?
This important multi-agency course is being presented by a very experienced external trainer, who has worked closely with local authorities and police forces to combat these behaviours and can bring personal knowledge to this training event. The sessions are spread over four hour time frame with time for breaks.
This course will raise your awareness of Honour Based Abuse and Forced Marriage and the impact on victims/children. Topics covered will include identification, assessment and reporting processes to support professionals in their safeguarding role.
Important note: It is essential that you have undertaken the Safeguarding Children e-learning prior to coming on this course (see additional information under full details), or a similar Safeguarding Children awareness course within your own organisation.
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LCS Search and View is a half day of training for East Sussex County Council users to familiarise themselves with the Children’s Liquid Logic platform. This course is designed to show you how to navigate Liquid Logic, find clients and view case data and includes viewing scanned images held within ECaseFile.
This course is for anyone joining an ESCC team that uses LCS or EHM whether to view client data or input data into the system.
As a new staff member your manager must request that a Liquid Logic account is created for you before attending this course. When the account is created you will receive an e-mail invitation to book onto this course. Existing users are welcome to book if they wish to refresh their skills.
You must complete this training in order to be able to access the LIVE system. The trainer will activate your account on attendance.Essential Information
This live interactive virtual classroom training, delivered over two consecutive half days, will support practitioners to undertake high quality child centred assessments that are informed by evidence and focused on achieving best outcomes for children. Delegates are also expected to attend an in-house half day follow up workshop to explore how they have applied the learning in practice. Delegates should book a place on CWB416 on 28 February 2022, CWB417 on 1 March 2022 or CWB418 on 2 March 2022- see "Additional Information".
Important note. Please see "Additional Information" for joining instructions.Essential Information
SharePoint is a half day of training for East Sussex County Council users to familiarise themselves with the SharePoint platform.
This course is for anyone joining an ESCC team that uses Sharepoint libraries to store team information and who has not used Sharepoint before. The course will also cover managing your own Onedrive site used for storing personal documentation.
Inform and update governors on current local and national issues relating to schools and the work of the Governing Board. A school to school approach, combined with the increased focus on school governance, will require governing boards to consider how all governors can work collectively, not just in their own schools, but across the wider ‘governor community’. The forums will facilitate governor networking and information gathering through high quality presentations that facilitate discussion and information sharing among peers.
This is a follow on course to the IR35 eLearning, giving learners the opportunity to explore the different criteria used in the assessment tool, giving them the opportunity to discuss practical examples in a group setting.Essential Information
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