Welcome to the Safeguarding Children & Adult Partnerships’ programme of workshops for the Spring Term 2022. Workshops are suitable for practitioners and managers alike, we have a variety of times and dates and all workshops are online to fit around your practice. Below is a summary – you’ll find the flyer with dates, times and more details in the title link.
Don’t miss Focus on FASD – this training has received fantastic reviews from those working in children and adult services and will be available for a limited time only.
We continue to run workshops on Trauma Informed Practice, Safe and Together, Professional Curiosity and Signs of Safety Briefing for Partner Agencies. Sheffield Young Carers and Sheffield Carer’s Centre are again collaborating to bring us a fantastic insight into the lives of carers and how we can best support them in Understanding the Needs of Young Carers and Adult Carers. These workshops are about current and best practice in Sheffield and are applicable across agencies and services.
You have chance to gain a City and Guilds qualification and greater understanding of a harm that needs to be talked about more in Young People’s Gambling Harm Prevention Programme delivered in a collaboration between YGAM and GamCare.
Also, if you haven’t yet attended the Safeguarding and Online Safety workshop then don’t miss this one – it is a chance to learn how young people use the online space and how best to protect them in it.
In addition to the Safe and Together workshop further training about Domestic Abuse will be delivered by IDAS on behalf of the Safeguarding Partnership. This take the form of two workshops; one looking at Healthy Relationships and the other considering Coercive Control.
South Yorkshire Police are delivering two workshops looking at Modern Day Slavery and the National Referral Mechanism for identifying and referring victims. This is relevant to anyone who may come into contact with people who are being or are at risk of being exploited.
If you want to know more about services and groups that support moms, dads and other carers to build and maintain good relationships with their children then come along to hear about the work of Sheffield Parent Hub.
We also have two brand new workshops being delivered for the first time. Hidden Harm will explore how substance misuse, mental ill health and domestic abuse often interact, the impact this has on the family and how you can support change. Recognising and Responding to Harmful Sexual Behaviour will support all practitioners to use the Hackett model to understand sexual behaviour in young people and feel confident about responding.
We look forward to seeing you there.
Diocese of Hallam
Hallam Pastoral Centre
St Charles Street