Training

Blackburn with Darwen LSAB advocates multi-agency training and ongoing professional development as a fundamental element of a safe, effective and skilled workforce.

Everyone shares a responsibility for safeguarding, protecting and promoting the welfare of vulnerable adults, irrespective of individual roles. Nevertheless, in order that organisations and practitioners collaborate effectively, it is vital that all partners who work with adults are aware of, and appreciate, the role that each of them play, especially in times of austerity.

Research (Carpenter et al, 2009) has shown that inter-agency training is highly effective in helping professionals understand their respective roles and responsibilities, the procedures of each agency involved in safeguarding adults and in developing a shared understanding of assessment and decision-making practices.

Furthermore, the opportunity to learn together is greatly valued; participants report increased confidence in working with colleagues from other agencies and greater mutual respect.

 

2017/2018  Safeguarding Training Opportunities

This framework has been developed for all staff (paid and unpaid) from all statutory, voluntary and independent agencies across Blackburn and Darwen. The important issue is that people are appraised, and trained, based on their roles relating to safeguarding children, young people and adults at risk.

It is the aim of the Local Safeguarding Children Board (LSCB) and Local Safeguarding Adult Board (LSAB) to commission and provide high quality training in a safe and reflective learning environment which ensures that the key outcomes for multi-agency work to safeguard, protect and promote the welfare of children, young people and adults at risk.

All the learning and development opportunities you find in this training programme focus on supporting those working at various levels of responsibility for safeguarding. The training is aimed to equip all staff with the knowledge and skills required to operate safely, competently and effectively in partnership with other agencies.

Click the link below to download the Training Programme:

Training Programme 2017-18

 

 

Please click below to book onto a course.

Book onto a Course

To secure a place on any course, simply use the following link which will direct you to the new electronic booking portal.  This is a very easy to use site which will enable you to choose which course you require and book on at the click of a button.  You will also be able to cancel any courses and see how many places are left on any course.  Should you have any problems please contact our Training Administration Team who will b happy to assist you.

 

Safeguarding Training Administrator

Workforce Development

Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council

J Floor, Tower Block

King William Street

Blackburn

BB1 7DY

E-mail :    coursebookings@blackburn.gov.uk

We cannot accept bookings by telephone.

For general enquiries please call 01254 585927

Safeguarding Adult Workbook

This Workbook is designed to be used as a training aid for people who work with vulnerable adults. Please click on the link below to access the workbook

LSAB Safeguarding Adults Workbook 2016

 

Please click below to access the Safeguarding Competency Passport

Safeguarding Passport 2016

Inspire Drugs and Alcohol Training Programme

Please find below the new drugs and alcohol training programme designed and delivered by Inspire Integrated Prevention and Recovery Service.

Drugs and alcohol everyone’s business and it is recognise that there is a wealth of service and community knowledge which can be built upon to help Blackburn with Darwen to be a safer and healthier place in which to live and work. The training aims to provide delegates with the key skills and knowledge, to be able to support and signpost those in the community who find themselves at risk of developing problems with drugs or alcohol.

The below training booklet provides details of course which are currently available to free for staff and volunteers working within Blackburn with Darwen, and an application form is attached within the training programme:

BwDInspire Training Prog Jan – March18

Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Training and Resource

Please find below a link to the Modern Slavery Awareness and Victim Identification Guidance, produced by the Home Office. This covers questions including ‘what is modern slavery’, ‘the law’ and ‘types of modern slavery’. The guidance also includes some case studies. To view the document, please click on the link below:

HO_Modern_Slavery_Awareness_Booklet

Please also find below a link to the Government’s Modern Slavery training resource page:

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/modern-slavery-training-resource-page/modern-slavery-training-resource-page

Child Sexual Exploitation

Please find below a link to an approved Department of Health online learning resource: Combating Child Sexual Exploitation for Health Professionals.

It contains key learning and messages in relation to CSE and for non-health professionals can be utilised until the Boards Sexual Abuse and CSE online learning course is available

https://www.brook.org.uk/our-work/cse-e-learning-tool

Online Learning Training on Prevent

This online learning package offers an introduction to the Prevent duty, and explains how it aims to safeguarding vulnerable people from being radicalised to supporting terrorism or becoming terrorists themselves. The course is around 45 minutes long, and addresses all forms of terrorism and non-violent extremism, including far right wing and Islamist extremism threatening the UK. The course has been developed by HM Government following consultation with a range of individuals and organisations. It has benefitted from the Feedback of teachers, local authority officials, community-based groups, youth workers and many others. To access this online learning course, please click on the link below:

https://www.elearning.prevent.homeoffice.gov.uk/

 

Prevent Duty: catalogue of training courses

This catalogue has been produced by the Home Office to highlight some of the training courses to help individuals covered by the requirements of the Prevent Duty, contained in Section 26 of the Counter-Terrorism and Security Act 2015. The courses within this catalogue aim to support frontline staff in increasing their understanding and awareness of radicalisation and how it can be prevented. To access this, please click on the link below:

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/prevent-duty-catalogue-of-training-courses

 

Channel General Awareness Online Learning

This online learning course includes information on how Channel links to the government’s counter-terrorism strategy (CONTEST) through the Prevent strategy. It also provides guidance on how to identify people who may be vulnerable to radicalisation and how to refer them into the Channel programme.

There are case studies to help  you understand the process of identifying and referring vulnerable individuals, in addition to providing them with support, and provides you with a fundamental understanding of Channel. It takes approximately 25 minutes to complete and you need to click on all the boxes/numbers to complete fully and you can print off a certificate when finished.

See below link, copy and paste this into your internet browser if CTRL+click does not work.

http://course.ncalt.com/Channel_General_Awareness