November 2018 Safeguarding Seminar

safeguarding training LADO
 
timings - 9am arrival, 9.15 - 11 LADO, 11-1115 break, 1115-1200 My Concern
Friday 9th November
B22, Beacon Place, Victoria, Roche, PL26 8LG
 
9am - 12pm
9am Arrival, Tea & Coffee
9.15am - 11.00am LADO
11.00am - 11.15am Coffee break
11.15am - 12.00pm Record keeping in a safeguarding context
 
This seminar will only run in the morning rather than morning and afternoon as previously advertised. 
 
This seminar is for CAPH members only and is free to attend.  Contact michelle@caph.org.uk to book places.  Please provide: name, job role, email contact.

Seminar programme

Session 1 Allegations against Staff; how to handle them and how to reduce the risk of them

LADO Workshop for the Education Sector, facilitated by the LADO Service for Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly

Topics covered:

  • What school and college staff should know and do to manage allegations against staff;
  • How to involve the LADO;
  • How to build a safer organisation and apply expected behaviours; 
  • How to record and learn from any safeguarding incidents.

Facilitators: Justine Hosking and Annabel Timmins who will provide a mixture of presentations and case studies

Session 2 Beginning With The End in Mind

A presentation on the importance of record-keeping within a safeguarding context and what practitioners need to be thinking about if they are asked to give evidence in legal proceedings.

The session will include the following topics:-

  • Systems and processes that support effective record-keeping;
  • Best practice in the recording of safeguarding information;
  • Storing and sharing records and the implications of GDPR;
  • Preparing to give evidence in legal proceedings;
  • Top tips in giving evidence.

The session will be delivered by Mike Glanville who is the Director of Safeguarding Services with One Team Logic Ltd.

Mike is a former senior police officer with 30 years’ experience and an extensive background in the investigation of child protection cases and the preparation of evidence in criminal proceedings.

T. 01726 212892 E. info@caph.org.uk