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Implementing the Prevent duty and teaching British values

By other at London

THIS EVENT IS CPD CERTIFIED

Guests of Honour

Sophie Taylor, Deputy Director, Due Diligence and Counter Extremism, Department for Education

Geraint Evans HMI, Specialist Advisor, Extremism, Ofsted

Assessing the progress of the Government’s attempts to counter extremism amongst young people, following the introduction of a statutory duty for schools and FE colleges under the Prevent Strategy in September 2015, this seminar will bring together key stakeholders from across the education and local government sectors.

Policymakers and stakeholders will examine the progress to date of the Prevent Strategy in schools and colleges, in light of concerns from the teaching profession regarding the guidance given to schools and the Joint Committee on Human Rights’ Counter-Extremism report, published in July 2016, which called for an independent review of the programme. Attendees will also discuss the role of local authorities in implementing the strategy, as well as the impact so far of Ofsted’s inspection of schools’ counter-extremism arrangements.

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Sexual Exploitation: Safeguarding; the journey to adulthood

By nwg at East Midlands

This symposium will have a focus on working with and safeguarding 16-18 years+ including transition and adults. 

10.00 – 10.30:     Registration, Tea & Coffee.

Welcome, Introductions & National Update; Introduction to the Response Unit and what it offers: Phil Ashford – CSE Response Unit Operational Lead

Findings of NWG report; researching practice responses to safeguarding young people, 16-18 (including through transition and beyond): Steve Baguley, NWG consultant

 

Discussion Zone – Solution focused responses;

Discuss current practice, challenges and solutions to safeguarding 16-18 year olds and beyond, including through transition  

Learning from Audit summary findings and SCR; CSE & Transition Services: Matilda Moss, Business Manager, Buckinghmashire Safeguarding Children Board

 

13:00 – 13:45      Networking Lunch (provided)

 Supporting Young Adults Through Transition and Beyond; including strategy, legislation, case examples & moving on: Samantha Keith, Safeguarding Adults Manager, Newcastle City Council

 Sexual Exploitation transitions project…. First steps in Sheffield; It doesn’t stop because you turn 18: Jo Pass, Sexual Exploitation Transitions Project Researcher, Sheffield

 Resources to take away and next steps; Supporting professionals to protect young people and adults: Steve Baguley, NWG consultant

15:45 – 16:00      AOB, Evaluation and Close

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Sexual Exploitation: Safeguarding; the journey to adulthood

By nwg at East Midlands

This symposium will have a focus on working with and safeguarding 16-18 years+ including transition and adults.

10.00 – 10.30: Registration, Tea & Coffee.

Welcome, Introductions & National Update; Introduction to the Response Unit and what it offers: Phil Ashford – CSE Response Unit Operational Lead

Findings of NWG report; researching practice responses to safeguarding young people, 16-18 (including through transition and beyond): Steve Baguley, NWG consultant

Discussion Zone – Solution focused responses: Discuss current practice, challenges and solutions to safeguarding 16-18 year olds and beyond, including through transition

Learning from Audit summary findings and SCR; CSE & Transition Services: Matilda Moss, Business Manager, Buckinghmashire Safeguarding Children Board

13:00 – 13:45 Networking Lunch (provided)

Supporting Young Adults Through Transition and Beyond; including strategy, legislation, case examples & moving on:Samantha Keith, Safeguarding Adults Manager, Newcastle City Council

Sexual Exploitation transitions project…. First steps in Sheffield; It doesn’t stop because you turn 18: Jo Pass, Sexual Exploitation Transitions Project Researcher, Sheffield

Resources to take away and next steps; Supporting professionals to protect young people and adults: Steve Baguley, NWG consultant

15:45 – 16:00 AOB, Evaluation and Close

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NWG Child Sexual Exploitation Foundation Training

By nwg at East Midlands

This CPD accredited course has been developed with the expertise learnt through the Response Unit leading specialist’s engagement with practitioners from a wide range of disciplines. The course continually updates with the latest understanding through a dynamic engagement with our trainer and Response Unit lead specialists.

This will give delegates enhanced consideration of the latest in depth knowledge and understanding of impacts of Child Sexual Exploitation and associated issues and complexities.

Learning Outcomes

  • Define Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) and articulate its prevalence.
  • Describe the NWG Process of CSE and what happens within the stages of the process.
  • Recognise the various models of CSE.
  • Articulate what they have learnt about perpetrators of CSE.
  • Identify indicators of CSE and vulnerabilities of young people.
  • Understand what consent means and its connection with CSE.
  • Explain the relevance of young people who go missing and understand the risk they face.
  • Appreciate the barriers that young people face when engaging with services and practitioners.
  • Define Human Trafficking and describe each element.
  • Recognise the significance of the Victim Identification Tool (NRM) in supporting victims of trafficking.
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Harmful Sexual Behaviour – Changing the way we see it.

By nwg at East Midlands

Victim research indicates that children and young people displaying harmful sexual behaviour are, themselves, highly likely to be victims. So, is Harmful Sexual Behaviour really that different from Child Sexual Exploitation? What do we know about children’s experiences and what are the implications for future interventions?
Outcomes:

  • Clearer understanding of the crossover between victimhood and offending
  • Understanding HSB behaviours as possible symptoms of developmental impairment
  • Introduction to the Trauma Recovery Model (TRM) and it’s use working with HSB/CSE
  • Understand and practice CPR (consistency, predictability and Reliability)
  • Employing empathy in practice and matching the young person’s vitality of affect
  • Apply TRM thinking to identify a young person’s progress
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Safeguarding Children: Effective Collaboration for Child Protection and Wellbeing

By other at North West

Effective Collaboration for Child Protection and Wellbeing

Safeguarding Children conference will help services and agencies on their journey to be better coordinated and inform practitioners how to create a safer, more consistent approach to protecting and safeguarding children and young people.

 

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Safeguarding Children: Effective Collaboration for Child Protection and Wellbeing

By other at North West

Safeguarding Children conference will help services and agencies on their journey to be better coordinated and inform practitioners how to create a safer, more consistent approach to protecting and safeguarding children and young people.

The conference has been well received across safeguarding teams from across the country and places for the event are becoming limited. We are advising interested individuals to secure their place/s to avoid disappointment and join LSCB members, NHS professionals and charity sector representatives who strive for the same aims and objectives and face the same challenges.

 

The agenda can be found here : http://bit.ly/2nq53Ks

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NWG Working Alongside Parents Forum

By nwg at West Midlands

09:45 – 10:00 Registration, Tea & Coffee.

10:00 – 10:15 CSE Response Unit and parental engagement role update

 10:15 – 11.00 Introductions. What’s working well

11.00 – 11:15 National updates, survey and priorities  

11:15 – 11:30 Refreshment Break

11:30 – 13:00 PACE Updates  

Role of parent liaison officer for improving outcomes for families Parent Action Group – Insights, tools and understanding from parents

for improving practice

13:00 – 13:45 Networking Lunch (Provided)

 13:45 – 14:15 Development of resources for parents          

 14:15 – 15:15 Exploring diversity around working with parents, engagement and supporting parents around missing Denise Lewis, Empower Project Waltham Forest

 15:15 – 15:45 Setting up local parent support groups: positive outcomes for parents Emily Godfrey, PACE

 15:455 -16:00 Next Steps, AOB, Evaluation and Close

 

 

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NWG Members Surgery

By nwg at

The members surgery offers an opportunity for in-depth discussion around any CSE & Human Trafficking issues/concerns/cases/challenges that you may be facing.

Appointments to be made for 1-2 hours for a 1:1/Skype/FaceTime/Conference Telephone consultation with the Specialist Team – this has proved extremely helpful to our network.

Contact wendy@nwgnetwork.org to book a slot

Marginalised Communities and CSE

By nwg at East Midlands

This forum will focus on the complexities of working with young people from various marginalised communities and their families, their vulnerabilities to CSE, overcoming barriers to engagement and delivering solution focused responses, with particular regard to cultural and language

Speakers include:

Danielle Amann Child Sexual Exploitation Development and Outreach Worker (Marginalised Communities Specialism).

The Children’s Society

Gypsy, Roma and Traveller culture and protective factors/vulnerabilities in relation to CSE

Other speakers TBC

 

 

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