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Who can attend the training?

Our training is open to anyone who works or volunteers with children, families or adults with care and support needs, in the Rochdale borough. The training courses are not open to applications from the general public.

Professionals or volunteers in other local authority areas should access training provided by their local safeguarding board/partnership.

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Charges / Cancellation / Non-attendance Charges  

Rochdale Borough Safeguarding Partnership's Multi Agency training sessions are free of charge but it is essential that instances of non-attendance are kept to a minimum. Therefore, any delegates who fail to attend a session or fail to give notice of cancellation will incur a charge of
 - £25 for one hour briefings
 - £50 for half day courses
 - £100 for full day courses

Unless there are exceptional circumstances. 

Please note: charges apply to both face-to-face training and virtual (on-line) training.

To check a booking or cancel a place, please contact RBSB.admin@rochdale.gov.uk

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Child to Parent Violence & Abuse awareness (Break4Change)

Date: 29 Sep 2020

Code: VIRTUAL 4

Length: AM

Description: Rochdale BC employees interested in CPVA can access a 30miniute awareness session via their MeLearning Platform. Simply type in “Child to Parent Violence & Abuse Awareness Session” in your MeLearning account: During the period of COVID19 restrictions lots of families are spending far more time together than they normally would which may lead to an increase in family conflict and possibility Child to Parent Violence & Abuse. This multi-agency online awareness session has been developed for during COVID19 to hopefully give you a greater understanding of this issue, provide you with some practical steps you can take to support families experiencing CPVA and also provide details around support we are offering during these restrictions when physical group interventions like our Break4Change programme cannot be run as they usually are.


Parental Conflict Relationship Champion Practitioner Training

Date: 01 Oct 2020

Code: PART 1

Length: AM

Description: This training programme for multi-agency front line practitioners from, designed to help raise parents’ awareness of the impact of conflict on their children and give them the skills to tackle their disagreements in a healthy way. This is an evidence-based course with a strong emphasis on the parental relationship whether they are living together or not. It raises parents’ awareness of the impact of conflict on their children and gives them the skills to tackle their disagreements in a way that reduces the impact on any children living in the same house. Helping adults understand how to reduce the potentially harmful effects of conflict on their children is an essential ingredient in improving child outcomes. This training course is ideal for anyone working with families/couples. It is not designed to be an intervention to deal with domestic violence and abuse. It is about supporting parents/couples/partners to help them resolve their arguments in a more effective way. After completion of the training practitioners will receive with a practical toolkit which they will be able to use to support families in their everyday work. The training will be delivered in two parts (part one and part two) via Zoom. You will need to complete part one prior to attending part two. Both part one and two will need to be completed in order to receive your certificate, relationship champion badge and toolkit. In part one we will cover some theory, why parents argue, some of the common triggers and we will start to look at the toolkit and practice using some of the tools, there will be lots of opportunities to get involved in group exercises. Part two we will continue to practice using the tools in more detail and learn how these tools and strategies can support parents to resolve their conflict constructively. Both sessions are 2 hours.


Parental Conflict Relationship Champion Practitioner Training

Date: 01 Oct 2020

Code: PART 2

Length: PM

Description: This training programme for multi-agency front line practitioners from, designed to help raise parents’ awareness of the impact of conflict on their children and give them the skills to tackle their disagreements in a healthy way. This is an evidence-based course with a strong emphasis on the parental relationship whether they are living together or not. It raises parents’ awareness of the impact of conflict on their children and gives them the skills to tackle their disagreements in a way that reduces the impact on any children living in the same house. Helping adults understand how to reduce the potentially harmful effects of conflict on their children is an essential ingredient in improving child outcomes. This training course is ideal for anyone working with families/couples. It is not designed to be an intervention to deal with domestic violence and abuse. It is about supporting parents/couples/partners to help them resolve their arguments in a more effective way. After completion of the training practitioners will receive with a practical toolkit which they will be able to use to support families in their everyday work. The training will be delivered in two parts (part one and part two) via Zoom. You will need to complete part one prior to attending part two. Both part one and two will need to be completed in order to receive your certificate, relationship champion badge and toolkit. In part one we will cover some theory, why parents argue, some of the common triggers and we will start to look at the toolkit and practice using some of the tools, there will be lots of opportunities to get involved in group exercises. Part two we will continue to practice using the tools in more detail and learn how these tools and strategies can support parents to resolve their conflict constructively. Both sessions are 2 hours.


MCA DOLS Seminar

Date: 08 Oct 2020

Code: MCAD 0013 (Virtu

Length: PM

Description: This course will enable participants to improve their awareness of the Mental Capacity Act and the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards. This seminar is appropriate for all professionals working with adults who lack or may lack capacity in the health and social care sectors and who may therefore be at risk of abuse or neglect.


Child to Parent Violence & Abuse awareness (Break4Change)

Date: 27 Oct 2020

Code: VIRTUAL 5

Length: AM

Description: Rochdale BC employees interested in CPVA can access a 30miniute awareness session via their MeLearning Platform. Simply type in “Child to Parent Violence & Abuse Awareness Session” in your MeLearning account: During the period of COVID19 restrictions lots of families are spending far more time together than they normally would which may lead to an increase in family conflict and possibility Child to Parent Violence & Abuse. This multi-agency online awareness session has been developed for during COVID19 to hopefully give you a greater understanding of this issue, provide you with some practical steps you can take to support families experiencing CPVA and also provide details around support we are offering during these restrictions when physical group interventions like our Break4Change programme cannot be run as they usually are.


Self Neglect and Hoarding Briefing

Date: 16 Nov 2020

Code: Virtual 2

Length: PM

Description: This briefing will raise awareness of the nature and possible causes of self-neglect and the emotional attachments inherent in hoarding. This course is suitable for all practitioners that work with people who may neglect themselves or hoard. Please note: this is a shortened version of our day-long Self Neglect and Hoarding course.


MCA DOLS Seminar

Date: 18 Nov 2020

Code: Virtual 2

Length: PM

Description: This course will enable participants to improve their awareness of the Mental Capacity Act and the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards. This seminar is appropriate for all professionals working with adults who lack or may lack capacity in the health and social care sectors and who may therefore be at risk of abuse or neglect.


Provider Safeguarding Responsibilities (Adult)

Date: 18 Nov 2020

Code: VIRTUAL 1

Length: AM

Description: The Care Act 2014 specifies that when abuse or neglect of an adult is suspected and requires an enquiry, Adult Care may request that this enquirer is undertaken by the organisation concerned. This course will explain the circumstances under which this may occur, the actions to be undertaken by the agency at each stage of the process and where to get advice and guidance. This course is suitable for employers and managers who have safeguarding responsibilities in relation to adults with care and support needs.


Allegations Management (Adults)

Date: 20 Nov 2020

Code: VIRTUAL 02

Length: PM

Description: The Allegations Management process for adult services helps employers and leaders of voluntary groups deal effectively and professionally with any allegations made against their employees or volunteers. The Allegations Management training explains the thresholds for when the process should be used, explains your employer or group leader responsibilities and the actions that should be taken, as well as giving details of how the system works once a report is made and the involvement of other agencies such as the police. The Allegations Management training also covers the Safer Working Practices guidelines. These have been produced to help practitioners establish the safest possible working environments which safeguard individuals and reduce the risk of being falsely accused of improper or unprofessional conduct. The course is recommended for employers in adult services and leaders of groups who work with adults with care and support needs.

Safeguarding Adults Click here to access the Safeguarding Adults Board