Frontline staff are invited to a special one-off lunch and learn session to find out more about the Freedom Programme in Rochdale.
Have you booked your place yet?
Please discuss with your manager which are going to be most beneficial for you in line with the agreed development priorities from your PDR and book your place via CSpracticeweek@rochdale.gov.uk
Exclusively for Rochdale practitioners, The Proud trust have full day training courses to promote greater understanding of LGBT+ identities, how to make your organisation more inclusive, and meet your legal duties.
For more information or to book a place follow the link below
The next meeting of the Rochdale Borough Community Safeguarding Forum will take place in Number One Riverside on Thursday 28th September from 5.30 to 7.30
Register for 'Complex Safeguarding: Promoting good practice and positive outcomes in Rochdale', via the Multi Agency training page on the RBSCB website.
RAPS training available in May and June. To reserve a place please email Selina.email@example.com or ring 01706 927084. Please include your name, designation and service in your email.
Letter from Jane Booth, Independent Chair, regarding the BBC Docu-drama – Three Girls.
Child L Serious Case Review Briefings will be delivered on 18th, 19th, 22nd, 23rd and 24th May. Book your place now.
First meeting on 23rd March at Number One Riverside
Safeguarding Children With Disabilities Course has now been added to this years training calendar
There are still some places available on RBSCB training courses taking place in September
The RBSCB held a CSE awareness event for practitioners on 3rd July 2015
Sunday 7th June 3pm-6pm
The theme for Child Safety Week 1st – 7th June is ‘Teatime Terrors‘
There are still some places available on RBSCB training courses for June 2015
Project Phoenix is holding a child sexual exploitation awareness day targeted at parents throughout Greater Manchester
RBSCB & RBSAB invite representatives from local Faith Groups to meeting on the 13th May to discuss progress and priorities of safeguarding within the borough
The RBSCB 2015-2016 training programme is now available.
The DfE has updated the Working Together to Safeguard Children guidance and their 'What to do if you're worried a child is being abused' guidance.
The RBSCB are running a CSA & CSE training course for managers on the 23rd February 2015 from 13.00-17.00.
There are still some places available on the following courses/seminars taking place in March 2015
Throughout January the RBSCB will be running a programme events to raise awareness of the work the Board carries out.
The winter edition of the RBSCB newsletter is now available to download
There are still places available for the following RBSCB courses & seminars in December & January
The RBSCB are holding multi-agency Children’s Needs & Response Framework Update sessions in October & November
Places Still Available On All Sessions!
Multi-Agency briefing - Care Planning and Reviews for Cared for Children
The Rochdale Borough Children & Young People's Partnership are hosting a multi-agency welcome event on hte 19th November for new staff working children & young people in the borough.
Places still available for the seminar on Tuesday 7th October
RBSCB are running 3 briefing session to launch the new managing missing children strategy see attahced advert for more details
To support the launch of the Rochdale Borough Neglect Strategy RBSCB are hosting a one day Multi-Agency Neglect Conference aimed at front line practitioners and their managers.
The RBSCB has published the serious case reviews into child sexual exploitation in Rochdale
Rochdale Borough Safeguarding Children Board has published the Overview Report of it's latest Serious Case Review ( SCR) into an unexplained death of a baby.
Voice of the Child is a film commissioned by the Greater Manchester Safeguarding Partnership in which young people share their experiences, describing how professionals could improve the help they give and the beneficial difference a good adult worker can make.
The Guidance which details how agencies should work together to safeguard and promote the welfare of Children was revised by the Government in March 2013.
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