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Code: M-EARBW Abuse Related to a Belief in Witchcraft

The course will help you identify children at risk of witchcraft abuse - which will, in turn, help you to protect them from their abusers.

Code: M-EASN Adult Self Neglect

Code: M-ESUPCON04 Basic Paediatric First Aid Awareness (Supervised Contact)

This eLearning is for any professionals involved with Supervised Contact in Suffolk, including all Early Help Family Support Practitioners. The eLearning covers:

  • Why basic paediatric first aid advice is offered
  • What first aid is
  • Choking
  • Head injuries
  • CPR
  • The recovery position

Code: M-ESUPCON02 Child Car Seat Safety (Supervised Contact)

This eLearning is for any professionals involved with Supervised Contact in Suffolk, including all Early Help Family Support Practitioners. The eLearning covers:

  • UK Law
  • Who’s responsible
  • How to fit a seat safely
  • Information about older children
  • Useful links and additional information

Code: M-ECSE1 Child Sexual Exploitation - Level 1

The course has been designed to help anyone who works with children and young people safeguard them from Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE).

 

In this course you will learn what CSE is and learn about CSE from the perspective of the offenders and the victims. You will also learn about key role mobile and internet technology plays in CSE and about the differences between gang and group CSE.

 

This course is made up of six modules:

  1. What is Child Sexual Exploitation?
  2. Offender Behaviour
  3. The Victims of Child Sexual Exploitation
  4. The Warning Signs of Child Sexual Exploitation
  5. Child Sexual Exploitation and the Role of the Internet and Social Media
  6. Child Sexual Exploitation in Gangs and Groups

Code: M-ECSE2 Child Sexual Exploitation - Level 2

The course has been designed to help people who have a statutory duty to safeguard children to know the law in relation to Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) and to know how to record a CSE risk assessment. 

You will also learn some essential CSE practice principles and intervention strategies. 

 

The course is made up of 3 modules:

 

  1. The Law and Victim Support
  2. Risk Assessment and Intervention
  3. Roles and Responsibilities

Code: M-EDOLS Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS)

The Mental Capacity Act: Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards procedure (MCA DoLS) provides the legal framework to prevent unlawful deprivation of liberty occurring to particular vulnerable people living in hospitals or care homes.

Code: M-EDA Domestic Abuse and Intimate Partner Violence

In this course you will learn who is at risk and how the law can help. You will also learn about domestic abuse from the perspective of both the victim and the perpetrator.

This course is intended for victims and perpetrators of domestic abuse and anyone who needs to learn about domestic abuse as part of the job role.

Code: M-EED Eating Disorders

This awareness course gives an insightful overview to eating disorders. It describes the physical and psychological symptoms of anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorder, and the possible causes of these mental illnesses. 

Code: M-EFGM Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)

Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) is violence against female children and women, a serious public health hazard, and a human rights issue.

Code: M-EFWFC Fire Warden for Care

Being a Fire Warden in the care industry is a very important role. This engaging, interactive course will help you to understand your responsibilities and legal duties of being a Fire Warden in the healthcare sector.

Code: M-EGYV Gangs and Youth Violence

This course is uses interactive screens, real-life cases, quotes, and scenarios, as well as thought-provoking questions designed to keep the learner engaged all the way through the course.

Code: M-EHC Hate Crime

This course will provide an awareness of what a hate crime and hate incident is and how prevalent hate crimes are. You will learn who the victims and perpetrators are, what effect hate crimes have on a person, and what the current challenges are. This course will introduce you to the law around hate crime and how to respond to an incident.

Code: M-EHBVFME Honour Based Violence and Forced Marriage

This course will increase your understanding of the issues surrounding 'honour-based' violence and forced marriage. It will also help you handle situations appropriately where this abuse has occurred or might occur.

Code: M-EHTS Human Trafficking and Modern Day Slavery

Discover what modern day slavery and human trafficking looks like, with this comprehensive collection of courses. You will also learn about child trafficking and slavery, how to spot the signs of modern slavery and what you should do. 

Code: M-EMCA Mental Capacity Act

The Mental Capacity Act aims to protect people who may be unable to make some decisions for themselves because of, for example, dementia, learning disabilities or mental health problems.

The Act co-ordinates and simplifies the law about the care and treatment of people who lack capacity. 
This e-learning package describes the main elements of the Act.

Code: M-ENEG Neglect

Neglect is the persistent failure to meet a child’s basic physical and / or psychological needs, likely to result in the serious impairment of the child’s health or development. This three part course provides an overview, so you can learn the signs and symptoms of neglect and what to do if you suspect neglect, an exercise and scenarios section, and a quiz section.

Code: M-ESUPCON03 Observing Parent-Child Interactions (Supervised Contact)

This eLearning is for any professionals involved with Supervised Contact in Suffolk, including all Early Help Family Support Practitioners. The eLearning covers [1] What is the Assessment Framework Triangle? [2] What is Parenting Capacity? [3] What are the five elements of Parenting Capacity we focus on when supervising contact? [4] What are the Principles of Attunement? [5] Observing parent-child interactions (video sequences and activity).

Code: M-EESAF Online Safety – Risks to Children

Most children use the Internet positively but they can sometimes behave in ways that may place themselves at risk. Knowing the potential risks and being able to encourage responsible and safe use of the internet is vital to help safeguard children online.

Code: M-EPF Private Fostering

Private Fostering E-Learning

Code: M-SGAFWK Safeguarding Adults Framework

Introductory e-learning for Suffolk Safeguarding Adults Framework.

Code: M-ESA1-X1 Safeguarding Adults Level 1 (2021). (Essential to role)

The course will give you the skills and knowledge required to identify and respond to concerns, disclosures and allegations of abuse and substandard practice.

Code: M-ESA1 Safeguarding Adults Level 1 (Essential to role)

The course will give you the skills and knowledge required to identify and respond to concerns, disclosures and allegations of abuse and substandard practice.The course will also enable you to learn about prevention and proportionate interventions, and the dangers of risk adverse practice and the importance of upholding human rights.This course complies with Level 1 Social Care and Levels 1 & 2 Healthcare.

Code: M-EPREV Safeguarding against radicalisation - Prevent

This course is Home Office accredited and approved.

Prevent is the Government’s strategy to stop people becoming involved in violent extremism or supporting terrorism. Channel is an early intervention multi-agency process designed to safeguard vulnerable people from being drawn into violent extremist or terrorist behaviour.

Code: M-ESC1 Safeguarding Children (Level 1)

This course will help to ensure that all people working with or who have contact with children and young people are equipped to carry out their safeguarding responsibilities effectively.

Code: M-ESC23A Safeguarding Children Training Group 2 3

This course is a group 2 – 3 category as outlined within ‘the competency does matter document’. It supports members of the workforce who are new to role or acts as a 3 year refresher for Safeguarding Children.  

 

Code: M-ESCD Safeguarding Children with Disabilities

Many of us find it hard to understand how anyone could abuse any child, let alone a child with disabilities. Yet this refusal to accept the abuse of disabled children often means that practitioners disregard the signs of abuse, therefore allowing the abuse to continue.

This course is intended for all children’s workforce practitioners, i.e. all staff who work with children, young people and their families.

Code: M-ESELF Self Harm

Child and adolescent psychiatrists have seen an alarming increase in cases of self-harm in young people - it has been estimated that about 1 in 10 young people will self-harm at some point. This insightful course covers the subject from a variety of angles. You will learn the risk factors, the common reasons why somebody might self-harm, and how to respond when you suspect someone may be self-harming. It also discusses how to approach the issue in schools and how healthcare professionals can feel prepared to help the young people they come into contact with.

Code: M-ESMVDA Supporting Male Victims of Domestic Abuse

This course is intended for anyone who needs to learn about domestic abuse.

Code: M-ESUPCON06 Supporting Parents' Learning (Supervised Contact)

This eLearning is for any professionals involved with Supervised Contact in Suffolk, including all Early Help Family Support Practitioners. The eLearning covers 

  • The key messages parents need to be ware of 
  • The expectations of the Suffolk supervised contact service
  • Helping parents access information and learn
  • Limits of sharing contact notes and taking a flexible approach
  • The importance of offering feedback to parents and a time to reflect on their contacts
  • Different ways to feedback and offer guidance
  • The use of visual aids to offer guidance and feedback

Code: M-ESUPCON05 Understand the Legal Framework and Recording Skills (Supervised Contact)

This eLearning is for any professionals involved with Supervised Contact in Suffolk, including all Early Help Family Support Practitioners. The eLearning covers:

  • Who is involved in Family Court
  • What do the Court Orders mean
  • Who sees contact notes
  • Elements to include and avoid when recording contact notes
  • The importance of reflection
  • Body Map
  • Reporting to Social Workers

Code: M-ESUPCON07 Working in Partnership (Supervised Contact)

This eLearning is for any professionals involved with Supervised Contact in Suffolk, including all Early Help Family Support Practitioners. The eLearning covers:

  • What to do when assigned a contact
  • The supervised contact Buddy system
  • Contacting parents prior to their 1st contact
  • The role of and working with foster carers
  • Experiences of supervised contact for children in Suffolk
  • Supporting children prior to their 1st contact
  • Guidance and advice during contact
  • Responding to angry or upset parents in contact
  • Responding to threatening or abusive parents in contact
  • Preparing for and supporting ‘final / goodbye’ contacts