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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-EASNE Adult Self Neglect

Self-neglect can be difficult to recognise, and it can also be difficult to know how to help. It's important to know the signs and symptoms of self-neglect and hoarding, and how to respond. We’ll be exploring these areas in this course, as well as recognising when you should be concerned about an individual and understanding Safeguarding Adult Reviews.

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).

Code: M-ECSE2 Child Sexual Exploitation level 2

Child Sexual Exploitation level 2 - eLearning

Code: M-EDOLS DOLS

This e-learning package describes the main elements of the DOLS.

Code: M-EDA Domestic Abuse and Intimate Partner Violence

Domestic Abuse and Intimate Partner Violence eLearning

Code: M-EESAF E safety risk

E safety risk eLearning

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. This course explains how carers and families can help when they suspect someone may have an eating disorder and what treatments are currently available.

Code: M-EFGME 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. It constitutes child abuse and causes physical, psychological and sexual harm, which can be severely disabling. Protecting children and mothers from FGM is everybody’s business. This course will increase your understanding of the issues surrounding Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). It will also help you handle situations appropriately where FGM has occurred or might occur.

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

Gangs and Youth Violence eLearning

Code: M-EHCX Hate Crime

Hate Crime Elearning

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 Slavery

Human Trafficking and Slavery eLearning

Code: M-EMCA Mental Capacity Act 2005

This e-learning package describes the main elements of the Act.

Code: M-ENEG Neglect

Neglect - eLearning

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-EPF Private Fostering

Private Fostering E-Learning

Code: M-SGAFWK Safeguarding Adults Framework E-learning

Introductory e-learning for Suffolk Safeguarding Adults Framework.

Code: M-ESA1 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-EPREV Safeguarding against Radicalisation - Prevent

Safeguarding against radicalisation - Prevent eLearning

Code: M-ESC1 Safeguarding Children Level 1

Safeguarding Children Level 1 eLearning

Code: M-ESC23A Safeguarding Children Training Group 2 3 To replace face to face training as interim measure during Covid 19 (V3a)

Safeguarding Children Level 2-3 Interim E-Learning

 

Code: M-ESCD Safeguarding Children with disabilities

Safeguarding Children with disabilities eLearning

Code: M-ESELF Self Harm

Self Harm eLearning

Code: M-ESMVDA Supporting Male Victims of 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