Working With Families Affected By Substance Misuse
This course is delivered by experienced staff from the organisation `Change Grow Live/Eclypse` who offer support to young people and families affected by drugs or alcohol in Manchester.
The MSP offers free Multi-agency training programme to practitioners and volunteers who work with children and or their families in Manchester. Our training offer includes face to face and online training to assist practitioners understand their roles and responsibilities and create a shared understanding of assessment and decision making practices. The MSP do not deliver single agency training.
MSP Vision “Every Child in Manchester is safe, happy, healthy and successful. To achieve this we will: be child-centred; listen to and respond to children and young people; focus on strengths and resilience and; take early action"
Adults at Risk of Abuse - Includes “Living a life that is free from harm, abuse and neglect is a fundamental human right of every person. When abuse does take place, it needs to be dealt with swiftly, effectively by professionals working together and in ways that are proportionate to the issues.
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The MSP provides access to free face to face and online learning to multi-agency professionals who work with children or their families in Manchester. The MSP does not deliver training to individual organisations/schools/agencies as our duty is to provide multi agency training. Please note we cannot recommend any private training organisation nor do we hold a list of recommended trainers.
This is a half day training course which aims to raise awareness of Forced Marriage and Honour Based Violence in order to improve appropriate response on recognition
This is a full days training course. To raise awareness regarding the impact of substance misuse on the continued well-being of children and young people.
This is a full days training course to explore attitudes, values & existing knowledge about mental health including depression, anxiety, eating disorders, autism, personality disorder and psychosis.
Do you know someone who is caring for somebody else’s child? Do you need to know more about Private Fostering? This half day briefing aims to raise awareness of Private Fostering, how this impacts children and how practitioners should respond.
You should attend this course if you are in contact with children and young people and with adults who are parents or carers. This course covers the mandatory requirements of basic awareness training required for all those working with children and young people. You will need to complete this course or an approved basic safeguarding course to qualify for other MSP courses.
Domestic Violence and Abuse is prevalent across all areas in Manchester and Nationwide and is a common theme in many Serious Case Reviews. Two women a week in the UK die as a result of Domestic Violence and Abuse. Please apply for this course if you work with children and/or their families in Manchester and/or need to understand the Manchester strategy on DV&A.
One hour briefings will be arranged when a Serious Case Review is due to be published and/or when learning needs to be shared with our partner agencies and organisations. These are aimed at anyone who works with children and their families in Manchester and who will have some responsibility in cascading the learning back within their agency or organisation. Learning packs will be made available.
This is a two hour briefing aimed at Managers and leaders working in the children’s workforce who have responsibility for managing allegations against adults who work with children or nominated safeguarding leads. The briefing aims to ensure that all participants understand the statutory guidance relating to the management of allegations against adults who work with children.
This half day course is delivered by Child Bereavement UK. Their training is based on learning from bereaved families, helping professionals to understand the needs of distressed families and children, and how appropriate support can have positive benefits. Bereavement UK advise this course is not usually suited to anyone who has suffered a recent, significant personal loss or bereavement
The Manchester Safeguarding Partnership do not deliver this training which is aimed at Schools. Please contact the Learning and Events Team within Manchester City Council on 0161 227 3573 or email firstname.lastname@example.org who organise this training
MCC are committed to supporting partner agencies who undertake Early Help Assessments (EHA).A EHA e-learning course is now available and currently free of charge to partners.
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The MSP provides access to free face to face and online learning to multi-agency professionals who work with children or their families in Manchester. The MSP does not deliver training to individual organisations/schools/agencies as our duty is to provide multi agency training.
Please note we cannot recommend....
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