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Training of relevance to third sector organisations in Leeds from various providers. Note the quality of training is the responsibility of the providers. Providers can upload relevant courses via their Doing Good Leeds account.

Basic Safeguarding

18 January at 10:00am to 12:30pm, 2017
Provided by Voluntary Action Leeds
Description Aimed at learners who want an introduction to Safeguarding before they take the Level 1, if English is not the first language or they need to understand more about what safeguarding means, this is the pre-course for you.

You will be able to discuss in detail and ask questions about aspects of safeguarding you want to learn more about, or you want to understand it in your own cultural context in a relaxed non threatening environment.
Venue Stringer House
34 Lupton Street, Leeds, LS1 2QW
Learning outcomes Gain an introduction to Safeguarding and understand more about what safeguarding means.
Suitable for Individuals in organisations or small groups who just need a basic safeguarding awareness.
How to book
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Cost (Cost Code B) Val Essentials-£32 3rd Sector-£40 Other-£55
Provided by Hidden Scars
Description

If you would like to know more information about female genital mutilation (FGM) then register and join us.

This event is organized by Hidden Scars.

Payment will go towards venue hire, refreshments, and resources for the event.

For more information about Hidden Scars you can go to: www.hiddenscarsproject.co.uk

Venue Aspire
Aspire 2 Infirmary Street Leeds LS1 2JP
Learning outcomes
Suitable for This is suitable for organisations and individuals that are working in safeguarding. It is also great fro anyone wanting to know more about female genital mutilation.
How to book https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/female-genital-mutilation-fgm-safeguarding-training-tickets-31158043547
Cost £5
Provided by Voluntary Action Leeds
Description

This half day training is for people who may have the ability to identify levels of vulnerability of children and young people, either directly, through work with their families / carers or through the setting in which they work.

This is seen as a minimum requirement for all people working within settings which work with or have regular contact with children and young people. It is recommended that people undertake Refresher Training every 3 years.

Venue Stringer House
34 Lupton Street, Hunslet, Leeds LS10 2QW.
Learning outcomes Gain knowledge of child abuse and neglect including signs and indicators. Learn about the impact of abuse on child development. Understand interagency working to identify, assess and meet the needs of children where there are safeguarding concerns. Learn what to do in response to concerns. Look at this are in depth using local learning from serious case reviews.
Suitable for This is seen as a minimum requirement for all people working within settings which work with or have regular contact with children and young people. It is recommended that people undertake Refresher Training every 3 years.
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Cost VAL Essentials Subscriber £32 - Other Third Sector - £40 Statutory; Commercial - £55
Provided by Voluntary Action Leeds
Description

This half day training is for people who may have the ability to identify levels of vulnerability of children and young people, either directly, through work with their families / carers or through the setting in which they work.

This is seen as a minimum requirement for all people working within settings which work with or have regular contact with children and young people. It is recommended that people undertake Refresher Training every 3 years.

Venue Stringer House
34 Lupton Street, Hunslet, Leeds LS10 2QW.
Learning outcomes Gain knowledge of child abuse and neglect including signs and indicators. Learn about the impact of abuse on child development. Understand interagency working to identify, assess and meet the needs of children where there are safeguarding concerns. Learn what to do in response to concerns. Look at this are in depth using local learning from serious case reviews.
Suitable for This is seen as a minimum requirement for all people working within settings which work with or have regular contact with children and young people. It is recommended that people undertake Refresher Training every 3 years.
How to book https://www.vcconnectsystem.org.uk/VALeedsWebsite/CourseRegAndBookingAuth/Login.aspx?CourseID=861
Cost VAL Essentials Subscriber £32 - Other Third Sector - £40 Statutory; Commercial - £55
Provided by Voluntary Action Leeds
Description

This half day training is for people who may have the ability to identify levels of vulnerability of children and young people, either directly, through work with their families / carers or through the setting in which they work.

This is seen as a minimum requirement for all people working within settings which work with or have regular contact with children and young people. It is recommended that people undertake Refresher Training every 3 years.

Venue Stringer House
34 Lupton Street, Hunslet, Leeds LS10 2QW.
Learning outcomes Gain knowledge of child abuse and neglect including signs and indicators. Learn about the impact of abuse on child development. Understand interagency working to identify, assess and meet the needs of children where there are safeguarding concerns. Learn what to do in response to concerns. Look at this are in depth using local learning from serious case reviews.
Suitable for This is seen as a minimum requirement for all people working within settings which work with or have regular contact with children and young people. It is recommended that people undertake Refresher Training every 3 years.
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Cost VAL Essentials Subscriber £48 - Non Val Essential Subscriber £60
Provided by Voluntary Action Leeds
Description

This half day training is for people who may have the ability to identify levels of vulnerability of children and young people, either directly, through work with their families / carers or through the setting in which they work.

This is seen as a minimum requirement for all people working within settings which work with or have regular contact with children and young people. It is recommended that people undertake Refresher Training every 3 years.

Venue Stringer House
34 Lupton Street, Hunslet, Leeds LS10 2QW.
Learning outcomes Gain knowledge of child abuse and neglect including signs and indicators. Learn about the impact of abuse on child development. Understand interagency working to identify, assess and meet the needs of children where there are safeguarding concerns. Learn what to do in response to concerns. Look at this are in depth using local learning from serious case reviews.
Suitable for This is seen as a minimum requirement for all people working within settings which work with or have regular contact with children and young people. It is recommended that people undertake Refresher Training every 3 years.
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Cost VAL Essentials Subscriber £48 - Non Val Essential Subscriber £60
Provided by Safer Lives
Description To improve the knowledge and confidence of front-line staff and managers in working with the needs of people who have sexual offence convictions or other harmful sexual behaviours.
Venue Quaker Meeting Hall
188 Woodhouse Lane Leeds LS2 9DX
Learning outcomes At the end of this training you will: - Understand what is meant by the term ‘harmful sexual behaviours’, and who is affected by them - Have knowledge of the legal framework that statutory agencies use to manage sex offenders - Have a framework for understanding risk factors relating to harmful sexual behaviours - Have an understanding of what helps clients to live safe lives - Have greater confidence in your abilities to support clients, and be able to understand how to balance this with the potential risks
Suitable for All front-line staff, and their managers, who work with clients who have problematic sexual behaviours.
How to book Please email training@saferlives.com for a booking form or call 07476 683012 for further information.
Cost £75 per delegate
Provided by Safer Lives
Description This is the second running in Leeds of this highly praised and successful one day training event facilitated by Safer Lives. The aim of the training is to improve the confidence and understanding of front-line staff and their managers when working with adults and younger people who have previous sexual offence convictions or who otherwise present with harmful sexual behaviours and risks.

All delegates will receive CPD certificate.

Safer Lives are a Community interest Company with close ties to the criminal justice agencies in West Yorkshire. The event is to be facilitated by our outstanding trainers Rita Ashford and Jenny Greensmith - specialists in the community treatment and management of people with sexual convictions.
Venue Leeds Quaker Meeting House
188 Woodhouse Lane, Leeds LS2 9DX
Learning outcomes An understanding by what is meant by Harmful Sexual Behaviours Understanding risks and needs in this client group The interaction between behaviours, laws, policing, and protective factors Understanding where your role fits with statutory and other services Safer working practices
Suitable for Anyone who, through their work, comes into contact with people who have sexual conviction histories or who are deemed to be a heightened risk of harmful sexual behaviours.
How to book To book a place follow this link where you will find further information and booking forms, and how to contact us.
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Cost £60 for VAL members. Otherwise £75.
Provided by Advonet
Description Can you spare an hour a week to help someone with Autism overcome obstacles and achieve their goals?

We are now recruiting Volunteer Autism Mentors and have places available on our upcoming training on the following dates;

Saturday 27 January 9:30am until 4pm
Saturday 10 February 10am until 4pm
Thursday 15 February 5:30pm until 8:30pm

* Attendance of all the training dates is required

For more information on Mentoring visit leedsautismaim.wordpress.com/our-services/mentoring/
Venue Advonet
Learning outcomes Autism Awareness, Mentoring, Safeguarding and Confidentiality.
Suitable for Some professional or personal knowledge of Autism is required.
How to book Contact owen.walker@advonet.org.uk
Cost Free
Provided by Basis Training and Education
Description This training event explores Trauma and Attachment and how it relates to CSE, including how Trauma and/or Insecure Attachments will manifest relating to CSE victims (those vulnerable to and those actually exploited), whether the Trauma took place in early childhood or has been caused by recent or ongoing sexual exploitation . The course will then build on this knowledge to further explore effective responses based on this understanding. It will also explore the issues of resilience and "resistance" to engage in the context of trauma informed practice for engaging with young people affected by CSE. Finally it will explore the issue the vicarious trauma. 

The course will be delivered by an experienced CSE practitioner and trainer, who is also a counselor. 

The course includes:  
  • Lunch and refreshments during breaks are included
  • Training pack including list of relevant publications
  • Course certificate
Please let us know if you have: 
- limited mobility so we can ensure the best possible location for this training. 
- any specific dietary requirements. 


Please note: refunds will only be available if notice is given 14 days before the event.
Venue Basis Yorkshire
94 North Street Leeds LS2 7PN
Learning outcomes
Suitable for The course is aimed at practitioners with some experience of working with young people who have been affected by child sexual exploitation, as it assumes some knowledge of child sexual exploitation.
How to book
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Cost £90 per person (includes lunch/refreshments, course pack and certificate).Multi-booking discounts available.
Provided by NAPAC (National Association for People Abused in Childhood)
Description

NAPAC (the National Association for People Abused in Childhood) is a UK-wide charity offering support to adults who suffered any type of abuse in childhood. Responding to demand from around the country, we are excited to be able to offer a new specialist training course, Supporting Adult Survivors of Childhood Abuse (SASCA), to individual professionals working with people who suffered any type of abuse in childhood. Until now the SASCA course has only been available to organisations. 

This one-day course, limited to 20 places, is aimed at any professionals who work directly with adult survivors, or those studying a relevant subject, to deepen their knowledge about the impact of abuse in adulthood and to feel more confident in managing disclosures from clients. 

NAPAC has trained NHS staff, including GPs, mental health professionals, safeguarding leads as well as social workers, police officers, prison and probation officers. We have received excellent feedback from these groups.

The SASCA course, accredited by the Royal Society for Public Health, will enhance your professional development by offering you a greater understanding of how to work compassionately and effectively with survivors, so you can improve and broaden your competence, knowledge and skills and apply trauma-informed principles. 

Two experienced facilitators will share NAPAC’s knowledge of working with abuse survivors over the past two decades and address many of the issues that professionals encounter when engaging with individuals recovering from complex trauma and PTSD. There will be plenty of opportunities to ask questions, role play, and learn from the experience of other professionals in the room.

WHAT YOU WILL GAIN

  • Deeper knowledge and awareness of the different types of child abuse and their broad impact in adulthood
  • Best practice in inviting, listening or responding to disclosure
  • Best practice in responding to flashbacks, dissociation and other stress reactions
  • Best approach to safeguarding following disclosure
  • Trauma-informed care principles
  • Recognising and guarding against vicarious trauma

The only pre-course requirement for delegates is that they have openness to emotive material and a willingness to learn and practice new skills.

Refreshments provided. Lunch is available from a range of local cafes. 

Venue Basis Yorkshire
94 North St, Leeds LS2 7PN
Learning outcomes • Deeper knowledge and awareness of the different types of child abuse and their broad impact in adulthood • Best practice in inviting, listening or responding to disclosure • Best practice in responding to flashbacks, dissociation and other stress reactions • Best approach to safeguarding following disclosure • Trauma-informed care principles • Recognising and guarding against vicarious trauma
Suitable for Professionals engaging with adult survivors of abuse in any capacity, such as health care professionals, counsellors, therapists, social workers, addiction practitioners, safeguarding specialists and the like.
How to book Please click the link below.
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Cost £110 Early Bird £150 Regular
Provided by Leeds City Council
Description Workshop to Raise Awareness of Prevent Prevent is one of the 4 main elements of the overall UK strategy for countering terrorism, known as CONTEST. Prevent aims to stop people becoming terrorists or supporting terrorism by focusing on the following 3 objectives; • challenging ideology that supports terrorism and those who promote it; • protecting vulnerable individuals from being drawn into terrorism through appropriate advice and support; • supporting sectors and institutions where there is a risk of radicalisation. It is essential the voluntary sector is aware of the risk of radicalisation and understand the role they play in safeguarding communities from radicalisation. This training seeks to provide you with a basic understanding of what Prevent is and does and allows for the group to contribute to exercises where the foundations of Prevent are discussed.
Venue Civic Hall
Calverley St, Leeds LS1 1UR
Learning outcomes • Key Aims of Prevent • Exploring the process of radicalisation • Explore What factors that could potentially make somebody vulnerable to extremist ideology • What are the behaviours that might give you cause for concern • What support is available for vulnerable individuals: Exploring CHANNEL.
Suitable for All voluntary sector
How to book Please send an email expressing interest to: jabar.rehman@leeds.gov.uk
Cost FREE
Provided by Basis Training and Education
Description Our most popular advanced training course is aimed at professionals who have a good understanding of Child Sexual Exploitation and want to advance their theoretical and practical knowledge. Our specialist team of child sexual exploitation; front line workers and experienced trainers equip professionals with the confidence, tools and techniques they use on a daily basis.Our Level 3 course is a direct follow on from our highly acclaimed ‘Level 2 Child Sexual Exploitation: The Victims Voice’ course and is both interactive and participatory. We encourage professionals to bring their current cases and challenges to the training room. Together, as a team of professionals led by our expert facilitators we look at; theories of working with young people that our resistant to change, working with additional needs and hard to reach groups, restorative practice and motivational interviewing techniques.We are providing delegates with the tips, tools and techniques that our specialist workers have developed over years of working front-line within this complex field.

Course will cover:
  • Understanding and working with "resistance" 
  • Working with hard to reach groups
  • Dealing with disclosures
  • Role play
  • Motivational interviewing skills
  • Tips and feedback  to workers from young people
Course includes:
  • Lunch and refreshments
  • Training Pack 
 Please note: refunds will only be available if notice is given 14 days before the event.
Venue Basis Yorkshire
94 North Street Leeds LS2 7PN
Learning outcomes By the end of the session you will… Have information and tools for working with denial. Have used and practiced techniques for problem solving Discussed ways to work with resistant young people. Develop a better understanding of additional needs and how to support young people who fall into this category. Understand the links between victims who then become perpetrators. Have discussed good practice when dealing with disclosures. Produce an individual action plan to support your work
Suitable for The course is aimed at practitioners with some experience of working with young people who have been affected by child sexual exploitation as it assumes some knowledge of child sexual exploitation.
How to book
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Cost £90 per person (includes lunch/refreshments, course pack and certificate). Multi-booking discounts available.
Provided by Community Links
Description To teach participants the skills needed to make a safeguarding referral, taking into consideration consent and capacity of the alleged adult at risk. It looks at the potential signs and signals of abuse and fulfilling your duty to pass on any disclosures or allegations. It covers how to address any immediate safety or protection needs of the alleged adult at risk including the recording of the incident in your workplace, and the procedures to follow when making a safeguarding referral.
Venue CL Training Centre
LS8
Learning outcomes At the end of the course participants will be able to:  Respond to safeguarding alerts and refer appropriately  Understand the personal values and beliefs that underpin the safeguarding of adults at risk  Understand best practice in offering support  Understand procedures when reporting abuse and following an alert
Suitable for This one day course is aimed at all staff with a supervisory or management role who will have the responsibility for dealing with concerns and referring appropriately.
How to book To book please contact us at training@commlinks.co.uk
Cost £99 per delegate
Provided by Basis Training and Education
Description Protective Behaviours is for anyone who works with young people. Protective Behaviours can be used by practitioners working in all agencies including schools, police, health, social care and third sector. The course content has been designed to be used either whole group, small group or 1-to-1.

Course includes:
  • Lunch and refreshments
  • Training Pack 
About the Trainer

Judith Staff is a qualified teacher, and designated safeguarding lead in schools. She delivers training in Protective Behaviours, Voice of the Child and basic safeguarding. A practitioner as well as a trainer, Judith uses Protective Behaviours in direct work with children. A member of the Northamptonshire Safeguarding Children Board since 2014, Judith works with a range of agencies including schools on partnerships projects.


Please note: refunds will only be available if notice is given 14 days before the event.
Venue Basis Yorkshire
94 North Street Leeds LS2 7PN
Learning outcomes What will you learn about? A down-to-earth approach to personal safety for all. Helpful approach for professionals working with children and parents on a universal level, and for those who may be experiencing, or have experienced, complexity, adversity, abuse or violence. A process which encourages self-empowerment, enhances skills to raise self-esteem and helps people find ways to avoid being victimised. Helps children and adults to recognise, trust and respond to their intuitive feelings. Encourages development of strategies for self-protection.
Suitable for Protective Behaviours can be used by practitioners working in all agencies including schools, police, health, social care and third sector.
How to book
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Cost £90 per person (includes lunch/refreshments, course pack and certificate). Multi-booking discounts available.
Provided by Behind Closed Doors
Description Behind Closed Doors has delivered support to victims of Domestic Violence and Abuse for 20 years.  The specialist training they offer not only reflects their understanding of the issues that victims face but also provides attendees with the knowledge, skills and access to resources that will assist practitioners who are supporting them. The training courses are CPD®-certified and delivered by experienced practitioners.
Venue Voluntary Action Leeds
Stringer House, Lupton Street, Leeds LS10 2QW
Learning outcomes An OPPORTUNITY to increase your confidence in recognising and working with victims of DV&A, appropriately and safely; it really can save lives. A SAFE, INTERACTIVE programme day which will provide the foundation for understanding the complexities of DV&A and inform best practice. AGENDA (in brief!) • What is it really? • Dispelling myths. • Why do people do it? • How can you spot it? • Why do people stay? • What are the risks? • What can the law offer? • Good practice in support. • What help is there?
Suitable for An INTRODUCTION/Level 1 course for people who support (or manage) people experiencing DV&A in a professional, voluntary or personal capacity. PREVIOUS FEEDBACK:- - Very informative, passionate delivery and a variety of methods and activities for learning. - The day seemed to flow really well and spent an appropriate amount of time on each area. It was a really good course which got everyone involved so everyone could share ideas. Everyone was made to feel comfortable.
How to book Email:- info@ behind-closed-doors.org.uk for a Booking Form (and Terms & Conditions)
Cost Voluntary Sector (£75 pp) / Statutory Sector (£85pp) / Private (£100pp)
Provided by Community Links
Description To learn how to assess and manage risk using FACE. The course looks at the concept of risk, what it is, why we may assess risk, who benefits (or not) from risk assessment and how we can complete a risk assessment.  Threats to effective risk assessment, ways in which services may pose a risk to their users and the limitations of risk assessment will also be considered.
Venue CL Training Centre
Leeds LS8
Learning outcomes At the end of the course participants will be able to: • Discuss what is meant by risk and therapeutic risk-taking • Identify the purpose and limits of risk assessment • Specify the links between risk assessment and care and relapse planning • Complete a FACE risk assessment for a client
Suitable for This one-day course is for those who use or wish to use FACE risk profiles as part of their overall risk assessment and management practice.
How to book To book your space please contact training@commlinks.co.uk
Cost £99 per delegate
Provided by Behind Closed Doors
Description Behind Closed Doors has delivered support to victims of Domestic Violence and Abuse for 20 years.  The specialist training they offer not only reflects their understanding of the issues that victims face but also provides attendees with the knowledge, skills and access to resources that will assist practitioners who are supporting them. The training courses are CPD®-certified and delivered by experienced practitioners.

[We offer a range of CPD Certified Training courses which can be delivered in-house.  Any enquiries regarding these training options should be directed to the email address below].
Venue Voluntary Action Leeds
Stringer House, Lupton Street, Leeds LS10 2QW
Learning outcomes Course Description: Do You …… …. support people who have experienced domestic violence and abuse? …. know the basics but want to understand more about the victim’s experience and feel more confident about supporting them to recover? …. want access to the resources we use in our successful Prevention and Recovery Service (PARS) and guidance on when and how to use them? AGENDA (in brief) • The Reality of DV&A • Unpicking the Impact • Collaborate, not Collude • Critical Conversations • 4 R’s - Recognise, Reconstruct, Reconnect, Recover • 4R’s Resources • Healthy Relationships
Suitable for This course is suitable for practitioners who already have a basic understanding of the dynamics of domestic violence and abuse. Previous Feedback:- - Very good, knowledgeable Facilitator, delivered well, great course, going to do other courses. Thank you! - Honestly one of the most informative and useful training days I have been on. - Everything was brilliant. Excellent Facilitator, very informative course and very knowledgeable delivery.
How to book To book on this course please e-mail:- info@behind-closed-doors.org.uk and request a booking form (and Terms & Conditions) stating which course you are interested in.
Cost Voluntary sector £75 pp / Statutory sector £85 pp / Private sector £100 pp
Provided by Community Links
Description To teach participants four basic steps to recognise if someone is having thoughts of suicide and how to connect them with resources that can help. Most people with thoughts of suicide invite help. Often these opportunities are missed, ignored or avoided - leaving people more alone and at greater risk. safeTALK training prepares you to help by using TALK (Tell, Ask, Listen and KeepSafe) to recognise and talk to people with thoughts of suicide and to connect them with further help.
Venue Blackburn Hall
LS26
Learning outcomes At the end of the course participants will be able to: • Recognise those who may be at risk of suicide • Ask individuals clearly and openly about their thoughts of suicide • Connect individuals at risk to local sources of help
Suitable for This three- hour course is suitable for anyone who may come into contact with individuals at risk of suicide, either at work or in their personal life. It is not suitable for those who have recently been bereaved by suicide.
How to book To book your space please contact us at training@commlinks.co.uk
Cost **FREE** for all Leeds residents and workforce
Provided by Leeds Women's Aid
Description This training will increase awareness and understanding of forced marriage in the context of honour-based violence and domestic abuse, the barriers and consequences of fleeing Forced Marriage, learning to identify risk indicators and increasing safety planning skills.
Venue Leeds city centre
Learning outcomes
Suitable for This course is appropriate for professionals, volunteers and managers working with adults and/or children affected by domestic abuse or forced marriage, including in social work, education, health, criminal justice, children’s centres, and voluntary sector organisations.
How to book To register, please contact Minnow on minnow@leedswomensaid.org.uk or visit our website for more information: http://www.leedswomensaid.co.uk/our-services/training/
Cost The cost is: £75 (voluntary sector); £85 (statutory sector); £120 (private sector), and refreshments are provided.
Provided by Basis Training and Education
Description This training event explores Trauma and Attachment and how it relates to Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE), including how Trauma and/or Insecure Attachments will manifest relating to CSE victims (those vulnerable to and those actually exploited), whether the Trauma took place in early childhood or has been caused by recent or ongoing sexual exploitation . The course will then build on this knowledge to further explore effective responses based on this understanding. It will also explore the issues of resilience and "resistance" to engage in the context of trauma informed practice for engaging with young people affected by CSE. Finally it will explore the issue the vicarious trauma.
Venue Basis Yorkshire
94 North Street Leeds LS2 7PN
Learning outcomes
Suitable for The course is aimed at practitioners with some experience of working with young people who have been affected by child sexual exploitation as it assumes some knowledge of child sexual exploitation.
How to book
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Cost £90 (includes lunch, training pack and CPD certificate)
Provided by Interact: Centre for Intercultural Learning & Action
Description

Integrated Child & Family Engagement: Developing an Intercultural Approach

  • This innovative, one-day workshop, will explore the benefits an intercultural perspective brings to the field of child and family engagement.
  • The course will provide delegates with an opportunity to engage in creative reflection, covering a wide range of interdisciplinary cultural and intercultural theories and concepts.  
  • The course will adopt an interdisciplinary approach, combining theoretical perspectives, with case studies, as well as practical practitioner-focused competencies and tools.
Venue Horsforth Children's Centre, Leeds
Horsforth Children’s Centre, Broadgate Primary School, North Broadgate Lane, Leeds LS18 5AF
Learning outcomes A} Engagement: explore the challenges facing family engagement practice and the relevance of adopting an intercultural approach. The course will combine theory and practice, with the following learning objectives: B} Understanding of cultural concepts, including:  definitions of culture  child and family development - cultural theories  family engagement – cultural insights  intercultural definitions  global cultural typologies C} Practical cultural competencies – incorporating intercultural approaches into professional practice:  intercultural intentionality – personal & professional commitment  building cultural intelligence  gaining intercultural awareness and competency  understanding your own culture and cultural background  learning from others: an overview of case studies
Suitable for Frontline child and family engagement personnel, for example:- * family support workers * family engagement workers and managers * parental involvement staff * social care support staff * health care community and support personnel * educational family engagement teams * social care family support staff * voluntary and community development workers and managers * faith based community development workers
How to book Details and booking available at:- * interact.information@gmail.com (email) * interactglobal.co (website)
Cost One day pilot course:-* £15.00 per delegate* Refreshments and lunch will be provided
Provided by Basis Training and Education
Description Our new advanced training course is aimed at professionals who have a good understanding of Child Sexual Exploitation and want to advance their theoretical and practical knowledge. Our specialist team of child sexual exploitation; front line workers and experienced trainers equip professionals with the confidence, tools and techniques they use on a daily basis.

Our Level 3 course is both interactive and participatory, encouraging professionals to bring their current cases and challenges to the training room. Together, as a team of professionals led by our expert facilitators we look at; theories of working with young people that our resistant to change, working with additional needs and hard to reach groups, restorative practice and motivational interviewing techniques.We are providing delegates with the tips, tools and techniques that our specialist workers have developed over years of working front-line within this complex field.

 Course will cover:
  • Understanding and working with "resistance" 
  • Working with hard to reach groups
  • Dealing with disclosures
  • Role play
  • Motivational interviewing skills
  • Tips and feedback  to workers from young people
Venue Basis Yorkshire
94 North Street Leeds LS2 7PN
Learning outcomes Have information and tools for working with denial. Have used and practiced techniques for problem solving Discussed ways to work with resistant young people. Develop a better understanding of additional needs and how to support young people who fall into this category. Understand the links between victims who then become perpetrators. Have discussed good practice when dealing with disclosures. Produce an individual action plan to support your work.
Suitable for Any professionals who work with young people at risk, or victims of CSE.
How to book
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Cost £90 (includes lunch, training pack and CPD certificate).
Provided by Behind Closed Doors
Description Behind Closed Doors has delivered support to victims of Domestic Violence and Abuse for 20 years.   The specialist training they offer not only reflects their understanding of the issues that victims face but also provides attendees with the knowledge, skills and access to resources that will assist practitioners who are supporting them. The training courses are CPD®-certified and delivered by experienced practitioners.   

Do you want the opportunity to …  
           
… explore the impact on the victim, children and young people in the family

… identify the impact on, and influence of, the wider family
… consider the perpetrator’s role in the family
Venue Voluntary Action Leeds
Stringer House, Lupton Street, Leeds LS10 2QW
Learning outcomes AGENDA (in brief) • What IS hurting the family? • Impact – different experiences & perspectives within families • Additional complicating factors • Parenting – during and after • Perpetrator’s role in the family • Foundations of family-recovery
Suitable for This course is suitable for practitioners who have a minimum foundation level of training around DV&A who want to apply a ‘whole-family’ perspective to their support practice. (It is not recommended for practitioners with no prior DV&A training). Previous feedback includes:- - Learned such a lot but also prompted to think with a much broader perspective. Would have loved to spread this over two days. - Excellent delivery, good pace, excellent resources.
How to book To book on this course, please email:- info@behind-closed-doors.org.uk for a booking form (and T&C's) [If you require information about our full range of courses and training options, please contact us on info@behind-closed-doors.org.uk or training@behind-closed-doors.org.uk]
Cost Voluntary sector £75 pp / Statutory sector £85 pp / Private sector £100 pp
Provided by Community Links
Description

To establish an understanding of best working practice in offering support and to understand procedures when reporting abuse and procedures following an alert.

It looks at the potential signs and signals of abuse and fulfilling your duty to pass on any disclosures or allegations.

It covers how to address any immediate safety or protection needs of the alleged adult at risk including the recording of the incident in your workplace.

Venue CL Training Centre
Leeds LS8
Learning outcomes At the end of the session participants will be able to: • Understand key terminology and legislation in relation to safeguarding adults • Identify common types of abuse and neglect • Understand the principles of best practice • Understand local safeguarding protocols and procedures.
Suitable for This half day course is aimed at all staff working with adults at risk but that who do not have a supervisory or management role.
How to book To book your space please contact us at training@commlinks.co.uk
Cost £50 per delegate
Provided by Community Links
Description

To teach participants the skills needed to make a safeguarding referral, taking into consideration consent and capacity of the alleged adult at risk.

It looks at the potential signs and signals of abuse and fulfilling your duty to pass on any disclosures or allegations.

It covers how to address any immediate safety or protection needs of the alleged adult at risk including the recording of the incident in your workplace, and the procedures to follow when making a safeguarding referral.

Venue CL Training Centre
Leeds LS8
Learning outcomes At the end of the course participants will be able to:  Respond to safeguarding alerts and refer appropriately  Understand the personal values and beliefs that underpin the safeguarding of adults at risk  Understand best practice in offering support  Understand procedures when reporting abuse and following an alert
Suitable for This one day course is aimed at all staff with a supervisory or management role who will have the responsibility for dealing with concerns and referring appropriately.
How to book Please contact us at training@commlinks.co.uk
Cost £99 per delegate
Provided by Leeds Women's Aid
Description This training will increase awareness and understanding of forced marriage in the context of honour-based violence and domestic abuse, the barriers and consequences of fleeing Forced Marriage, learning to identify risk indicators and increasing safety planning skills.
Venue Leeds city centre
Learning outcomes - What is a Forced Marriage? - Exploring the concept of Honour & understanding Honour-Based Violence - What are the motivations of honour-based abuse and forced marriage? - Survivors stories & Case study analysis - Understanding the barriers and consequences to fleeing Forced Marriage - Identifying risk indicators - Understanding the role of the Forced Marriage Unit and Forced Marriage Legislation to support professional working with and individuals affected by forced marriage and honour based violence and abuse. - Risk awareness exercise and analysis - Safety planning exercise and analysis - Understanding best practice when working with individuals affected by forced marriage.
Suitable for This course is appropriate for professionals, volunteers and managers working with adults and/or children affected by domestic abuse or forced marriage, including in social work, education, health, criminal justice, children’s centres, and voluntary sector organisations.
How to book To register, please contact Minnow on minnow@leedswomensaid.org.uk or visit our website for more information: http://www.leedswomensaid.co.uk/our-services/training/
Cost The cost is: £75 (voluntary sector); £85 (statutory sector); £120 (private sector), and refreshments are provided.
Provided by Leeds Women's Aid
Description This training will increase awareness and understanding of forced marriage in the context of honour-based violence and domestic abuse, the barriers and consequences of fleeing Forced Marriage, learning to identify risk indicators and increasing safety planning skills.
Venue Leeds city centre
Learning outcomes - What is a Forced Marriage? - Exploring the concept of Honour & understanding Honour-Based Violence - What are the motivations of honour-based abuse and forced marriage? - Survivors stories & Case study analysis - Understanding the barriers and consequences to fleeing Forced Marriage - Identifying risk indicators - Understanding the role of the Forced Marriage Unit and Forced Marriage Legislation to support professional working with and individuals affected by forced marriage and honour based violence and abuse. - Risk awareness exercise and analysis - Safety planning exercise and analysis - Understanding best practice when working with individuals affected by forced marriage.
Suitable for This course is appropriate for professionals, volunteers and managers working with adults and/or children affected by domestic abuse or forced marriage, including in social work, education, health, criminal justice, children’s centres, and voluntary sector organisations.
How to book To register, please contact Minnow on minnow@leedswomensaid.org.uk or visit our website for more information: http://www.leedswomensaid.co.uk/our-services/training/
Cost The cost is: £75 (voluntary sector); £85 (statutory sector); £120 (private sector), and refreshments are provided.

ASIST Suicide Prevention Training

27 September at 8:45am to Friday 28 September at 4:30pm
Provided by Community Links
Description

This course teaches Suicide First Aid skills to raise confidence and knowledge and to familiarise participants with the most widely used suicide intervention model in the world.

Recognised by the Department of Health, ASIST is fast becoming an essential tool for all community caregivers. This is a two day course that aims to break down stereotypes and misinformation about suicide and gives participants an evidence-based approach to those at risk.

Participants will have a chance to analyse their own views about suicide, they will be introduced to the intervention model and given opportunities to observe and practise skills in effective suicide intervention.

Venue The Vinery Centre
Leeds LS9
Learning outcomes At the end of the course participants will be able to: • Recognise invitations for help • Reach out and offer support • Review the risk of suicide • Apply a suicide intervention model • Link people with community resources
Suitable for Suitable for anyone who wishes to learn how to help someone who may be having suicidal thoughts.
How to book To book your space please contact us at training@commlinks.co.uk
Cost £195 per delegate (bursary spaces available)