Safeguarding Week 9th to 15th October 2017

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This year we are pleased to be holding Safeguarding Week at the same time as our colleagues across West Yorkshire.

Working with partners in Adult and Children Services, we are able to bring you a variety of events throughout the week starting with a launch event at the Shay Stadium on Monday 9th October.

Please see the Safeguarding Week Booklet 2017 for details of events, contacts, times, locations and booking arrangements.

Last minute changes and additions to the programme will be reflected within the entry for the relevant day in RED

Lead up to Safeguarding Week

Monday 9th to Friday 13th Christ Church Pellon Primary SchoolHalifax HX2 0QQ Restricted to students and staff of Christ Church Primary School Christ Church Pellon Primary School01422 350792 option 3 Keeping safe at Christ Church Pellon Primary School:Class assemblies held each day linked to safeguarding week; parents will be invited in to look at what their children have learnt in class.Coffee morning for parents on Friday 13th October around raising the awareness of keeping safe – a power point to be shown.Every class to do PSHE regarding safeguarding as well.Luke Ambler from Andy’s man’s club to undertake full day workshop for all the children around emotional wellbeing and keeping ourselves safe.
Monday 9th to Friday 13th The Brooksbank School Restricted to students of The Brooksbank School Zandra PuddephattThe Brooksbank School01422 374791 Keeping Safe:  Morning Assemblies led to each year group

Monday 9th October

Monday 9th to Friday 13th The Brooksbank School Restricted to students of The Brooksbank School Zandra PuddephattThe Brooksbank School01422 374791 Keeping Safe:  Morning Assemblies led to each year group
Monday 9tham Calderdale Royal Infirmary Open to allDrop in Rebecca DoyleRebecca.doyle@disc-vol.org.uk01422 415550Mobile:                07803414902 Substance Misuse Awareness Stall at the Maternity Clinic. Branching Out Young Persons Service Substance MisuseAwareness: stall looking at the risks associated with substance use, tobacco and alcohol during pregnancy.
Monday 9th9:30 to 11:00 Open to all staff CSCB/SABBook via self-registration page01422 394149 Launch Event: Making the Links – The safeguarding vision for Calderdale.  Presentations by Director Adults and Children’s Services; West Yorkshire Police; CCG; entertainment; refreshments; information stalls; focus groups; network opportunities
Monday 9th9:30 to 13:00 The Shay Stadium Open to all staff Further information & booking via iTrent.External bookings  email workforcedevelopment@calderdale.gov.uk stating your name and the organisation that you work for. To provide an overview of migration in Calderdale to provide an insight into some of the challenges facing particularly vulnerable migrants and those who work with them. Includes: different migrant groups and different routes of entry to the UK; patterns of migration in Calderdale and West Yorkshire and the impacts this has on service delivery;some of the challenges that may confront migrants and how services can respond to these challenges so helping better integration
Monday 9th11:00 to 12:30 The Shay Stadium Open to all staffDrop in CSCB/SABJulie.hartley@calderdale.gov.uk01422 394149 Launch Event: Information Market Stalls and Networking opportunities – Find out what is available in Calderdale for children and adults at risk.  Have your say! – Take part in focus group discussions on a range of safeguarding issues.
Monday 9th13:00 to 15:00 Laura Mitchell Health and Wellbeing Centre.HX1 1YR(Meeting Rm 3 and 4)  Open to all staff working with or supporting older or vulnerable people in West Yorkshire. West Yorkshire trading standards“Safer Project”Catherine Chadwick-RaynerChadwickRayner@wyjs.org.uk

0113 393 9814

 

Any enquiries to Janet Smith – 07918196218

Front Line Worker Briefing Protecting Older and Vulnerable People from Scams:  Frauds and Doorstep Crime Scams are fast becoming the crime of the 21st Century, with many isolated and vulnerable older people being the main target of mass marketing scams, nuisance callers, cowboy builders and distraction burglaries.  The SAFER Project works to educate and empower older and vulnerable people to spot scams and deal confidently with doorstep callers to protect themselves from becoming victims. This session will equip participants with the knowledge to help older and vulnerable people to identify scams and doorstep crime, understand the impact that such activity can have on the physical and mental wellbeing of victims and enable them to support those who may have already fallen victim.This course will include presentations, hand-outs and group exercises. If you have any specific learning needs, please notify us prior to the training.
Monday 9th13:15 to 14:30 Ash Green Community Primary School (Lower Site)MixendenHX2 8QD Restricted to students of Ash Green School Hugh MonaghanAsh Green Community Primary School01422 231196Mobile:                07814542674 Children’s Rights Workshops: The children will learn about their rights to be heard and their right to the fact that ‘”WE ALL HAVE THE RIGHT TO FEEL SAFE ALL OF THE TIME”.The Workshops will use a number of activities to distinguish what is a RIGHT and what is a WANT.The children will learn about the CONTIUUM OF NEED model linking this into keeping safe.Finally the children will be asked to design a poster or leaflet in order to support new pupils/families that may join Ash Green School.
Monday 9th15:30 Luddenden CofE School Restricted to students of Luddenden Cof E School Gwen Clyde-Evans/PC Laura Hall Awareness raising on Domestic Abuse for Teachers and Students

Tuesday 10th October

Tuesday 10tham Calderdale Maternity Clinic,Calderdale Royal Hospital Open to allDrop-in Rebecca DoyleRebecca.doyle@disc-vol.org.uk01422 415550Mobile:                07803414902 Substance Misuse Awareness Stall at the Maternity Clinic. Branching Out Young Persons Service Substance MisuseAwareness: stall looking at the risks associated with substance use, tobacco and alcohol during pregnancy.
Tuesday 10th9:00 to 10:00 Calderdale Royal Hospital Learning & Development centreMedium Training Room Open to all Staff Karen Marsden Karen.marsden2@cht.nhs.uk  01422 224570 (CHFT Safeguarding Team Administrator) bookings can be made 9-5 Mon-Fri. Female Genital Mutilation (FGM): Brief overview for professionals around what FGM is, what the indicators are and how to refer concerns’.  Facilitated by Dawn Gibbon, Named Midwife Safeguarding CHFT
Tuesday 10th9:00 to 17:00 Better Lives at number 42 Market Street Open to allDrop-in Safeguarding Adults TeamConnor Wardell01422 393964 Safeguarding Adults Awareness, Knowledge and Information.The Shop will be open to anybody who would like to receive information or advice about Safeguarding Adults from Social Care Staff.This will include information about what is a Safeguarding concern, the referral process and what to expect from a Safeguarding response.
Tuesday 10th9:00 to 10:30 Calderdale Royal Hospital Learning & Development centre Large Training Room Open to all Staff Karen Marsden Karen.marsden2@cht.nhs.uk   01422 224570 (CHFT Safeguarding Team Administrator) bookings can be made 9-5 Mon-Fri. Neglect – A day in the life of a Child: For professionals who work with children or staff who wish to understand more around child neglect.   Facilitated by Julie Warburton, Named Nurse safeguarding Children CHFT
Tuesday 10th9:30 to 12:30 Pinderfields Hospital, Wakefield Open to all Staff West Yorkshire Multi-Agency Safeguarding TrainersJulie.hartley@calderdale.gov.uk01422 394108 West Yorkshire Masterclass Suicide Awareness: The Effect on Children and Young People.  Presentations by The Samaritans, Public Health, Andy’s Man Club, West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service.  Explores the impact on children of the suicide of a loved one, support available to them and why children and young people sometimes take their own lives.
Tuesday 10th9:30 to 16:00 Three Ways Conference CentreOvenden Open to Staff CSCB/SABJulie.hartley@calderdale.gov.uk01422 394149 Supporting Young People to Stay Safe On-Line: Considers impact of social networking with particular reference to Facebook; potential risks for young people using Facebook and other social media sites; how carers can support young people to set up privacy settings; using the reporting system to report bullying and abusive online behaviour; how Facebook and other social media sites integrate with other areas of the Internet; a closer look at the general issues affecting young people including sexting, online games and pornography
Tuesday 10th9:30 to 12:30 St George’s Community TrustLee MountHalifax Open to all Staff FIT-Baby BrainsKarolyn Smith01422 392599Mobile:                07826511225 Babies Brains-Neurological development in the Early YearsThis session aims to promote the understanding and awareness of the neurological development of babies-in utero, new-born and in the Early Years. How this can be promoted by parents and professionals and clarify consequences to babies and children’s holistic development from early neurological development
Tuesday 10th9:30 to 11.30 WomenCentre Open to all staff although the event is aimed at early years practitioners Sharon Brooks01422 386508Sharon.brooks@womencentre.org.uk Workshop on “Talking with the under 5’s about domestic abuse”  The workshop will be practical and is aimed at supporting early years practitioners in talking to under 5’s in an age appropriate way, where they may be witnessing domestic abuse.
Tuesday 10th9:30 to 11:30 The Basement ProjectCarlton StreetHalifax, HX1 2AL Open to all Staff CSCB/SABJulie.hartley@calderdale.gov.uk01422 394149 Alcohol features heavily in your work.  We estimate the number of children (under 16) affected by parental alcohol use in Calderdale, as: 9,100 (22.4%) living with hazardous drinkers; 2,500 (6.1%) living with dependent drinkers.Over half of those living with children are consuming in excess of 400 units per month; In 4,165 domestic incidents reported during time period (/14/2015 – 31/3/2016) alcohol was involved in 9.8% of incidents in Calderdale compared with a regional average of 1.7% in 37.4% of these incidents children were present.  Nationally, between 50% and 90% of families on social workers’ child care caseloads have at least one parent with drug, alcohol or mental health problems.  Alcohol features in approximately 50% of Child In Need assessments in Calderdale.  The Alcohol Brief Interventions Training will help you to improve your identification of problematic alcohol use and apply simple tools that may trigger change – plus details of what services you can refer into in Calderdale. – This is essential training!
Tuesday 10th10:00 to 12:00 Illingworth Meeting RoomWestgate House Open to all staff Cath Bentley, CMBC Business Intelligence Officer01422 393117Cath.bentley@calderdale.gov.uk Safeguarding – what the data we collect tells us and how this links to improving outcomes:  Presentations followed by informal drop-in on best practice techniques in how to use safeguarding data effectively and how we use data to scrutinise performance and improve outcomes for service users.This will be of interest if you want to find out and share the latest best practice techniques in using safeguarding data effectively.
Tuesday 10th10:00 to 12:00 Probation OfficesSpring Hall Lane, HalifaxHX1 4JG Open to all Staff Her Majesty Prison and Probation ServiceSimone Burdensimone.burden@probation.gsi.gov.uk01422 311595 Probation’s role in safeguarding adults and children focussing on domestic abuse: Telling the story from conviction to end of sentence and following this process focusing on how Probation manages risk and safeguards both adults and children using a domestic violence case study. The second part of the event will be an overview of the Programmes that Probation uses to help reduce the reoffending and risk of offenders in relation to domestic violence and finally an input from NPS Victim Liaison Unit and our work with victims
Tuesday 10th11:00 to 12:30 Calderdale Royal Hospital Learning & Development centre Open to all Staff Karen Marsden Karen.marsden2@cht.nhs.uk   01422 224570 (CHFT Safeguarding Team Administrator) bookings can be made 9-5 Mon-Fri. An overview of CSE:  For professionals who would like to increase knowledge on CSE, the signs to be aware of, safe internet use, raising a concern and support services available.  Facilitated by Julie Warburton, Named Nurse safeguarding Children CHFT
Tuesday 10th11:00 to 12:30 Calderdale Royal Hospital Learning & Development centre Large Training Room Open to all Staff Karen Marsden Karen.marsden2@cht.nhs.uk   01422 224570 (CHFT Safeguarding Team Administrator) bookings can be made 9-5 Mon-Fri. Domestic Abuse Hub and Referral Processes.  Facilitated by Gwen Clyde-Evans (Domestic Abuse Lead) and PC Hall
Tuesday 10th13:15 to 14:30 Ash Green Community Primary School (Upper Site)MixendenHX2 8QD Restricted to students of Ash Green School Hugh MonaghanAsh Green Community Primary School01422 231196Mobile:                07814542674 Children’s Rights Workshops: The children will learn about their rights to be heard and their right to the fact that ‘”WE ALL HAVE THE RIGHT TO FEEL SAFE ALL OF THE TIME”.The Workshops will use a number of activities to distinguish what is a RIGHT and what is a WANT.The children will learn about the CONTIUUM OF NEED model linking this into keeping safe.Finally the children will be asked to design a poster or leaflet in order to support new pupils/families that may join Ash Green School.
Tuesday 10th14:00 to 15:00 Halifax Police Station please be aware that photo ID badges must be worn otherwise you will not be allowed access Open to all Staff Karen Marsden Karen.marsden2@cht.nhs.uk   01422 224570 (CHFT Safeguarding Team Administrator) bookings can be made 9-5 Mon-Fri. Domestic Abuse Hub and Referral Processes.  Facilitated by Gwen Clyde-Evans (Domestic Abuse Lead) and PC Hall
Tuesday 10th14:30 to 16:00 Northgate House Restricted to CMBC staff only Workforce DevelopmentBook via iTrent Safeguarding briefings:Would you know where to signpost young people or colleagues in Calderdale if you had concerns?  Do you know about common indicators of HBV and/or abuse/neglect? Over view of EISA; Overview of FGM; Overview of HBV; PREVENT updates.These sessions are designed to raise awareness of indicators and referral processes within CalderdaleNOT TRAINING – all will signpost to CSCB training programme.

Wednesday 11th October

Wednesday 11th Ryburn High School Restricted Rebecca DoyleCalderdale Young Persons Service, Branching OutRebecca.doyle@disc-vol.org01422 4145550Mobile:                07803414902 Calderdale Young Persons Service, Branching Out, Substance Misuse: Interactive awareness stalls highlighting the risk associated with tobacco, alcohol and substance misuse with young people.  Current trends awareness assemblies  focusing on  alcohol, MDMA and NPS ( illegal highs)  use
Wednesday 11th Brooksbank High School Restricted Rebecca DoyleCalderdale Young Persons Service, Branching OutRebecca.doyle@disc-vol.org01422 4145550Mobile:                07803414902 Calderdale Young Persons Service, Branching Out, Substance Misuse: Interactive awareness stalls highlighting the risk associated with tobacco, alcohol and substance misuse with young people.Current trends awareness assemblies  focusing on  alcohol, MDMA and NPS ( illegal highs)  use
Wednesday 11th Calderdale College Restricted Rebecca DoyleCalderdale Young Persons Service, Branching OutRebecca.doyle@disc-vol.org01422 4145550Mobile:                07803414902 Calderdale Young Persons Service, Branching Out, Substance Misuse: Interactive awareness stalls highlighting the risk associated with tobacco, alcohol and substance misuse with young people.Current trends awareness assemblies  focusing on  alcohol, MDMA and NPS ( illegal highs)  use
Wednesday 11th8:00 to 10:00 Calderdale Royal Hospital A&E Dept Open Drop-in A&E Department drop in session for hospital staff to seek advice on DA policy and procedures, public can also come and see event stall.  Facilitated by Gwen Clyde-Evans (Domestic Abuse Lead) and PC Hall
Wednesday 11th9:30 to 16:00 The Shay Open to all Staff Workforce DevelopmentBook via iTrent if Calderdale employee or using the booking form at link below:http://earlyintervention.calderdale.gov.uk/ Early Intervention Single Assessment:This session explores  Calderdale’s single assessment process and good practice in conducting or being part of multiagency meetings including drawing up  SMART child centred plans
Wednesday 11th9:30 to 12:30 Halifax Town HallRoom B Open to all Staff Workforce Developmentworkforcedevelopment@calderdale.gov.uk Safeguarding Adults
Wednesday 11th9:30 to 12:30 Ryburn House Open to all Staff Family Group ConferenceEmma WilliamsEmma.williams@calderdale.gov.uk01422 392721Mobile:                07825145407 Family Group Conference Awareness: To increase awareness of how a Family Group Conference can support Children and Young people in respects to safe guarding, early intervention, school attendance, housing, offending and with any other particular support needs.
Wednesday 11th10:00 to 12:30 The Shay Restricted to foster carers only Maureen CooganWilliamsMaureen.CooganWilliams@calderdale.gov.uk01422 266064Mobile: 07866943464 Safeguarding children & young people – basic awareness, Raise awareness about safeguarding children and young people and identify the steps to follow when there are concerns. Define child abuse and demonstrate awareness of signs and indicators of possible safeguarding concerns.Procedures and processes when dealing with disclosures
Wednesday 11th10:00 to 13:00 YMCA Open to all Staff CGL Choices (The West Yorkshire Perpetrator and Victim Service)Julia SmerdonE: julia.smerdon@cgl.org.uk0113 219 2417Mobile: 0746 4492846 CGL Choices: The workshop is aimed to give professionals an overview of the work we do at Choices – It will include talks, training around working with perpetrators and examples of interventions we deliver – it will also give an insight into how Together Women’s Project offers support to victims.
Wednesday 11th10:00 to 12:00 Kings Centre, Halifax Open to all Staff Adults Social CareMental Health LeadTerry Hevicon-Nixon01422 363561 Mental Health  and Safeguarding Adults: A presentation will be delivered to raise awareness regarding Mental Health and Safeguarding Adults. There will opportunity for case example discussions and a section for questions and answers.The focus of this session will be best practice.
Wednesday 11th12:30 to 13:30 Laura Mitchell Health and Wellbeing Centre.HX1 1YR(Jade Room) Open to anyone over 18 CAMHS admin team01422 262380 stating that you would like to book a place on the Understanding Deliberate Self Harm event.Please book early to avoid disappointment – only 10 places will be available for each session.Please cancel your place if you are unable to attend to ensure this can be offered to another person. Understanding Deliberate Self-Harm in Young People: The session is aimed at members of public who have had no previous training in Deliberate Self Harm.  An interactive workshop for people who would like to develop a basic understanding about what self-harm is and why some people may experience this problem. This will include some simple strategies to support people who may deliberately self-harm and how to access support from appropriate services.
Wednesday 11th13:00 to 15:30 Orange box Open to all Staff Catherine RhodesCalderdale Young Carers01422 261208 Safeguarding Young Carers in Schools:  Talk regarding how to identify young carers in schools and respond to their needs taking a whole school approach
Wednesday 11th13:00 to 15:00 St George’s Community TrustLee MountHalifax Open to all Staff FIT-RESPECTSally Ezard01422 392819Mobile: 07738785197 Child to Parent Abuse-RESPECTRESPECT-This session will give clarity on RESPECT programme in Calderdale, what child to parent abuse is and how to assess this and support families you are working with and how to refer to the RESPECT programme
Wednesday 11th13:00 to 15:30 Victoria Theatre Open to all Staff Sue WalmsleyElland Council Offices01422 261208Mobile:                07919304690 Drama therapy: Safeguarding Young People  through creative therapyThis is an experiential workshop that will give participants an opportunity to hear about a 3 year partnership project between Calderdale Young Carers and Victoria Theatre.Participants will also be given the opportunity to experience drama therapy first hand by taking part in small group work and individual exercises.
Wednesday 11th October13:30 to 15:30 The Basement Project,Carlton St, HalifaxHX1 2AL Open to all staff CSCB/SABJulie.hartley@calderdale.gov.uk01422 394149 Alcohol features heavily in your work.  We estimate the number of children (under 16) affected by parental alcohol use in Calderdale, as: 9,100 (22.4%) living with hazardous drinkers; 2,500 (6.1%) living with dependent drinkers.Over half of those living with children are consuming in excess of 400 units per month; In 4,165 domestic incidents reported during time period (/14/2015 – 31/3/2016) alcohol was involved in 9.8% of incidents in Calderdale compared with a regional average of 1.7% in 37.4% of these incidents children were present.  Nationally, between 50% and 90% of families on social workers’ child care caseloads have at least one parent with drug, alcohol or mental health problems.  Alcohol features in approximately 50% of Child In Need assessments in Calderdale.  The Alcohol Brief Interventions Training will help you to improve your identification of problematic alcohol use and apply simple tools that may trigger change – plus details of what services you can refer into in Calderdale. – This is essential training!
Wednesday 11th14:00 to 15:30 Orange Box Open to not-for-profit group who provide a service to Children/young people and adults at risk Sector Support CalderdaleSteve Blackman01422 356758steveb@nbforum.org.uk Voluntary & Community Sector Safeguarding Forum: providing an opportunity to network, share good practice and identify training needs. Representatives from both Safeguarding Boards will be present to share information and answer any queries.
Wednesday 11th14:00 to 16:00 Halifax Town HallRoom B Open to all Staff Sue DentNorthgate House01422 394088Sue.Dent@calderdale.gov.uk ‘Neglect is a relationship issue?’: What’s going on between parent and child that allows this to happen?; What might be the priorities of the parent?; How aware is the parent of the child’s needs?; What is life like for  that child?  Facilitated by Bernadette Johansen (Service Manager, Safeguarding and QA)
Wednesday 11th14:00 to 16:00 The Kings Church, Park Road, Halifax, HX1 2TS Restricted to Care Setting Provider Staff. Adults Social CareSafeguarding Adults TeamConnor Wardell01422 393964 Safeguarding Adults within Care SettingsAn update on Safeguarding Adults within Social Care will be provided including: What is a Safeguarding concern?; How to report a Safeguarding issue; What to expect from a Safeguarding response; The Falls Protocol.Information will be provided to highlight common themes and issues in relation to Safeguarding concerns.Get involved in a workshop to share good examples of practice and measures to prevent and reduce risk.
Wednesday 11th15:30 to 17:30 Halifax Careers Centre16 Alexandra Street, Halifax Open to all Staff C&K CareersJill Meade01484 225500Mobile: 07891 010899To book please ring Lynne Shellam or Jill Meade 01484 225500 and ask for a place on the Safeguarding event . Safeguarding – What has it got to do with Careers Advice?:A multi-agency event to illustrate why safeguarding is an important aspect of Careers Advice work.  See how you can help keep young people safe by working in partnership with C&K Careers Advisers; Find out how C&K Careers Advisers support vulnerable young people to make positive transitions from school to Further Education or employment.Refreshments provided and there will be opportunities to network.
Wednesday 11th16:00 to 17:00 Laura MitchellHealth and Wellbeing Centre.HX1 1YR(Jade Room) Open to young people aged 14 and over CAMHS admin team01422 262380 stating that you would like to book a place on the Understanding Deliberate Self Harm event.Please book early to avoid disappointment – only 10 places will be available for each session.Please cancel your place if you are unable to attend to ensure this can be offered to another person. Understanding Deliberate Self-Harm in Young People: The session is aimed at members of public who have had no previous training in Deliberate Self Harm.  An interactive workshop for people who would like to develop a basic understanding about what self-harm is and why some people may experience this problem. This will include some simple strategies to support people who may deliberately self-harm and how to access support from appropriate services.
Wednesday 11th18:00 Northowram Primary School Restricted to parents and students of Northowram Primary School Northowram Primary SchoolJane Jennings01422 202704 Staying Safe Online:  A presentation by our talented students to showcase to parents how we prepare children for staying safe online.
Wednesday 18th18:30 to 20:30 Savile Park School, formally Heath Open to all Early Years and Childcare including Out of School Clubs Quality Improvement & WFD workforcedevelopment@calderdale.gov.uk01422 288357 Sharing Good Practice Network: Safeguarding updates; Exploring tools (risk indicator & neglect toolkit)

Thursday 12th October

Thursday 12th8:00 to 09:00 Calderdale Royal Hospital and Huddersfield Royal Infirmary A&E Dept Open to allDrop in Drop-in A&E Department drop in session for hospital staff to seek advice on DA policy and procedures, public can also come and see event stall.  Facilitated by Gwen Clyde-Evans (Domestic Abuse Lead) and PC Hall
Thursday 12th 9:30 Luddenden CofE School Restricted to  students of Luddenden CofE School Facilitated by Gwen Clyde-Evans and PC Hall Assembly on safe and health relationships, raising awareness on Domestic Abuse
Thursday 12th9:30 to 11:30 Northgate House Restricted to CMBC Apprentices 16-19 & young people Workforce DevelopmentSarah Hunt/Dale Hipperson01422 288357 Young People’s Voices- empowerment session: Discussion/network around safeguarding, keeping yourself safe, over view of EISA/FGM/HBV/PREVENTAnd sources of support and further training.
Thursday 12th10:00 to 11:30 Laura Mitchell Health and Wellbeing Centre.HX1 1YR (Meeting Rm 9) Open to all staff South West Yorkshire Partnership Trust (Safeguarding Children Team) swy-tr.BarnsleySafeguardingChildren@nhs.net01226 645053Any enquiries to Shelley Knight or Sarah Moss 01226 645053 Recognising Signs of Fabricated Induced Illness when working with parents and their children: Power point presentation summarising evidence base and national policy to provide a basic awareness of Fabricated Induced Illness.The presentation will also include case study examples from Serious Case Reviews.Group participation required but no formal group work.
Thursday 12th10:00 to 11:00 Adults Social Care Park Road Offices Restricted to Social Care Staff Adults Social CareSafeguarding Adults TeamConnor Wardell01422 393964 Presentation which will be an introduction to Safeguarding Adults.  This will include a brief overview and update of The Care Act requirements and The Safeguarding Adults Policy and Procedure; with an emphasis on achieving the 6 principles.  The main focus will be Making Safeguarding Personal.
Thursday 12th10:00 to 12:00 Illingworth Meeting RoomWestgate House Open to all staff Cath Bentley, CMBC Business Intelligence Officer01422 393117Cath.bentley@calderdale.gov.uk Safeguarding – what the data we collect tells us and how this links to improving outcomes:  Presentations followed by informal drop-in on best practice techniques in how to use safeguarding data effectively and how we use data to scrutinise performance and improve outcomes for service users.This will be of interest if you want to find out and share the latest best practice techniques in using safeguarding data effectively.
Thursday 12th10:00 to 15:00 The Orange Box Open to all Staff Yorkshire, Humberside and Lincolnshire Circles of Support and Accountability (YHLCOSA)York YO1 6ETMye Kallandermye.kallander@yhlcosa.org.uk01904 630911 99,609 sexual offences were reported last year, the highest since national records began in 2002, and there has been a 60% increase in reported child sexual abuse in the last 5 years. People committed of sexual offences are living in and returning to our community at all times. Understanding motivations for offending can assist professionals to work more effectively with them.  This course enables participants to take a proactive and safe approach to effectively supporting sex offenders in the community. These areas will be covered: attitudes and beliefs, motivations and desistance theories. What is sexual offending? How do we work with sex offenders: dilemmas, boundaries, health and safety. We will also cover the importance of risk management, the criminal justice system and working positively with sex offenders in the community in order to prevent further victims.
Thursday 12th10:30 to 12:30 St John’s Health Centre Open to all Community Staff Karen Marsden Karen.marsden2@cht.nhs.uk   01422 224570 (CHFT Safeguarding Team Administrator) bookings can be made 9-5 Mon-Fri. Self-Neglect and Safeguarding Adults: Aimed at community staff who work with individuals who choose not to follow health advice or choose lifestyles which significantly impact on their physical wellbeing.  Facilitated by Anne Brier, Named Nurse Safeguarding Adults CHFT
Thursday 12th11:00 to 12:00 Todmorden Library Open to Volunteer Managers Steve BlackmanSector Support CalderdaleSteveb@nforum.org.uk01422 356758Mobile:                07791066292 Involving Volunteers with an offending background.           Including: What to include in a robust recruitment processguidance & advice on making a decision
Thursday 12th12:00 to 16:00 Adults Social Care Park Road Offices Restricted to Social Care StaffDrop-in Adults Social CareSafeguarding Adults TeamConnor Wardell01422 393964 Provision of information to Social care staff highlighting our responsibilities, performance data, how to Make Safeguarding Personal, sharing good practice examples, identification of learning needs.
Thursday 12th12:30 to 13:00 Halifax Town Hall Room D Open to all Staff Workforce Developmentworkforcedevelopment@calderdale.gov.uk Keeping children and young people safe online
Thursday 12th12:30 to 14:00 Laura Mitchell Health and Wellbeing Centre.HX1 1YR (Meeting Rm 9) Open to all staff South West Yorkshire Partnership Trustjanet.smith@swyt.nhs.uk  or  swy-tr.BarnsleySafeguardingChildren@nhs.net01226 645053Any enquiries to Janet Smith or Sarah Moss 01226 645053 HATE crime: PowerPoint presentation giving a basic overview of HATE crime and the actions and recommendation’s from serious case reviews and a case study of a recent incident that has been dealt with using the multi-agency approach and the challenges encountered.No formal group work, however audience participation in the case study will be required.
Thursday 12th13:00 to 15:00 Huddersfield Royal Infirmary(Free shuttle bus from Calderdale Royal) Open to all Staff Karen Marsden Karen.marsden2@cht.nhs.uk   01422 224570 (CHFT Safeguarding Team Administrator) bookings can be made 9-5 Mon-Fri. Self-Neglect and Safeguarding Adults: Aimed at staff who work with individuals who choose not to follow health advice or choose lifestyles which significantly impact on their physical wellbeing.  Facilitated by Anne Brier, Named Nurse Safeguarding Adults CHFT
Thursday 12th13:00 to 15:00 Halifax Fire Station Community CentreKing Cross Open to all adults Rebecca DoyleRebecca.doyle@disc-vol.org.uk01422 415550Mobile:                07803414902 Current Trends and NPS (illegal highs) awareness session.  Calderdale Young Persons Service, Branching Out, Substance Misuse:  An awareness training session looking at the current trends in substance misuse amongst young people for any interested adults in Calderdale who would like to know more.
Thursday 12th13:30 to 15:00 WomenCentre Open to all Staff Sharon Brooks01422 386508Sharon.brooks@womencentre.org.uk Open access session for staff:  To meet Calderdale Staying Safe Team and ask any questions about the service; Hear a presentation by a local solicitor about “Understanding Legal Aid in relation to Domestic Abuse and Family Law”
Thursday 12th13:30 to 15:00 St John’s Health Centre Open to all Staff Karen Marsden Karen.marsden2@cht.nhs.uk   01422 224570 (CHFT Safeguarding Team Administrator) bookings can be made 9-5 Mon-Fri. Human Trafficking and Modern Day Slavery: For professionals to upskill on their knowledge and understanding of human trafficking and modern day slavery including how to raise a concern and make a referral.  Facilitated by Julie Warburton, Named Nurse Safeguarding Children CHFT
Thursday 12th14:00 to 16:00 St John’s Health Centre Open to all Staff Calderdale Recovery StepsSam  Jones / Anna Mann01422 415 550Mobile:  07793246450 Through  My Childs Eyes: Substance Misuse and Parenting
Thursday 12th18:30 to 21:00 The Shay Open to all Early Years and Childcare including Out of School Clubs Quality Improvement & WFDBook via EY Programme booking form found at link below.https://www.calderdale.gov.uk/v2/residents/education-and-learning/childcare/childcare-providers-support/learning-and-development Designated Safeguarding Lead: child protection refresher – Refresh categories of abuse and neglect and referrals at tiers 3 & 5; Explore ways to support staff through effective supervision; Identify ways you can contribute to multi agency meetings; Explore ways to update knowledge and understanding of policy/legislation and statutory guidance

Friday 13th October

Friday 13th Complex Care WardsCalderdale Royal Hospital and Huddersfield Royal Infirmary Open to all Drop-in Safeguarding Champions will be available to answer any questions carers or patients may have around safeguarding. They may approach patients and carers/ visitors to talk to them about safeguarding and how to raise a concern.
Friday 13th9.30 to 11:00 Westgate House Restricted to CMBC staff only Workforce DevelopmentBook via iTrent Safeguarding briefings:Would you know where to signpost young people or colleagues in Calderdale if you had concerns?  Do you know about common indicators of HBV and/or abuse/neglect? Over view of EISA; Overview of FGM; Overview of HBV; PREVENT updates.These sessions are designed to raise awareness of indicators and referral processes within CalderdaleNOT TRAINING – all will signpost to CSCB training programme.
Friday 13th10:00 to 11:00 Valley Road Medical Centre, Hebden Bridgeplease note, no parking is available at the practice, please use on street parking Open to all Staff Karen Marsden Karen.marsden2@cht.nhs.uk   01422 224570 (CHFT Safeguarding Team Administrator) bookings can be made 9-5 Mon-Fri. Older People and Domestic Abuse: aimed at community staff who work with older people to look at indicators of elder abuse and how to seek support.  Facilitated by Gwen Clyde-Evans (Domestic Abuse Lead) and PC Hall
Friday 13th10:00 to 13:00 Friends Meeting House, Clare Road, Halifax, HX1 2HX Open to public and not for profit groups Drop-inSteve Blackmansteveb@nbforum.org.uk01422 356758 Drop-in anytime between 10-1pm for free advice and support around any safeguarding issues. We can provide model policies, arrange free safeguarding training and offer a health check on your safeguarding procedures
Friday 13th10:00 to 12:30 St John’s Health Centre Open to all Staff Karen Marsden Karen.marsden2@cht.nhs.uk   01422 224570 (CHFT Safeguarding Team Administrator) bookings can be made 9-5 Mon-Fri. Making Safeguarding Personal: aimed at community staff, to look at updates in the multi-agency policy and procedures for safeguarding adults.  Facilitated by Anne Brier, Named Nurse Safeguarding Adults CHFT
Friday 13th10:00 to 12:00 Halifax Fire Station Community RoomHX1 3JF Open to all West Yorkshire Fire & Rescue serviceKarina Gonzalez01422 386858Mobile:                07825398527 Safe & Well: Introduction to Safe & Well visits by the Fire Service; Case Studies by supporting partners; Public guest speaker; Q&As
Friday 13th10:00 to 16:00 Ferney Lee Residential Care HomeTodmorden Residents of Ferney Lee Residential Home and their families/friends Adults Social Care – Safeguarding Adults TeamSafeguarding Adults TeamConnor Wardell01422 393964 Your home – What makes you feel happy and safe?Raise awareness of Safeguarding Adults to residents and families.Members of the Safeguarding Adults Team will visit the care home and share knowledge with individuals about Safeguarding Adults Policy and Procedures.Support the development of relationships and care planning by asking what makes the person feel happy and safe?Focus on the principle Empowerment: People being supported and encouraged to make their own decisions and informed  consent.
Friday 13th14:00 to 15:00 Halifax Police Stationplease be aware that photo ID badges must be worn otherwise you will not be allowed access Open to all Staff Karen Marsden Karen.marsden2@cht.nhs.uk   01422 224570 (CHFT Safeguarding Team Administrator) bookings can be made 9-5 Mon-Fri. Older People and Domestic Abuse: aimed at community staff who work with older people to look at indicators of elder abuse and how to seek support.  Facilitated by Gwen Clyde-Evans (Domestic Abuse Lead) and PC Hall
Friday 13th14:00 to 16:00 King’s Centre, Park Road, Halifax, HX1 2TS Adult Social Care Staff and any organisation working with adults with ASD Dawn CollinsDawn.Collins@Calderdale.gov.uk 01422 393966  Firstly, an interactive presentation around how adults with autism can fall through the net and secondly, a presentation around planning of services of older people with autism.

Saturday 14th October

Saturday 14th9:30 to 12:30 St George’s House  HX3  5BT Open to all Early Years and Childcare including Out of School Clubs Quality Improvement & WFDworkforcedevelopment@calderdale.gov.uk01422 288357 ‘Referrals- Bringing it All Together’: Meet representatives from EISA and MAST teams; Discuss referrals at tier 3 and 5; Explore practitioner role in accurate recording and referring; Opportunities to ask questions /network

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