Foundation Module 2 Child Protection Plans and Core Groups (NEW)
Date & Time:
Venue:Surrey History Centre, 130 Goldsworth Road Woking GU21 6NT
Participants must have:
- Completed Foundation Module 1 Multi-Agency Safeguarding Training (previously known as FM1 Introduction to Safeguarding)
Target Group: The course is aimed at practitioners and managers in voluntary, independent and statutory agencies who work predominantly with children, young people and/or their parents/carers and who could contribute to assessing, planning, intervening and evaluating the needs of a child and parenting capacity where there are safeguarding concerns. This course is suitable for those who are likely to contribute to the ongoing assessment of children and families, attend child protection conferences, core groups, be involved in the implementation of child protection plans including all those who are or plan to be designated safegaurding leads in their orgnanisations.
Course Aim: This training builds on the learning from Foundation Module 1. This course aims to provide staff with the opportunity to further develop their knowledge, skills and the ability to work collaboratively on the process for safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, including those who are suffering, or at risk of suffering significant harm. This course will enable practitioners to prepare for, contribute towards and understand the processes involved with child protection conferences, plans and core groups.
By the end of the course participants will have:
- Developed an understanding of their roles and responsibilities in child protection conferences and core groups
- Developed skills and confidence in contributing effectively to conferences, plans and core groups.
- Explored the process of decision making in the child protection conference.
- Developed an understanding of agency roles and contribution to interagency collaboration and planning including the formulation of child protection plans and core groups.
- Understood the Surrey MASH referral process and Safer Surrey Model in relation to conferences, plans and core groups
Venue Details:Surrey History Centre, 130 Goldsworth Road Woking GU21 6NT
(01483 518 737)
There is no parking onsite. Please use local private parking or local pay and display car parks. Red (shoppers) multi-storey car park is a nine minute walk away at Victoria Way, Woking, GU21 6HD.
From the north (Chertsey A320)
Turn right (opposite Toys 'R' Us) into Church Street West which becomes Goldsworth Road. Go across the Morrisons roundabout, and after the zebra crossing turn left into Kingsway for the car park entrance.
From the south (Guildford A320)
Go under the railway bridge and turn immediate left into Goldsworth Road. Turn left into Kingsway for the car park entrance.
From St. John's, Horsell and Dorking
At the west end of Goldsworth Road, turn off at the roundabout into Kingsway. Towards the end of the road, turn left into the Surrey History Centre car park.
Fast trains from London Waterloo take around half an hour to get to Woking. Taxis are available outside the station.
We are 15 minutes walk from Woking railway station. Leave the station by platform one. Turn left out of the station, and walk along the High Street and across the pedestrianised area in front of Boots. Cross at the pelican crossing, continue past the market, and cross at the double pelican crossing. Walk along Goldsworth Road, turning left at the T junction, and continue past the Morrisons roundabout until you see the History Centre on your left.
Four bicycle parking hoops are provided.
Visitors with disabilities
There is reserved parking for visitors with disabilities closest to the front entrance, but spaces should be booked in advance by calling 01483 518737
Lunch is available from local cafes nearby.