E-Learning

Additional e-learning modules, resources & guidance during Coronavirus measures

Tameside Safeguarding Children Partnership has suspended all Multi-Agency Training until the end of April 2020 when the decision will be reviewed. As an interim measure we would like to make available to the workforce a number of free national resources, which are listed below. There are useful links to online resources on a wide variety of topics that you might find useful.

The list is divided into two sections; the first section deals with concern over increased vulnerability and risk, which may present because of families being confined through measures designed to combat COVID-19. Domestic Abuse, Mental Health, Substance Misuse, Online Safety etc. The second section deals with wider safeguarding issues.

PLEASE NOTE: The resources and training below DOES NOT REPLACE the usual pathways of training on offer in our programme of training under normal circumstances. Neither does it replace our usual system of operation of e-learning, which links modules with face-to-face training. The intention is to supplement your continuing professional development in these unusual times.

The resources are free, but some require you to register in order to login and undertake the training or access resources. The Partnership is not responsible for the content of the resources or registration/login requirements. You should however maintain an individual record of the training you undertake and share this with whoever is responsible for maintaining relevant records in your setting.

Click on the links for each course/resources below;

Section 1: Issues involving increased risk or vulnerability

Child Criminal Exploitation: ‘Crossing the Line’ https://www.crossingtheline2019.co.uk/

Child Sexual Abuse - How to spot CSE - Seen and Heard

Child Sexual Exploitation for Health Practitioners: Brook - CSE for Health Practitioners

Child Sexual Exploitation for Parents: Virtual College - CSE for Parents

Child Sexual Exploitation: PACE - Child Sexual Exploitation: PACE

Child Sexual Exploitation: CSE Learning Tool: PACE - Keep them Safe

Child Sexual Exploitation: School/Parent Resource - ThinkUknow

Children and Young People's Mental Health: MindEd - Children and Young People's Mental Health

Consent, Sexual Behaviours and Child Sexual Exploitation: Brook Learning - Consent, Sexual Behaviour and CSE

Coronavirus (COVID -19): Support for victims of domestic abuse – Gov.uk – Corona Virus - Covid-19 - Support for victims of domestic abuse

Domestic abuse and COVID-19: Safe lives - Domestic Abuse & Covid 19

Domestic Abuse/Toxic Trio Toolkit: AVA Project - Domestic Abuse

Health and Wellbeing: Parent info article – ‘How to look after your family’s mental health when you’re stuck indoors’ - How to look after your familys mental health and stuck indoors

Online Safety: CEOP - Online Safety

Online Safety: Learning about online safety at home – Home activity packs - Home Activity Worksheets

Online Safety: Parents Help Sheet: Primary - Think U Know - Primary Parents Helpsheet

Online Safety: Parents Help Sheet: Secondary - Think U Know - Secondary Parents Helpsheet

Online Safety: Parent info website – Help and advice for families in a digital world – Parent Info Website

Parental substance Misuse and the effect on Parenting: HM Govt - Parental Substance Misuse and effect on Parenting

Section 2: Wider safeguarding issues

ACES: Introduction to Adverse Childhood Experiences - Aces Online Learning

Adverse Childhood Experiences - ACE's Video

Anti-Bullying Alliance - Anti-Bullying Alliance

Attachment in children and young people who are adopted or in care: NICE - Children's Attachment

Attachment Theory - The basic principles of Attachment Theory: Iriss - Understanding Attachment Theory

Child Neglect E-learning: SCIE - Child Neglect

Children of Prisoners: SCIE - Children of Prisoners

Children's Rights: Coram International - Children's Rights

Contextual Safeguarding Network - Contextual Safeguarding Network

FGM: Home Office - Female Genital Mutilation: Home Office

Foster Caring: British Red Cross - Foster Caring

Forced Marriage: An Awareness: Virtual College - Awareness of Forced Marriage

Gender Non-Conforming Young People: GIRES - Understanding and supporting gender non-conforming young people

Parental mental Health and Families: SCIE - Parental Mental Health and Families

Safeguarding Child Victims of Human Trafficking 'In Your Hands': ECPAT UK - In Your Hands

Safeguarding Disabled Children: Disability Matters - Safeguarding Disabled Children

Self-Harm and Risky Behaviour: MindEd - Self Harm and Risky Behaviour

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TSCP minimum standards for basic single agency safeguarding children awareness raising training are designed to assure that relevant training across all agencies and services in Tameside is delivered to a consistently high standard. They will be utilised by the Learning Improvement and Activity Sub- Group to quality assure relevant training. It should be noted that basic single agency awareness training should not be utilised to negate the requirement for professionals or volunteers in Tameside, whose work brings them into with children and their families, from acquiring or refreshing their Multi-Agency safeguarding knowledge via TSCP’s Multi-Agency Training Offer.

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  • What to do if you are worried about a child

    If you think a child is being abused or mistreated or you have concerns about a child’s well-being please contact one of the numbers shown on this page.

    Your phone call could help to safeguard a child who may be at risk.

    If the situation is immediately dangerous for the child then ring 999 and ask for the Police.

    If the child is not in immediate danger contact:

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