Trilateral Research, Lincolnshire Police & NWG invite you to a demonstration of Cesium, a partnership tool to tackle Child Exploitation
Trilateral Research, Lincolnshire Police and The NWG would like to bring you up to date and demonstrate by way of FREE webinar the development of CESIUM, their cutting-edge partnership tool to tackle child exploitation and offer early intervention opportunities. The CESIUM application will be presented and demonstrated at two identical webinars to ensure opportunities for all to attend.
The webinars are aimed at individuals from all agencies (statutory and voluntary) who are involved in tackling the exploitation of children. The webinars will provide all attendees with an overview of the CESIUM product, how it can be utilised by variety of agencies and the opportunities CESIUM offers all professionals in tackling exploitation.
The two dates for the webinar are.
Wednesday 24th March 2021 between 10.30hrs-12.30hrs- Tickets HERE
Thursday 25th March 2021 between 13.00hrs-15.00hrs- Tickets HERE
Password to register: Spring2021
CESIUM supports the fight against child exploitation in a number of ways; it can search systems and present professionals with information that they hold but is often hidden or scattered in a variety of places. CESIUM then presents this information in a meaningful way for the attention of professional’s and helps child safeguarding partnerships to work together to safeguard children and respond to the direction of policy in this area.
CESIUM does not make decisions for professionals, it ensures that they have the right information, in a timely fashion, in order to apply their own professional judgement and to determine what action needs to be taken to safeguard a child.
It can help determine potential victims or perpetrators of exploitation and assist in the identification of locations where exploitation is taking place.
Please see at this LINK a recent blog from the project manager which explains in more detail the creation and development of CESIUM.
A full agenda will be published nearer to the event which will include senior stakeholder guest speakers who will bring you up to date on the wider national agenda within child safeguarding as well as the use of data analytics and its relationship to CESIUMs approach.
Assessing Suicide in Kids Workshop
The ASK Workshop is the only internationally accredited suicide prevention workshop that specifically addresses suicide risk in children.
It is designed for professionals working with children of ages 5-14 years and seeks to challenges commonly held notions about children’s capacity to consider suicide, and provide them with practical tools that support their understanding of what can best help a child contemplating suicide.
3rd & 4th February 2021, 9am-1.30pm both days
21st & 22nd April 2021, 9am-1.30pm both days
£80 per person
To book your place or for more information please contact email@example.com
Exploitation and Modern Slavery – Virtual Training
Aim: This training is being provided by Willow, Thames Valley Partnership and is designed for front line workers and those who manage them to myth bust and help workers gain awareness of the issues around exploitation and human trafficking, understand what this area of crime is about, what factors make people vulnerable, as well as considering the victim’s perspective such as the barriers to disclosure.
Objectives: The session will help you understand exploitation and or/modern slavery including the risks, raise awareness around signs you may spot in your work capacity, what you can do about it as well as giving you information about the referral process for support.
Format & length: 3 hour webinar via zoom (with breaks)
Who should attend? If your work puts you in contact with situations where you may spot the signs of exploitation, then this training will be extremely valuable to you. You do NOT need to have any prior knowledge of Modern Slavery or Exploitation.
The training is part of a county wide commitment to increase the awareness and understanding around Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking, which sits within the work of Safer Buckinghamshire Plan- Protecting Vulnerable Adults and Children priority.
Dates and charges:
- 21st January 2021 – 9.30am or 1pm
- 11th March 2021 – 9.30am or 1pm
The training is free of charge
*Cancellation Policy: Should a delegate withdraw from the training, a financial penalty will be incurred proportionate to the amount of notice given, the ability to fill the space with a waiting list candidate and the reason for the withdrawal. If a cancellation is received with less than 48 hrs notice, or the delegate fails to attend the training, s/he will be charged £50.
Bookings: can be made via the following Eventbrite link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/thames-valley-partnership-willow-19999676564 where you can also sign up to the waiting list for further sessions.
Free Safeguarding Webinars
Please find details of a range of Webinars that have been made available with regards to identifying safeguarding concerns. Please feel free to distribute the email within your own organisations and book directly using the email address provided.
WISH training (Sexual Health)
The WISH training programme is commissioned by Buckinghamshire County Council. All courses are facilitated by the Terrence Higgins Trust, a specialist sexual health service that is part of the new Buckinghamshire Sexual Health and Wellbeing service. The overall aim of the WISH programme is to promote the sexual health and wellbeing of all Buckinghamshire residents and to equip those working with individuals of all ages, gender, ethnicity, disability or sexuality with the knowledge, skills and tools to develop resilience, respect and to promote consensual healthy and safe sexual relationships.
These are multi-agency courses for all those who are currently working with young people / vulnerable adults, to enable them to work effectively with people around sexual health and relationships in either one to one or group situations.
For information on current courses please click here.
The Child and Adolescent Harmful Behaviour Service (CAHBS)
CAHBS is a specialised non-mental health element of an integrated service model of care in the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) within Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust. Operating across Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire, CAHBS support a multi-agency response, offering largely consultancy-based service, to young people (up to age 18) displaying concerning sexual behaviour.
Please contact CAHBS directly if you are interested in specific training on topics related to inappropriate or harmful sexual behaviour and understanding risk to others.
Bucks New University: Child Protection and Adult Safeguarding Courses
If you are looking to improve your understanding of safeguarding and the complexities of working in this rapidly changing field, an MSc Child Protection and Adult Safeguarding from Bucks could be for you. Please see below links for full and part time courses: –
- Full time course – https://bucks.ac.uk/courses/postgraduate/child-protection-and-adult-safeguarding-ft
- Part time course – https://bucks.ac.uk/courses/postgraduate/child-protection-and-adult-safeguarding-pt
Informed by the areas of expertise of the lecturing staff in the social work, policing and community health teams, this master’s programme covers a range of optional areas of study including disability, victimisation and health.
If you feel uncertain about committing to a full master’s programme, our Critical Practice in Child Protection and Adult Safeguarding is only 15 weeks and is a perfect introduction to this area.
Call Bucks New University on 0330 123 2023 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
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