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1 AGENDA ITEM NO: REPORT TO Conwy & Denbighshire LSCB Executive Board REPORT BY: Sue Walls, Catherine Mason, Joint Chairs, Training subgroup & Gabrielle Heeney Business Manager DATE: May Safeguarding Training TOPIC This report aims to provide the Board with the information it needs to determine whether it is meeting its responsibilities according to Safeguarding Children: Working Together Under the Children Act 2004 (Working Together) 2 BACKGROUND Section 4.19 of Working Together lists amongst the specific functions of a Safeguarding Board: To review the training needs of those working in the area of the Board with a view to identifying training activities to assist in safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children in the area of the Board And To provide training whose purpose is to assist in safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children in the area of the Board Chapter 11 of outlines the LSCB s responsibilities for Inter-Agency Training and Development, noting, in section 11.11: In all areas it is the responsibility of the LSCB to ensure that single-agency and multiagency training on safeguarding and promoting welfare that meets local needs is provided. Where the LSCB is not itself organizing training, it will still wish to: Comment on the requirements and priorities; and Contribute to the evaluation of the training - in particular, on whether the training is helping to improve safeguarding and promoting welfare in practice. Where necessary, the LSCB should challenge and hold agencies to account for their training provision. 3 THE TRAINING YEAR 3.1 The Training Needs Analysis A Training Needs Analysis was conducted in January Eight completed forms were received, half of which were from the voluntary sector.

2 3.2 Training Needs & the Training Programme A brief summary of the issues on which agencies wanted the LSCB to provide training during is given in Appendix 1. The exercise identified a need for training on Inappropriate Sexualised Behaviour, and also on Children living in Families with Domestic Violence, Drug or Alcohol, or Mental Health problems, which echoed the LSCB s priorities. The Training Programme was constructed in response to the training needs analysis, and in response to the the LSCB s priorities for that year. The Training need on Inappropriate Sexualised Behaviour was met by two courses running in September 2011 and March The Introduction to Child Protection course was also revised during the year and now also serves as a refresher course, thereby meeting another expressed training need. The training need on Compromised Parenting (Children living in Families with Domestic Violence, Drug or Alcohol, or Mental Health problems) remains unmet. However, plans are underway to deliver a course in September The large event on Learning from Serious Case Reviews has also been carried forward to , now re-named Learning from Practice Reviews to reflect proposed revisions to the process, our pilot Child Practice Review, and in order to include learning from Cases of Special Interest/ Multi-agency Professional Forums Training Course attendance Details of training courses delivered by the LSCB, and attendance by agency, is given at Appendix 2. It can be seen from Appendix 2 that the LSCB continued to support safeguarding training in the Voluntary Sector, with 30% of attendees on our training events coming from this area. However, it can also be seen that North Wales Police and Wales Probation Trust are poorly represented in the overall attendance figures, at 1% each Course evaluation Although 486 people attended the training events, only 295 evaluation forms were available to collate. The LSCB s first conference evaluation was qualitative rather than quantitative, and therefore, this is not included in the evaluation figures. The evaluation form asks how beneficial the course was, and it is the responses to this question that have been collated. The results are available at Appendix 3. The available evaluation forms show that 91% of respondents found the courses useful or very useful TRAINING NEEDS ANALYSIS In collaboration with Flintshire and Wrexham LSCB, Conwy & Denbighshire LSCB conducted a training needs analysis during the last quarter of The training needs analysis form asked agencies to: provide details of single agency safeguarding training delivered; provide information on the numbers of staff for whom safeguarding training is relevant/ necessary; Identify training needs for single agencies to address; Identify training needs for the LSCB to address.

3 No response was received from both Counties Housing Services, or from Denbighshire Education and Youth Services; therefore these services are not represented in the remainder of this report. 4.1 Single agency training places delivered Table 1, below, shows the numbers of places filled on single agency safeguarding training courses during More detailed information on training courses and the categories of staff trained can be found in Appendix 4 Table1: Single agency training places delivered Staff Category Code Number of safeguarding training places filled In regular contact with children & young people A 1,503 Work regularly with children & young people B 1, 893 With particular responsibility for safeguarding children & young C 45 people Combined groups B&C B&C 112 Total 3, Numbers of staff for whom safeguarding training is relevant The Training Needs Analysis (TNA) asked partners to identify staff who require safeguarding training, that is, those who fall into the categories listed in Table 1. The purpose of this exercise is not only to provide a picture of the demand for safeguarding training, but also to begin to create a database of those who need training, and those who have received it. This will begin to provide the LSCB with the information it needs to assess whether single and multi-agency training is meeting the needs of those working in the area (Section 4.19 of Working Together). More detailed information on the numbers of staff, by agency, is provided in Appendix 5. Table2: Numbers of staff for whom safeguarding training is relevant Staff Category Code Number of staff where safeguarding training ids relevant In regular contact with children & young people A 5,530 Work regularly with children & young people B 7,063 With particular responsibility for safeguarding children & young C 1,987 people Combined groups B&C B&C 40 Total 14,620

4 4.3 Single Agency Safeguarding Training Details of the training courses that were identified for single agencies to provide are given in Appendix LSCB Safeguarding Training Details of the training courses that were identified for the LSCB to provide are given in Appendix 7. Several of the expressed training needs have been met via the Inappropriate Sexualised Behaviour events, and will be met through the planned Compromised Parenting event in September The introduction to Child Protection continues to be identified as a training need to be met by the LSCB. In response to the TNA, the Training subgroup has developed a draft training calendar. This can be found at Appendix 8. The estimated cost to deliver the programme of training events is 7.5k. 4 Recommendations That the Board accepts the training calendar and associated budget for FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS The costs of the training courses to be delivered by the LSCB are as follows: Compromised Parenting 2k Learning from Practice Reviews 2k Another large event to be determined 2k Introduction to Child Protection 1.5k Total Training budget 2012/13: 7.5k

5 Appendix Training Needs Analysis Agencies who responded: Denbighshire Children & Family Services Public Health Wales LSCB Business Manager Conwy & Denbighshire Community Safety Partnership Hafan Cymru Action for Children NSPCC ARCH Initiatives Cymru Training needs for the LSCB to meet: Refresher course in child Protection need met Distinct course on children and domestic abuse/ drug/ alcohol x 3 course planned for 2012 Intermediate Child Protection Training Level 3 Child Protection training Sexual Abuse Training x 2 (training has been provided on sexually inappropriate behaviour) Mediation and Family interventions Crisis Intervention Sexual Health Awareness need met Equal Opportunities Mental Health Awareness - course planned for 2012 Internet Safety x 2 Core Groups GP training for Case Conferences Board Member induction / development AIM sexual behaviour course need met Information provided: referrals, core groups, conferences Neglect ( need met during )

6 Appendix 2 LSCB Delivered Training Courses & Attendance by Agency Training Course CCBC - CFS CCBS - Ed DCC - CFS Child Protection Inappropriate Sexualised Behaviour Legal Training LSCB Annual Conference DCC - Ed Voluntary Probation YJS NW Police CCBC Youth Private School Totals Did not attend Totals Percentage 23% 15% 9% 10% 4% 30% 1% 4% 1% 1% 2% 100%

7 Appendix 3 Training Course Evaluations: collated results for the question on usefulness Course Evaluations Question 4 How beneficial has this course been for you?* not useful* some use* useful* very useful* Introduction to Child Protection Child Protection Refresher Inappropriate Sexualised Behaviour Introduction to Child Protection Introduction to Child Protection Child Protection Refresher Introduction to Child Protection Legal Training Risky Children/Children at Risk (ISB under 12 s) LSCB Annual Conference Totals Percentage 3% 6% 26% 65%* Note: Responses to similarly worded questions, and evaluation measures, have been amalgamated.

8 Single Agency Training Provided Appendix 4 Single Agency Training provided Regular contact with c & yp Work regularly with c & yp Particular responsibility for safeguarding c & yp Agency Agency course A B C B&C Level 2 Awareness Training-Data (required 3 yearly) Caada Dash (Domestic Violence) Emergency Department Training Level Miscellaneous Training Level Honour Based Violence Midwifery Safeguarding Level 3 Domestic Abuse Training DVSC NSPCC Everybody's business CAFCASS Cymru Forced Marriage & Honour Based Violence CAFCASS Cymru Revised Private Law Programme Safeguarding Training CAFCASS Cymru Safeguarding Children & Young People at Risk of Sexual Exploitation CCBC CFS CP for foster Carers CCBC CFS CP for direct contact CCBC CFS Sexual Abuse for Foster Carers CCBC CFS CP for summer playscheme CCBC CFS CP for play rangers CCBC CFS s47 medicals CCBC CFS CP & DV (M Caulder) CCBC CFS Sexual Abuse and CP (M Caulder) CCBC CFS Court skills CCBC CFS ABE (single agency) 0 9 0

9 Single Agency Training provided Regular contact with c & yp Work regularly with c & yp Particular responsibility for safeguarding c & yp CCBC CFS Baby P lessons CCBC CFS Honour Based Violence CCBC CFS Mangement of Sexually Harmful Behaviour CCBC CFS CP & the internet CCBC CFS CP & sexual abuse CCBC ESW CP Training Other LSCB Training - allegations against a CCBC ESW professional CCBC Youth Service SERAF CCBC Youth Service Sexual Exploitation Conwy & Denbighshire CSP One Day Basic DA Course??? Conwy & Denbighshire CSP CAADA DASH RIC Training??? Conwy & Denbighshire CSP HBV/FM/FGM train the trainers CVSC None DCC C&FS Adult & Child Protection 60* 0 0 DCC C&FS Joint Investigation DCC C&FS Achieving Best Evidence DCC C&FS Assessment Training DCC C&FS CP & the Internet DCC C&FS Court Skills DCC C&FS Engaging with difficult Families DCC C&FS Safer Caring - helping protect C&YP

10 Single Agency Training provided Regular contact with c & yp Work regularly with c & yp Particular responsibility for safeguarding c & yp NACRO Safeguarding/ Child Protection NW Housing None NSPCC CP Foundation Course NSPCC Essential Safeguarding Skills NW Police SCAIDP PHW (via external providers) Level 2 Safeguarding PHW Sexual Exploitation PHW Domestic violence PHW Neglect PHW Referral Wales Probation Trust Child Protection levels 2& Wales Probation Trust CP & the Internet Wales Probation Trust Child Sexual Exploitation in Wales YJS none Total

11 Numbers of staff requiring Safeguarding Training Appendix 5 From the Training Needs Analysis Agency Staff category A Staff Category B Staff Category C DVSC CAFCASS Cymru CCBC CFS CCBC Genesis & Flying Start CCBC ESW CCBC Youth Service Conwy & Denbighshire CSP??? CVSC DCC C&FS NACRO??? NW Housing NSPCC NW Police Public Health Wales Wales Probation Trust Youth Justice Service Categories of staff are listed in the Training Strategy

12 Training Needs for Agencies to deliver Appendix 6 Training Needs Category of Staff Agency Course A B C B&C Agency to deliver Referral Process Recognition Record Keeping/Consent/Confidentiality Domestic Abuse 0? 0 Honour & Female Genital Mutilation 0? 0 Prudic Process Sexual Abuse/Exploitation Categories of Abuse CAFCASS Cymru CAFCASS Cymru Training on using the new CAFCASS Cymru Domestic Abuse Framework and associated tools CAFCASS Cymru Safeguarding Children & Young People at Risk of Sexual Exploitation CAFCASS Cymru CAFCASS Cymru Revised Private Law Programme Safeguarding Training CAFCASS Cymru CAFCASS Cymru Training on using the new CAFCASS Cymru Domestic Abuse Framework and associated tools CAFCASS Cymru CCBC Youth Service Basic CP Training CCBC

13 Training Needs Category of Staff Agency Course A B C B&C Agency to deliver DCC C&FS Protecting disabled Children from Harm 0 0 0? CCBC CCBC C&FS Infant contact during care [proceedings CCBC (BAFF) CCBC C&FS Protecting Disabled Children from harm CCBC (In -Trac) CCBC C&FS Parenting Assessments CCBC (M Caulder) CCBC C&FS Kinship Carers CCBC (M Caulder) CCBC C&FS PAMS Parent assessments for court reports (NW - wide) CCBC (Sue McGraw) CCBC C&FS Revised Mental Health protocol 0? 0 CCBC / LSCB CCBC ESW Internet Safety??? CCBC ESW CCBC ESW Allegations against professionals??? CCBC ESW DCC C&FS Threshold of Neglect DCC (NSPCC & AfC) DCC C&FS Focussing on Outcomes DCC (NSPCC & AfC) NSPCC Child Exploitation NSPCC CCBC C&FS Joint Investigation Training NWP, CCBC & DCC CCBC C&FS Achieving Best Evidence NWP, CCBC & DCC Total

14 Appendix 7 Training Needs for LSCB to deliver Training Needs Category of Staff Agency Course A B C B&C Agency to deliver Mental Health & Safeguarding Children LSCB Serious Case Review Outcome LSCB Substance Misuse and Safeguarding LSCB Fabricated Illness LSCB Learning Disabilities and Safeguarding Children LSCB Emotional Abuse & Neglect LSCB Internet Abuse LSCB Conwy & Denbighshire CSP HBV/FM/FGM??? LSCB Conwy & Denbighshire CSP CAADA DASH RIC 0?? LSCB Basic Child Protection CVSC Awareness LSCB Child Sexual Exploitation/SERAF LSCB CVSC NSPCC Sexualised Behaviour LSCB NW Police Forced Marriage LSCB NW Police FGM LSCB NW Police Trafficking LSCB DVSC Basic Awareness refresher LSCB CCBC Youth Service CEOP LSCB CCBC Youth Service Sexual Exploitation LSCB DCC C&FS Legal Training LSCB

15 Training Needs Category of Staff Agency Course A B C B&C Agency to deliver DCC C&FS Intro to CP refresher LSCB NW Housing Basic CP awareness LSCB PHW Child Sexual Exploitation?? 2 LSCB PHW FGM?? 0 LSCB PHW Forced Marriage?? 0 LSCB PHW Trafficking?? 0 LSCB Basic Awareness (new Wales Probation Trust entrants)??? LSCB Child Protection level 2 (new entrants)??? LSCB Wales Probation Trust Youth Justice Service Basic CP LSCB Youth Justice Service Refresher level 2 CP LSCB Youth Justice Service Sexual Exploitation LSCB CP level 2&3 plus modules Wales Probation Trust DCV/MH/ SM? LSCB / WPT Wales Probation Trust Child Sexual Exploitation? LSCB/ WBT / NWP Wales Probation Trust Child Sexual Offending & the Internet? LSCB/ WBT / NWP

16 Draft LSCB Training Calendar APPENDIX 8 Ref Key Tasks Milestones Target date Outcome measure(s) Lead person / agency Task Group members T5 Deliver the Training calendar Introduction to CP / refresher 23 rd April 2012 Course delivered, attendance by agency, evaluation, impact assessment Introduction to CP / refresher Introduction to CP / refresher Introduction to CP / refresher Introduction to CP / refresher 29 th June Course delivered, attendance by agency, evaluation, impact assessment 7 th July Course delivered, attendance by agency, evaluation, impact assessment 14 th September 14 th November Course delivered, attendance by agency, evaluation, impact assessment Course delivered, attendance by agency, evaluation, impact assessment Compromised Parenting Learning from Practice Reviews September 2012 Jan/Feb 2013 Course delivered, attendance by agency, evaluation, impact assessment Course delivered, attendance by agency, evaluation, impact assessment

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