The abuse and neglect of children and adults at risk presents a significant learning challenge. It is imperative that frontline staff and volunteers have an understanding of the key themes of abuse and neglect and the frameworks in place to manage concerns.
The Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Safeguarding Partnership Board is committed to providing an effective training programme to all agencies across Cambridgeshire and offers a variety of courses to augment single-agency training. Research has shown that multi-agency training is highly effective in helping professionals understand their respective roles and responsibilities, the procedures of each agency involved in safeguarding children and adults at risk, and in developing a shared understanding of assessment and decision-making practices.
Currently, all of our courses are offered via Microsoft Teams.
The following courses are offered throughout the year:
|Working with Child Exploitation|
|Understanding and Responding to Child Neglect|
|Understanding and Responding to Fabricated and Induced Illness|
|Introduction to Young Carers|
|Working Together to Safeguard Children|
|Hoarding and Safeguarding Adults|
|Safeguarding Adults and the Mental Capacity Act|
|Self-Neglect and Safeguarding Adults at Risk|
|Working Together to Safeguard Adults|
|Disclosure and Barring Service: Understanding Barring|
|Disclosure and Barring Service: Understanding Eligibility and Disclosure|
|Understanding the Impact of Parental Substance Misuse|
|Understanding the Effects of Substance Misuse & Current Trends|