LSCP training and resources

Hammersmith and Fulham LSCP have a long established relationship with our bi-borough colleagues in Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster.

We have an agreement to share our learning and development resources with them and this is not going to change currently. This means that our partners in different organisations in Hammersmith & Fulham can still access all the training opportunities available here: LSCP safeguarding children training

Training

To access LSCP training schedule see LSCP training and resources (rbkc.gov.uk)

Child exploitation and gangs awareness workshop

Systemic approaches to safeguarding children

This is an introductory session, delivered by systemically trained practitioners, to share with participants the core principles of systemic pproaches and their application in safeguarding children contexts. This session will aim to demonstrate how systemic ideas can complement existing approaches to our day-to-day work and will include a combination of presentations, discussions and group exercises.

Learning outcomes

  • Creating a learning environment in which ideas, views and beliefs can be shared in respectful and appreciative ways.
  • To gain familiarity with core aspects of systemic approaches and how they may assist in out day to day work.
  • To critically examine how issues of power, difference and privilege contribute to thinking and actions in safeguarding contexts
  • To develop an understanding of systemic approaches to assessing and managing risk with an emphasis on collaboration, rigour and coherence.

In light of the Covid-19 outbreak, the Local Safeguarding Children Partnership is working to adapt the safeguarding children training offer. The following workshops will be delivered online and bookings are now open. Instructions for how to join using Microsoft Teams or Zoom will be sent to delegates who secure a place the week before the workshop. All LSCP training remains open to colleagues who work in Hammersmith and Fulham,  Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster.

Pan London multi agency safeguarding training sessions

Please see below details of 3 pan London multi agency safeguarding training sessions that have been organised by the London Safeguarding Children Board.

These sessions are open to all and are free of charge. Please have a look at the links for more information.

If you have any queries please email Daksha Mistry daksha.mistry@kingrichlscb.org.uk.

If you have any booking queries please email Nilam Taheem Nilam.Taheem@londoncouncils.gov.uk

Resources

Private fostering

If you are looking after someone else’s child aged under 16 (under 18, if disabled) full-time for 28 days or more, and you are not the step-parent, grandparent, aunt, uncle, brother or sister of that child, then you may be a ‘private foster carer’. The law says you must tell your local council if you care for a child under a private fostering arrangement. It is not private fostering if the arrangement was made by social services.

For more information and for examples of private fostering situations see private fostering

Speak CAMHS Helpline: 0800 328 4444 

Information on a new service for children and young people under 18 and who live in Hammersmith and Fulham, Ealing or Hounslow and are in need help and support. The aim is to offer telephone support via a helpline number, which includes basic counselling and problem-solving to young people and their families. The helpline is run by healthcare professionals wo are familiar with local services and have a range of specialist knowledge, to help support and advise young people and their families.

Find out more about Speak CAHMS helpline