Level 3 Safeguarding Children Training      -      Workshops for Primary Care GPs & Nurses

Level 3 Safeguarding Children workshops are arranged and facilitated by WPEM Limited and experienced professionals from Harrogate Foundation Trust Safeguarding Children Team. The training is based on the competencies identified in the Intercollegiate Document ‘Safeguarding Children and Young People: Roles and Competencies for Health Professionals’ (2014). These guidelines have been interpreted by designated professionals who recommend that Core Clinicians receive 6-8 hours (minimum) over a 3 year period and Safeguarding Practice Leads receive 12-16 hours (minimum) over a 3 year period. As Safeguarding advice is constantly updated it is considered best practice to receive regular as oppose to bulk updates where possible. WPEM Limited will continue to invite both GPS and Nurses to level 3 updates, the workshops will be offered in three hourly sessions at regular intervals throughout the year.  The content will be updated on a rolling annual basis which runs April to April. Current Course Content April 2018 – March 2019
  • Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and Impact of Adult Behaviours on Children
  • NY Learning Lessons review Child F
  • Fabricated and Induced Illness in Children
  • Prevent Graphic Novel
  • Guidance and Policy Update
Dates & Venues 2018 - 2019 23rd April 2018 York Novotel 11th June 2018 Pavilions of Harrogate 26th September 2018 York Novotel  19th November 2018 Pavilions of Harrogate 5th   March 2019 Pavilions of Harrogate Ample free parking at both venues.   Registration Times 12.15 – 12.45 Registration & Lunch, view exhibition stands 12.45 – 14.15 Hot Topics 14.15 – 14.30 Refreshments, view exhibition stands 14.30 – 16.00 Hot Topics Close   The cost of the training is £30.00 (inc VAT) this cost has been subsidised by input from the pharmaceutical industry with no obligation from attendees. To reserve your place please use the contact me option. A registration form can be requested by contacting ellieholmes@wpem.co.uk or ellie.holmes1@nhs.net direct.