This toolkit has been developed to make learning from serious child safeguarding incidents more accessible to everyone who has a role to play to safeguard children and young people. The content draws on 10 key principles that came out of a reflective learning event with safeguarding partners and schools.
This toolkit has resources to help raise awareness about the risk factors identified from the most common themes identified in the Annual Report of the Child Safeguarding Practice Review Panel (2018-2019) to help prevent future serious child safeguarding incidents. It has also been designed to meet the training needs set out in recognised safeguarding competency frameworks, at Level 1 to 4, and a certificate will be issued for your Continuous Professional Development (CPD) records following the completion of the e-learning module.
The training resources include an animation introducing the 10 principles through the voice of the child, a case study on a serious child safeguarding incident, and a 'what happened next' animation about how incidents are managed by the multi-agency partnership.
The 10 Principles for learning from case reviews have been developed to help prevent further serious injuries and child deaths from happening in the future.
These are the most common themes for learning from Serious Case Reviews and recently published Child Safeguarding Practice Reviews (local and national).
This is a free e-learning module based on 10 cases highlighted by the Child Safeguarding Practice Review Panel and those recently published on the NSPCC case review repository.
The training resources are based on learning from the investigations into the circumstances of children and young people who have been seriously injured or died as a result of neglect, abuse or extra-familial harm.
This is an overview for professionals involved in the Child Safeguarding Practice Review process under Working Together 2018, including resources about the management of child safeguarding incidents.