The training resources have been designed to convey the 10 Principles and draws on the learning from case reviews that have been published on the NSPCC case review portal in the past two years, the triennial analysis of SCRs and key messages highlighted in the first annual report of the national Child Safeguarding Practice Review panel. It consists of the following components:
1. E-learning modules
Trainers are advised to complete the level 3 module which contains the 10 case scenarios, and to then progress to level 4 to advance their knowledge and understanding. The modules has been designed to take notes throughout the module which can be downloaded at the end. The animation scripts can also be downloaded from the sight. The free e-learning can be accessed here
2. NSPCC case review repository
Most of the cases can be found on the NSPCC case repository by searching on the name, but also contains material from reports where the child was not given a name. They have all been published in the period 2017-2019.
3. 10 Principles
The 10 principles are available as handouts, see below, and also as trainers guidance notes.
4. Animated videos
We have developed a series of three videos that can be used in a wide range of settings e.g staff or team briefings, training, seminars or in larger events.
The three video clips are available in the "Useful Resources" on this page, and have also been embedded in the bite-sized modules
5. Bite sized training modules
Two presentations have been prepared that can be used in staff/team briefings, or short training sessions and signpost to the e-learning modules for more in-depth learning
6. Case scenarios
The 10 cases scenarios are the real lived experiences of children who feature in published SCRs, and have been selected to convey learning from eight commonly repeated SCR themes. The case scenarios can be downloaded from the SCR theme page.
The e-learning exercises can be run as a live session, and have been included as questions to explore in the bite sized modules designed to explore the following areas:
Neglect often apply to serious child safeguarding incidents, and the exercises and guidance on childhood neglect will assist in training delivery and are available here
The content of the Toolkit website has been developed to provide guidance for trainers and includes the following:
Further training resources will be added to the site as they become available.
Two bitesized training modules have been developed, the first introduces the 10 Principles through the voice of the child; the second, brings alive and applies the 10 Principles through a case study, through the voice of the child.
The bitesized modules can be used in a wide range of settings e.g staff or team briefings, training, seminars or in larger events.
The summary of the 10 Principles are available as handouts and also available as an link to access the details online after an event.
The 10 Principles guidance document has been designed to help facilitate the sessions, and there are additional video clips to illustrate the learning underpinning the principles.
The resources on the Toolkit website have been developed to support facilitators, and can be used to expand the content of the presentations - they are far form fixed, and can be adapted to fit a broad range of contexts to help share the learning from serious child safeguarding incidents.
The following three animated video clips are available here: