Helping to keep children and young people safe in Derby and Derbyshire
The DDSCP have updated the Training and Development Programme with new courses between October and December 2019 for staff who work in Derby and Derbyshire.
In addition to the training courses provided by DDSCP there are four new training resources which can be accessed via the Training tab, please follow the link on the page, additional training materials. The resources can be used during induction sessions, team meetings or for your own personal development.
This film has been made to help explain to children and young people what is likely to happen if they report sexual abuse to the police.
The film was developed in partnership with young people, the police, children's social care, University Hospitals of Derby and Burton, the Derby City Commuications Team and SV2. Film duration 15 minutes.
With the help of the Children in Care Council, Firs Primary School and the First Contact Team we now have a 6 minute film which focuses on 'Recognising, Responding, Referring and Recording Abuse'. The film is a very useful summary and gives two illustrations about how to talk with a child when there are concerns about abuse.
With the help of partners in Early Years and Health we have produced a 7 minute film to highlight issues of safe sleep, nappy sacks and soothing a baby. The film also incorporates the film 'Don't Shake Your Baby'. The film can be used with parents, staff working in Early Years, Health or Social Care.
This is a 20 minutes audio podcast featuring Pop Gill, Prevent and Cohesion Manager. Pop talks through the current national and local picture, the groups that are most vulnerable, identifying when modern slavery is taking place and how people need to respond.