Below is information of courses/workshops/e-learning available from outside organisations:
Domestic Abuse is the most common form of violence against women and girls, as well as affecting men and children. As professionals it is important to gain knowledge and awareness of the various forms of violence and the potential impacts.
The Oxfordshire Safeguarding Children Board have a series of webinars which explore these topics further.
The sessions are run by SocialLed trainers. Please see links to the training as well as more information below:
- Domestic abuse: Basic Awareness
- Domestic Abuse: The Impact on Children and Families
- Domestic Abuse: Risk Assessment & Safety Planning
- So-Called Honour Based Abuse and Forced Marriage
- Domestic Abuse: Child/Adolescent to Parent Violence & Abuse (CAPVA)
- Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence
- The Intersection of Domestic Abuse & Protected Characteristics
As a First Responder you are from an organisation authorised to refer potential victims of modern slavery into the National Referral Mechanism (NRM). Your role is to identify and refer potential victims of modern slavery into support, where appropriate. Doing so will often be challenging and you may have to deal with complex situations.
This programme provides guidance on how to spot the signs of modern slavery, and what to do when you come across a potential victim of modern slavery. This programme aims to give you confidence to follow procedures swiftly and with compassion.
Oxfordshire Safeguarding Children Board host a free introductory course for people who work with families, young people and single person households who are homeless or may be at risk of homelessness. You can access the Introduction to Homelessness Course here
Counter-terrorism strategy (CONTEST) 2023
The aim of CONTEST is to reduce the risk from terrorism to the UK, its citizens and interests overseas, so people can live freely and with confidence.
PREVENT Training and Resources
Organisations should make sure that staff have training that gives them the knowledge and confidence to identify individuals at risk of being drawn into radicalisation, and to challenge extremist ideas which can be used to legitimise terrorism and are shared by terrorist groups. They should know where and how to refer those vulnerable to extremism for further help. Prevent awareness training will be a key part of this.
Several national resources are available:
The National Counter Terrorism Policing Headquarters (NCTPHQ), in conjunction with the College of Policing, has developed a general awareness e-learning package for Channel. The package includes information on how Channel links to the Government’s Counter-Terrorism Strategy (CONTEST) through the Prevent strategy, guidance on how to identify people who may be vulnerable to being drawn into terrorism, and how to refer them into the Channel process.
Case studies are included to increase understanding of Channel, which consist of identifying and referring vulnerable individuals to the process. Additionally, information is provided on how to identify appropriate support for the individual concerned.
The Channel General Awareness e-learning is no longer available. It has been replaced by Home Office Prevent eLearning, that can be undertaken to raise awareness about spotting the signs and making a referral to Channel. Three packages are currently available:
This offers an introduction to the Prevent duty and explains how it aims to safeguard vulnerable people from being radicalised to supporting terrorism or becoming terrorists themselves.
This package builds on the Prevent awareness eLearning training. It is designed to make sure that when we share a concern that a vulnerable individual may be being radicalised, that the referral is robust, informed and with good intention, and that the response to that concern is considered, and proportionate.
This training package is for anyone who may be asked to contribute to, sit on, or even run a Channel Panel. It is aimed at all levels, from a professional asked to input and attend for the first time, to a member of staff new to their role and organising a panel meeting.
Once you have completed the courses you will be able to access certificates for proof of completion
- eLearning Preventing Radicalisation (Mental Health) Level 3: https://portal.e-lfh.org.uk/Component/Details/523782. This is also available at https://www.elearning.prevent.homeoffice.gov.uk/mentalhealth
Oxfordshire Referral Form and Pathway :
There is a mandatory training package in place for all taxi drivers, coach drivers and passenger assistants in Oxfordshire.
Who is this training for?
- All licenced drivers within Oxfordshire.
- Drivers applying for new licences in the districts of South Oxfordshire, Vale of White Horse, Oxford City, West Oxfordshire and Cherwell.
- Taxis Drivers, Coach Drivers & Passenger Assistants applying for a new Oxfordshire County Council Transport badge (school badge).
- Taxis Drivers, Coach Drivers & Passenger Assistants applying for a renewal Oxfordshire County Council Transport badge (school badge).
- The new course will include Safeguarding and Disability Awareness Training for coach drivers, taxi drivers and passenger assistants.
- The course will be split into two halves (Disability Awareness Training and Safeguard Training) and will be followed by a compulsory multiple-choice test.
- Attendees must read and understand the Training manual. It compliments the training course and the trainers will be available for any questions you may have relating to the manual throughout the course.
- The combined Safeguarding and Disability Awareness Training will last a minimum of four hours.
- There will be no refreshments provided at any of the courses, but all attendees are very welcome to bring their own food and drink.
- The multiple-choice test will run in test conditions and in a closed book format. There is no time limit for the test and if an attendee needs help with reading the test, the training team will be happy to do this for them if requested. The training team are not able to interpret the course in to other languages and attendees are not able to use mobile translation devices to do so either.
- Applicants who do not pass will fail the course. Details of the implications
- If an attendee is nervous, has any concerns or additional requirements, please email firstname.lastname@example.org ahead of the relevant course date to let the training team know.
- Charges are applicable for all no-shows and late cancellations.
If you require any assistance or have any queries with the new training package and/or booking system please contact us by emailing email@example.com