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For Derbyshire County Council Childrens Managers only

This policy sets out the Councils commitment to employee performance management. This is a key component of the broader organisational performance management process, and a key factor in enabling the Council to make best use of resources, achieve its objectives and deliver high quality services to our customers.The overriding aim of performance management is to achieve continuous improvement within a supportive framework.
Employees Schools Other UsersThis module will instruct you on how to formulate a personal emergency evacuation plan (PEEP) for those who may not be able to get themselves out of a building in an emergency. You will learn who is responsible for constructing the plans and how they should be written.Original content provided by Braintree District Council
  
Employees Schools Other Users

This module is suitable for managers and employees to make them aware of personal safety issues relating to their work and travel.  The module gives a comprehensive understanding of personal safety issues at work with good examples of responsibilities, legal obligations, recognising if there may be a problem and ways to reduce the risk.


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Prevent (Counter Terrorism) eLearning

This eLearning course covers your statutory Prevent duty - to prevent people becoming terrorists or supporting terrorism in all its forms. It includes how to spot the signs that someone may be being radicalised and how to share your concerns.

It is aimed primarily at non-frontline staff, but can be accessed by frontline staff who find it difficult to access Prevent (Counter Terrorism) webinars or WRAP classroom training, from the following organisations:

  • Derbyshire County Council
  • district and borough councils
  • elected members
  • early years providers, including nurseries and childminders
  • schools - suitable for general teaching staff, support staff and governors, who may prefer to access the pre-recorded Prevent (Counter Terrorism) webinar as an alternative. Heads, deputy heads, DSLs and key pastoral staff may find it more useful to attend a live Prevent (Counter Terrorism) webinar or WRAP classroom training (when available). 
  • further and higher education establishments
  • pupil referral units
  • police
  • prisons
  • probation services
  • youth offending services
  • health
  • social care

If you have an account, click on the course title hyperlink (blue text – usually at the top or to the right) to take you to the course page. From there you can see course information and can access the eLearning module. When you have completed your course and the evaluation feedback, you will be able to access your certificate and useful resources.


 This is an Elearning course.

 This course should take around 60 minutes.

For more information, or if you don't have an account, please contact communitysafety.training@derbyshire.gov.uk

If you would prefer a classroom course - please search for 'Workshop to Raise Awareness of Prevent (WRAP)'. You can sign up online to book your place.

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Prevent (Counter Terrorism) Webinar (Virtual Classroom)

This free 1.5 hour webinar takes key elements from the Workshop To Raise Awareness of Prevent (WRAP) Training.  It is designed for frontline Derbyshire practitioners, who work in communities or work with vulnerable individuals, and have little or no knowledge about Prevent. 

A pre-recorded version of the webinar is also available for people who find it difficult to access a live webinar session. Details can be found on the course page.

This training is specifically aimed at staff from the following organisations:

  • Derbyshire County Council
  • district and borough councils
  • elected members
  • early years providers, including nurseries and childminders
  • schools - heads, deputy heads, DSLs and key pastoral staff may find it useful to attend a live webinar. Other school staff and governors should access the pre-recorded webinar or complete the Prevent (Counter Terrorism) eLearning
  • further and higher education establishments
  • pupil referral units
  • police
  • prisons
  • probation services
  • youth offending services
  • health
  • social care

It will help you learn more about the Statutory Prevent Duty, understand risk and threat nationally and locally, spot the signs of radicalisation and know how to share your concerns in Derbyshire.

If you have a Derbyshire Learning Online account, click on the course title hyperlink (blue text – usually at the top or to the right) to take you to the course page. From there you can see course information, webinar dates, latest availability and can book your place online. 

We are limiting numbers to 45 attendees per session - booking is essential.

For more information, or if you do not have an account, please contact communitysafety.training@derbyshire.gov.uk

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When you have completed this module you will have a clear understanding of private fostering

  • What it is
  • What your legal obligations are
  • What the obligations are of the local authority

You will be able to inform service users about private fostering.

You will know what to do when private fostering arrangements have been identified.

You will understand what happens when the council has been notified of private fostering arrangements.

 This is an e-Learning course

 The course should take 30 minutes.

Other Users

Find out some progression routes for many of the subjects we deliver.

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Employeesgrowing tomatos for highways workers
 

To increase participants confidence, knowledge and skills regarding effective record keeping.  To identify the key principles of effective documentation and record keeping in relation to your role

 Explain the importance of recording

  • Demonstrate an understanding of accurate recording
  • Explain the importance of record keeping for children and young people
  • Understand how record keeping supports work with children and young people
  • Demonstrate understanding of the legal framework for record keeping
  • Demonstrate awareness of local guidance, policies and procedures related to record keeping
  • Consider the differences between fact and opinion
  • Develop good practice in recording with reference to the principles of plain language
  • Reflect on current practice in recording skills

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For Derbyshire County Council Childrens Managers only.

The purpose of this procedure is to set out the councils approach to ensuring it is effectively resourced to meet service delivery needs.
Employees Other Users

Designed for apprentices and study programme learners. Works best from a computer or tablet.

Expect to spend about an hour on this module.

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Ride on Roller assessment

This course is for those who are required to operate a ride on roller as part of their work,

The assessment will be carried out by a HCTA accredited assessor and on successful completion the candidate will be registered with the Equipment operators Registration Scheme (EORS) and receive a registration card.

  
 

 Must have a Working knowledge of EHA/Single assessment and child plans.


Aims

• Practitioners will have a working understanding and ability to recognise and deal with neglect
• To be able to implement the use of the Graded Care Profile to inform decision making

  
  
 

Serious Case Review Conference

Employees

This course is for novices and experienced candidates who require either training or familiarisation on a sit on roller.

Employees Schools Other Users

Smoking Awareness

This module is suitable for anyone who smokes or anyone who is thinking of quitting smoking.  The module looks at the health effects of smoking, why people smoke and the benefits of quitting.  The module also offers support and advice to help people kick the habit.

This is an Elearning course.

This course should take around 15 to 20 minutes.




 

This module is suitable for managers and employees.  The module is designed to give an overview of stress awareness at work, explains what is stress, how it is expressed both physically and psychologically and it explores various coping strategies.

 e-Learning

This module should take approximately 30 minutes to complete.


 

Managers and workers will understand the Stronger Families Safer Children model and values; how they can be put into practice and ways in which they will influence their approach to practice

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Substance Misuse and Community Safety Webinar (Virtual Classroom)

This free 2 hour webinar takes key elements from the Substance Misuse and Community Safety Classroom Training. You will explore what substance misuse is, its effects on community safety and support available for people within Derbyshire.  

This webinar is open to anyone from any agency in Derbyshire wishing to learn more about substance misuse in a community safety setting, related impacts and vulnerabilities and how to refer in to local services.

There is some pre-work for you to do before you attend a live webinar.

Please note: This course is not a basic 'drugs or alcohol awareness' course. If you want to learn more about drug types and their effects, visit Talk to Frank  for information or Alcohol Advice Training for courses in Derbyshire. You may also find it helpful to complete the 'Criminal Exploitation and County Lines' eLearning module before attending this course.

If you have a Derbyshire Learning Online account, click on the course title hyperlink (blue text – usually at the top or to the right) to take you to the course page. From there you can see course information, webinar dates, latest availability and can book your place online. 

We are limiting numbers to 30 attendees per session - booking is essential.

For more information, or if you do not have an account, please contact communitysafety.training@derbyshire.gov.uk

 

Prerequisite - Please bring with you a basic genogram of a current case in which there are elements of self-harm, anxiety or other mental health symptoms. You will need knowledge of the current concerns for the young person’s emotional well-being. Basic knowledge of systemic practice is desirable but not essential.

There are also two handout you will need to bring with you these can be found on the course page once you enrol onto the training. 

 

  • To use systemic & narrative approaches to explore what work might be helpful with young people and their families open to social care with mental health needs which are not being currently met by CAMHS
  • Help workers to feel more equipped and confident in how to assess and work with families to prevent re-referrals to Social Care and to make meaningful referrals to appropriate services.
  • Provides a space for reflection on anxiety and self-harm issues
For more information please contact jackie.mee@derbyshire.gov.uk 

 

To increase participants confidence, knowledge and skills when working with young people who are accessing sexually offensive imagery


  • Understand what is meant by pornography/sexually offensive imagery
  • Explore your own attitudes and values

  • Understand the law in relation to young people and pornography

  • Examine the impact of pornography on young people

  • Explore activities and resources available to help discuss pornography with young people


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Resources and information about the DACAES TaMPADA Project: Tracking and Monitoring the Effectiveness of Adult Education for Disadvantaged Learners

information

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Temporary Traffic Management Basic Course

For all persons starting work for the first time in the temporary traffic management industry, and for those persons that do not hold any current NHSS12A/B/C/D registration cards or certificates

  
Employees Other Users

Everything you need to know about Derbyshire Adult Community Education Service - this course is under development


  
 This 55 minute briefing is intended for all children service staff who support children and families


  • Understand the approach of Think Family in the current context
  • Understand the impact on children from family environments, ACEs and the nature of risk in children’s lives
  • To focus on interfamilial abuse considering its invisibility and how we can do better to identify
  • Review key ways of working that will help practitioners maximise the capacity to support the family and minimise the negative impacts on children.


 

This free event will explore the learning from the Adverse
Childhood Experiences study and more recent work looking at
trauma and resilience.


Keynote Speakers:

Dr Anna Lund, Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist

Fiona Holiday, Connection Works - including introduction to and
screening of the documentary ‘Resilience: The Biology of Stress
and the Science of Hope’

Heather Miller – Health and Justice Commissioning &
Transformation Regional Lead for Children & Young People

 

Traffic Management 12D M2 Centre Based Assessment

Following completion of the 12D T1/T2 training course, to obtain Full Award M2 status the learner will need to undertake a series of assessments as prescribed in the Sector Scheme Document 12D. The assessments must be completed within a two year period starting from the date of passing the training. The Upon successful completion of the prescribed assessments, the candidate will receive M2 Qualification Registration Skills ID card (via Lantra, the national awarding body). 

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Traffic Management 12D Site Assessment.

Who should attend: Anyone who has completed the NHSS 12D Module 2 Static Works on Single Carriageways training course and is looking to further their qualification to become a Registered Traffic Management Operative (RTMO

Course aims:

Demonstrate an understanding of the processes and procedures required to safely install, maintain and remove traffic management schemes on single carriageway roads, concluding in attaining full RTMO status.

3 x successful assessments are required as a minimum covering all the predetermined performance criteria as detailed in the relevant national highways sector scheme ‘logbook.

The initial assessment is completed in the ‘centre’ environment, all subsequent assessments MUST be completed in a ‘live’ site environment in accordance with the requirements of the relevant sector scheme document.

NB: There must be a minimum of 2 weeks between each assessment.

Certification: On completion all learners will be issued with a skills registration card by Lantra Awards which will be valid for 5 years.

 

To update knowledge and practice when working with Transgender young people and their families/carers

 

  • Demonstrate knowledge of the acceptable use of language regarding gender identity and trans issues

  • Differentiate between sex, gender and sexual orientation

  • Recognise what legislation exists to protect Trans people and the key implications of this

  • Demonstrate understanding of the transition process

  • Identify examples of the barriers Trans people face in society

  • Demonstrate good practice when working with Trans people

  • Identify sources of support for young people and families


 

Formerly Voice of the Child 

To enable participants to identify disclosure and act appropriately, following safeguarding using a child focussed approach.

 

  • Understand what “voice of the child” means

  • Use a variety of tools and approaches to complete this work

  • Understand why this is important


 

Vale Trailer Spreader

This course is for those who are going to tow the spreader behind their vehicle, either for sanding or spreading salt.

The course will identify the safe working procedures during operation

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