Managing Allegations Overview:
Our Managing Allegations course explores the challenges associated with allegations and complaints against those that care for children and clearly outlines the processes and procedures that should be taken. It discusses the effects on those directly involved in both the investigating team and those who have had the allegation made against them as well as challenges to those also associated. From this, the course explores the best strategies to manage and support the individuals and families involved. The course also questions how carers can minimise the likelihood of allegations through good practice.
The course is delivered over 6 hours
Our group training is offered for 3–15 attendees per trainer
What is covered:
This course will give you the skills you need to manage allegations of abuse made against staff or volunteers. It will help you understand what happens when an allegation is made and understand the impact of allegations and investigations and ensure that all those involved are appropriately supported. It will describe the legislative and regulatory framework for managing complaints and allegations and the processes of who should be informed (following local Authority and DfE guidance). We will also discuss the impact of disqualification by association. This course will also help identify the risks and vulnerabilities in foster placements.
Who is the course for?
Our managing allegations course is aimed at individuals that work closely with children and young people, including Foster Carers, Teachers, managers and supervisors in voluntary, independent and statutory organisations.
What will you achieve?
- Understand what happens when an allegation is made
- Describe the legislative and regulatory framework for managing complaints and allegations
- Follow the processes and who should be informed: following Local Authority and DfE guidance
- Identify the risks and vulnerabilities in foster placements
- Understand the impact of allegations and investigations and ensure that all those involved are appropriately supported
- Discuss the impact of disqualification by association
- Demonstrate good practice to reduce the potential for allegations
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