Safeguarding

Seeking human trafficking and modern-day slavery expert to develop, pilot and evaluate comprehensive multi-disciplinary modern-day slavery awareness training (Intercollegiate document level 1)

The overall objective of this project is to develop, pilot and evaluate comprehensive multi-disciplinary modern-day slavery awareness training (Intercollegiate document level 1) to meet the needs of frontline and ancillary professionals working in key agencies e.g. health, social care, police etc. The training materials will support professionals to achieve the…

Seeking a Safeguarding expert to undertake an analysis of Safeguarding Adult Reviews (SARs) since the Care Act 2014

LondonADASS on behalf of the London Safeguarding Adult Board are seeking a Safeguarding expert to undertake an analysis of London Safeguarding Adult Reviews (SARs) undertaken since the Care Act and to identify common themes and lessons that have implications beyond the local system. The key deliverables include: Undertake and complete an analysis of…

Seeking a Making Safeguarding Personal (MSP) expert to undertake coaching interviews with the MSP lead in 7 London based local authorities

LondonADASS on behalf of the London Safeguarding Adult Board are seeking an MSP expert to undertake one hour coaching interviews (temperature checks) with the MSP lead nominated by the relevant DASS in each of the remaining 7 local authorities in London (not included within the national MSP temperature check report published July 2016),…

Social care for older people with multiple long term conditions quality standard (QS132) has been published on the NICE website

NICE are pleased to announce that the social care for older people with multiple long term conditions quality standard (QS132) has been published on the NICE website today. You can view the quality standard by following this link: https://www.nice.org.uk/guidance/qs132 A summary of the consultation comments, prepared by the NICE quality standards…

The European Commission has published a new call for proposals for projects that promote and protect the rights of the child by building capacity of professionals in child protection systems.

The European Commission has published a new call for proposals for projects that promote and protect the rights of the child by building capacity of professionals in child protection systems.

The projects can be aimed at following target groups: Target group A: Capacity-building for practitioners/professionals working with or for children in alternative care or detention Target group B: Capacity-building for lawyers representing children in criminal, administrative and civil justice Target group C: Capacity-building for legal and other practitioners such as…

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