NSCP Hidden Men Level 3

Recent research has identified that too often, even if unwittingly, services enable men to be absent and do not maximise opportunities to identify and respond to the vulnerabilities and risks that some men can present. Our Hidden Men course is now offered over one day via MS Teams.  You need to be able to attend both the morning & afternoon session if you book onto this course. The course aims to look at both national & local issues relating to engaging with men, specifically  looking at issues from practice, blocks and difficulties and practical skills development. This event is for practitioners who work directly with children and families . 

Book your place on Hidden Men Level 3 today

Aims:

  • To facilitate discussion and address concerns about engaging with men in safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children
  • To consider lessons from practice and research relating to ‘hidden’ men
  • To acknowledge values and context around issues of gender and fatherhood
  • To consider the significance of men’s roles in safeguarding children
  • To develop practical ways of effectively engaging with men

Target Audience:

For all practitioners who work directly with children and families.

Course Charges:

Please note as from April 1st 2020 we have implemented a new revised charging policy which may affect some organisations who do not contribute financially to the Partnership. E.g. Schools, District & Borough Councils , Fire & Rescue service. For more details please see our charging table on our training page of our website.

Reminder:  Please be aware we have reintroduced our non- attendance charge so, if you find you are no longer able to attend we do require 24 hours notice.  Please log into your account and remove yourself from the event.  The charge will be £20.00 whilst we are still working virtually.

Trainers:

This course is delivered by Ruth Pearson (who has delivered other courses for the NSCP such as Neglect & Decision Making & Disguised Compliance). She has 25 years’ experience in the field of child protection, originally as a practicing social worker and subsequently as a Senior Practitioner in Child Protection. Ruth brings the training alive with many examples of practice linking in with her extensive experience.

22 March 2022 9.30 - 15.30

Training Course date: Tuesday, March 22, 2022

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