PLEASE CONTACT Sarah Herron on 0151 443 3859 if you would like to book a place..
Title: Brook Traffic Light Tool Training
Time: 13:30 – 16:30
Venue: The Youthy (view full address)
Street: Woolfall Heath Avenue
PostCode: L36 3YE
Directions: This Youth Club is situated next door to the River Alt Resource Centre. Car Park available. See link below for map: https://www.google.co.uk/maps/place/Woolfall+Heath+Ave,+Liverpool,+Merseyside+L36+3YEfirstname.lastname@example.org,-2.8505279,17z/data=!4m2!3m1!1s0x487b1f22fe935147:0x62184d7be9dc2665
Details: Brook Sexual Behaviours Traffic Light Tool Kit Training
The Sexual Behaviours Traffic Light Tool is an innovative resource that has been developed by Brook and funded by the Department for Education. The tool is an essential guide for all professionals because it helps them to identify, assess and respond appropriately to children and young people’s presenting sexual behaviours.
The traffic light methodology clarifies the levels of concern as; • Green where there is no concern, • Amber where the concern needs to be explored further • Red where the concern needs to be addressed by activating safeguarding policy and procedures. The overall aim of the tool is to support professionals across different agencies to work to the same criteria, using a unified approach when making decisions to support and safeguard children and young people. The tool uses a ‘traffic light’ system to: • Categorise sexual behaviours, • Increase understanding of healthy sexual development • Distinguish this from harmful behaviour and plan next steps The intended learning outcomes are to: • Gain knowledge about children, young people, sexual behaviours and the law • Understand how to use the Safeguarding Sexual Behaviours Traffic Light Tool Kit • Be able to assess a safeguarding concern and secure support
Venue: The Youthy, Woolfall Heath Avenue, Huyton, Merseyside, L36 3YE. Places can only be booked via the KSCB Training Booking Portal; you can access this at the following link: https://kscbtraining.knowsley.gov.uk/ For further enquiries please contact 0151 443 3859