Do you want to help shape safeguarding practice?
The Salford Safeguarding Children Board (SSCB) set up a Practitioner Forum in January 2013 to help develop a workforce that is solution focused, involved and encouraged to develop new ideas. It is the hope of the Salford Safeguarding Children Partnership (SSCP) that the quality of safeguarding practice can be improved by having practitioners communicate, via the Practitioner Forum, with strategic members of the partnership.
The Practitioner Forum is to help ensure your experiences and suggestions for improvement are fed back to the SSCP for action.
Each Practitioner Forum focuses on a different theme based on SSCP priority areas, emerging issues and practitioner requirements.
Practitioners don't need to book in advance. You can just turn up on the day.
For further information please contact the SSCP Training Coordinator Sharn Begum.
Practitioner Forum Co-Chair Wanted
We are currently looking to appoint a Co-Chair for the SSCP Practitioner Forum.
Are you interested in:
- Enabling networking and developing inter-agency working?
- Developing a workforce that is solution focused, involved and encouraged to develop new ideas to improve quality of practice around safeguarding?
- Developing and embedding a clear system for communicating with practitioners and managers at all levels within multi-agency settings?
- Supporting the SSCP as appropriate, on any action required to improve safeguarding standards in Salford?
If you are interested in this position and would like to find out more please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 0161 603 4351.
Previous Practitioner Forums
|12 September 2018||No Recourse to Public Funds / Asylum Seeker and Refugee Families||
10 am -12:30pm
The Broughton Hub, Rigby Street, Salford, M7 4BQ
Presentation - No Recourse to Public Funds
Presentation - Supporting Asylum Seeking and Refugee Children
|15 February 20||Worried about a Child- The Bridge Partnership||
Broughton Hub, Rigby Street, Salford, M7 4BQ
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