A Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) network is now available for the Early Years PVCI sector

The PVCI DSL Network is free to attend and overseen by the Nottingham City Safeguarding Children Board.

The aims of the network are to;

  • Develop and enhance safeguarding practises and processes across the Early Years sector
  • Improve communication between the Early Years  sector and the Safeguarding Children Board
  • Provide support to DSL’S in their role as a DSL  

To download presentations from previous networks and to access resources to share; and support your team go to: DSL RESOURCES

 DATES FOR YOUR DIARIES:

Network Day Date Time Venue Book your place 
  1:30pm - 4:00pm


Colwick Racecourse




Book

 

Spring 2018 Tues 13th February
Summer 2018 Wed 16th May 

 Please note change of venue Autumn onwards 

 

DSL TRAINING

We are repeating: Signs of Safety (SOS)

The Signs of Safety (SOS) model is about building on strengths and safety already present within families to create resilience and encourage families to find their own solutions to what’s happening in their lives. Safety and wellbeing is not created in services but within families homes.  SOS IS a strengths based, safety –organised approach to child protection work. It expands the investigation of risk to encompass strengths and signs of safety to make an overall judgement about safety using a safety and well-being scale of 0 -10. 

SOS: 1 day workshop

Thursday 

 14th June 2018

9:30am – 4.30pm

NNSTC

 

Book

1 free place is available to DSLs (1 per setting), Terms and conditions apply

FREE PREVENT Briefing: October 2017

Please also note other Safeguarding training available on our PVCI Main Safeguarding page 

For any queries relating to the DSL network please contact Karen Shead Safeguarding Co-ordinator (0115) 8764725

Karen.shead@nottinghamcity.gov.uk