After an extremely successful event last year, we are delighted to announce that SaFest – Devon’s Virtual Safeguarding Festival – will be back for a second year and will take place during the week of 22-26 November 2021.
Throughout this week, Devon Children and Families Partnership (DCFP) will be hosting SaFest 2021 online. The SaFest working group are pleased to announce that they have brought together an exciting range of key note speakers and workshop facilitators from a range of organisations and services, who either work with young people and adolescents or work in organisations that inform and influence best practice. All of the events that take place during SaFest week are free and can be accessed and enjoyed at the click of a mouse!
To view all events running throughout the week and biographies of all the presenters, please see the timetable of all SaFest 2021 events and workshops.
If you’d like to attend any of the sessions, please fill out the booking form to reserve your place.
Online Learning (e-learning and videos)
The following courses and videos are available on the Devon Learning Pool (DEL). If you have a DEL account, book a place on the training as normal. If you don’t have a DEL account, please complete the sign up form below. Please note that completing this form doesn’t automatically mean you will be allocated a place on the course; you will receive an email confirming that you’ve been given a place.
If you work in areas within Torbay or Plymouth only, it is recommended that you attend their Safeguarding respective partnership training instead. Please see the Plymouth Safeguarding Children Partnership website or the Torbay Safeguarding Children Partnership website for more details.
- Group 2 Core – Responding to Allegations and Role of the LADO
- Group 2 Core – Multi-Agency Safeguarding & Child Protection
- Adverse Childhood Experiences e-Learning
- An Introduction to Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) Animation
- Autism – Top Tips on How to Support Autistic Young People
- Awareness and Using the Mental Capacity Act – Level 1 (Video)
- Child victims of modern slavery
- Children’s Act 1989
- Coercive Control and Domestic Abuse
- County Lines Exploitation session
- Developmental Language Disorder (DLD)
- Female Genital Mutilation
- Helping Adults Respond to Children Disclosing Abuse Video
- How safe children feel on the streets
- Identify, diversity and recording; how it links together
- Local Authority Designated Officer (LADO)
- Mind Your Words
- NSPCC Podcasts
- Online Radicalisation
- Opening Doors: Trauma Informed Practice for the Workforce (Video)
- Prevent Essentials Basic Awareness Raising
- Prevent Duty – Channel Awareness e-learning module
- Psychological First Aid Training Course – FutureLearn
- Reframe the Blame – Child Exploitation Webinars
- Restorative Practice
- SEN 100 project – Module 1: Cognition and Learning
- Sowing Seeds: Trauma Informed practice for anyone working with children or young people
- Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) – Module 1
- Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) – Module 2
- Spot the Signs of Child Criminal Exploitation
- Stages of Child Criminal Exploitation (Video)
- Suicide Prevention Training Video
- Supporting Victims of Domestic Violence
- Tackling Modern Slavery in Public Sector Supply Chains
- Talking Change Podcast – Child Criminal Exploitation and County Lines
- Those who don’t cruise rarely bruise – bruising on babies (Video)
- Understanding Autism
- Unlock the voices of children with additional needs (Video)
- Early Help: Right For Children – 1.1 Getting an account and logging on (Video)
- Early Help: Right for Children – 1.2 Starting a new case
- Early Help: Right for Children – 1.3 Adding family members
- Early Help: Right for Children – 1.4 Consent
- Early Help: Right for Children – 1.5 How to set the primary address
- Early Help: Right for Children – 1.6 Add TAF members
- Early Help: Right for Children – 2.0 Starting an Early Help Assessment
- Early Help: Right for Children – 2.1 Completing an Early Help Assessment
- Early Help: Right for Children – 2.2 Reviewing and pulling through an assessment
- Early Help: Right for Children – 3.0 Plan and review
- Early Help: Right for Children – 4.0 Right for Children Quality Assurance
Training Events Calendar
Only complete the following information if don’t already have a DEL account.
Please note, if you are not a Partner, your organisation will be charged £5 for the DEL licence fee to enable you to access the e-learning and video resources.