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UK Youth and Starbucks Coffee Company are delighted to announce the launch of its 2016 Starbucks Youth Action programme. 

 

Are you working with young people aged 16 - 24 who are not in education or employment?  Would you like to support them to run a social action programme with funding of up to £1000, with an additional contribution for youth workers' support time?  Then we would like to invite you to apply to Starbucks Youth Action!

 

What's it all about?

 

We are looking for projects that provide a positive benefit to the local community and that look to enhance young people's employability and leadership skills.


To support young people through their project, they will be given access to a specially designed app which can be download in order to keep track of their project milestones and achievements.  

 

What's in it for us?

 

 All workers supporting young people will receive a copy of our employability toolkit to run through employment ready sessions and the QCF Unit Leadership pack, which will provide activities and recording documents for the young person to complete to gain their QCF unit in Leadership. In addition young people will have access to job and apprenticeship vacancies within the Starbucks Coffee Chain.

 

Sounds great, how do we apply? 

To apply, two young people need to lead the project and engage a further 50 young people throughout the course of the project.  The young people will need to be aged between 16 and 24 and need to have a youth worker / training organisation able to support them throughout the project.
 

The programme is primarily focused on young people not in education or employment although strong applications from other applicants will be considered.

 

This is a rolling programme until March 2016.  Applications will open on the 7th July, with the first round of funding being considered on 3rd August and monthly from thereon.

 

If you would like more information please contact Becky.

 

 


Welcome to the Lincolnshire Safeguarding Children Board Bulletin.

In This Bulletin:

  • New Lincolnshire Safeguarding Children Board website goes live
  • Joint Board Domestic Abuse Event in Lincoln For Operational Staff
  • How to Print Certificates and how to get help with your Learner Record

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New LSCB Webpage Now Live

The new Lincolnshire Safeguarding Children Board webpage is now live for staff to access. The new address is:

www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/lscb

This site has the most up to date news on safeguarding issues in Lincolnshire.

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How To Print Your Certificates and Other Help

To print off your certificate the first time please follow these steps:
 
Log in to your Children's e-Academy Learner Record. To the right of the course title will be an orange box that says Evaluation. To the right of this will be an orange and blue arrow. Click on the arrow to complete the evaluation.
 
When you have finished you will be taken back to the Dashboard (first page that appears when you log in)
Click on the Completed Learning tab.
 
To the right of the course title will be two icons: a yellow and blue arrow and a black printer icon.
Click on the printer icon  to be taken to the print screen and follow the instructions to print of your certificate. If you have printed before the printer icon may appear greyed out but it can still be clicked.

Certificates can be printed out as many times as is needed and will always be available through your Learner Record.

For additional guidance on how to get the most out of your Learner Record there are guides under the Resource link at the bottom right of the screen when you are logged in and also at
 http://vc-resources.co.uk/

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How To Register

All staff requiring access to LSCB training and e-learning will need a log in to their Learner Record. Here's how:

New Users: Go to
http://lincolnshirescb.safeguardingchildrenea.co.uk/Default.aspx and follow the on screen instructions.
Please do not re-register as duplicate Learner Records cannot be merged. If you are unsure if you have a Learner Record please contact lscb_training@lincolnshire.gov.uk with as much detail as possible so the team can locate any previous Learner Records.

Current Users: Go to https://safeguardingchildren.vc-tms.co.uk/ orwww.vctms.co.uk and put in your log in details. Once on the Dashboard click on the Requested Learning tab and then click Course Request to be taken to a list of courses. Courses with the provider Lincolnshire Safeguarding Children Board are face to face courses. Courses with VC-CPD are e-learning courses.

Any queries or difficulties logging in? Please contact
lscb_training@lincolnshire.gov.uk

Unless otherwise stated courses are free of charge to LSCB member agencies, Safeguarding Children Board constituent agencies and voluntary organisations from Lincolnshire. There will be a charge for all other agencies and organisations including Private/For Profit Organisations, Academy, Fee Paying and Independent Schools. 
Charges are as follows:
Face to Face Training - £175 per day per person, £95 per half day per person. Invoiced once attendance has been confirmed.
e-Learning - £30 per license. Invoiced once course has been requested and approved.
If e-Learning courses are a pre-requisite then the cost will be added to the final face to face training total.

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Managing Risk Online

To enable delegates to identify risks and risk taking behaviour online, and how to enable children and young people to manage this.

· Identify risks present to children and young people online by their own, or others, behaviour
· Demonstrate an awareness of the techniques used by individuals online which may place children and young people at risk of harm
· Determine appropriate methods for children, young people and parents to manage online risk

23 September 2015  Lincoln
12 November 2015 - Grantham


For details on how to request any LSCB Training courses please see the 'How To Register' Article.

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Joint Domestic Abuse Event - 29 September 2015


The day is intended to launch the Joint Domestic Abuse Protocol which has been developed through the collaboration of all 3 Boards. 
The event is designed to educate, inspire and continually improve Lincolnshire's response to safeguarding all the community from Domestic Abuse.
 
The speakers, presentations and learning activities are targeted at Operational Staff only, aiming to enhance their understanding and management of all factors present in Domestic Abuse cases. The all-day event includes expert input from researchers, survivors of Domestic Abuse, the Forced Marriage Unit and speakers who are experts in these fields
 
Spaces are limited, and we would like to offer a maximum of 5 spaces to your organisation and ask that you identify members of Operational Staff who would benefit from the event.  The aim is to reach out directly to operational workers who are coming face to face with victims and perpetrators of abuse. The event is free and lunch is provided, however, there is an expectation that all delegates remain for the full  day, and non attendance will be charged back to your organisation at £100 per person.
 
Please return the attached form to Lisa Tomlinson (
Lisa.Tomlinson@lincolnshire.gov.uk) with the details of the practitioners you wish to nominate for this event. Nominations do not equal a guaranteed place. Places on the event will be confirmed shortly.
 

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Safer Workforce

This one day training course aims to ensure that agencies have safer recruitment procedures and safe workforce practices in place which will safeguard and promote the welfare of children.
Target Audience:
Senior Managers with responsibility for recruitment and staff management and Human Resource Managers in organisations who work with children; Those with strategic safeguarding children responsibilities

17 June 2015 - Sleaford
20 October 2015 - Lincoln
07 December 2015 - Sleaford

 

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Lead Professional Role in Promoting a Child Centered Approach

The course examines communication skills when working alongside children and their families within the safeguarding continuum, the challenges of multi-agency working and chairing meetings within this arena.

23 September 2015 - Sleaford
12 October 2015 - Spalding
19 October 2015 - Lincoln
08 February 2016 - Gainsborough
10 February 2016 - Skegness


Pre-Requisites - Staff must have attended the Inter Agency Safeguarding Children & Young People 2 Day

For details on how to request any LSCB Training courses please see the 'How To Register' Article.

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PREVENT

PREVENT is a key strand of the Government’s counter-terrorism strategy, CONTEST.

Its main objective is to stop people becoming terrorists or supporting violent extremism. It’s essential to know that PREVENT operates in the NON-CRIMINAL space. This means individuals who are referred to Prevent, are supported to move away from terrorism, rather than being criminalised. This multi-agency process is called ‘Channel’.

PREVENT is a multi-agency strategy and not solely a Police initiative. It is important everyone works together to disrupt those who promote violent extremism and identify people who are vulnerable to being recruited by terrorists, so the police and other agencies can offer them support.

For further information, please visit the Lincolnshire Police Website.

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