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The council is reviewing its approach to the way it charges for social care, and it would like to find out your group’s views so that they can be taken into account before the council decides whether to make any changes.
The Safeguarding Children Partnership Executive Board will oversee what is done by the safeguarding partner organisations, selected relevant agencies and other organisations and agencies to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and young people and to fulfil their responsibilities as set out in the Safeguarding Children Executive Board Local Arrangements Plan and the Memorandum of Understanding.
This includes duties set out In Working Together to Safeguard Children 2018 and Section 11 of the Children Act 2004.
The Runaway and Missing from Home and Care Protocol (RMHCP), sets out how young people who go missing or run away will be safeguarded and monitored. Children who decide to run away are often unhappy, vulnerable and in danger. Recent studies have also highlighted the links between missing and child sexual and criminal exploitation.
This is the entry level training course which will help you to identify signs of radicalisation and understand how to report concerns appropriately.
It offers an introduction to the Prevent duty, and explains how it aims to safeguard vulnerable people from being radicalised to supporting terrorism or becoming terrorists themselves.
It’s been refreshed to include the recommendations from the Parsons Green review, updated information following the change in threat and attacks of 2017, and new case studies.
HMP Hull currently have an exhibition running in the Street Life Museum. Hull. “Lessons Learnt Behind Bars”
It is aimed at raising attention to some of the good work that takes place in the prison to provide prisoners with education, qualifications, and skills that will assist them to settle into a non-criminal lifestyle when they are released.
CERT have recieved funding from People’s Postcode Lottery and the Connect Fund to be able to offer advice and guidance to social enterprises in the Humber region free of charge in 2019/20
If you need a “critical friend” or just want to share your thoughts with an impartial expert, get in touch at Neil King:
Neil King on 01652 240554 or email@example.com
They can’t undertake to deliver projects on your behalf but they can help to guide you and your organisation.
CERT staff are all Sfedi qualified business counsellors with 15-20 years of practical experience of developing, managing and expanding a wide range of social businesses. their services are used by many of the leading enterprises in the area.
If for any reason they are not able to help you they will happily refer you to other organisations who are better placed.
Th Flourish Group official launch of the ‘Sylvester Cologne’ film trailer! Far
Following the news this week that romance scams have increased considerably see following: