The Safeguarding Board for Northern Ireland (SBNI) has observed a drop in referrals about children who may have experienced harm to the PSNI and Children’s Social Services over the last three weeks. This is worrying as it may mean some children do not have the support needed in order to keep them safe.
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The Safeguarding Board for Northern Ireland (SBNI) have commissioned a two year licence with the Solihull Approach to enable professionals across Northern Ireland to complete the online ‘Understanding Trauma’ course. This is a FREE course following on from the Solihull Understanding Attachment course and will be available from November 2019 until November 2021.
On the 4 March 2020, the Safeguarding Board for Northern Ireland hosted in partnership with Queens University Belfast and Trauma Informed Oregon a seminar event on Trauma Informed Care Physical Environments: A place of physical and psychological safety.
Members of the Probation Services, Prison Services, Police Services and Justice Departments in Ireland and Northern Ireland came together on 29 November in Belfast to reiterate their support for partnership working to assist public protection throughout the island of Ireland.
LAST FEW PLACES AVAILABLE
The EITP Trauma Informed Practice Project in partnership with the HSC Leadership Centre will deliver a train the trainer programme for the Level One ACE Awareness and Level Two Trauma Sensitive Approaches to Practice training. Programme Dates are now available for 2020!
Who is suitable to attend the programme?
Participants who attend this programme are required to ensure that they have;
This event is now closed.
The Safeguarding Board for Northern Ireland (SBNI) is working with its twenty seven member agencies and associate agencies to build a trauma informed workforce across Northern Ireland.
As part of Baby Loss Awareness Week, detectives from our Public Protection Branch share their experiences of and explain their role in attending the sudden death of an infant.
Through the EITP Trauma Informed Practice Project we continue to roll out the Level One ACE Awareness Sessions and Level Two Developing Trauma Sensitive Approaches to Practice Training Sessions across health, social care, justice, education, housing, local government, the sports sector and community and voluntary sector. We have a busy few months of awareness sessions coming up. See below if you would like to join one of the session dates.
What to expect:
The Safeguarding Board for NI continue to deliver the ACE Awarness and Trauma Informed Practice Training across Northern Ireland through the EITP Trauma Informed Practice Professional Development Project.
Are you a trainer/lecturer in HSC Trusts or FE Colleges? Have you signed up for ACE training on 20 August?