Physical Abuse in Children (previously the 'Bruising Lite Bite')
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This training is classed as a ‘Lite Bite’ and so attendance is free of charge to all agencies. Non-attendance and late-cancellation charges still apply.
Target Audience: Health Visitors, School Nurses, Social workers, Assistant Team Managers, Team Managers, Nursery Nurses, Child Care Workers, Children Centre Staff, Teachers, Police Officers, CAIU, Youth workers, Allied Health professionals, GPs
Aim of the Course: To enable the multi-agency team to recognise and respond to physical abuse in children.
- To embed the practice of using the HSCB pathways for physical abuse
- To raise awareness of Serious Case Reviews involving physical abuse of children
- To broaden knowledge around assessment of bruising in small children
- To enable professionals to effectively respond and refer for children where physical abuse is suspected.
Please see the 'Download Course Materials' link where, under the 'Pre-course' section, you will be able to access all the pre-reading materials and download the PREPARATION WORKSHEET.
Please note – The documents for download are useful reading and tools for you and we recommend that you read these as part of your forward learning around Physical abuse in children.
There are also tools to help you with reflection of your own practice. Please download the PREPARATION WORKSHEET. It will be helpful for your learning and reflection to complete the WORKSHEET prior to attending the training.
Please also download and bring ‘Assessment of marks in babies under 6 months’
Booking has now closed for this event.
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