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Published: Wednesday, 5 January 2022

New learning opportunities for professionals via virtual seminar sessions hosted by TWSP.

TWSP have been working hard to extend and vary the amount of training on offer to professionals. Through joint working with our partners we have been holding free seminars focussing on different topics. Please see below for details of the next planned safeguarding seminars planned for 2022.


Pressure Ulcers - 11th April 10am - 11.30am (via Teams)

International Stop Pressure Ulcer Day was held in November with the aim to highlight the importance of preventing pressure ulcers as well as intervening promptly to any risks or signs of the development of pressure damage.  Telford and Wrekin Safeguarding Partnership are delighted to announce their commitment to this action by hosting an online seminar to cover this important area.   There will be 2 presentations from Jodie Jordan, Tissue Viability Service Lead for Shropshire Community Health NHS Trust and Rachel Jones, Deputy Designated Adult Safeguarding Professional for NHS Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin Clinical Commissioning Group.   The seminar will allow opportunity for open discussion and ensure that your knowledge and practice has the key elements to provide optimum care, to apply the Safeguarding Adults Protocol and to identify any areas of further development.

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Family Safeguarding Model – 17th February 10- 11.30am (via Teams)

The Family Safeguarding Model is a strengths-based approach which looks to support parents to make positive changes to family life when they are referred to children’s services. It aims to keep families together, with bespoke and tailored packages of support around domestic violence, mental health and substance misuse. The Family Safeguarding Model is a pioneering approach to providing help for families in need. By bringing together children's social care professionals with specialists in adult mental health, domestic abuse and substance misuse we will provide tailored wrap around support for parents. This seminar will be delivered by Darren Knibbs, Strategic Lead, Telford and Wrekin Council and Emma Martin, SDM Family Connect, Telford and Wrekin Council and will provide further detail on the model itself and how it has progressed since its launch in June 2021, along with information on the Threshold of Needs.

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Safeguarding Adults – Developing A Positive Safeguarding Culture - 31st March 2022 1:30 – 3:00pm (via Zoom)

Telford and Wrekin Safeguarding Partnership are hosting an Adult Safeguarding session addressing ‘Developing A Positive Safeguarding Culture’ facilitated by Karen Littleford, Safeguarding Adults Lead, Shropshire Partners in Care.  

Developing a Positive Safeguarding Culture

This short webinar will consider developing the notion of developing a positive safeguarding culture, by the end of the session you will be able to:

  • State the key components of a ‘positive safeguarding culture’  
  • Describe what is outlined in good practice guidance
  • Outline how recruitment practice contributes to a positive culture
  • Explain the importance of embedding key safeguarding and other principles
  • Identify how can we make sure that everyone in an organisation has a role in developing this culture

Event: Safeguarding Adults – Developing A Positive Safeguarding Culture      

Date:  31st March 2022     

Time: 1:30 – 3:00pm (1.5 hours) (please join the session 15 minutes before the start time to check your equipment works).

Aim: To consider how to develop a ‘positive safeguarding culture’ and what this might involve.   

Platform: Zoom

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To book on to any of the above sessions please email the Partnerships Team at partnerships@telford.gov.uk and we shall send an invite along with joining instructions. Please also visit our Training page which contains details of other training available and helpful links to webinars and previously recorded seminars.