Initial Child Protection Conference (ICPC) preparation training for DSLs

Initial Child Protection Conference (ICPC) preparation training for DSLs

An Initial Child Protection Conference (ICPC) must be convened when concerns of significant harm are substantiated and the child is judged to be suffering, or likely to suffer, significant harm.

This course is designed to help staff new to the DSL and Deputy DSL roles prepare for attendance at an Initial Child Protection Conference (ICPC).

What is covered in this course?

  • The purpose of an ICPC
  • Initial Assessment and Section 47 Enquiries
  • The role of the Independent Reviewing Officer (IRO)
  • Representation at the ICPC
  • Preparing and collating information
  • The ICPC meeting format
  • ICPC outcomes

All staff undertaking the role of DSL or Deputy DSL.

The Admin dashboard

Our system requires no complicated setup. From the Admin Dashboard simply copy and send an invitation email to your staff with the login details for your school or academy. Once your staff commence training, all progress, results and CPD certificates are presented in the Admin Dashboard as evidence of training.

The Training site

Staff complete a course via any PC, Mac, Smartphone or Tablet. Each course is made up of an engaging multimedia presentation created using 3D animation, comprehensive course notes and a fully tracked multiple-choice assessment. On completion, staff can view and print their CPD accredited certificate.

All courses are kept up-to-date with any changes in legislation or policy ensuring practice in your school or academy is compliant with current requirements.

Time to complete course

Approximately 40 minutes

Course Video duration

31 minutes

CPD points

  • Provides a training audit trail to evidence compliance with statutory requirements on inspection
  • Stores CPD certificates for future access
  • Fully CPD accredited

Includes access to selected Safeguarding Webinars.

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