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Serious Incidents

There’s a duty on providers to notify Ofsted of serious incidents, but when is serious “serious”?

Our bite-size session explores the regulation, draws on experience and additional clarifications, and follows the process through from incident to evidencing the learning required for good practice in difficult times.

the trainer

Michelle Nicholson has a 20-year career in Children’s Residential Services working with Children and has previously set up a children’s home after working in long term secure home, a first of it’s kind as a transitional children’s home for young people to move to following their time in a secure children’s home. Michelle has extensive experience of managing inspections and registering homes with Ofsted, with experience in policy writing, management of staff, delivering training and extensive safeguarding knowledge. She also has experience of supporting young people at significant risk of CSE and CCE. Michelle has a history of building strong multiagency care teams to ensure that young people have their needs met and are safe and advocates for young people at every opportunity in supporting them to have their voice heard.

venue

This 1-hour bitesize training will be running online via zoom

booking and dates

This one-hour bitesize training is being delivered online for FREE on 30th September 10am-11pm

Reg40 serious incident reporting - 30th September

Register to attend a FREE one hour bite size training session on regulation 40 serious incident reporting

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