How can you tell which individuals pose the most significant risk to children? Accurately identifying and interpreting risky behaviours is the key to successful risk assessment and offender management.
Grounded in practical application for frontline safeguarding, this course trains participants in how to acquire and analyse the relevant information and then how to accurately report the risk.
Topics covered include:
- What is risk?
- How to recognise risky behaviours & what to do next
- Critical facts about risk assessment
- Specialist risk assessment tools to take away and how to use them
- Interview protocol for identifying risk factors
- Clinical risk assessment skills
- Use of polygraph
- Overview of static & dynamic risk factors
- Management in the community
This course is essential for all those who work with children, have a safeguarding responsibility and want to develop a culture of safety within their organisation. It provides core knowledge and skills for those who work either directly or indirectly with offenders and their families. It is particularly relevant to offender managers, social workers, and public protection officers. By the end of the course, participants are able to:
- Identify critical facts about risk assessment
- Recognise risky behaviours and know what to do next
- Understand specialist risk assessment tools
- Comprehend issues related to the implementation of approaches to clinical risk assessment
- Understand the benefits of polygraph
- Better understand the key issues related to managing sex offenders risk in the community
- Ask the right questions to facilitate a more accurate evaluation of risk
Date: 10th and 11th December 2018 (two-day course)
Location: Clonmel, Co. Tipperary, Ireland
*Limited spaces available
Reviews of this Course
The course was extremely relevant to my role; content and learning is something I will apply daily in my job.
A lot of complex information delivered expertly.
Well delivered, interactive training. I particularly appreciated how the trainer related this to his own clinical experience and the way the training was broken down.
Really insightful and informative, what was most helpful was the perspective on assessing risks and the different components of this.