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Benefits of providing face to face training courses

Read 6 great reasons for providing face to face training

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Benefits of in-house training

There are many benefits of in-house training from Ringway Training, here are just a few....

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Happy holidays from Ringway Training

Everyone at Ringway Training would like to say a huge thank you to all of our wonderful customers. We truly appreciate that you have chosen us to provide you with training for your organization and we hope that our commitment to quality has continued to shine through.

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The Benefits of Investing in the Skills and Confidence of Managers and Team Leaders

Effective management and team leading is essential in the provision of services which provide support to children and young people. This is a special skill, a craft and an art form which needs to be nurtured through time and experience. We believe that managers and team leaders need training opportunity to discuss their own management and team leading styles, learn about the theories of management, different team dynamics and motivating ways to promote positive team leadership.

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Dealing with Incidences when a Child Goes Missing from Care

When a child or young person goes missing from care it can be a distressing and upsetting time for everybody involved including family, friends and support teams. There are many different reasons why a young person may go missing from care and their level of vulnerability means that they can be at a higher risk of exploitation, abuse and becoming involved in crininalised activities.

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GDPR in Social Care

You can’t turn at the moment without hearing about GDPR, but there is a temptation to think it mainly applies to tech businesses, email marketing and social media but social care business and organisations may be surprised by how much data they actually handle – and often sensitive data.

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Radicalisation and the Impact on Children and Young People

Safeguarding children is essential and support teams need to know all they can about how best to do this. But safeguarding is a broad term and, for the most vulnerable young people, many other safeguards may be required including protection and awareness of radicalisation.

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The role of recruitment and selection in safeguarding, the new 2015 children's homes regulations and the importance of getting it right...exactly right!

Effective and well planned recruitment and selection is an essential way of ensuring that the right people are employed in the right post role and are able to meet the job specification set out by an employer.

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The growing popularity of autism training which is especially designed for individual services and teams

Ringway Training will be in Kent next week (7th to 10th September) delivering our series of training courses which promotes the diversity of autism and gives teams ideas for providing support.

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Safeguarding everybody…the rewards and challenges of supporting looked after children and young people and protecting support teams

Providing support to children who are being looked after can be a very rewarding experience and to know that you have played a part in their development is very satisfying, but at the same time of course, there are many challenges.

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