7 minute briefings
What are 7-Minute Briefings?
7-minute briefs in Warrington provide information in a concise way to aid learning. They include information on;
- Learning from Child Safeguarding Practice Reviews (CSPR’s)
- Learning from Safeguarding Adult Reviews (SARs)
- Learning from Audits
- Learning from Table top reviews
- New policies, procedure or guidance
- A spotlight on key issues as a reminder for practice
Why 7 minutes?
7-Minute Briefings are based on research which suggests that seven minutes is an ideal time span in which to concentrate and learn. Learning for 7 minutes is manageable in most services and often more memorable as it is necessarily brief.
Why not discuss one in supervision or your next team meeting?
If you have suggestions for future briefings, please email Warrington Safeguarding Partnerships email@example.com
The briefings can be downloaded below; plain text versions of 7-Minute Briefings are also available.
Briefings are multi-agency and all-age (where possible). Below you will find a variety of 7-Minute Briefings focussing on a number of different topics.
The Role of the WSP
WSP ABE Interviews
WSP Complex Abuse
WSP Contextual Safeguarding
WSP E Safety – Omegle
WSP Finding of Fact
WSP Information Sharing
WSP JTAI – Mental Health
WSP Perplexing Presentation (FII)
WSP Practice To Shout About (Jake)
WSP Practice to Shout About (The Jan Family)
WSP Private Fostering
WSP Professional Challenge and Escalation
WSP Professional Curiosity
WSP Record Keeping
WSP The Role of an Approved Mental Health Professional (AMHP)
WSP The role of the LADO
WSP Street Triage
WSP Trauma Informed Practice
WSP Working with families WE find hard to engage
The Role of the WSAB
WSAB Advocacy Best Practice
WSAB Carers Trust The Triangle of Care
WSAB Information Sharing
WSAB PIP Application Process
WSAB Professional Challenge and Escalation
WSAB Professional Curiosity
WSAB Record Keeping
WSAB Restrictive Practice
WSAB SBARD Communication Technique
WSAB Street Triage
WSAB The Role of an Approved Mental Health Professional (AMHP)
WSAB Trauma Informed Practice