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Child Protection Simulations

The child protection simulation (serious game) concept offers a safe new medium to explore and reflect upon child protection assessment. It offers professionals, at all stages of their careers, a unique way to evaluate child protection situations. The links below will take you to more specific information on each simulation and how you can purchase a package or book training:

 

Rosie 1 generated discussion on different ways people have in managing situations - good to share ideas/tools”.
Social worker

 

Triggers reflective thinking. Rosie 1 made me consider the practice of those I work with”
Senior Practitioner

 

‘It [Rosie 2] is a useful tool, engaging, more than a typical case study’.
Health visitor

 

“..We had Ofsted in …last week.  Zak was observed in a 6th form lesson and Ofsted gave feedback that they thought the lesson content was excellent.” 
Kent school teacher 10/3/2014

 

"The Centre has created the most useful training and awareness raising materials I have seen in many years"
Director, Lucy Faithfull Foundation

 

"...engaged in such learning in a unique way which made such a significant impact, lasting impression and difference to their practice and the protection of the young people in their care..."
Director, Residential Children's Home

 

 

 

 

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Last Updated: 07/11/2017