Secondary Safeguarding and Child Protection

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A Refresher in Safeguarding and Child Protection

Course overview

This half day course provides a refresher for safeguarding and child protection, including the categories of abuse and how to recognise the signs and indicators of abuse. It will cover the relevant legislation and guidance and the role of hackney children social care.

Course objectives

  • To refresh awareness of and an ability to act on concerns about the safety and welfare of children and young people in line with current legislation.
  • To refresh awareness of national and local procedures to be followed in safeguarding children, including the ways in which information is shared across professional boundaries and recorded appropriately.
  • To revisit guidelines for good and safe practice, keeping professional boundaries, dealing with allegations against staff and whistle blowing.

Who should attend?

All school staff working with children and young people.

  • Target audience:
  • Primary
  • Secondary
  • Included in package:
  • Primary
  • Secondary

£177.60

(incl. VAT)

An Introduction to Safeguarding and Child Protection

Course overview

This half day course provides participants with an overview of safeguarding and child protection, including the categories of abuse and how to recognise the signs and indicators of abuse. It will cover the relevant legislation and guidance and the role of hackney children social care.

Course objectives

  • To develop an awareness of and an ability to act on concerns about the safety and welfare of children and young people in line with current legislation.
  • To develop awareness of national and local procedures to be followed in safeguarding children, including the ways in which information is shared across professional boundaries and recorded appropriately.
  • To be aware of guidelines for good and safe practice, keeping professional boundaries, dealing with allegations against staff and whistle blowing.

Who should attend?

All school staff working with children and young people.

 

  • Target audience:
  • Primary
  • Secondary
  • Included in package:
  • Primary
  • Secondary

£177.60

(incl. VAT)

Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) Training

Course overview

This course looks at the role and responsibilities of the designated safeguarding lead and provides in depth knowledge of safeguarding and child protection. It will cover the relevant legislation and guidance and the role of hackney children social care. Participants will be aware of how to handle a disclosure, making a referral, how to prepare for Ofsted and procedures for dealing with allegations against staff.

Course objectives

  • To develop an understanding of the roles and responsibilities of a DSL.
  • To develop an awareness of and an ability to act on concerns about the safety and welfare of children and young people in line with current legislation.
  • To develop awareness of national and local procedures to be followed in safeguarding children, including the ways in which information is shared across professional boundaries and recorded appropriately.
  • To be aware of the importance of ensuring that the school’s policies are known by all staff and used appropriately, and to identify concerns early and provide help for children to prevent concerns from escalating.
  • To be aware of guidelines for good and safe practice, keeping professional boundaries, dealing with allegations against staff and whistle blowing.

Course pre-requisites

Participants should be the in the role, or intending to undertake the role, of the designated safeguarding lead for the school or their deputy. Participants should have previously attended the introduction to safeguarding training or equivalent.

Who should attend?

Newly appointed designated safeguarding leads (DSL) or DSL deputies in schools.

  • Target audience:
  • Primary
  • Secondary

£0.00

(incl. VAT)

Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) Training - Refresher

Course overview

This course provides a refresher in terms of safeguarding and child protection and the role of the DSL. Participants will revisit safe working practice and the importance of record keeping, how to prepare for Ofsted and a reminder of the procedures for dealing with allegations against staff.

Course objectives

  • To refresh awareness of the roles and responsibilities of a DSL.
  • To refresh awareness of and an ability to act on concerns about the safety and welfare of children and young people in line with current legislation.
  • To refresh awareness  of the importance of ensuring that the school’s policies are known by all staff and used appropriately, and to identify concerns early and provide help for children to prevent concerns from escalating.
  • To refresh awareness of national and local procedures to be followed in safeguarding children, including the ways in which information is shared across professional boundaries and recorded appropriately.
  • To revisit guidelines for good and safe practice, keeping professional boundaries, dealing with allegations against staff and whistle blowing.

Course pre-requisites

Participants should have previously attended the designated safeguarding lead training or equivalent.

Who should attend?

Designated safeguarding leads (DSL) or DSL deputies in schools who have attended previous DSL training. This refresher training should be undertaken every two years.

 

  • Target audience:
  • Primary
  • Secondary

£0.00

(incl. VAT)