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Advanced Safeguarding for Designated Staff (London)

Andrew Hall, Success In Schools Ltd.

Tuesday, 15 November 2016 from 10:00 to 16:00 (GMT)

Advanced Safeguarding for Designated Staff (London)

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Advanced Safeguarding Workshop

Specialist Safeguarding Consultant, Andrew Hall explains how his ‘Advanced Safeguarding Workshop for Designated Leads’ helps school develop outstanding safeguarding to keep all children and young people safe from harm.

Ever felt that too much safeguarding training is ‘death by PowerPoint’?

Ever wanted to ask how others have solved their safeguarding challenges?

Starting to feel overwhelmed by the amount of new guidance there is?

After thirty years as a teacher and headteacher, I now help schools do all they can to keep their pupils safe from harm. This Advanced Safeguarding workshop for Designated Safeguarding Leads is an ideal opportunity to find out about the latest guidance, collaborate with colleagues and identify priorities for action.

Safeguarding in schools and colleges is the only consultancy and training work I do – so I make it my business to keep my ear to the ground and share the latest issues with you.

There are only ten places available for this workshop to ensure that you have a personalised experience and opportunities to ask questions.

Every one attending the workshop will take away a copy of my 105-page Safeguarding Handbook and a CD full of documents to ready to adapt for your school.

Absolutely no ‘Death by PowerPoint’

Workshop Content

  • Latest Ofsted Inspecting Safeguarding Guidance
  • What Outstanding Safeguarding Looks Like
  • How to create an effective referral and recording system
  • What to do when your referral doesn’t meet threshold
  • Learning from the latest Serious Case Reviews
  • Deeper understanding of Neglect
  • Child Sexual Exploitation
  • Why students get involved in sexting and what to do about it

What other teachers say

"Excellent resources, well-paced training which meets individual needs and school improvement." R.Juna, Headteacher, Riverside Primary School

"Andrew has great presentation skills. He is really informative and can work well with a large group of leaders." Miki Sambrich, Head of Campus, Charlton Park Academy

"Andrew's experience is second-to-none and his ability to convey this excellent. a really outstanding training session." Mary, Student Services Manager, Cox Green School

"Vast experience and knowledge. The ability to deliver a difficult subject in a professional manner." Katie, Behaviour Specialist, Manor Green School


How to book

1. Book online by clicking 'Order Now' button at the top of the page.

2. Call Kate on 01223 929269

3. Email us at office@successinschools.co.uk

Do you have questions about Advanced Safeguarding for Designated Staff (London)? Contact Andrew Hall, Success In Schools Ltd.

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The Hallam Conference Centre
44 Hallam Street
W1W 6JJ London
United Kingdom

Tuesday, 15 November 2016 from 10:00 to 16:00 (GMT)


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Andrew Hall, Success In Schools Ltd.

Andrew Hall is an education consultant specialising in safeguarding and child protection. Andrew has extensive headship experience in special schools for students of all ages with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties. Andrew runs engaging workshops for staff of all levels in schools and colleges. Contact Andrew Hall on 01223 929269 or email office@safeguardinginschools.co.uk to arrange training or consultancy at your school or college.

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