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Aimed at newly appointed Designated Safeguarding Leads or those wishing to revisit the foundations of their role and responsibilities

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DSL safeguarding training delivered by experienced safeguarding practitioners. These interactive sessions will be conducted online in small groups, allowing you the opportunity to ask questions, effectively learn at your own pace and adhere to DfE and KCSIE Guidance.

Course description

Aimed at newly appointed Safeguarding Leads or those wishing to re-visit the foundations of the role. We will equip you with practical everyday skills to confidently protect children, take appropriate action, and accurately record your responses to concerns. You will demonstrate an awareness of the emotional element of safeguarding and identify additional measures your own establishment can take to strengthen its safeguarding culture.

Key features

  • Interactive ‘live’ online sessions with a wide range of activities and tools for practical application
  • Comprises three 75 minute modules leading to final assessment and certificate of achievement
  • Delivered by experienced and highly qualified safeguarding practitioners using real-life scenarios

Key benefits

  • Easy online access to high quality CPD accredited* courses that ensure compliance with the statutory DfE guidance and KCSIE**
  • Provides you with the skills and confidence to undertake all aspects of your role as a DSL
  • Enables you to develop and improve your safeguarding practice and keep children safe more effectively

Details

Course title: Safeguarding Children in England - a practical approach

Duration: 3 bitesize x 75 minute modules

Available start dates:

1st July 2021

  • please contact us for other dates in the future

Suitable for: Currently suitable for Education Professionals in England

Cost: Group sessions £245 + VAT per person/ For individual or bespoke sessions please enquire safeguarding@myconcern.co.uk or 0330 660 0757 (select option 3 for Training)

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This course comprises of 3 x 75 minute modules, which takes place over a 3 week period the dates are:

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1st July, 12:30pm - 1:45pm - Module 1

8th July, 12:30pm - 1:45pm - Module 2

15th July, 12:30pm - 1:45pm - Module 3

If these dates do not meet your requirements and you are interested in a specially tailored or private group session please contact us on safeguarding@myconcern.co.uk and we can provide a quote.


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Course aim

To gain the knowledge, skills, and practical approaches to report, manage and refer safeguarding concerns appropriately. To confidently and efficiently protect the children you work with.

Course objectives

MODULE ONE

1.) Identify key legislation and guidance underpinning safeguarding children in England

2.) Describe the role of the Safeguarding Lead

3.) Explain the categories, signs and indicators of abuse and neglect

MODULE TWO

1.) Define the impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) on behaviour and development

2.) Describe Contextual Safeguarding and other types of harm that may affect children

3.) Identify the barriers preventing a disclosure and factors that make children more vulnerable to neglect

4.) Demonstrate the skills required to effectively listen to, report and manage a disclosure

MODULE THREE

1.) Understand the importance of good recording and sharing information in relation to safeguarding concerns and allegations

2.) Demonstrate good working practices between your establishment and statutory agencies

3.) Explain your organisational safeguarding policies and identify any steps your own organisation can take to strengthen the safeguarding arrangements

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