Child Protection Awareness One Day Course
Formally Safeguarding Children Level 1: One Day Course 10am - 3.30pm.
Working Together to Safeguard Children 2023 & Keeping Children Safe in Education (2023) Updated
This Course can also be run within your organisation for your staff group at a reduced cost contact us for a quote or if you have any other questions about this course talk to an adviser now online.
Everyone shares responsibility for safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, irrespective of individual roles.
Working Together to Safeguard Children (2023) places a duty on all employers to ensure that their staff are competent and confident in carrying out their responsibilities for safeguarding and promoting children’s and young people’s welfare; the roles and functions of agencies; who does what in protecting children; good practice in working with parents.
This one-day courses which aims to give staff the tools to identify / recognise child abuse and what action to take. It will also teach knowledge and recognition of signs and indicators of abuse; how to refer to your designated person.
It is important for anyone who works in childcare settings to recognise the importance of working in a co-ordinated manner in relation to Child Protection issues. There is now a requirement for all staff working with Children & Young People must undertake this training every 3 years.
This course is aimed at those who work with children in a variety of settings including schools, youth programmes, family support centres, community groups etc. The course aims to enhance awareness and encourage good practice.
This course will help participants to: -
· Complexities of Child Protection
· What is child abuse.
· Identifying Abuse.
· Recognising signs, symptoms and indicators.
· Identifying behavioural changes.
· Legislation and guidance.
· What to do and where to get help if you suspect child abuse.
· What happens when there is disclosure?
· Sounding the Alarm.
Who is the safeguarding course for?
· Staff and volunteers who work with children and young people in:
· Sports teams
· Alternative education providers
· Youth centres
· Family support venues
· Community groups
· Leisure centres
· All other environments where adults have a duty of care to young people.
Please contact us to discuss this course.